Santa Rosa County Quality of Life survey results

What is the story in Santa Rosa County? You can expect to learn a lot about its residents and what they are thinking by attending next week’s CivicCon speaker event.

Quint Studer shares the first-ever Santa Rosa County Quality of Life survey results at a CivicCon event from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Monday, April 18, in Milton.

CivicCon Quality of Life Santa Rosa County Survey Results

The event will be in the County Commission Chambers at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Building, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, FL.

The survey is in the same format and conducted by the same polling company as the Escambia County annual Quality of Life survey — Mason Dixon Polling in Washington, DC. The Escambia County survey has been done annually since 2008.ADVERTISEMENT

The polling firm conducts these Quality of Life Surveys in many cities and counties across the country. It says the results are an indicator of what issues the community ranks as important as well as answering a key question: “Generally, do you think that our community is heading in the right direction, or are things on the wrong track?”

You can RSVP on Eventbrite to attend the free event in person at this LINK.

If you are unable to attend in person Monday evening, you can view the event via livestream on your laptop or phone by going to the Pensacola News Journal Facebook page or to its website at pnj.com.

The Escambia County Quality of Life 2021 survey results were presented at a CivicCon event in January. You can view it HERE.

About CivicCon

CivicCon is a partnership of the News Journal an the Studer Community Institute to make our community a better place to live, grow, work and invest through smart planning and civic conversations.

POSTED BY Admin | Apr, 13, 2022 |
TAGS : Santa Rosa County

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