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2013 Yakima Citizen Survey Now Available Online

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YAKIMA, Wash. - Anyone living in Yakima can now take part in the 2013 Citizen Survey online.

In June, the City held phase one of the survey, which involved mailing surveys in English and Spanish to 3000 randomly selected homes. The deadline for returning them was July 11th, and the city expects the mail-in results to be tabulated in late July or early August.

Phase two provides a chance for anyone to take the survey online, either in English or Spanish until August 2nd.

This year's survey contains virtually the same questions as the 2012 version. Last year, survey takers were also asked three "custom" questions concerning car tab fees, potential property tax and sales tax increases, and recycling.

This year's survey has two custom questions. One is regarding which, if any, of several programs and services the City should invest in. The second asks how much citizens might be willing to pay for a City-operated recycling program.

For the link to the English version of the survey, click here.

For the link to the Spanish version of the survey, click here.

You can also find the survey in the Points of Interest section of the City's website at www.yakimawa.gov.

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