By Staff Reports
(Victorville) – The City of Victorville is seeking input from the community and has launched an online community needs assessment survey at www.victorvillerec.com. Individuals who complete the survey will be entered to win a prize. Survey responses must be received no later than Oct. 15.
The survey entitled, “Your Opinion Counts,” was developed to learn what individuals think about Victorville parks, recreational programs, facilities, and more. The public will be able to express ideas about new programs and facilities and voice concerns about existing infrastructure.
“I implore everyone to complete this needs assessment so you can be a part of building a stronger Victorville,” says Victorville Mayor, Gloria Garcia. “Your input is vital to ensuring we plan effectively for our future and provide programs and services that are meaningful and beneficial to our community.”
To take the survey, go to www.victorvillerec.com and click on the “Your Opinion Counts” link. One survey per household can be submitted, and all completed entries will be automatically entered for an opportunity prize drawing.
Individuals who do not have a computer are invited to use computers at the Victorville City Library or take the survey the Fall Festival, Oct. 1 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visit the “Your Opinion Counts” booth at the event.
Prizes will be drawn during the Victorville Community Yard Sale at Hook Community Center on Saturday, Oct. 15.
For more information about the community needs assessment survey, contact Hook Community Center at (760) 245-5551.