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Posted on: October 11, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Everyone Has Opinion & City Interested In Hearing Yours

Community Survey 2020 NewsFlash

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO-October 11, 2022-Whether you’ve lived in Steamboat Springs for your entire life or are a recent addition to the valley, the city is interested in your opinion on several community issues through the recently released community-wide online survey. 

The new online edition is open until Wednesday, October 19 and can be accessed in English or Spanish. Each online survey is registered to a specific email and zip code ensuring one response per person. Responses remain anonymous and will be reported in group form only.

“If you weren’t part of the mailed community survey, this is your opportunity to share your thoughts and insights into the important issues in front of the community,” commented Special Projects/IGS Manager Winnie DelliQuadri. “Your voice matters and we’re interested in hearing from as many residents as possible.” 

The recently released community edition asks similar questions to the mailed survey, which sought insights on quality of life, community characteristics, housing, city services and long-term funding, recreational activities, tourism impacts, and environmental initiatives; followed by demographic questions.

It’s important to keep in mind that if you received one of the mailed community surveys, please complete and return it immediately. As in previous survey years, the mailed version was sent to 2,000 randomly selected households. At this point, the city has seen a roughly 26% response rate but wants to hear from as many of the two thousand residents as possible. 

“The information received from these two surveys is vital to understanding the community’s values and vision for the future,” continued DelliQuadri. “A small amount of your time will pay huge dividends for the community, but you have to act quickly as there is a limited window to share your views.” 

The two surveys will be tabulated separately to keep the statistically valid compilation of information accurate. These surveys provide a snapshot on what the community thinks is going well, what can be improved and how residents believe the city should proceed forward on various matters in coming years. Results will be tabulated as well as compared to previous statistics and are expected to be released in December 2022. 


Winnie Delliquadri, Special Projects/IGS Manager, 970.871.8257 or email
Emily Hines, Communications & Marketing Coordinator, 970.871.7031 or email
Michael Lane, Communications Manager, 970.871.8220 or email

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