North Bend online survey seeks data on garbage, infrastructure, satisfaction

The city of North Bend is seeking citizen input through an online survey on garbage and recycling collection, police services and city communications.  Each of these issues will be considered by the city council in future meetings.

The nine-question survey brings up possible changes to garbage and recycling pickup, and whether residents would be willing to pay more for specific changes. It also questions residents about police services satisfaction, and their feelings about contracting for police services with the city of Snoqualmie.

City staff report a fantastic initial response to the survey when it was highlighted in the city's recent newsletter, but they want to hear from more community members.

If you haven't yet taken the survey, you can find it on the main page of the city's website: Click the ONLINE SURVEY link to open the survey page. After each question, respondents must click the "Vote" button, then click the browser "Back" button to return to the survey page and answer another question.

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