Broken Arrow Citizen Survey

City of Broken Arrow Seeks Public Input

By: City of Broken Arrow | Category: Special Interest | Issue: February 2024

The City of Broken Arrow is conducting a Citizen Survey and asking residents what projects and initiatives they would like to see included in the upcoming 2026 General Obligation Bond package.

The survey takes about 16 minutes to complete and is a way to gauge public feedback on the services the city is currently providing and an opportunity for residents and businesses to influence Broken Arrow's future.

Community members can respond to questions on essential topics such as Public Safety, Streets, Stormwater, and Parks and Recreation at BrokenArrowOK.Gov/CitizenSurvey. Survey participants may remain anonymous.

The Citizen Survey will be conducted with the help of Polco, an engagement and data analytics company that works with more than 400 communities across North America. The City of Broken Arrow encourages all residents to take the Citizen Survey and share feedback with the city today.

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The City of Broken Arrow

(918) 251-5311 | Fax: (918) 259-8226
220 S. First Street | Broken Arrow, OK 74012
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