As part of a national research initiative, the City of Cedar Hill is asking residents to complete a short survey on their communication with local government.
"This is a way citizens can help us plan our course through the changing sea of communication opportunities available today," said Public Relations Manager Corky Brown, "We have limited resources, so we're always searching for the most efficient and effective ways to communicate. Who can tell us better than our residents?"
The City Council's support for communication with residents reflects a commitment to ethical standards, integrity and transparency in local government.
The survey should take only a few minutes to complete and will be available until August 24. Results will be provided to the cities and counties participating in the survey.