Recent Mixed Topic Survey Results & Reports
For past results and reports including quarterly research reports visit Results & Reports.
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The City of Edmonton is committed to involving the people affected by the decisions it makes. We seek diverse opinions, experiences and information so that a wide spectrum of information is available to decision makers.
Engaging with the public is a priority for the City of Edmonton. City Council and City Administration believe that active, engaged Edmontonians make for a more vibrant, positive and welcoming City, while also leading to better decisions.
Public Engagement creates opportunities for people to contribute to decision making by City Council and Administration about the City's policies, programs, projects, and services, and communicates how public input is collected and used.
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Measuring Progress Survey Report - January 2016
Citizen Perception Survey Report - January 2015
311 Satisfaction Survey - November 2015
The Framework is based on the City’s Public Engagement Policy and answers the question “How does the City of Edmonton carry out public engagement?”
This is a summary of the final report on the Council Initiative on Public Engagement.
This report sets a new course for public engagement through leading practice and describes how it aligns with the City’s strategic direction, Public Engagement Policy, Procedure and Framework.
This report chronicles the activities of the Council Initiative on Public Engagement, including its background and process, as well as Phase 1 and Phase 2 findings.
Methods and contacts by which Edmontonians can engage with the City on various issues and initiatives impacting citizens.
Overview of how engagement fits into the City’s planning and development application processes.
Did you recently visit a City of Edmonton Recreation Centre or City attraction? We’d like to hear about your experience.