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Survey deadline extended


The Larimer County Commissioners’ Office is asking residents to participate in an online survey with a focus on the county’s future at Residents can take the survey until Dec. 4.

Because of the Cameron Peak and East Troublesome Fires, COVID-19 issues, and the recent general election, we’ve extended the deadline to give Larimer County residents more time to participate in our survey.

The results help with the development of various strategic plans, the budget, and other important services Larimer County provides citizens.  The comprehensive survey is also available in Spanish.

“The results of this survey are vitally important, and citizens can be a great help by taking the survey. It tells us about our performance providing county services to residents, and also tells us what they think is important from county government, as well as areas where we can improve,” said Larimer County Public Affairs Director Michelle Bird.  “County leaders will use this feedback to plan for the future.”

The 10-15-minute survey consists of questions in several areas, including:

  • Satisfaction with human and economic health services.
  • Satisfaction with public records and information services.
  • Satisfaction with public safety services.
  • Community needs.
  • Ratings of community planning, infrastructure, and resources.
  • Views on Guiding Principles.
  • Communication, and community needs.

Results will be presented to the Board of County Commissioners during a public meeting during the final week of June. Results will also be available to the public on the County’s website on the survey page at

The survey is being conducted by The Center for Research & Public Policy, Inc., a full-service consulting firm specializing in market and social research, and public opinion polling.   Your responses are strictly confidential. Your name, email address, or contact information will never be associated with any of your responses.  Once your completed survey arrives, CRPP immediately disassociates any contact information from the respective completed survey.

Contact information is then removed from their systems.  ONLY composite aggregate data is presented to Larimer County.  The 1974 U.S. Privacy Act prohibits survey firms from associating surveys with respondent information after promising confidentiality.

Published on: 
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 - 11:02am
Contact Details:

Michelle Bird, Public Affairs Director, [970] 498-7015,

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