As the county enters a new year, Gloucester County is interested in receiving citizen input as its board of supervisors begins to prioritize strategic initiatives for 2023 and beyond.
The survey, which only takes a minute or two to complete, asks residents to rank a set of nine priorities from what is most important to least important to them. The survey also provides an opportunity for respondents to list additional priorities that may not already be included in the survey.
“We hope to use this data to present to the board of supervisors during its annual retreat later this month,” said County Administrator Carol Steele. “Ultimately, we would like the board to have a first-hand look into the priorities that are near and dear to the hearts of our citizens.”
The survey asks participants to rank priorities such as maintaining the rural character of Gloucester, address housing needs, maintaining/enhancing infrastructure, and more. To participate in the survey, visit Gloucester C...
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