2016 Coon Rapids Survey Results

2016 Coon Rapids Survey Results
The City of Coon Rapids selected the National Research Center to conduct the City's 2016 Citizen Survey. The National Citizen survey is used as a tool to measure a community's quality of life including residents' thoughts and opinions on community characteristics, city services and community engagement. The survey is based on three pillars: Community Characteristics, Governance and Participation.

The survey was mailed to 1,500 randomly-selected Coon Rapids households in fall 2016. A total of 412 responses were collected (28% response rate, which is considered normal). The level of confidence for the resident sample is 95% with a 5% margin of error.

For more information about the survey, or if you have questions, contact Maria Carillo-Perez, Assistant to the City Manager at 763-767-6450 or by email.