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Public Safety survey open

 

Last updated 5/24/2022 at 10:34pm | View PDF

Karin Hill

Funding for Fountain Police and Fire Departments is the subject of a new survey.

Fountain has launched a Public Safety Funding Survey regarding possible new funding for the city's Police and Fire/EMS Departments.

"We appreciate everyone in our city that takes the time to complete the survey; we really want to hear from as many citizens as we can," Mayor Sharon Thompson said. "If you've already taken it, I'd encourage you to share the survey link with your neighbors and friends in Fountain."

More than 500 surveys have been completed already, and officials hope to grow that number to get a good scientific result on which to base future decisions on the topic of public safety funding.

There are several ways for Fountain voters and residents to participate in the survey:

• Visiting http://www.fountaincolorado.org/residents/publicsafetysurvey.

Karin Hill

A Fountain police officer makes a traffic stop on Fountain Mesa Road. The city is conducting a survey of residents about possible new funding options for Fountain's public safety operations. Visit fountaincolorado.org to take the survey.

• Some voters and residents may have received a text message on their cell phones or electronic devices on the first day of the survey, May 18, inviting them to participate in the survey. The text should have the City of Fountain logo at the top.

• Voters can find a link to the survey on the City of Fountain Government's official Facebook page, where a post will be pinned at the top of the page.

• Residents who have the MyFountain CO app will receive a push notification with information on how to take the survey.

• Scan the QR code shown here to go directly to the survey using a mobile device.

Survey answers are completely anonymous and confidential, and the survey will take 12 minutes to complete. If you have any questions about this survey, please contact the City Administration Department at 719-322-2020.

The survey will be open until the evening of Wednesday, June 1.

 

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