Providence mayor launches community satisfaction survey

This is a photo of Providence City Hall. (WLNE)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — A community satisfaction survey was launched by the Mayor of Providence Wednesday for residents, business owners, and community members to share their satisfaction with city services.

It was launched in an attempt to improve the local quality-of-life and ensure that City Hall is “meeting the needs of the community.”

“We can build a better, stronger Providence by making City Hall a center of high-quality services, innovative solutions and easily accessible resources,” Mayor Brett Smiley said. “This survey is an important first step that will help us understand what services are the most used and focus in on the areas that need improvement.”

The survey can be filled out digitally and can be translated into Spanish, Portuguese, French, Mandarin, Khmer, and Arabic.

The survey will be available on the City of Providence website until March 15.

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