The City of Brighton has launched The National Community Survey (NCS) through Polco NRC (National Research Center) to get resident input on a wide range of community issues ranging from crime and safety and employment opportunities to overall quality of life. Residents are encouraged to take the community survey to help provide feedback to plan for Brighton's future. The National Community Survey allows Brighton to compare results and benchmark residents’ opinions against other communities across the country. The survey includes questions about quality of life, important characteristics of community, services provided by the City, and priorities for the future.
In June, 3,000 randomly-selected households will receive surveys in the mail asking them to participate, and their responses will be weighted and analyzed for the survey results.
Between July 20 - August 3, all Brighton residents can participate in the community survey by completing the online survey. Responses will remain anonymous and personal information will be securely stored by Polco. Click below to provide your input: