Helena city leaders want residents’ input
Published 4:42 pm Tuesday, November 24, 2015
By GRAHAM BROOKS / Staff Writer
HELENA–The city of Helena and more specifically, leaders in the city of Helena, are looking for public input from Helena residents through an online survey.
City leaders are looking to update the city’s long range comprehensive plan and will be gathering data from a 10 question survey to help evaluate where the city of Helena thrives and where the city might need to make improvements.
Helena Mayor Mark Hall said the survey would help provide valuable input that the city can use when updating the comprehensive plan.
“We want to involve our citizens in every way possible as we look at updating the city’s comprehensive plan,” said Hall. “The survey will allow all who are interested to have input into the process. I would also encourage all who are interested to come to the public meeting as we review and finalize updates to the plan.”
The online survey will be available for roughly two weeks, and on Thursday, Dec. 3 an additional public input session will be held at Helena City Hall where the results of the survey will be discussed.
A few questions from the survey include asking residents what they think are Helena’s biggest assets and weaknesses, what are the biggest challenges for the future, and what would you like to see happen in Helena during the next 10 years, among others.
Those wishing to participate in the online survey can do so by visiting Surveymonkey.com/r/Helena2015.