Feb
19

Sarasota County Age-Friendly Survey

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Take the Age-Friendly Survey Today!

Age-Friendly Sarasota has joined with The Florida Department of Health to conduct an online age-friendly community assessment — 25 brief questions. The reason for the county-wide survey is so Sarasota County Government can continue to support efforts to make our region a community for all ages. Chuck Henry, administrator of the Sarasota County Health Department, explains more about the survey in his blog below: https://www.agefriendlysarasota.org/blog/1-community-25-questions-the-county-wide-community-assessment.html  

SURVEY LINKS: 
     English: https://www.research.net/r/NXZ5JMK  
     Spanish: https://www.research.net/r/C7NQXYS    

A link to the survey can also be found on the Age-Friendly Sarasota home webpage:https://www.agefriendlysarasota.org under the “In The Spotlight” section.

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Apr
11

We Want You to Guide the MPO Website Redesign!

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WE NEED YOUR INPUT!

If you use the Sarasota/Manatee Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (MPO) website mympo.org, now’s your chance to HELP MAKE IT BETTER. To kick off the coming full redesign of the site, community members are being asked to take a quick survey. Questions cover how you use the site, features you would like to see and issues with the current site that you would like to see addressed. The survey is available online through April 25.

Take the 2 Mintue mympo.org Website Survey

To take the survey in person,
Visit the Sarasota/Manatee MPO Office, 7632 15th Street East, Sarasota, FL

 

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