This fall, Heart of the City Neighborhoods wants to hear from the residents of our community! To do so we’ll be reaching out to each one of you in your mailboxes and on your computer screens. HOCN will begin outlining our 2016-2020 Strategic Plan this winter. To help our organization prepare for this thoughtful planning, HOCN will be initiating our 2014 Community Feedback Survey. These five minute surveys will ask residents in our community their opinions about the development of HOCN’s services within the community, their satisfaction w ith services, and what particular services are needed.
Our Community Feedback Survey was last executed in a small focus area in 2010. This year, we’ll be looking for responses from households in the entire 14201 zip code.
Whether you rent or own your home, your opinion matters to us and will help shape the future of affordable housing programing in the community!
How can you participate? There’s three ways!
1.Fill out the survey you receive in the mail during the last week of October!
We’ll be mailing surveys to households in our service area- so watch for it in the mail, and then simply return it to our office by leaving it in our drop box on our front door, or call our office to schedule a convenient pick-up by our staff!
2.Take our survey online!
You can give your feedback at a time that’s most convenient for you by
visiting us online at www.surveymonkey.com/s/hocncommunityfeedback
It only takes 5 minutes, and helps us save paper!
3. Stop by our office and take the survey in person!
Our office at 251 Virginia Street is open Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm on the corner of Virginia and Tenth Streets. We’d love to have you take 5 minutes out of your day to fill out your survey in person, providing us with essential feedback.
Should you have any questions about our Community Feedback Survey or would like to volunteer to help collect surveys from your neighbors, do not hesitate to contact Jenn at our office at (716) 882-7661 ext.202 or email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you, neighbors!