Every two years, the City of Manhattan conducts a community survey from a sample of households to seek feedback regarding satisfaction of services and support for future projects. In 2019, the City conducted its third community survey from March 18 through April 22. The survey was emailed to 5,348 households across the city, and 1,000 postcards were mailed to random sample of addresses, both including the survey link and unique password. The 2019 community survey received a 22% response rate. View the interactive 2019 Community Survey Report below. A full screen option is available in the bottom right corner of the interactive report.
In 2017, surveys were mailed to a random set of 2,500 households within Manhattan City limits. Selected respondents had the option of taking the survey online or mailing back a paper copy of the survey.
The final report can be accessed below, summarizing the major findings of the survey, which received a 24.2% response rate.
In 2015, the City of Manhattan conducted its first Community Survey. Approximately 2,000 households received the survey by mail. The official report summarizes the major findings from the survey, which had a 22.8% response rate.
To reach a greater number of residents in 2015, and further understand the quality of life for City of Manhattan residents, an online community survey was provided to an additional 3,664 residents via email through the utility billing department.