Community Survey

In late 2014, the City of Brighton asked residents to participate in The National Citizen Survey™. The survey was designed to provide a baseline of how the city government is serving residents, to gauge perceptions of Brighton and to make comparisons with peer cities. The survey included questions about quality of life in the community, local policies, demographics, rating of local government services and resident use of services.
 
As part of its participation in The National Citizen Survey™, the City of Brighton conducted a mailed survey of
1,200 residents. Surveys were mailed to randomly selected households in October 2014 and data were collected
through November 2014. After the official data collection period was over and the data were reported (see the
report, The National Citizen Survey: Community Livability Report, Brighton, CO, 2014), the City made available
a web-based survey to its residents through a link on the City’s website. Visitors to the site were able to complete
the survey during November and December 2014 and 515 surveys were received.

The City of Brighton is pleased to make the results available. For questions or comments regarding the results, please e-mail communications@brightonco.gov.
 
 
 City of Brighton Press Release - February 2015
  National Citizen Survey: Community Livability Report
 National Citizen Survey: Dashboard Summary of Findings
 National Citizen Survey: Comparisons by Geographic Subgroups
 National Citizen Survey: Technical Appendices
 National Citizen Survey: Web Results