Pasco County Launches 2020 Online Citizen Survey

PASCO COUNTY, FL. – After a brief pause for the pandemic, Pasco County is conducting its annual Citizen Survey through Friday, November 6, 2020.  We need your input to help shape the future of Pasco County as we focus on fostering thriving, resilient communities and opportunities for our residents and visitors alike.  Click HERE to take the 2020 Citizen Survey today.

The Citizen Survey, first launched in 2009, is conducted every year to collect feedback on a variety of topics related to the future of Pasco County, including:


*Parks & Libraries

*Emergency Services



*Importance/Quality of Services

Pasco County receives thousands of responses to the Online Citizen Survey each year, which is intended to help the Pasco Board of County Commissioners with planning discussions and decision-making.

“We’ve adapted in the face of unprecedented challenges to serve you in innovative new ways during 2020,” said Organizational Performance Management Director Dr. Marc Bellas. “Your feedback is a critical component to learn what matters most as we work to develop future programs and places that ensure a bright future for Pasco County.”

You can take the short survey through November 6 in one of the following ways:

*On Pasco County’s homepage:  Just click on the survey link.

*On the MyPasco App, by clicking on the Citizen Survey button.

*On the Pasco County Facebook or Twitter pages.

*Click directly on the survey link:

Results from previous Citizen Surveys are available here:

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