CITY OF LAKELAND SEEKS CITIZEN INPUT
LAKELAND VALUES SURVEY AND COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS
LAKELAND, FL (January 30, 2014) - The City of Lakeland is seeking input from Citizens on values and priorities of the community with an online survey at www.lakelandvalues.com.
Visit lakelandvalues.com and spend 5-10 minutes of your time in taking the survey. Citizen opinion is very important and the City is going to use the information gathered from the survey to help with City of Lakeland strategic and budgeting initiatives. The survey is available online now through Feb 24th.
Two Workshops are currently scheduled. The Workshops are intended to receive further input from the Community regarding City services. The first Workshop will be held on February 19th from 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. at the Tiger Town Administrative Building (formerly the Jaycee Building) with a continental breakfast being served. Call 834-SWAN to RSVP as seating is limited. A second Workshop is being held on February 20th beginning at 6:00 p.m. The Community can participate in one of three ways; in person at City Hall Commission Chambers; online via webcast by logging on to www.lakelandvalues.com and following the prompts; or by viewing the event on LGN. Please note that an electronic device (Smart Phones, ipads or laptops) is required to participate. A limited amount of electronic devices will be available at the City Hall Commission Chambers for those attending in person who do not have an electronic device. Both Workshops will be Facilitated by Dr. Lawrence Ross.
Please take the time to participate in the online survey. Citizen input will help plan for Lakeland’s future. Those that participate in the Community Values Survey or Workshops are eligible to win one of many prizes, including a golf package at Cleveland Heights, Tickets to a Lakeland Center event, or Kelly Recreation Complex/Gandy Pool passes. Visit www.lakelandvalues.com or call 834-SWAN for more information.