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Posted on: September 20, 2021

Business and resident surveys being sent out this week

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The City of Branson is sending out surveys this week, through the ETC Institute out of Olathe, Kansas, to a number of residents and businesses to ensure the city’s priorities continue to match the needs and desires of the community.

Not every resident and business will receive a survey as the recipients are randomly chosen. All survey responses are confidential. While the City realizes this survey takes some time to complete, every question is important. The time invested in this survey will influence many of the decisions made about the city’s future. The responses will also allow city leaders to identify and address the many opportunities and challenges facing Branson.

After the surveys are completed and the responses compiled, ETC Institute will present the results to the Board of Aldermen in a regular Board meeting. The city uses this process to mark its progress and to see if there are any areas of concern that need to be addressed. These surveys typically go out every two years. The surveys were supposed to go out in 2020 but were delayed because of COVID. You can see past survey results in the “Reports” section on the city’s website, BransonMo.Gov under “Surveys.”

If you have any questions, please call the City’s Planning and Development Department at 417-337-8546. For those who receive surveys, thank you for taking the time to better our community.

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