The city of Twinsburg to Host Community Engagement Initiative to Gather Resident Feedback
TWINSBURG, OHIO – (November 30, 2020) – The City of Twinsburg is currently preparing to address a comprehensive set of issues in 2021. To further inform these important conversations, the city will conduct a community engagement initiative to hear from residents starting December 2 and spanning through December 11.
Specifically, an online survey will be available for residents to share feedback regarding various components of city services, including trash and leaf collection, as well as recreational facilities. The survey will be live on December 2 and will close on December 11. Additionally, Zoom focus groups will be conducted from December 7-11. All residents are encouraged to participate to share their opinions and future desires. Please see the city website for a detailed list of signups.
The goal of the community engagement initiative is to provide residents with an easily accessible platform to provide feedback on a wide range of key topics that need to be addressed in the coming year.
“Understanding the thoughts and opinions of our residents is critical for the future of our city,” said Mayor Ted Yates. “Council and I encourage residents to attend a focus group session or to take the online survey, providing their honest feedback to assist us in our planning efforts. This way, we can take our residents’ thoughts and concerns into careful consideration as we make future decisions.”
The community listening sessions will be facilitated by an independent third party that regularly works with area cities and municipalities on improving communication and soliciting feedback. City leadership and personnel will only attend to introduce the facilitator before leaving the meeting, allowing for free and open dialogue among residents.