The city of Palm Coast is asking for residents’ input on the services it provides. The annual comprehensive citizen survey is part of the National Citizen Survey that is sent to a random group of 14,500 people.
In addition to those chosen at random, all Palm Coast residents will be able to fill out surveys online, for the first time ever.
Palm Coast’s results will be compared to more than 500 other local governments’ across the country.
Last year's survey found that most residents don't utilize bike paths, walking trails or sidewalks to traverse the city. Instead, most citizens said they preferred to drive although they rated the pedestrian assets highly.