The City of Seattle wants to hear from residents about their use of technology, preferences in receiving information from the City and how they engage with their local government and community. Take the survey in English or Spanish at seattle.gov/tech/indicator2013.htm before April 19. (Encuesta de Televisor, Computadora e Internet e comunicación con grupos comunitarios o administración municipal – Para los residentes de Seattle)
The Technology Indicators Survey covers:
• Cable TV customer satisfaction,
• How you want to give your opinion or get info from the city
• Social media preferences,
• Cell phones usage,
• Concerns about cost or security
• High-speed Internet services
Help us also connect with non-internet users. We encourage Internet users to help others complete the survey. For those without a computer at home, the City offers public access to computers at libraries, Neighborhood Service Centers and some community centers. Visit www.seattle.gov/tech/freeaccess.htm or call 206-684-0600 for more information.
Answers from this survey will help shape the City’s strategic and engagement efforts regarding cable re-franchising, the City’s web site, Seattle Channel and public outreach.
The online survey results will add to a random telephone phone survey currently underway and a series of focus groups in multiple languages. The City expects to publish comprehensive survey results this summer. Past results have been used in decisions about the Technology Matching Fund grant program, and in outreach for neighborhood planning, utility assistance and health education programs.
Encuesta de Televisor, Computadora e Internet – Para los residentes de Seattle