The results are in, and the Town has received a lot of great feedback. Thank you to the 891 respondents who took the time to complete the survey. The Town will be going through the results over the next several months to review the suggestions, ratings, comments, and opportunities for improvement with staff and during the 2018 budget process.
Overall, the Town of Snowmass Village performed exceptionally well. This exceptional performance is evidenced by the comparisons made with the U.S., similarly sized communities, and the Mountain region. The Town of Snowmass Village also performed exceptionally well when compared to results from Pitkin County and Rifle, Colorado. Seventy-four percent (74%) of respondents indicated they feel the sense of community in Snowmass Village is “improving” (38%) or “staying the same” (36%). This is a dramatic increase of 48% in 2015, and a significant increase from 40% in 2013. Additionally, the number of respondents indicating that the sense of Community is “getting worse” has gone down significantly. When it comes to the overall feeling of safety, overall quality of life, and the overall quality of services provided by the Town, Snowmass Village performed well above the U.S. average, similarly sized community average, and the Mountain regional averages. Community leaders should be proud that they are providing exceptional services to the residents of their community and those who utilize their services. The Town of Snowmass Village outperformed the benchmarking averages in every category that was compared, this is proof of the exceptional services that the Town and its staff are providing.
You can view the results yourself by clicking on the links below:
- 2017 Summary Presentation (PDF)
- 2017 Full Report of Results (PDF)
- 2017 Cross Tabular Data Report (PDF)
The Town is pleased to report the positive feedback and high ratings we have received from previous community surveys. The summary survey reports below provide a snapshot of survey response trends, and the full reports allow readers to dig deeper into data and comments related to specific questions.