Ontario County leadership is turning to the community for opinions about current County resources. Working in collaboration with the Partnership for Ontario County, the County has issued a community-wide survey comprised of questions aimed at gathering perceptions about the County’s human and social services programs.
Ontario County residents and those who work in the County are encouraged to complete the survey, which can be accessed in either English or Spanish.
“Our culture is one of continuous improvement – and who better to help us gain insights for improvements than the citizens who rely on our services and programs,” said Ontario County Administrator Christopher DeBolt. “We developed the survey to help us identify any gaps in resource availability, awareness, and access.”
“Ontario County offers a wide spectrum of services to the community, and our hope is that the survey will uncover any blind spots in our service offerings and how they are delivered,” said Partnership for Ontario County Executive Director Tracey Dello Stritto.
Paper versions of the survey are available at Ontario County libraries and town halls. The survey is brief and confidential. The deadline for survey submission is September 30.