Town of Truckee launches community survey to improve communication, public outreach

Submitted to the Sun

TRUCKEE, Calif. — The Town of Truckee has launched a survey that intends to improve communications efforts to foster community cohesion, greater accessibility to information, and increased, meaningful community engagement. 

It is anticipated that the survey will provide staff with information about what communication tools and social media platforms the Truckee community utilizes, and what Town of Truckee issues, programs and services they want to stay informed about.

Mayor Lindsay Romack said, “The Truckee Town Council is committed to enhancing communication and public outreach to facilitate community cohesion. We want to adapt our communication strategies to encourage greater engagement and community participation in Town decisions. Survey results will not only provide us with a more comprehensive understanding of the ways our community wants us to engage with them, but also the different community groups that we may not be reaching and how we can better serve them.”

The Town of Truckee is committed to providing open, accurate and effective communication to all community members and hopes to gain important feedback regarding public outreach opportunities.

Survey participants will be entered into a raffle for a $250 Visa gift card. The survey will be available through March 31, and can be accessed in both English and Spanish at

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