ONALASKA, Wis. (WKBT) - The City of Onalaska is encouraging residents to complete and return the 2014 Community Survey.
The city mailed the Survey to all city residents in the first week of April to give people the chance to rank services available in the city and city government and highlight important issues which may arise in the next twenty years.
"Any feedback for how we can continue to make Onalaska a great place to live and work is important and we want to hear it," said Katie Meyer, Planner/Zoning Inspector for the City of Onalaska.
More than one member of the household can fill out the Survey.
Residents can either complete the Survey online (at www.cityofonalaska.com), mail it to City of Onalaska, 2014 Community Survey, 415 Main Street, Onalaska, WI 54650. Or residents can drop it off at any of these locations: City Hall, 415 Main Street; City Payment Drop Box at City Hall; Onalaska Public Library, 741 Oak Ave South; or at the Onalaska Tourism Office, 1101 Main Street.
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