Tulsa City Services Survey Results
The Tulsa City Services Survey results show that most residents are satisfied with City Services. The 2013 citizens’ survey was used to measure how Tulsa OK residents feel about the services provided by the City of Tulsa.
The citizens’ survey results show that most people who live in Tulsa feel safer in the neighborhoods and in the Downtown Tulsa area. The improvement stems directly from better communications between local security, Tulsa police and the downtown ambassador.
Professor Ho from the University of Kansas will be helping to analyze the survey results more thoroughly so that all levels of concern, issues and priorities of Tulsa residents can be addressed properly. He has helped in the past and has agreed to help again.
The survey focused on the maintenance of city streets, the overall quality of police and fire services and traffic issues.
Findings of the Tulsa Citizens Survey
Police & Fire Services – Of those who had an opinion, eight-five percent rated police and fire services 4 or 5 on a 5 point scale. Five being the most satisfied.
Ambulance Services – Of those who took the survey, seventy-six percent of citizens were happy with ambulance services.
City Water Services – The survey showed that sixty-seven percent of citizens who took the survey are satisfied with water services.
Transit System – From those who had an opinion, thirty-one percent were satisfied with the transit system.
City Streets Maintenance – Of those who took the survey, twenty-one percent are satisfied with the maintenance of city streets.
Tulsa OK – A whopping seventy-five percent of residents are say they are happy living in Tulsa.
Quality of Life – Of those who took the survey, sixty-nine percent say they are satisfied with the quality of life provided in Tulsa.
Raising Children – Sixty-eight percent of those who took the survey say that Tulsa is a great place to raise children.
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