Citizen Survey - Community Pride
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Proceeding as Anticipated
Reviewing for Improvement
Please note that Q1, Q2, Q3, and Q4 refer to the first, second, third, and fourth quarters of the Fiscal Year. The City’s Fiscal Year runs from October 1st – September 30th and is denoted by FY.
This survey question was unique to the City of Sugar Land survey, but prompted an overwhelming 95% of residents who agreed or strongly agreed that they are proud to call Sugar Land home.
Other “quality of life” categories benchmarked that would include qualities that may be attributed to residents feeling proud to call their cities homes included: 1) Quality of Life, 2) A Place to Live 3) A Place to Raise Children, 4) A Place to Work, and 5) A City Going in the Right Direction
According to ETC benchmarking standards, the City of Sugar Land ranked significantly higher (4% or higher) in all categories compared to the U.S. and Southwest, with some categories ranked as high as 25% better.
Question: "What is your level of agreement with the following statements about Sugar Land? I am proud to call Sugar Land home."
Percentage of respondents who rated the item 4 or 5 on a 5-point scale, where 5 was "strongly agree" and 1 was "strongly disagree," excluding "don't knows.”
A result greater than or equal to the most recent Citizen Survey. The target is ≥95%.
This measure is unique to the City of Sugar Land’s survey. Therefore, unlike many other Citizen Survey questions, benchmarking against the Southwest and United States averages is not available from data provided by the ETC Institute, which conducted the City of Sugar Land’s Citizen Survey in 2015.
Creating pride in the community is an important goal of the City of Sugar Land and reflects the City's commitment to excellence in the provision of public services.