The Town of Sidney is looking for feedback from members of the community on our emergency response efforts to the initial phase of the COVID-19 pandemic (March - July 2020).
    
Please take this short survey to share your impressions of the Town’s response and ways in which we can improve. Your answers will help inform and prepare the Town for future emergency response efforts.

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* 1. Do you feel that the Town's response was well-structured and organized?

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* 2. Do you feel that communication from the Town was appropriate for the situation?

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* 3. Which of the Town's platforms did you use to stay informed about the pandemic? (Please check all that apply)

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* 4. Which of the Town's platforms did you find most useful for COVID-19 response information?

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* 5. What other platforms did you use to stay informed about the pandemic? (Please check all that apply)

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* 6. From mid-March to the end of June, did you watch any Sidney Council meetings, either by live stream or video recording on the Town's website?

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* 7. If you answered yes, did you feel that Sidney Council meetings were helpful for receiving updates on the Town's COVID-19 response?

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* 8. Do you feel that the Town kept you informed throughout the the pandemic?

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* 9. What information from the Town did you find useful?

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* 10. Do you feel that the information from the Town was relayed effectively?

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* 11. Do you have any suggestions or ideas for how the Town can improve communication?

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* 12. Based on your experience with the Town's response to COVID-19, please list up to three things you think the Town did well.

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* 13. Based on your experience with the Town's response to COVID-19, please list up to three things you think the Town can improve upon.

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* 14. Do you have any other comments for Town Administration related to the COVID-19 response?

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