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Be part of the change and “Chime In” by participating in a quick 7-question survey to help guide the community’s funding priorities.
The City of El Paso invites the public to share their input in the annual “Chime In” survey to have an everlasting impact on how the City prioritizes its projects and services for the next budget cycle, fiscal year 2021.
Residents and businesses can stay up to date on this community engagement opportunity by visiting the City’s social media pages and website.
“The City’s budget process supports the City’s vision of having safe and beautiful neighborhoods, a vibrant regional economy, and exceptional recreation, cultural and educational opportunities,” city officials shared via an emailed news release.
The survey is available on the homepage of the City’s website on the Chime In banner.
Last year’s survey results indicated that the public wanted a greater emphasis on streets, public safety and economic development.