The City of Grande Prairie is gauging resident’s satisfaction with snow removal and ice control with an online survey launched Monday.
The Snow and Ice Control Satisfaction Survey is being conducted ahead of a scheduled review of the policy for snow and ice control within the city.
“The information collected will be assessed prior to making changes to the snow and ice control policy,” the city stated in a release.
The survey asks questions regarding how informed residents feel about the service in addition to the level of satisfaction with services on priority roads and residential roads.
Besides gauging satisfaction, the survey will also help determine if the public has a desire to increase, maintain, or decrease funding to the service.
The engagement website also provides details about the snow and ice control service and the costs associated. In 2019, the city budgeted $5.9 million of its operating budget to the service.