Franklin City Administrator Eric Stuckey and Budget and Strategic Innovation Manager Michael Walters-Young on Monday will share information gathered through the National Citizens’ Survey during Franklin Tomorrow’s FrankTalks at SPARK: Lipscomb’s Idea Center.
The event will start at 9 a.m. with a 30-minute coffee social.
The city partnered with the National Resource Center in March to perform a communitywide survey of Franklin residents to get their perspectives about the quality of the community and available services as well as residents’ priorities for Franklin. A random scientific sample of 2,800 households received surveys. Their confidential responses were weighted and analyzed to determine just what a representative sample of Franklin thinks about the community, governance and participation.
A similar citizen survey was used 2½ years ago. This survey is used by more than 600 cities throughout the country with populations ranging from 500 to more than 1 million.
FrankTalks is held on the second Monday of the month at various locations across the city. SPARK: Lipscomb’s Idea Center is located at 3252 Aspen Grove Drive in Cool Springs.
To RSVP for Monday’s event, go to https://franktalksjuly.eventbrite.com.