Citizens are asked to provide feedback on quality of life, livability in the community, economic health, safety, transportation, and City services such as police, fire, roads, parks, libraries, and other government functions. The survey is open to all residents of New Braunfels.
This survey is conducted in two parts beginning in early March when 6,000 randomly selected residents received an invitation by postal mail to complete the survey. The next phase of the survey is the open participation portion where all residents can participate through the online survey starting on April 13.
This is the fifth time New Braunfels has completed this community survey, having previously conducted it in 2012, 2014, 2017, and 2019. This scientific survey is part of the National Community Survey, which is developed and provided by the National Research Center at Polco and the International City/County Management Association.
To access the online survey, log on to:
All survey responses, by mail or online, are due April 27th, 2022. All residents who received the survey invitation in the postal mail, are advised to complete that version and access the survey using the URL provided in the mailed materials rather than responding to the open participation survey.