City seeks performance feedback

Asks citizens to take online survey at

Brian Coddington, Communications Director, 509.625.6740

Monday, September 29, 2014 at Midnight

How important is it for the City to prioritize replenishing its savings account ahead of taking on new obligations? How well is the City maximizing the use of resources to deliver better outcomes for citizens? What areas should the City of Spokane focus on next?

The City wants to know the answer to these and other questions. Saturday was the 1000th day in office for Spokane Mayor David Condon, and the City marked the occasion with an online survey asking the community for feedback on its performance.

“We’ve been moving rather quickly – or for some, maybe not quickly enough – to make Spokane safer, stronger and smarter,“ Condon said. ”We want to know how the community rates our performance, if our work remains aligned to your priorities, and where you would like to see us direct our attention in the future.”

The survey is available across the City’s digital platforms. It is available on and @spokanecity on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.