The Los Alamos County Community Services Department (CSD) has been working with professional consulting companies to assist in the development of an Integrated Community Services Master Plan that will also incorporate the ADA Transition Plan.
Since sending out postcards to all Los Alamos County residents during the week of April 11, CSD has received more than 700 responses.
Beginning Monday, May 2, the community survey will open up to anyone who wishes to submit their feedback. CSD encourages all users of County facilities including local youth, commuters and businesses to participate in the survey. The open survey can be accessed via the following website. The surveys are scheduled to close May 17.
For those who wish to complete a paper survey, they are available for pick-up and drop-off at the Los Alamos and White Rock Public Libraries and Senior Centers. Each location also has staff available to help individuals complete the survey via paper or online. Unique identifiers are not needed for the open survey. Paper copies of the survey will not be available past May 17.
This community survey is being conducted by a 3rd party organization in partnership with Los Alamos County. All responses will be confidential and no personal identifying information will be shared with Los Alamos County.
The survey results will help CSD staff identify and assess existing programs, services, facilities, gaps and look at future needs, and then integrate these findings into an actionable plan among the key areas of parks, cultural services, social services, recreation, open space, trails, and the library.
The desire is to produce a 7 to 10-year road map to systematically invest, improve programs and services, establish best practices, prioritize needs of the community to continuously improve the department, divisions, and quality of life in Los Alamos County.
Direct questions or concerns to Cory Styron at the Community Services Department, at 505.662.8242 or email at email@example.com.