City takes online survey to paper

Nearly one-in-four homes in the City of Warren don’t have a broadband subscription, according to U.S. Census data.

The city’s comprehensive planning process — intended to shape the city’s direction for at least the next decade — has an online survey component.

Now, the city is offering that survey in paper form at several places around town.

Paper copies of the survey can be found at the Allegheny Community Center, Jefferson DeFrees Family Center, the municipal building, Warren Public Library, the Warren YMCA and Stone Consulting.

“We are doing this to allow citizens who do not have access to the internet to participate in the survey,” Randy Rossey, the city’s new director of codes and planning, said. “The time frame for completing the paper surveys will be from Dec. 1 to the end of the year.”

The city will pick up the surveys at the various locations on Jan. 2.

“The results will be used along with the online survey to help in the development of the new comprehensive plan,” Rossey said.


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