Morristown Sends out Citizen Survey

Each year the City of Morristown conducts a comprehensive quality of life survey. Results from this survey help guide and direct the decisions made by City Council. It helps local government identify priorities for the community and improve the quality of life in Morristown. The survey asks a variety of questions about community characteristics, economy, governance, recreation, and more. Each year, 1,500 Morristown households are randomly selected to receive this survey.

This year’s surveys were recently mailed and should be arriving shortly to residents’ mailboxes. If you are one of the households chosen, the City asks that you please take a few minutes to fill it out. Your participation is integral to the progress of our community and allows your voice to be heard.

If you were not one of the randomly selected households, but would still like to participate, an online opt-in survey will be available on-line in the coming weeks.


The City works with an independent consultant, National Research Center, Inc., to develop the survey and analyze results. The survey, known as The National Citizen Survey™, allows the City to compare results and benchmark residents’ opinions against other communities across the country.