Covington is part of Place Matters, a comprehensive community development initiative transforming Greater Cincinnati communities by addressing issues of housing, economic stability, youth, health, and civic engagement at the same time. Every 2 years, as part of Place Matters, the Center for Great Neighborhoods conducts a survey of people who live and work in Covington to gauge their perceptions of community conditions and trends. The Center for Great Neighborhoods conducts this survey to better understand the priorities of people who live and work in Covington and the perceptions of how the community has changed over time and uses this information to help guide the focus of their work and to gather feedback on their efforts. This information will help show the impact of work done by the Center for Great Neighborhoods in partnership with the community and other organizations.
Please complete this survey if you live, work, or own a business in Covington.
All responses provided on the survey will remain confidential. All personal information will be used only to determine whether the survey respondents represent the demographic makeup of the community.
The survey is available online at https://xavier.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eRKiVGUVONbs645. There will be paper copies of the survey (in English and Spanish) at John G. Carlisle's Meet the Teacher event on Thursday, August 29. There will also be paper copies available in the FRC ongoing.
If you would like to learn more about the Center for Great Neighborhoods, please visit https://www.greatneighborhoods.org/.