The results are in!
Manhattan City Commissioners received the results of a city-wide survey Tuesday night.
2000 city residents received the survey at random, polling them on their views of things like city government and maintenance.
According to a presentation by Assistant City Manager Kiel Mangus and K-State consultant, Dr. Josephine Schafer, results were mostly favorable.
Of the 457 completed surveys returned for review, most approved of the job City Administrators are doing.
More than 90% of respondents say they feel safe in Manhattan neighborhoods and are satisfied with the quality of life in the Little Apple.
City Commissioners weighed in on the results, offering feedback and approval.
Of the survey results, City Commissioner Usha Reddi acknowledged that residents were able to engage in conversations that city officials are having on a daily basis – viewing their active participation as “good to know.”