At last count, more than 2,200 people had taken the online Solid Waste Survey. The survey invites citizens to provide their input on the City’s solid waste services, which includes everything from weekly trash collection to recycling, street sweeping and other temporary or seasonal collections or drop-off programs.
“We’ve had a good response so far, but we would like to hear from as many people as possible before the survey ends this month,” said City Manager Mike Bailey.
The survey ends June 30. It can be accessed at Survey Monkey, https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SYC2MZP.
Results will be used to help City staff and the Bartlesville City Council determine which services the public would most like to see implemented or changed and whether they are willing to fund the costs associated with these services through additional fees and/or increased utility rates.