Sandy Springs is participating in The National Citizen Survey.

Beginning Aug. 23, questionnaires will be sent to 1,200 households in Sandy Springs. The surveys ask residents to comment on the quality and usefulness of city services. The results will be included in a final report for elected officials.

“I hope every resident will take a few moments to tell us how they feel about the services they are getting,” Mayor Eva Galambos said in an Aug. 19 press release. “We need this information to improve upon what we are doing. Also, we need to let those providers who offer other services to our residents know how they can improve or tailor their services to meet residents’ needs.”

The cost for conducting the National Citizen Survey is $12,950. The National Center for Civic Innovation is awarding $5,000 to Sandy Springs to help pay for the survey.