Keystone Community Services is collaborating with the Saint Paul & Minnesota Community Foundation and we invite you to participate in the East Metro Pulse survey.
We invite all residents of Ramsey, Dakota and Washington counties to share your opinion and experience about living in our community.
What is the East Metro Pulse survey?
The Saint Paul & Minnesota Community Foundations want to know how residents of the East Metro (Dakota, Ramsey and Washington counties) feel about their community. East Metro Pulse is a survey conducted by the Foundations, in conjunction with Wilder Research, to measure community vitality and quality of life in the East Metro. The survey asks residents how they feel about community connectedness, economic opportunity and security, education and other areas.
Why is Keystone collaborating in the survey?
We want to make our community stronger. In everything we do at Keystone, we want to be responsive to our community so we want input from you and your neighbors. By participating in this survey, Keystone will get data results that will help inform us about the needs in our community and in turn will help us with future strategic planning.
About the survey:
All responses are voluntary and confidential. The data collected through East Metro Pulse will be available to the public to help inform policy makers, funders and local leaders about the opportunities and challenges facing the East Metro. To read last year’s report, click here. If you have more questions about the survey, learn more here.
Everyone who completes the survey by June 29 will be entered to win one of five $100 gift cards.
How do I take the survey?
All residents of Dakota, Ramsey and Washington counties are encouraged to take the survey. To take the survey, visit (copy and paste the link in your web browser): www.wilderresearch.org/go/EMP7
We encourage you to take the survey before June 29.
Your opinions are an important part of building a region where everyone can thrive. Thank you for taking the time to share your insights with Keystone and The Saint Paul & Minnesota Community Foundations.