2023 Lafayette Resident Survey

Thank you for participating in the 2023 Lafayette Resident Survey!

The survey is now closed.

Surveys assist municipalities and elected officials to measure the diverse opinions of a broad range of residents in a community by collecting data to compare past service benchmarks, gauging satisfaction levels, and better understanding residents’ vision for the future. This information will help the City improve service delivery and will provide guidance for budgeting and decision-making.

Together, we can make our community an even better place to call home. Thank you for your participation.

View the Survey Results Presentation made to City Council on July 18, 2023.

View the 2023 Survey Results Online Dashboard

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2021 Resident Survey

As part of the efforts to make our community an even better place to live, the City of Lafayette conducted a survey designed to capture residents’ perceptions about City services, the City as a place to live, and priorities for the future. A select number of households were randomly selected to participate in the statistically valid sample. The Resident Survey was also available to the general public for participation. 

2021 Resident Survey results

Thank you to the community members who took time to share input by participating in the survey. Results from the 2021 Resident Survey were presented to City Council at the June 15 meeting.

An interactive online dashboard is available to view survey results. This web-based tool provides users with the ability to filter results and compare data through a multitude of variables. 

VIEW the 2021 Resident Survey results dashboard

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2012 Citizen Survey

The 2012 Lafayette Citizen Survey was conducted in June 2012.

Data collected measured residents' opinions about eight categories:

  • Community quality
  • Community design
  • Public safety
  • Environmental sustainability
  • Recreation and wellness
  • Community inclusiveness
  • Civic engagement
  • Public trust

Benchmark comparison data is collected from over 500 jurisdictions nationwide.

2012 Survey Results