2021 Lafayette Resident Survey

2021 Resident Survey

As part of the efforts to make our community an even better place to live, the City of Lafayette is conducting 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, and while participation is voluntary, it is important to the City to receive your input. The Resident Survey is now available to the general public for participation. The survey is hosted by ComEngage LLC, meaning all of your responses are confidential. The survey should take approximately 25-30 minutes to complete. 

Visit this webpage, to take the survey and enter your USER ID (included in your invite letter).

We ask that you please complete the survey as soon as possible.

Don't have a USER ID? Visit this webpage to take the survey now!

If you don't have a USER ID, please access the survey by visiting this webpage.

Do you prefer to take the survey via phone?

If you prefer to take the survey by phone, you may call us at 877-554-6904. Please leave your name, phone number, and USER  ID and an interviewer will contact you shortly.

Have questions or need technical assistance?

If you have any questions regarding this survey or require technical support, please contact Nathan Wiggin, project manager at ComEngage, at nathan@comengage.us,or call him at 206-705-8018 during regular business hours.

Survey results

Results from the survey will be presented to City Council and available online to the public in June. Thank you for your participation; a few minutes of your time will help tremendously.


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