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EDITOR’S NOTE (1/28/22): This post has been updated to reflect NYC Speaks’ new deadline (2/11/22) for their 2022 citywide survey.


 

Ready to help shape the future of New York City?

NYC Speaks, a new independent initiative created to help everyday New Yorkers get directly involved in City governmental affairs, is inviting City residents across the five boroughs to complete their 2022 citywide survey!

So from now until Friday, February 11, you can share your thoughts about what works and doesn’t work for you and your family here in the Big Apple.

By completing the NYC Speaks survey, you’ll be letting Mayor Eric Adams and his new administration know what you think should change in the City, as well as give feedback on how to implement those changes. You’ll also be advising the Mayor and his team what you think is most important for them to act on now.

The survey invites your input regarding eight issue areas affecting New Yorkers:

  • Health and Well-being
  • Arts and Culture
  • Racial Equity
  • Climate and Infrastructure
  • Housing and Neighborhoods
  • Education and Youth Development
  • Economy and Workforce
  • Public Safety

Every New Yorker has ideas about how to make this City even better—let’s put those opinions down in writing, and help build a city that works better for all of us!

Remember—the survey ends on Friday, February 11, so don’t delay—complete the NYC Speaks 2022 survey today!

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