January 30, 2013
Officials of Sedgwick County and the city of Wichita plan to mail a community survey about future community and infrastructure investments to 25,000 randomly selected registered voters.
The survey, which will be mailed this week, seeks feedback on community infrastructure, quality of life, and economic priorities through 2035.
Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer says residents own more than $7 billion in city and county infrastructure.
The survey is part of a comprehensive community investments plan, which sets out a framework for the future. The plan focuses on public transportation; water, sewer and storm water improvements; cultural, recreational and parks amenities, and economic development.
To view the questionaire