Beavercreek City Council and staff would like to thank residents who took time to provide feedback through the city’s first FlashVote survey. The survey was in regard to city communications and consisted of the following five questions:
- Please rate the job the City of Beavercreek does of informing you about city services, programs, and other news.
- In the last 12 months, which of the following, if any, have you used to get information about the City of Beavercreek?
- Which of the following City of Beavercreek topics are you most interested in getting news and information about, if any?
- The city would like to make it easier to meet with elected officials. How would you like to meet with your city council members?
- Any other comments or suggestions about the City of Beavercreek communications, including how you would most like to receive information about the city?
Residents who created an account with FlashVote had 48-hours to complete the survey from its initial push on Tuesday, August 2. In total, 265 Beavercreek residents participated in the survey. Results from this first survey will be used to help city council and staff communicate more efficiently and effectively with residents.
A majority of residents said they get their information about the City of Beavercreek through the city’s social media pages (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram), Beavercreek In Touch (newsletter mailed to residents quarterly), and website.
A small number of residents said they receive their news through the city’s Notify Me (push alerts), council meetings, and cable access channel.
We would like to remind residents of these available sources to get information about the city:
Notify Me: Residents have the ability to sign up to receive email notifications from the city. Residents can choose which topics they would like to receive notifications about, including city events; parks programs; planning and development, city council; road closures/traffic alerts; news; and more. Click here to sign up.
Council Meetings: Beavercreek City Council meetings take place on the second and fourth Monday of each month in the council chambers, located inside of city hall. All council meetings are open to the public and include time for public comment, where residents have three minutes per person to address council. Agendas for every meeting can be found on the city’s website, beavercreekohio.gov, or by clicking here. All city council meetings are recorded and posted to the city’s YouTube channel. Residents may also contact council members through their contact information posted on the city’s website.
Beavercreek TV: The city’s cable access channel can be viewed on Spectrum Cable Channel 5 and AT&T U-Verse Channel 99, or through live-stream on the city's website. Beavercreek Television offers live coverage of public meetings, including Board of Zoning Appeals, City Council, Parks and Recreation, and Planning Commission. The channel also highlights city events and projects.
Beavercreek residents can sign up for FlashVote at any time. The city is working with FlashVote to engage the community and gather statistically-valid input from residents. When residents sign up, they can determine how surveys are received - via email, text, or phone. Residents will receive a notification whenever there is a new survey, and will have 48-hours to participate before voting closes.
Once a survey is closed, everyone who participated will automatically receive a summary of the overall results and be able to see how their responses compare to their neighbors. Click here to sign up for FlashVote online or call (775) 235-2240.