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Posted on: September 28, 2021

[ARCHIVED] City seeks feedback about information distribution

Three people in chairs with studio mics. TOWNtalk logo is displayed

PHOTO: From left, City of Victoria Communications & Public Affairs Director Ashley Strevel talks with Environmental Services Director Darryl Lesak and beautification coordinator Christy Youker during the latest episode of TOWNtalk. The TV show airs on the city’s local government cable channel, TV15 – available on local cable channels 15 and 115 – and is streamed online at

The City of Victoria Communications & Public Affairs is inviting residents to participate in a survey about the city’s methods of sharing news and information with the public so that the department can incorporate the feedback into its strategic planning.

“We want to make full use of multiple communication tools – traditional and nontraditional – to meet residents where they are,” Communications Director Ashley Strevel said. “To do that, we need our residents’ feedback so we can best meet their needs.”

Residents can visit to take a brief survey about their preferences and engagement methods. The survey asks residents which information channels they prefer to receive City news through and checks their awareness of different tools that Communications consistently uses, from social media to cable TV and more.

 Survey results will remain anonymous and will be used to help tailor the City’s outreach efforts.

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