El Centro city officials want to know what you think of the city services you are receiving.
The city sent out 1,300 surveys randomly to residents last month with questions covering a variety of local issues.
Mayor Larry Grogan said the purpose of the survey is to "tell us how to do better."
The survey asks residents to opine on street maintenance/repair, street cleaning, street lighting, ease of travel by car, ease of travel by bicycle, police traffic enforcement, city parks, cable television, fire protection, police protection, the city library, city recreation, trash collection, the taste of tap water, cultural opportunities, the educational system, the building and planning departments and the El Centro Regional Medical Center.
"The survey is a way to reach people," Grogan said, adding that the forms will touch more people than the small number of residents who attend community meetings. "It's a way to find out what people think the city should offer."