Momence Survey: Assessing Public Perception and Knowledge of Local Fire Department Services


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Momence, IL – The Momence Fire Protection District seeks community feedback through an online survey. The survey, open to residents of the Momence Fire Protection District, includes questions about the staffing of the district, the number of emergencies responded to annually, the cost of new fire apparatuses, and satisfaction with current fire and EMS services.

According to the district’s announcement, the survey aims to better understand public perception and knowledge of the services provided. Participation requires a Gmail account, but the survey assures anonymity as emails are not collected. The district encourages residents to assist family members who may face accessibility issues in participating. The survey can be accessed via a direct link here.

The engagement of the community in such initiatives is pivotal for the continuous improvement of emergency services and underscores the value of public opinion in shaping local resources and priorities.


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