2006 Tallahassee Residents' Survey

Want to know what your neighbors think?

The 2006 Tallahassee Citizens Survey is out. A group of 800 people were questioned on the performance of city services and other hot issues in the community.

Eighty percent of the respondents say they're satisfied with city services, and the most important local issue is crime and safety.

About half of the people say the city's efforts to manage growth and development are positive.

As for those hot issues, 69 percent support a joint dispatch center, and 58 percent say they would support a tax to fund a medical program for the medically indigent in the community.