Code Compliance Survey Closed, CDD Thanks Community And CDAB


Officials with the Los Alamos County Community Development Department (CDD) affirmed that the survey seeking input on the County’s Chapter 18 Nuisance Code closed on Monday, December 27.  Survey results are now being analyzed by Polco, a third-party polling platform. Findings will be summarized in a report that will be made available to the public in February 2022.

CDD Director Paul Andrus reported that 1,442 individuals took the anonymous survey of which 1,209 survey respondents were from the randomly selected sample, and 233 were from the public at large.  “I would like to thank everyone who took the time to provide us this valuable feedback.” 

Andrus also expressed thanks to the Community Development Advisory Board (CDAB). “We also want to thank the members of CDAB for their assistance in reviewing and providing early input on survey at the August 16 meeting and then through several follow-up coordination phone calls.”

Officials with Polco, clarified that the survey is anonymous.  While emails and zip codes were collected it was only mandatory for those survey respondents who were not part of the randomly selected sample.  These entries were used by Polco to verify whether the survey taker lived in or outside of the community and whether there were duplicate entries.  Per Polco’s privacy policy, email addresses will not be shared with CDD or DPS nor will they be tied to any survey responses.