The University of Nebraska Public Policy Center is teaming with the Douglas and Sarpty County Emergency Management Agencies to help assess citizens' levels of emergency preparedness.
The survey is for residents of Douglas and Sarpy Counties and is intended to get a better idea of their concerns and preparedness activities related to natural disasters and community emergencies. Upon completion of the survey, the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center will combine all responses from the same county and present its findings to the Douglas and Sarpy County Emergency Management Agencies.
Participation in the survey will provide officials of Douglas and Sarpy Counties valuable direction for emergency preparedness outreach activities.
Survey responders will qualify for a drawing to win a NOAA Weather Radio.
The survey is open until Monday, April 30, 2018. Survey response should only take approximately 5-to-10 minutes and is highly important in assuring that DCEMA's efforts continue to meet public need. All responses are confidential; no information is collected that will connect participants information to the survey response.
Any questions regarding the survey can be sent to Denise Bulling, senior research director at the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center, at firstname.lastname@example.org.