The Racine Fire Department is seeking input from city residents so fire officials can put together a strategic plan for the next five to 10 years.

Click here to take the survey.

“We are asking for input from the community that we serve,” RFD Capt. Mark Villalpando said in a press release. “We would like to know what you expect from the fire department and what you know about the services that we presently provide.”

The survey consists of 10 questions where citizens are asked how they’d rate fire department services like emergency responsiveness, code enforcement, and fire inspections as well as how people view the department’s overall appearance, dedication, professionalism and how prompt it is.

“The data that we collect from the community will be used together with data we collect from our fire department members and City of Racine business and civic leaders,” the release continues. “We will work hard to structure a plan that reflects what is important to all that participate in the surveys and strategic planning process and provide a quality of service that will be recognized and supported.”

Residents have until April 27 to fill out the survey.

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