The first step is to register your community. We’ll ask a few general questions (some of which the EPA require), set up a password-protected dashboard for your results, and provide YOUR community survey link that you can share with your constituents. You can start here.
Simplify the Process to Compliance
The Environmental Protection Agency, along with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has mandated an inventory of all public water service lines. Getting accurate data, efficiently, requires the participation of businesses and residents. To help communities through this process, Community Tap has developed an online survey that will gather feedback from community members and provide it to you in a format appropriate for submission to the EPA.
Traditionally, a survey such as this would require substantial time and money to call or visit residents, or develop a survey of your own. Our online survey allows you to capture the majority of responses at a fraction of the cost.
Let’s get started.
This is a meeting to verify federal, state and local requirements for your particular survey. Since this survey is directed nationally, this will be relatively straightforward, unless there is additional information you would like to disseminate or collect within the survey.
This will be your hands on opportunity to verify the survey functionality, look and feel, before launching to the public in your community.
Week 2 or 3
This is the launch date when you survey is publicly available to begin collecting entries.
Week 2 or 3
This is an opportunity to make sure the entries being collected match desired goals, and give an opportunity to make changes, if needed. Beyond this date, it becomes very difficult and expensive to make changes to the survey, and will also likely add to community confusion.
This will begin the regular delivery of survey results. Respondents are available in several commonly used formats. Contact your Community Tap partner to learn more.
We’re here to help. Feel free to reach out and we will guide you through the process.