Hillsborough County Offers Residents New Survey to Gather Opinions on Reopening
May 27, 2020
Hillsborough County, Fla. (May 27, 2020) – Hillsborough County wants to know residents’ concerns and challenges as they re-engage with work, businesses, and social activities.
An anonymous survey, offered in English and Spanish, will measure respondents’ attitudes about a variety of factors related to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The survey will help create a community-wide conversation about economic efforts, public safety measures, and other recovery actions.
County officials will use information from the survey as they prepare plans to carefully reopen County services and facilities and offer resources to residents and businesses. The data will be analyzed by a number of factors, including demographic and geographic information, to gain perspectives that reflect the County’s diverse makeup.
Visit HCFLGov.net/ReopenHC to participate in the survey. To participate by text, text reopenHC to 73224 or reopenHCEspanol to 73224.
Survey questions focus on gaining insight from residents, business operators, and employees/workers about the following:
- Attitudes about phased reopening
- Attitudes about employer actions in the workplace
- Intention to continue to take personal safety precautions
- Comfort level with patronizing in-person businesses
- General knowledge of COVID-19 coronavirus
Dr. Eric Eisenberg, Dean of the University of South Florida College of Arts and Science, will lead the two-week project on behalf of Hillsborough County. The survey is open to all residents of Hillsborough County, including Tampa, Temple Terrace, and Plant City.
Get Connected. Stay Alert.
For more information on COVID-19, and any other potential emergency in the county visit HCFLGov.net/StaySafe and sign up for the HCFL Alert system. Additionally, you can follow Hillsborough County on social media at Facebook, Twitter, and Nextdoor for updates. For general County information, call (813) 272-5900, the County’s main information line.