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Final day to complete Gilliam County survey

Residents of Gilliam County have until the end of today to participate in a county-wide survey that will help guide the county as it plans for the future.

The Strategic Planning Process is an opportunity to set a vision and create a plan that will help to shape the next five years for Gilliam County.

Originally, the Gilliam County Court had hoped to host in-person community discussions as part of our process, but, like with so many other plans made this year, COVID-19 had other ideas. Instead, the Gilliam County Court launched the online survey. Residents have an opportunity to share their thoughts and ideas about what Gilliam County should focus its attention and resources on over the coming years.

To take part in the 10 question survey, click here.


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