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Take the Quality of Life Survey

How is your quality of life?
What kind of community do you want to live in?
What issues are you concerned about?
The Santa Clara County 2012 Community Assessment Project’s
Quality of Life Survey Gives Local Residents a Voice
What kind of community do you want to live in? What issues are you concerned about? We want to know! A broad coalition of nonprofit and public institutions is conducting a comprehensive community assessment to identify challenges and assets, and determine what issues local residents care about. Community members have the opportunity to make their voices heard through an online survey.

Take the survey (now available in 4 languages):




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An expert team, including the Santa Clara County Public Health and Planning Departments, United Way Silicon Valley, and San Jose State University collaborated to develop and distribute the survey and analyze results. The questions cover a number of quality-of-life issues such as standard of living, access to health care, neighborhood conditions, transportation, civic engagement, and demographics.
The Quality of Life survey is part of the County’s efforts to create a Health Element for the General Plan. We encourage all adults in Santa Clara County to take the online survey. It is completely anonymous and confidential. 
Please forward this link to your friends, family, neighbors, and coworkers. 
To learn more about the 2012 Community Assessment Project, go to:
To learn more about the partnership with Santa Clara County’s General Plan Health Element please visit:
If you have questions about the survey please email

Or scan this QR code with your smartphone, to complete the survey:



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