In an effort to better understand the needs, priorities and concerns of the community, the Stoneham Police Department and Chief James McIntyre are asking all residents to take a few minutes to complete the department’s online community survey.
The survey, which can be accessed by visiting stonehampdsurvey.com, asks residents to anonymously answer questions about what the Stoneham Police Department is doing well, the areas where it could improve and to highlight some of the biggest issues in town.
The survey will be open until May 31 and takes a few minutes to complete. No personal information is collected by the survey.
“We want to hear from residents about what’s important to them and where we may need to devote additional resources,” Chief McIntyre said. “Our hope is to use these results as a guide in the coming months and years to improve services to the community we proudly serve.”
So far, nearly 400 residents have made their voices heard at StonehamPDSurvey.com.