Poudre Fire Authority seeking input on five-year strategic plan

Poudre Fire Authority is updating its strategic plan and needs input from the citizens it serves. A survey has been developed to assist in setting goals and service priorities for the next five years. The survey is now open and closes at 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 28.

Portions of the survey will help the department determine where priorities should be set regarding services ranging from fire response to building plan reviews.

Additionally, the survey is assessing the importance to our customers of issues such as how well the department plans for and responds to large scale disasters and ‘How much the fire services costs me as a taxpayer?’

“Input from our constituents is paramount for us to meet our mission: To protect life and property by being prompt, skillful and caring,” said chief Tom DeMint.

The survey link is: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PFAStrategicPlan

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