The Active Age reaches a large audience across Sedgwick, Butler and Harvey counties — 52,000 subscribing households and another 3,000 copies distributed through other means. With pass-along and online readership, that equals something like 100,000 pairs of eyes on each issue.
We’d like to utilize our readers’ knowledge base to paint a more complete picture of our three-county area. We want to know what you like about your community and what you think needs improving, what you’re glad exists and what’s on your wish list.
In exchange for your participation, we’ll enter your name in a drawing for gift certificates to restaurants in all three counties we serve. Gift certificates worth $25 each will be given to Riverside Café in Wichita, Sugar Shane’s Cafe in El Dorado and The Breadbasket in Newton.
We’ll publish the results in an upcoming issue and likely use the information to help guide our coverage of the community. As always, we will not share any personal reader information with any other entity.
There are two ways to complete this survey online. One is to copy the survey below and paste it into the body of an email. Then fill it out and email it to email@example.com.
Thank you in advance for your participation!
The survey should not take more than 10 minutes to complete. It is separated into six major sections. For each section, please rate your community on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being best. Then please add any further comments, details or examples you wish in the space provided.
The sections are:
Such as physical environment, neighborhood, housing, public safety, cost of utilities and real estate taxes.
Such as banking, insurance, restaurants and night clubs, department stores, drug stores, supermarkets, healthcare, telephone, electricity, gas and oil.
Such as fire department, rescue squad, library, sanitation services, water services, postal service, police, town or city administration and economic development.
Such as adoption services, family planning services, religious services, senior services, food and shelter nonprofits, volunteers and youth services.
OTHER LIFE DOMAINS
Such as work, finance, health, education, social life, leisure, spiritual life, culture and social status.
Life in general, community in general, local business overall, local government overall and local nonprofits overall.
Name and address (optional, but we can’t enter you in the drawing without it):_____________________________________________________________
Contact information (email address or telephone number, optional): ___________________________________________________________________________