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Park City partners with Utah State University for Utah Wellbeing Survey

PARK CITY, Utah — Park City Municipal recently announced that the city is a partner in Utah State University’s Utah Wellbeing Survey, which aims to better understand the life conditions of people in Utah cities and towns.

The survey is open to both full-time and part-time Park City residents ages 18 and older, and takes approximately ten minutes to complete. It asks respondents questions about their employment status, education, income, housing and health, but does not collect any identifying information.

“The goal of this survey is to better understand the life conditions of people in Utah cities and towns and how different aspects of wellbeing vary from person to person and place to place,” said a statement from Courtney Flint, director of the Utah Wellbeing Project.

Survey results and open comments will be shared with Park City leaders.

Learn more about the survey here.

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