SCOOP sends regular mixed topic surveys to panelists. Each of these surveys contains a few questions on a number of different topics. For example, in one mixed topic survey, there may be two questions about recreation facilities, one question about traffic signals, and three questions about waste services. SCOOP also has polls when we have a simple question we would like some feedback on.

Strathcona County is committed to transparency in public engagement. This is why we'll post the results of all mixed-topic surveys and polls on the County's website as soon as they are available.

Not a member of SCOOP? You can register here.

Curious about other engagement results? Check out our public engagement reporting page.

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2020

December 2020

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OCTOBER 2020

October (386.8 KB)

Topics: 

  • Post-secondary opportunities in Strathcona County
  • Strathcona County Environmental Sustainability Framework
  • Driveway curb ramps

SEPTEMBER 2020

September (379.4 KB)

Topic: 

  • Strathcona County recreation events and activities

Summer (318.3 KB)

Topics: 

  • Community gardens
  • Public engagement
  • Group fitness programs

JUNE 2020

June (279.8 KB)

Topics: 

  • COVID-19 communication evaluation
  • Recreation experiences during COVID-19

MAY 2020

May (Part 1) (484.4 KB)

Topic: 

  • Accessibility assessment

May (Part 2) (265.6 KB)

Topic: 

  • COVID-19 experiences

MARCH 2020

March (1.9 MB)

Topics: 

  • Public engagement event participation,
  • Outdoor recreation opportunities
  • Feedback on the annual budget

FEBRUARY 2020

February (1.9 MB)

Topics: 

  • Rural burn permits
  • Volunteering with Recreation, Parks and Culture

JANUARY 2020

January (346.6 KB)

Topics:

  • 2019 New Year’s Eve event feedback 
  • Halloween recreation passes

2019

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2019

November/December (308.6 KB)

Topics: 

  • Parking rules and regulations
  • 2019 Celebration of Lights event feedback

OCTOBER 2019

October (285.2 KB)

Topics: 

  • Council Boards and Committees
  • Celebration of Lights 2018

SEPTEMBER 2019

September (395.5 KB)

Topics: 

  • Grow Your Garden program
  • Outdoor skating
  • New Year’s Eve 2018
  • Parent resources 
  • Traffic safety

JULY/AUGUST 2019

July/August (290.7 KB)

Topics: 

  • Community gardens
  • Youth spaces
  • Parent resources

JUNE 2019

June (342.0 KB)

Topics: 

  • Adult fitness programs
  • Cultural programming
  • Gallery@501
  • Winter road maintenance 

MAY 2019

May (398.4 KB)

Topics: 

  • Canada Day Festival
  • Road maintenance communication

APRIL 2019

April (758.9 KB)

Topics: 

  • Trail/cycle maps
  • Recreation events
  • Textile recycling
  • Animal control bylaw.

MARCH 2019

March (481.2 KB)

Topics: 

  • Getting information about recreation programs
  • Testing smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. 

JANUARY 2019

January (605.6 KB)

Topics: 

  • Councillor e-newsletters
  • Pedestrian activity at signalized intersections

2018

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2018

November/December (1.1 MB)

Topics: 2018

  • Awareness of County services
  • Current and potential housing in Strathcona County
  • Pride of Strathcona Awards
  • Roadside signage

OCTOBER 2018

October (237.4 KB)

Topics: 2018

  • Housing
  • Traffic safety
  • Local shopping practices in Strathcona County

Not a member of SCOOP yet? The Strathcona County Online Opinion Panel is a new opt-in survey community whose participants are invited to provide feedback on County initiatives and issues. 

Through online surveys, polls and discussions, Strathcona County residents, businesses and people who work in the County will be asked to share their thoughts on County initiatives, neighbourhood development, social programs, the environment and much more.

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Last updated: Wednesday, July 27, 2022
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