Adams administration launches citywide survey to determine policy goals

​​Mayor Eric Adams is asking the city’s people to inform his priorities.

The new mayor and his administration have launched an unprecedented public engagement campaign by announcing a citywide survey open to all New Yorkers. It will be used to inform the new administration’s decisions and help determine which issues residents want City Hall to focus on in the runup to the June budget.

All New Yorkers are welcome to participate in the two-week survey, which can be taken online and closes on Jan. 28.

New Yorkers will be asked in the next two weeks to comment on and answer questions about a wide range of issues: health

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