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Midvale Community Encouraged to Participate in University of Utah Wellness Survey

Midvale City is encouraging residents, aged 18 and above, to actively participate in a significant wellness survey conducted by the University of Utah. Running from April 15 to April 29, 2024, this survey serves as a crucial avenue for community members to voice their perspectives and contribute to the understanding of public wellbeing in Midvale.

Midvale City's involvement in the Utah Wellbeing Survey Project is part of a broader initiative encompassing more than 30 cities. This project aims to assess the wellbeing and local perspectives of city residents and provide information to city leaders for their general planning process. By participating, Midvale residents play a vital role in shaping the future of their community.

“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.

As the survey deadline approaches on April 29, 2024, at 5 pm, Midvale residents are encouraged to seize this opportunity to make their voices heard. Every input matters and plays a vital role in shaping the future trajectory of wellness initiatives within the community.

Furthermore, residents are encouraged to spread awareness about the survey among their peers, family, and friends. By amplifying participation, Midvale City can ensure a diverse range of perspectives are captured, reflecting the dynamic nature of its community.

It is important to note that all responses provided in the survey will remain anonymous, and the data collected will be utilized exclusively for informing evidence-based policies and programs aimed at enhancing community wellbeing.

Together, let us embrace this opportunity to collaboratively work towards building a healthier, happier, and more inclusive Midvale.

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