High Desert Quality Of Life On-Line Survey Extended To September 15

High Desert entrepreneur and Victor Valley College Board Member Joseph Brady in conjunction with Cal State San Bernardino’s Institute of Applied Research and Policy Analysis is seeking from residents, business owners and government officials in the Victor Valley and Barstow their perspectives on quality of life issues and challenges facing the desert region.
Brady, the president of The Bradco Companies in Victorville who has been a major player in the High Desert’s real estate industry for a generation, put the survey together and with the support of roughly a dozen others active in public issues is making it available through September 15. Between August 1 and August 31, some 10,300 respondents took the survey, which prompted Brady to extend the original August 31 deadline to September 15. His goal is to achieve 15,000 responses.
The survey angles for general and specific attitudes with regard to issues that impact Victorville, Hesperia, Apple Valley, Adelanto and Barstow, ranging from transportation, housing, employment, government service, education, crime, code enforcement and the social and economic challenges residents and businesses face.
Among the questions is one probing opinions as to the advisability of rebranding the High Desert as the “Mojave River Valley.”
The survey is framed in multiple forms, one for residents, another for business owners, one for government officials and one for non-residents.
It is intended for those 18 years of age or older.
The survey is available at https://highdesertsurvey.com/.

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