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In a Flash: Washoe County makes it quick & easy to weigh in on community issues
Washoe County encourages residents to share their opinion with FlashVote

Media Release
For Immediate Release

Contact: Amy Ventetuolo

Reno, Nev. Dec. 20, 2018. Washoe County officials in partnership with FlashVote, are pleased to announce they are making civic participation more accessible and simpler for the residents of Nevada’s second largest county.

FlashVote is a cutting-edge survey provider that collects timely resident feedback on current municipal topics of concern. Washoe County plans to roll out no more than six, 1-minute surveys on timely county issues that residents from all areas of the community may receive by email, phone call, or text messages, depending on the method the participant chooses.

“With Washoe County nearly half a million residents and growing, it is our goal to provide platforms that allow them to share feedback on issues in our community,” says Washoe County Manager, John Slaughter.

Any Washoe County resident simply needs to sign up, and as a part of the survey pool they will quickly receive a notification whenever a survey is launched by Washoe County. Participants will have up to 48 hours to complete the survey before it closes. Once the survey closes, FlashVote immediately tabulates all the responses, and provides the results to FlashVote participants, Washoe County staff and public.

All results are anonymous and FlashVote does not share any personal information. To sign up for FlashVote, please click here.

For questions, please contact Washoe311 by dialing 3-1-1- from any phone.

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