As the town and its residents adapt to the changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Marshfield Chamber of Commerce is asking for participation in a survey to help best assess needs.
The survey was developed by chamber Executive Director Lara Brait.
“I have been on many calls with a lot of different towns and realized that we are all different and to best assist our residents and business owners we need to hear from them directly about what their challenges are,” Brait said.
The data collected will be shared with local and state governments to assist in planning for not only economic recovery from this situation, but for future planning of similar situations that may occur later.
“Voluntary town specific data collection gives a really good insight into the needs of the community and what resources are needed to help folks in Marshfield,” State Sen. Patrick O’Connor said.
The chamber has collected about 500 responses so far, with hopes of collecting 2,500 responses from Marshfield residents and business owners.
“Obviously the more participation we get the more valuable the data is,” Brait said.
The survey can remain anonymous, but participants also have the option of including their personal information.
To complete the survey, click here.
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