Citizen Advisory Committee on Governance Survey
The Citizen Advisory Committee on Governance wants to hear from you! The Committee is tasked with reviewing the current structure of the Charlotte City Council and with making recommendations to City Council regarding office term lengths, elected officials’ compensation, and City Council District criteria. Please take this survey to help provide public feedback to the Committee.
INTRODUCTION TO SURVEY
The Citizen Advisory Committee on Governance (CACG) was established by Mayor Lyles to consider and submit a recommendation for council action on the following:
- The length of terms for Mayor and City Council, along with a method of implementation for any recommended changes,
- Recommended compensation, and
- Criteria for Charlotte City Council Districts.
Knowing the value and importance of public input on the Committee’s charge, the CACG has developed the following survey. Residents are encouraged to complete the survey before October 1, 2020.
Residents may also submit comments to the Committee directly to the Committee’s e-mail address at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the City of Charlotte’s Citizen Advisory Committee on Governance and for peer city comparison data on elected officials, please visit the Committee’s webpage.
For information on the City of Charlotte City Council, please visit the City’s website.
Before taking the survey, please review the infographics below highlighting Charlotte’s growth trends; Charlotte’s current government structure; and comparisons between NC cities over 50,000, U.S. peer cities, and Mecklenburg County.
HOW HAS THE CITY OF CHARLOTTE GROWN?
WHAT DOES THE CITY OF CHARLOTTE GOVERNMENT LOOK LIKE?
HOW DOES THE CITY OF CHARLOTTE COMPARE TO NC CITIES OVER 50,000; U.S. PEER CITIES; AND MECKLENBURG COUNTY?