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City of Memphis launches survey on youth priorities

City of Memphis launches survey on youth priorities

The City of Memphis is launching a new public survey to hear from Memphis youth about issues impacting their lives and to help shape the programs and services that allow them to reach their full potential.  As part of Mayor Strickland’s Opportunity Memphis, the responses will help the city remove barriers and connect the gap between preparation and opportunity for young people to realize their full potential to transform lives and the stability of communities.

“Our young people are not a lost cause but, in fact our most precious asset,” Mayor Strickland said. “To ensure the next decade is one of promise and opportunity, we must reach out to those who are isolated or disconnected from opportunity. This Zencity survey of our youth will help us do that by amplifying their voice through reaching them on the apps and devices where they are spending their time.”

“Mayor Strickland understands that effective local government must leverage data on the needs and priorities of residents. We are proud to help the City of Memphis reach more youth voices in the community and turn that input into action to help build the future of this great city,” said Eyal Feder-Levy, CEO of Zencity.

If you are age 18-24 or a parent of a young adult, please click here to access our survey: