The Village of Schaumburg has received high marks for its
quality of life, as a place to live and raise children, and for an overall feeling of safety, according to 1,600 residents who participated in the 2018 National Citizen Survey™ (NCS).
Other key highlights from the survey include:
- 93% of respondents rate the village as an excellent or good place to live.
- 95% feel safe in their neighborhoods.
- 92% of respondents would recommend Schaumburg as a place to raise a family.
- 91% gave positive ratings to the overall image and overall appearance of the village.
“Information obtained from this survey has allowed the village to
measure its performance and to ensure we’re addressing items that
are important to residents based on their feedback,” said Village
Manager Brian Townsend. “I am pleased with the positive results we
have received and proud that residents would recommend living in
Schaumburg to others.”
Respondents identified safety, economy, and education and
enrichment as priorities for the Schaumburg community in the coming
two years. The village exceeded national benchmarks in built
environment, recreation and wellness, and education and enrichment.
In addition, ratings for overall confidence in village government and
government acting in the best interest of Schaumburg were higher
than those given in other communities across the nation.