The program coordinates anonymous visits to your community by professionals in community and economic development, small business owners, community leaders and more, depending upon your specific community assessment needs. Visitors document their experience and interactions with community members. Their responses are then compiled and presented back to the community by a CEDIK representative. In addition, the program will offer suggestions and resources to address the areas identified for potential improvement.
Visits to Meade County were conducted by 7 team members throughout the months of August to early October. Visits were conducted on both weekdays and weekends to capture a variety of activity within the community. Overall, conditions were favorable for visiting and exploring the roads, small communities, parks, and businesses within Meade County.
Oftentimes, a quick pass-through is the only chance visitors will give to a community before determining whether to spend the day or continue on the road. This also gives the opportunity to identify the things that stand out most in a community… to read the full report go here.