What do San Bernardino County residents think about their quality of life? Community groups and decision-makers in the county want to know.

The Institute of Applied Research and Policy Analysis at California State University, San Bernardino is calling residents asking them to participate in the 2018 San Bernardino County Annual Survey, a voluntary quality of life survey.

Now in its 21st year, the survey includes a variety of baseline questions about issues such as the economy, crime, commuting, county services and confidence in local officials.

The institute uses the survey to track changes in people’s opinions over time. In addition, county decision-makers have included questions about public transportation, water issues and education.

For the first time this year, adult residents can also participate online by accessing the institute’s website at https://jhbc.csusb.edu/applied-research-policy-analysis. The survey will only be available until June 8, and results will be released in late July or early August.

For questions about the survey, contact Barbara Sirotnik, director of the Institute of Applied Research and Policy Analysis, at 909-537-5729 or bsirotni@csusb.edu.