CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — The board for the Jackson County Fair is looking to hear from fair goers about what worked and what did not work at the fair this year.
Administrators launched a survey on the Jackson County Facebook page for those who attended the fair this year. The fair board says they have already gotten more than 200 responses in the two days it has been available.
In the past, board members have held town hall meetings to get community response but they say this is an easier way to get the feedback, and they hope it will produce more results.
“When we’re making decisions, they’re literally from real data, not just the survey. We’re going to use all of this as information to make decisions about next year’s fair,” said Jackson County Fair Board Members Jim Teece.
When taking the survey, participants also have the option to be anonymous, or give their name and contact information for further input. The board members also plan to use results from the Jackson County Fair smartphone application they launched this year to make improvements for next year.
The board will still hold a town hall meeting to get in-person feedback as well.
The survey can be found here.