Help us find ways to eliminate barriers to technology in our community.
Your Voice Matters. Take a Brief Survey. Win a $250 Gift Card.
Mayor Paul TenHaken and the City’s Inclusive Digital Equity Alliance (IDEA) Task Force need your input on how Sioux Falls residents access and use technology in everyday life.
- We need your voice now to make sure that your experiences are included.
- This online survey only takes 10 minutes.
- Survey closes March 3, 2021.
Digital Equity ensures all individuals and communities have the information technology capacity needed for full participation in our society, democracy, and economy.
It is necessary for civic and cultural participation, employment, lifelong learning, and access to essential services.
The results will be used by IDEA to create a Digital Inclusion Plan.This plan will guide the city’s work to eliminate barriers to technology in the years ahead to ensure that all residents have access to technology and the skills to fully use it.
Participants who complete the survey will have a chance to be entered in a drawing to win a $250 Visa gift card.
This confidential survey can be completed online using a computer, smartphone, or tablet device, and is available in English, Spanish, Nepali, and Swahili.
Innovation Coordinator // City of Sioux Falls
IDEA Community PartnersColin Irvine, Augustana University
Melissa Goodwin, Avera Health
Jodi Fick, City of Sioux Falls
Mike Grigsby, City of Sioux Falls
Allie Hartzler, City of Sioux Falls
Anne McFarland, Embe
Rich Merkouris, Empower
Mike Christopherson, Harrisburg School District
Eyabane Patasse, Midco
Paige Pearson Meyer, Midco
Heather Krause, Sanford Health
Taneeza Islam, SD Voices for Peace
Andy Patterson, Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation
Alex Ramirez, Sioux Falls Chamber
DeeAnn Konrad, Sioux Falls School District
Ryan Knutson, Sioux Falls School District
Sara Lum, Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship
Betsy Schuster, 211 Helpline