Dublin is poling residents on local issues this month.

Dublin is poling residents on local issues this month.

Dublin conducts a Community Attitudes Survey every few years and this month randomly selected residents got a call from Saperstein Associates for the survey that solicits opinions from residents on everything from city services to traffic.

Data from the survey guides policy decisions.

In 2013, for example, residents surveyed said improving traffic flow, implementing the Bridge Street District plan and improving the library were priorities, information from Dublin said.

Those issues have been among focuses for the city since then.

"We highly encourage randomly selected residents to take part in this important research," City Manager Dana McDaniel said in a news release from the city.

"We're always striving to better serve our community, and I can't think of a better way to accomplish that than talking directly with residents."

Data from the survey will be shared during the 2016 State of the City event March 3.