Cherokee County’s recently established Communications Division has launched a community survey to learn more about how constituents want to receive news and event information from the county.

“This is a wonderful opportunity to learn how Cherokee County residents, business owners and stakeholders would like to receive information from our office, and other agencies and departments in the county,” Communications Director Erika Neldner said. “We hope you take a few minutes to complete this short survey so we can better serve you.”

The survey can be found on the home page of the Cherokee County government website, The survey opened on May 29 and will close on July 31, with all responses being anonymous.

The county’s communications division was launched in early May to assist the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners, the county manager’s office and other county government offices to communicate news and events to the public.

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