Please take the Survey!
The National Police Foundation, a nationally recognized police research organization, has created a Mount Dora Police Community Survey and we need your feedback!
Please head to the following link: tinyurl.com/MtDoraCommunitySurvey or scan the attached QR Code in this post to your smartphone to take this survey.
The survey is available in English and Spanish.
If you do not have internet access or a computer, there are hard copies of the survey you can pick up at City Hall. Please ask for the survey at our Customer Service/Utilities window. After you have filled the survey out, you can drop it into a ballot box that will be located in the Lobbies of City Hall or the Mount Dora Police Department.
This survey will help determine areas of concern and areas of accomplishment for the Mount Dora Police Department and your feedback will help our officers and command staff improve police policies, community policing and other areas that will be addressed.
All information you provide is completely anonymous and will go directly to the National Police Foundation for assessment. This is a 12 Question Survey, with space at the end for you to provide any further comments or feedback not in the survey questions.
We want to thank you in advance for participating and helping our Police Department serve the community in every way possible.
COFFEE AND CONVERSATION with Interim Police Chief Brett Meade
The Mount Dora Police Department would like to invite members of all communities in the city to come out to our "Coffee and Conversation" events to speak one-on-one with Interim Chief Brett Meade and members of our command staff. You can speak about anything you wish with our department; sharing your concerns, speaking about your communities, what you'd like to see more of or less of from our police department. This is a casual setting where coffee, water and pastries will be provided.
We will be having this event on three different nights in three different locations:
Monday, October 26 - American Legion Hall at 920 S. Highland Street
Tuesday, October 27 - Martin Luther King Jr. Building at 803 Florida Avenue
Wednesday October 28 - Donnelly Park Building in Donnelly Park (right across from City Hall at 510 North Baker Street)
There is FREE parking at all of these locations. We'd love to see you and our Interim Chief would love to meet you!
We do ask that you continue to follow CDC guidelines of six foot distancing and masks are required inside facilities.