The presentation will take place in the Fisher-Titus LGI Community Room at Norwalk High School, 350 Shady Land Drive.
There will be two presentations — one at noon and the other at 6 p.m.
In June, randomly-selected city residents received surveys in the mail. The survey, which took about 15 minutes to complete, could be done on paper or online. A pre-paid envelope was included in the mailing.
While individual responses were confidential, the results were reported in group form.
The data is intended to guide city officials in their decision-making process with future projects. The presentations will focus on the results of the survey and how they will be used to achieve those priorities.