You can fill it out online throughout February, or by paper in the library from Sunday, January 31, to Saturday, February 13.
Anyone can take the survey whether or not they have used the library. Last year, 2,781 people responded.
This year the survey will ask people to rate customer service and to suggest programs or services they would like the library to provide. It will also ask about e-books and e-audiobooks, as well as how people learn about library events and services.
The Tigard Public Library has conducted annual surveys for more than 20 years. Past survey responses have influenced several changes in library operations such as re-opening on Thursdays, allowing people to pick up their own reserved books, adding more programs for children and families on weekends, and offering a wider variety of computer classes.