Fort A.P. Hill Community Survey

Fort A.P. Hill, Va. – Area residents in communities surrounding Fort A.P. Hill may receive a phone call during the Oct. 14-30 timeframe asking them to participate in a survey related to the installation.

The survey of randomly selected households and phone numbers is being conducted by Responsive Management of Harrisonburg, Va., on the behalf of Fort A.P. Hill.

Fort A.P. Hill has conducted the survey every two years since 2003.
People living within the following area codes may receive a call asking if they are willing to participate: 22427, 22546, 22580, 22538, 22552, 22514, 22501, 22446, 22535, 22436, 22485, 22476, 22408 and 22509.

“We’re trying to get the word out that this is a bona fide survey, sponsored by the installation, and we hope people participate if contacted by an interviewer from our contracted research firm. We value our neighbors’ opinions, perspectives and support,” said Ken Perrotte, Fort A.P. Hill’s strategic outreach coordinator.

Fort A.P. Hill, part of the Army Installation Management Command’s Atlantic Region is a regional training center providing realistic joint and combined arms training support to America’s Defense Forces.

 

Press Release FAPH Community Survey 5Oct2011

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