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COVID-19 Community Survey 2021

Poster image for Archives & Local History's launch of a community survey collecting local experiences during the COVID-19 pandemicMarch 18, 2021, marks the one-year anniversary of Douglas County Libraries’ closure due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Last year, Archives & Local History launched a survey to collect and record local experiences during the pandemic. Now, with vaccines rolling out and circumstances evolving, we’re launching an updated survey for 2021 to record how experiences during the pandemic have changed over time.

Both surveys are anonymous and will be preserved for the benefit of future generations who wish to research how the pandemic played out in Douglas County. Please consider completing the survey, even if you didn’t participate in the first one in 2020. Depending on the detail of your responses, survey completion should take 10-30 minutes.

To participate, follow this link to the survey. Archives & Local History appreciates your contribution!

If you have material that documents the pandemic (or other local history), including but not limited to photographs, letters, records, audiovisual materials, and ephemera, please reach out to Archives & Local History to discuss a donation. A duplicate-and-return option is available should you wish to keep original materials.

You may contact Archives & Local History staff at LocalHistory@DCLibraries.org or 303-688-7730.