The City of Rosemount this summer is asking its citizens to share their views on how the community is doing.A random sample of 1,600 Rosemount households began receiving postcards this week signed by City Administrator Logan Martin, who says, “It won’t take much of your time to make a big difference” by completing the survey.The survey will arrive in a separate mailing later this month. It is conducted by National Research Center, Inc., which compiles the National Citizen Survey for cities and counties around the nation. This is the first time that Rosemount has been a part of the program.The results will give the Rosemount City Council ways to judge the City’s performance against other communities. Subjects covered in the survey include the City’s public safety, facilities, and economic development.The quality of the results depends on a strong response rate from people who receive the mailings. Individual responses are anonymous.Residents who do not receive a mail-in survey will still be able to share their views via an online version that will be available later in the summer. The City Council will receive results of the surveys this fall, and will be able to draw on them as the Council sets priorities and budgets for Rosemount.