Some residents of the City of New Ulm will soon be asked their opinion of city services. A total of 300 randomly selected residents will be receiving a survey from the city in order to gauge the quality of municipal services. There will be 75 surveys sent to each ward in New Ulm, with the list showing only addresses and not resident names. If your address was selected, a survey should arrive by this coming Monday, and they should be returned by March 1st. The results will be presented to the City Council at its April 1st meeting. City officials say the survey should take no more than 3 minutes to complete. The last time the city sent out surveys was in 2012, and the return rate was more than 60%.