Main Article Content
Satisfaction with community public services reflects the quality of public services in communities, which is important for residents’ well-being. We collected data in China through a survey, and regression analyses were used to test our hypotheses. Results from 1,112 residents show that satisfaction with community public services is positively related to subjective well-being, and social support has a mediating effect on the relationship between satisfaction with community public services and subjective well-being. Findings of this study provide a culture-specific and geographical perspective of community public services and subjective well-being, and highlight the importance of well-being in community studies.