Westside Community Plans Update Survey
The Department of City Planning has embarked upon a three-year process to update four Community Plans for the Westside. Community Plans are the blueprints that guide growth in our neighborhoods by stating the community’s vision for the future, establishing policies, and designating land uses. Your completion of our survey will assist us in determining your
perspective, concerns, and ideas for improvement. For more information on the Westside Community Plans Update, please visit us at www.planningthewestside.org
1. Which community do you live in? *
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2. What do you like most about your community and why?
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3. What are some things that you are concerned about in your community?
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4. How do you get around your community (foot, car, bus, train, bike, rideshare, or other)? How can this experience be improved?
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5. In your community, where are your favorite areas to visit, shop, eat, or play? What do you like most about these areas?
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6. Outside of your community, where are your favorite areas to visit, shop, eat, or play? What do you like most about those areas?
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7. What services and amenities are missing from your neighborhood? Where should they be located?
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8. What housing issues do you see in your community?
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9. Do you see yourself, your children, and/or your loved ones living in the same neighborhood ... … in the next 5-10 years? … in the next 10-20 years?
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10. How would you like to contribute to the community plan update process (choose all that apply)?
11. What is your connection with the community (choose all that apply)?
12. What is your ZIP code?
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13. What is your address?
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14. Email (to join our mailing list)?
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15. What is your age?
16. What is your ethnicity (choose all that apply)?
17. Please list the languages spoken at home:
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18. Are there community groups or organizations that you think we should contact? If so, please list them:
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