Blight Priorities Survey Summer 2021
Time and time again, residents have identified blight as a top challenge facing Flint neighborhoods. The City of Flint and the Genesee County Land Bank have heard this and have used this input to strategize and prioritize around blight elimination in recent years. Now, the City and the Land Bank are asking Flint community members to share more specific feedback on blight elimination priorities through this survey. Survey feedback will be used to identify and prioritize immediate action steps for addressing vacant and blighted properties in Flint. Survey answers are anonymous.
Are vacant and blighted properties a problem in Flint today?
No: Not at problem at all
Yes: A huge problem
What needs to happen to eliminate vacant and blighted properties? Check all that apply.
Demolition: demolish vacant houses and buildings.
Mowing: mow the lawns of vacant properties to prevent tall grass.
Code Enforcement: invest in enforcing laws on property upkeep, including interior safety and exterior maintenance.
Illegal Dumping: remove illegal dumping from vacant properties.
Building Rehabilitation: rehabilitate vacant and blighted houses and buildings for new occupancy.
Vacant Lot Re-Use: plant vacant lots with low-maintenance treatments to reduce tall grass and long-term maintenance costs.
Boarding: board broken doors and windows of vacant properties.
What three activities are most important? Select three or less.
Vacant Lot Re-Use
What single activity is most important? Select only one.
Vacant Lot Re-Use
How are you a part of the Flint community?
I live in Flint
I work in Flint but live somewhere else
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