Public Feedback Survey: Urban Deer Management in New Glasgow
The Town of New Glasgow has developed the following survey as part of the management of urban deer in New Glasgow. Thank you for your time in filling out this survey, your feedback is important to us.
1. Do you feel that the deer population in New Glasgow is a problem? If your answer is yes, please continue. If your answer is no, please skip to question 4.
2. How serious do you think the deer population problem in New Glasgow is?
Not Serious
Very Serious
3. Please select one of the following options that best describes your primary cause for concern.
4. Do you own property or reside in the Town of New Glasgow? If your answer is yes, please continue. If your answer is no, please skip to question 13.
5. Please provide the street address of your property or residence:
Your answer
6. Have you seen deer on your property in the last 12 months?
7. How many deer would you typically see on your property at a given time?
8. How often do you see deer on your property?
9. Have the deer been aggressive to you, your pets or others?
10. Have deer caused damage to your property? If your answer is yes, please continue. If your answer is no, please skip to question 13.
11. How have deer damaged your property? Please check all that apply.
12. Please provide an estimated value of the damage to your property in the past year.
Your answer
13. Have you been involved in a motor vehicle collision with a deer in the Town of New Glasgow jurisdiction in the past 5 years?
14. If you answered yes to the previous question, please provide an estimated value of the vehicle repair/replacement costs.
Your answer
15. Do you agree that deer population management should be a priority for the Town of New Glasgow when allocating budget funds and resources?
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
16. Please indicate if you are in support of or opposed to the Town incorporating the following population control measures in its Deer Population Management Strategy:
Strongly Opposed
Opposed
Unsure
Support
Strongly Support
Feeding Ban
Controlled Hunt
Sharpshooting
Trap and Euthanasia
Trap and Translocate
Fertility Control
Surgical Sterilization
Gardening Techniques
Fencing
Repellents
Deer Deterrence
Supplemental Feeding
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