Beautify Sidewalk Strip in Front of Pueblo Play
This is a survey to understand how people living in the Winchester Neighborhood Action Coalition (WNAC) area would like to improve the looks of the median between the sidewalks on Payne Avenue in front of San Jose's newest park, Pueblo Play.

As background, the City of San Jose has provided the WNAC a matching grant of $1,050 to for this project. It will require matching volunteer hours to actually implement the solution; hence why the questions about whether you are interested in participating.

Although we have until September 30th, 2018 to complete this project, we need to start the planning now.

This is truly going to take a community effort to beautify this small strip of San Jose.

Rank the kind of median landscaping you would like to see (1 being the least and 5 being the most preferable)
The following are some ideas for how the median might be beautified. The final design will be decided upon by a committee of Hamann Park members and will consider budget, sustainability (e.g. who will and how much will it cost to maintain) and its general ranking by the community.
Bark, as shown in the above example
Least Prefereable
Most Preferable
Drought tolerant plants and ground cover
Least Prefereable
Most Preferable
Pavers and or concrete
Least Prefereable
Most Preferable
Combination bark & pavers that effectively make the sidewalk wider
Least Prefereable
Most Preferable
Other
Your answer
Involvement
Please state how you would like to be involved
Yes, I would like to help
Name
First and Last Name
Your answer
Contact Email Information
email
Your answer
Contact Phone Number
Phone number
Your answer
Any other comments/ideas?
Your answer
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