Palms Slow Streets
In response to community demand for more space to safely walk, bike, roll, and stay active/healthy while adhering to physical distancing requirements, the Palms Slow Street program temporarily restricts traffic on certain neighborhood streets. On a 'Slow Street', car and vehicle traffic are still able to use the street as long as it is for residential parking, deliveries, or emergency services.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has announced a new program allowing local residents to gain access to more space for recreation activities in their neighborhoods, while protecting Angelenos from overcrowding on sidewalks and promoting social distancing. Learn more at

Questions about this survey? Please email SlowStreets@PalmsNC.LA
How are you associated with the Palms Community? *
How have you used Slow Streets in Palms?
Has the Slow Streets program helped you with any of the following:
Helped a lot
Helped a little
Has not helped
Made things worse
No change
Limited space to use sidewalks while safely social distancing
Not enough parks or open space to support physical and mental health
Reduced transit service or concerns about riding transit
Dangerous situations caused by speeding or cut through drivers creating dangerous situations
Clear selection
Would you be interested in keeping the Slow Streets Program after the COVID-19 Emergency has ended?
Clear selection
On a scale of 1-5, how supportive are you of the temporary Slow Streets program in Palms?
Clear selection
Are there any changes that should be made to the Palms Slow Streets program? Why?
What is the closest intersection to where you live (ie. Regent St. and Motor Ave.)?
Any other comments, questions, concerns, or feedback on the Palms Slow Streets program? If you would like someone to follow up with you, please also include your email address.
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