Planning our Future Community
The Culver High School and Culver Middle School mathematics departments are working together this year on our culminating STEM Project. As part of this project, we are reaching out to the Culver community to provide input to our student teams regarding planning elements for a future community given forecasted population growth. The essential question we are asking is how might we plan and design a future community? The questions below were generated by our 8th grade students to help guide them in planning the layout of our future community. Your feedback will provide our student teams with important information as we move forward with our project. Thank you for your participation.
In your ideal community, what work environment do you want?
In your ideal community, what school environment do you want?
In your ideal community, what kind of recreation do you want? Please select as many options as you would like.
If you selected "Other" above, please tell us what other kind of recreation you want.
In your ideal community, what features do your parks have? Please select as many options as you would like
Dog Use Areas
Outdoor cooking areas
Large group gathering areas
Children's playground areas
Outdoor athletic facilities for games like soccer, volleyball, rugby, pickle ball
Special focus gardens
If you selected "Other" above, please tell us what other kind of park features you want.
In your ideal community, what kinds of buildings do you want? Please select as many options as you would like.
Grid-Connected Renewable Energy Systems equipped
If you selected "Other" above, please tell us what other kinds of buildings you want.
Please list the types of activities that you see as beneficial to a future community
Would you rather have high or low density housing. High density housing includes buildings that house multiple families such as duplexes or apartment complexes. It may also include smaller single family homes on smaller land parcels. Low density housing is characterized by single family dwellings on larger land parcels. These dwellings may still be in a subdivision but the parcels may be a half acre or acre instead of postage stamp size.
High Density Housing
Low Density Housing
What kinds of stores would you want to see in your future community?
What kinds of entertainment venues would you want to see in your future community?
Does your future community need landuse zoning?
If you answered "Yes" the the question above regarding zoning, please tell us what types of landuse zones you would want to see in your future community. Please check as many as you would like.
Agricultural land zoned for 160 acre parcels
Agricultural land zoned for 40 acre parcels
Agricultural land zoned for 10 acre parcels
Residential property zoned for single family residences
Residential property zoned for multi-family homes
Manufacturing or Industrial zoned property
Open Space zoned property
If you answered "other" to the question above regarding the types of zoning you would want to see in your future community, please tell us what types you are thinking of.
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