Town of Campbell Comprehensive Plan
Please fill out ONE survey per household.
Why do you choose to live in the Town of Campbell?
Community and rural character
Close to employment
Family & Friends
Preferred place to raise children
Type of housing
Close to natural resources
Reasonable tax rate
Cost of living
Close to major highway
How long have you resided in the Town?
Less than 1 year
1 to 5 years
6 to 10 years
More than 10 years
Please indicate your age bracket.
66 and over
Do you own or rent the property where you reside?
Where do you work?
In the Town
Outside the Town
Which of the following public services and facilities needs improvements?
Parks & Recreation Facilities
How would you rate the current efforts of the Town to regulate and guide development?
Which of the following types of new businesses would you like to see developed in the Town in the future?
Professional Offices (real estate, insurance, banks, etc.)
Retail Stores (stores, coffee shops, salons)
Health Services/Medical Facilities
Business Related Commercial Development (e.g. bed and breakfast, outdoor stores)
Arts & Entertainment
Developments with a mix of residential, office, and retail space
Quarrying/Sand & Gravel pit operations
Would you support the creation or expansion of the following transportation opportunities?
Regional Rail Transportation
Which statement best describes how you would want the Town to look 20 years from now?
As it looks now
As it looks now, but with more residential units
As it looks now, but with more business and residential units
Mostly residential and some more businesses
More outdoor recreation and green space
Which of the following best describes your idea of where new housing should be located in the Town?
In and near developed areas
Directed to newly proposed rural subdivisions (4 or more lots)
Scattered on large lots (35+ acres) throughout the Town
In and near existing rural concentrations of homes
The following are several statements that suggest choices about future directions for growth and development in the Town. Please check the boxes that you AGREE with the statement provided.
The Town should be mostly rural
Any business development should be promoted
The Town should promote the preservation of farmland
Regulations should be reduced so landowners can more easily develop as they wish
Most new development should occur adjacent to areas which are already mostly developed
The Town should promote industrial development
Natural resource protection should be a high priority for the Town
The Town should promote more tourism and recreation-oriented businesses
The scenic beauty and rural appearance of the Town should be preserved through sign and other appearance regulations
Traffic is a problem in the Town
Development should mostly occur in cities and villages - not in the Town
Land use conflicts between agriculture and residential areas is a problem in the Town
Housing affordability is a problem in the Town
It is important to coordinate the Town's future plans with surrounding towns, cities, and villages
Agricultural businesses should be promoted
Housing subdivisions should be allowed in the rural areas of the Town
Farmers/landowners should be allowed to sell lots of less than 35 acres for housing developments
Small family non-farm businesses should be allowed in the rural areas
The Town should consider night lighting requirements to preserve the Town's 'night skies'
The Town should encourage the preservation of historic homesteads and other historic sites
The Town should adopt signage (billboard) regulations along roads and highways
The Town should support programs that purchase open space lands such as wetlands, floodplains and woodlands, for preservation and recreation purposes
The Town should participate in environmental improvement projects to maintain and imrove water quality
In a word or two, what do you believe are the two biggest issues, in order of priority, facing the Town?
What is number one on your wishlist of improvements the Town of Campbell can make?
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