Kingswood Ratepayers’ Association Community Survey (Fall 2021)
The Kingswood Ratepayers' Association was established in 1995 and serves the communities of Kingswood and Kingswood North. We would like to hear your feedback and suggestions to assist with project planning and development over the next five years.

This anonymous survey is voluntary and should take approximately 5 minutes to complete. No personal information will be collected or stored unless you choose to provide it.
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1. To better understand the interests and issues affecting our residents in Kingswood and Kingswood North, please indicate in which KRA area you reside:
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2. For how long have you lived in the community?
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3. Which amenities do you and/or your family members use in the community (not all established/maintained by the KRA)? Check all that apply:
4. What are your top three concerns about living in our community? Please note: The KRA does not have authority over HRM’s infrastructure planning; however, as advocates for the community we want to understand residents’ concerns so we can ensure our councilors are aware.
5. The KRA runs or sponsors several events hosted in the community and are considering new ideas. We are interested in knowing which events are of most interest to you and your family. Check all that apply:
6. As indicated in our mandate, the KRA works to maintain and enhance the quality of life for residents. Which of the following areas are most important to you as a member of the Kingswood community? Check all that apply:
7. The KRA maintains a website (www.mykingswood.ca) and posts information in both the Kingswood Residents and Kingswood North Residents Facebook groups. Would you be interested in reading a digital quarterly newsletter posted to these sites?
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8. If you are interested in volunteering to help run a community event and/or joining the KRA, please provide your name and contact info:
9. Please use this space to provide any further comments, including concerns or suggestions for future activities or ideas in our community:
10. Councilor Pamela Lovelace has asked the KRA to include the following question: The Halifax Regional Municipality is currently updating the Halifax Regional Plan (Municipal Planning Strategy) which establishes long-range, region-wide planning policies outlining where, when, and how future growth and development should take place between now and 2031. For information visit: https://www.halifax.ca/about-halifax/regional-community-planning/regional-plan What are the top three themes you think HRM should focus on in Hammonds Plains over the next 10 years?
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