Rhinebeck's Environmental Work Questionnaire

Rhinebeck is at a crossroads in its climate actions. The Town and Village of Rhinebeck -- like every city in America and around the world -- are facing the worst aspects of climate change while grappling with how to reduce their contributions to it.

In the past year, Rhinebeck has commissioned many environmental projects. A report detailing possible projects to increase the resilience and usability of Thompson-Mazzarella Park was delivered by the Conway School of Sustainable Landscape Design. The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Dutchess County delivered a resiliency report for the Village. And, a review of the Town's Comprehensive Plan has been undertaken by a graduate student intern from Bard Center for Environmental Policy.

Now it's time to hear from you, Rhinebeck's citizens, about what should be prioritized next. This questionnaire is intended to increase Rhinebeck's knowledge about which environmental projects are most crucial to its community members. It is anonymous, meaning we won't know your identity if you take the survey.

Hit "next" below to take the survey, which should take no longer than ten minutes to complete. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
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