Port Washington Residents Waterfront Survey
Recently the Town of North Hempstead shared their vision for the Port Washington waterfront and asked for feedback from the community. Residents Forward created this quick survey to better understand what the community would like to see.

This survey consists of 16 questions and should take less than a minute to complete. We will be compiling results and sharing with the Town of North Hempstead. Join us! Let your voice be heard.

1. We'd like to know a little bit about you. Please select your age group: *
2. What neighborhood do you live in? *
3. RESILIENCY: A great waterfront starts with a strong foundation. Currently many areas are in disrepair due to age and weather damage. Should the town ensure that Port remains resilient by repairing our infrastructure? *
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4. MAXIMIZING PUBLIC SPACE. Select the items below that are most important to you for public areas of the waterfront. (check all that apply) *
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5. IMPLEMENT SUSTAINABLE DESIGN. Select the design requirements that are important to you (select all that apply) *
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When developing a waterfront, it's important to know the combination of uses that the community values. This requires finding the right mix of passive and active public spaces with residential and commercial uses. We are trying to identify what uses our community would like to see.
6. PASSIVE PARKS provide residents with free space to get together, enjoy hobbies, or take in beautiful views. Choose the passive park features that are important to the community. *
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7. ACTIVE PARKS encourage lively, year-round activity. Select the features that are important to the community. *
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8. COMMERCIAL: What types of businesses do you think would succeed along the waterfront? What types of retail, office, maritime, other? *
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9: RESIDENTIAL. What types of residences do you think would fit in with our waterfront? Townhouses? Apartments above stores? Age restricted? None? *
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10. SET BACKS. A set back is the space between the street and a building front. How much space do you think should be between the street and a new building? *
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11. CONTINUOUS PUBLIC WATERFRONT WALKWAYS. The town has conveyed that a continuous walkway accessible to the public is in the works. Select your accessibility priorities for future new construction. *
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12. CONNECTIVITY. How can we better connect the waterfront to Lower Main Street? Choose TWO items that are most important to you. *
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13. MAINTENANCE. How do we ensure that spaces are maintained?
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14. ART, MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT Currently events are well attended by Port residents and beyond. What other types of waterfront programming should be offered? *
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15. CONSTRUCTION & DESIGN ELEMENTS. Select the most important design guidelines that are important to you. *
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16. Recreational attractions are always under consideration. Select the options that you believe would MOST benefit the area (Port Washington, Manhasset & Roslyn) and its diverse population. *
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