South Madison Park Street Needs Questionnaire
This survery is 40 questions about your experience in your South Madison Neighborhood & the South Park Street Corridor.

The South Park Street Corridor is defined as; the street with its businesses running from the beltline up to Regent Street/West Washington and the areas adjacent to them.
Q1. Have you answered this survey before? *
Q2. How do you refer to the neighborhood where you live? (Check all that apply) *
Required
Q3. What street do you live on? *
Q4. How satisfied are you with the opportunities currently available in your neighborhood? *
Extremely Satisfied
Somewhat Satisfied
Neither Satisfied nor Dissatisfied (Not Applicable)
Somewhat Dissatisfied
Extremely Dissatisfied
Employment
Affordable Housing
Education
Safety
Shopping (non-grocery)
Shopping (food/grocery)
Restuarants/bars
Green space
Health Care
Public Transportation
Options for worship
Adult Recreation (outdoor)
Adult Recreation (indoor)
Youth Recreation (outdoor)
Youth Recreation (indoor)
Pedestrain Access
Childcare
Laundromat
Self-Service Office/Print Shop
Q5. How important is it to you to have opportunities for the following available in your neighborhood? *
Extremely Satisfied
Somewhat Satisfied
Neither Satisfied nor Dissatisfied (Not Applicable)
Somewhat Dissatisfied
Extremely Dissatisfied
Employment
Affordable Housing
Education
Safety
Shopping (non-grocery)
Shopping (food/grocery)
Restuarants/bars
Green space
Public Transportation
Options for worship
Adult Recreation (outdoor)
Adult Recreation (indoor)
Youth Recreation (outdoor)
Youth Recreation (indoor)
Pedestrain Access
Q6. How would you rate the condition of the neighborhood's infrastructure? *
Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
Very Poor
Sidewalks
Walking Paths/Bike Paths
Local Parks
Roads (Biking)
Street Parking
Connectivity between different parts of the neighborhood
Q7. Is the neighborhood easy to walk? *
Please tell us where it is extremely difficult to walk:
Q8. Is the neighborhood easy to bike? *
Please tell us where it is extremely difficult to bike:
Q9. Is the South Park Street Corridor easy to walk? *
Please tell us where it is extremely difficult to walk:
Q10. Is the South Park Street Corridor easy to bike? *
Please tell us where it is extremely difficult to bike:
Q11. How satisfied are you with access to public transportation in your neighborhood? *
Q12. How often do you use public Transportation? *
Q13. How satisfied are you with the range and variety of businesses along South Park Street? *
Q14. About how often do you shop at the businesses along South Park Street? *
Q15. How supportive would you be of a Community Center in or near the neighborhood? *
Q16. Do you support historic preservation efforts to renovate buildings along West Lakeside Street, Park, Beld, and other locations in South Madison? *
If you answered Maybe/depends, please explain.
Q17. How concerned are you with the affordability of housing in your neighborhood? *
Q18. Do you support higher density development along the South Park Street corridor? (Higher density is defined as buildings that have more stories or more units per story.) *
If you answered Not Sure/Depends, please explain.
Q19. How often do you shop outside the South Park Corridor? *
Q20. Do you support more business development in and around your neighborhood? *
If you answered Not Sure/Depends, please explain.
Q21. How important is it to maintain the quality of the city parks in South Madison: Olin-Turville, Penn, Quann, Brittingham, Bernie’s Beach, Lincoln, Bowman, Duane, Newvale? *
If you answered Not Sure/Depends, please explain.
Q22. How safe do you feel walking in your neighborhood alone at the following times? *
Very Safe
Safe
Somewhat Safe
Somewhat unsafe
Very unsafe
Early Morning
From 8am-6pm
From 6pm-8pm
From 8pm-11pm
From 11pm and beyond
Q23. Are there times when you refrain from walking alone due to personal safety? *
Very Safe
Safe
Somewhat Safe
Somewhat unsafe
Very unsafe
Early Morning
From 8am-6pm
From 6pm-8pm
From 8pm-11pm
From 11pm and beyond
Q24. How safe do you feel using public transportation? *
Very Safe
Safe
Somewhat Safe
Somewhat unsafe
Very unsafe
During daylight walking to bus stop
During daylight riding bus
During daylight hours getting off bus and going home
After dark walking to bus stop
After dark riding bus
After dark getting off bus and going home
Q25. Do you think the City of Madison’s process for deciding on new developments along South Park Street allows for enough input from residents of South Madison? *
If you answered Yes or It depends, please explain.
Q26. Do you know the name of your neighborhood association and how to contact them? *
Q27. How satisfied are you with your neighborhood association activities, (ex: Bram’s Addition NA (BANA), Burr Oaks NA (BONA), Capital View Heights NA, Bay Creek NA)? *
Q28. How often do you attend neighborhood association meetings? *
Q29. Do you believe the South Madison Neighborhood Plan should be updated? *
Q30. Have the South Madison Police been responsive to your calls when you have had a problem? *
Q31. How often do you shop for groceries on South Park Street? *
Q32. What portion of your groceries and household supplies do you purchase on South Park Street? *
Q33. What do you find the most important to you in a full service grocery store? (Check your top 2) *
Required
Q34. What is your current age? *
Q35. What is your gender? *
Required
If you answered Other, Please specify your preferred term to characterize your sex/gender
Q36. How long have you lived in your neighborhood? *
Q37. Do you rent or own your home? *
Q38. How many people live in your household regularly? Please enter a number. *
Q39. (Optional) Please tell us any other comments you may have.
Q40. (Optional) Please provide your contact information. Name, Address, Email & Phone number.
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