Duval County Courthouse Plaza Questionnaire
Administered by volunteers with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville (CCGJ) Public Art Program

We are working on a plan for incorporating public art into the courthouse plaza and we are looking for input from the community. Do you have a couple minutes to answer some questions for us?

You can also fill this form out on the internet at: http://bit.ly/jaxcourthouseplaza
Your Name *
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Email (to stay up to date with courthouse plaza project)
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How often do you visit the courthouse?
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What zip code do you live in?
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What would you envision for the courthouse plaza? Any examples from other cities come to mind? (i.e. Vietnam Memorial, Union Square - San Francisco)
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On a scale of 1 – 5, how important do you think the following features should be for the future design of the courtyard? 5 being essential to a successful project, 1 being not important.
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Places for children to play
Landscaping / Gardens
Places that provide seating / Tables
Places for backdrops for photos
Shade Trees / Shading Devices
Quiet places for meditation/reflection
Places for public gatherings
Other features not mentioned above?
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On a scale of 1 – 5, how important do you think the following art works should be for the future design of the courtyard? 5 being essential to a successful project, 1 being not important.
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Art symbolizing Law, Liberty, and Freedom
Art symbolizing civil rights
Art symbolizing beauty and love
Art symbolizing the history of Jacksonville
Art symbolizing the U.S. Navy/military
Art that is interactive or educational
Other art work not mentioned above?
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What symbol, natural feature, animal, or work of art, etc... do you feel best represents Jacksonville and community pride?
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What are some other public spaces in Jacksonville that excite you, or that you enjoy experiencing? Why?
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Do you feel the courtyard plaza should be more than just a park in front of the courthouse? Why?
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The Duval County Courthouse Plaza project strives to transform the 3 acre lawn into a civic and artistic space for downtown Jacksonville. In the winter & spring of 2020, a stakeholder group will analyze the opportunities and costs of improvements to develop a scope of work for future artists. Through the City's Art in Public Places Committee, a team will be commissioned to imagine the plaza as public artwork in the fall of 2020 with construction completed in 2022. #jaxcourthouseplaza


The Duval County Courthouse Plaza is a project of the City of Jacksonville's Art in Public Places (APP) program that is managed by the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville. The $619,000 in art funding results from the City’s APP Ordinance that required 0.75% of the original Courthouse construction budget be set aside for public art. The Cultural Council is the local art agency supporting arts organizations and artists in Duval County for the benefit of NE Florida. www.culturalcouncil.org #publicartjax

For any question regarding the public art project please contact The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, Public Art Program, 904-358-3600.
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