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What are you doing to fight blight?

20 registered responses


Do you know of or are you active with a neighborhood group that picks up litter?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 30.0% 6
No 70.0% 14

Do you know of or are you active with a neighborhood group that paints over graffiti?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 10.0% 2
No 90.0% 18

How often are you or your group actively engaged in neighborhood clean up activity?

Response Percent Response Count
Daily 15.0% 3
Weekly 15.0% 3
Monthly 10.0% 2
Other 60.0% 12

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If the city were able to support your effort, what would your top 3 priorities consist of? (?Hold down "Ctrl" or command key to click on and select 3.)

Response Percent Response Count
Communications 70.0% 14
Dumpster 45.0% 9
Tools 60.0% 12
Recruit Volunteers 60.0% 12
Volunteer Training 35.0% 7
Other 30.0% 6

Would you be willing to lead a group on a regular basis with the support of the City?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 55.0% 11
No 25.0% 5
Other 20.0% 4
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July 28, 2020, 7:49 PM
  • Do you know of or are you active with a neighborhood group that picks up litter?
    • Yes
  • Do you know of or are you active with a neighborhood group that paints over graffiti?
    • No
  • How often are you or your group actively engaged in neighborhood clean up activity?
    • Monthly
  • Drop a pin to define the area that you work on and add additional comments on the pin.

     
  • If the city were able to support your effort, what would your top 3 priorities consist of? (?Hold down "Ctrl" or command key to click on and select 3.)
    • Communications
    • Dumpster
    • Recruit Volunteers
  • Would you be willing to lead a group on a regular basis with the support of the City?
    • Yes
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