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Name not available inside City Boundary May 22, 2019, 9:09 AM

Select the top three elements that future Urban Centers should prioritize:
Parking


How would you rate the importance of allowing gas stations in an Urban Center?
Somewhat important


How would you rate the importance of allowing drive thrus in an Urban Center?
Very important


How would you rate the importance of allowing Single-story buildings in an Urban Center?
Somewhat important

Name not available inside City Boundary May 21, 2019, 1:00 PM

Select the top three elements that future Urban Centers should prioritize:
Trees/Landscaping, Design Elements, Art


Select the top three images that best reflect your vision of Asheville’s future Urban Centers?
Alternative B, Alternative E, Alternative F


How would you rate the importance of allowing gas stations in an Urban Center?
Not important


How would you rate the importance of allowing drive thrus in an Urban Center?
Not important


How would you rate the importance of allowing Single-story buildings in an Urban Center?
Not important

Name not shown inside City Boundary May 21, 2019, 12:30 PM

Select the top three elements that future Urban Centers should prioritize:
Walkability, Bikeability, Parks/Open Space


Select the top three images that best reflect your vision of Asheville’s future Urban Centers?
Alternative A, Alternative F, Alternative H


How would you rate the importance of allowing gas stations in an Urban Center?
Not important


How would you rate the importance of allowing drive thrus in an Urban Center?
Not important


How would you rate the importance of allowing Single-story buildings in an Urban Center?
Not important

Name not shown inside City Boundary May 21, 2019, 11:49 AM

Select the top three elements that future Urban Centers should prioritize:
Trees/Landscaping, Walkability, Housing


Select the top three images that best reflect your vision of Asheville’s future Urban Centers?
Alternative C, Alternative F, Alternative H


How would you rate the importance of allowing gas stations in an Urban Center?
Neutral


How would you rate the importance of allowing drive thrus in an Urban Center?
Somewhat important


How would you rate the importance of allowing Single-story buildings in an Urban Center?
Somewhat important

Name not shown inside City Boundary May 21, 2019, 10:23 AM

Select the top three elements that future Urban Centers should prioritize:
Trees/Landscaping, Design Elements, Parks/Open Space


Select the top three images that best reflect your vision of Asheville’s future Urban Centers?
Alternative F


How would you rate the importance of allowing gas stations in an Urban Center?
Not important


How would you rate the importance of allowing drive thrus in an Urban Center?
Not important


How would you rate the importance of allowing Single-story buildings in an Urban Center?
Very important


If you have more to say on Urban Centers, provide your comments here.
Priority in redevelopment of existing centers should be placed on eliciting input from and respecting and honoring the desires of the business owners, patrons, and neighbors who currently support and sustain those centers.

grace curry inside City Boundary May 20, 2019, 4:13 PM

Does noise affect the quality of your life?
Noise is occasionally a detriment to my quality of life.


How disruptive is each noise source to your life?
(1 = not disruptive, 2 = moderately disruptive, 3 = significantly disruptive)




During the past three years, if you have been moderately or significantly disturbed by noise, did you lodge a complaint?
No


In what Asheville zip code do you experience moderately or significantly disturbing noise?
28801

Name not shown inside City Boundary May 20, 2019, 4:03 PM

Tell us about yourself. Are you a:
Nearby resident


Did you attend one of two Feb. 19, 2019, City-hosted public input meetings on the Charlotte Street Corridor?
No


What type of buildings would you like to see on this corridor? (Select up to 3.)
Charlotte Street 22, Charlotte Street 32, Charlotte Street 33


What are your goals for the Charlotte Street Corridor? Please rank from most important to least.
Encourage mixed-use buildings (residential and commercial in the same building)., Improve the street for pedestrians (wider sidewalks, fewer driveways)., Enhance “place making” -- examples include quality public spaces, art, signage, street furniture. , New development that is human scale and good design , Encourage affordable housing for all income levels.


What thoughts about the Charlotte Street Corridor do you want to share with City of Asheville staff? (250 character limit)
I have lived on Edgemont Rd since 2002 and have been an advocate for the Charlotte St road diet ever since moving into the area. The change would mean safer passage for pedestrians which likely would result in more pedestrian activity and fewer people using cars.

Ada Lea Birnie inside City Boundary May 20, 2019, 11:10 AM

Does noise affect the quality of your life?
Noise is a detriment to my quality of life.


How disruptive is each noise source to your life?
(1 = not disruptive, 2 = moderately disruptive, 3 = significantly disruptive)




Are there other disruptive noises in your life not mentioned above?
The loudness and high pitch of Fire Engines drives me insane!


During the past three years, if you have been moderately or significantly disturbed by noise, did you lodge a complaint?
No


In what Asheville zip code do you experience moderately or significantly disturbing noise?
28804


What other information would you like the City to know about your experience with noise in Asheville?
Can the pitch and loudness be lowered?????

Name not available inside City Boundary May 20, 2019, 10:21 AM

Does noise affect the quality of your life?
Noise is generally not a detriment to my quality of life.


How disruptive is each noise source to your life?
(1 = not disruptive, 2 = moderately disruptive, 3 = significantly disruptive)




Are there other disruptive noises in your life not mentioned above?
No


During the past three years, if you have been moderately or significantly disturbed by noise, did you lodge a complaint?
No


In what Asheville zip code do you experience moderately or significantly disturbing noise?
28801

Name not available inside City Boundary May 19, 2019, 11:36 PM

Does noise affect the quality of your life?
Noise is generally not a detriment to my quality of life.


How disruptive is each noise source to your life?
(1 = not disruptive, 2 = moderately disruptive, 3 = significantly disruptive)




Are there other disruptive noises in your life not mentioned above?
The sound of my soul dying every time a change is made that panders to tourists.


During the past three years, if you have been moderately or significantly disturbed by noise, did you lodge a complaint?
Yes


If you chose yes in Question 4, to whom did you complain? Choose all that apply.
Directly to a disturbing party


If you lodged a complaint, was the issue resolved to your satisfaction?
Yes


In what Asheville zip code do you experience moderately or significantly disturbing noise?
28801


What other information would you like the City to know about your experience with noise in Asheville?
I would like the city to understand that what some consider to be noise is a livelihood to others. I'm speaking of music. To hinder the city's nightlife with a strict ordinance would undoubtedly be a massive mistake both economically and culturally.