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What should the City of Dublin's priorities be in updating our Climate Action Plan?

30 registered responses


On which environmental area should the City focus its resources? Please rank the level of priority for each topic. (1 equals lowest priority and 5 equals highest priority.)

Energy efficiency upgrades for residential and commercial buildings to reduce a building’s energy use for heating, cooling, lighting, etc.
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.3% 1
2 6.7% 2
3 20.0% 6
4 20.0% 6
5 40.0% 12
Advanced energy efficiency requirements for new commercial and residential construction resulting in low energy use for heating, cooling, lighting, etc., once occupied
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.3% 1
2 6.7% 2
3 10.0% 3
4 30.0% 9
5 43.3% 13
Solar panel installation on residential and commercial buildings
Response Percent Response Count
1 6.7% 2
2 16.7% 5
3 30.0% 9
4 10.0% 3
5 33.3% 10
Develop local community solar energy sources by promoting installation of solar carports, rooftop solar on large commercial business parks, etc.
Response Percent Response Count
1 6.7% 2
2 6.7% 2
3 26.7% 8
4 23.3% 7
5 33.3% 10
Driverless transportation focused on shared mobility
Response Percent Response Count
1 40.0% 12
2 20.0% 6
3 23.3% 7
4 10.0% 3
Electric vehicle (EV) charging station infrastructure
Response Percent Response Count
1 13.3% 4
2 16.7% 5
3 23.3% 7
4 23.3% 7
5 16.7% 5
Bicycle/Pedestrian infrastructure
Response Percent Response Count
1 16.7% 5
2 13.3% 4
3 13.3% 4
4 20.0% 6
5 33.3% 10
Water Conservation
Response Percent Response Count
1 13.3% 4
2 3.3% 1
3 16.7% 5
4 23.3% 7
5 36.7% 11
Waste Reduction and Recycling
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.3% 1
2 10.0% 3
3 10.0% 3
4 30.0% 9
5 36.7% 11
Landscapes and Open Space
Response Percent Response Count
1 6.7% 2
2 3.3% 1
3 36.7% 11
4 26.7% 8
5 20.0% 6
Stormwater pollution prevention/creek protection
Response Percent Response Count
1 16.7% 5
2 16.7% 5
3 23.3% 7
4 13.3% 4
5 30.0% 9
Flood Prevention
Response Percent Response Count
1 20.0% 6
2 30.0% 9
3 13.3% 4
4 20.0% 6
5 13.3% 4

How problematic do you think each of the following climate-related hazards will be for Dublin in the future?

Increased temperatures and heat waves
Response Percent Response Count
Not at all serious 6.7% 2
Not so serious 6.7% 2
Somewhat serious 23.3% 7
Very serious 43.3% 13
Extremely serious 20.0% 6
Increased wildfire
Response Percent Response Count
Not at all serious 6.7% 2
Not so serious 6.7% 2
Somewhat serious 20.0% 6
Very serious 23.3% 7
Extremely serious 43.3% 13
Flooding and more severe rainstorms
Response Percent Response Count
Not at all serious 6.7% 2
Not so serious 30.0% 9
Somewhat serious 36.7% 11
Very serious 20.0% 6
Extremely serious 3.3% 1
Mudslide/landslide
Response Percent Response Count
Not at all serious 6.7% 2
Not so serious 46.7% 14
Somewhat serious 30.0% 9
Very serious 16.7% 5
Drought
Response Percent Response Count
Not at all serious 6.7% 2
Not so serious 10.0% 3
Somewhat serious 13.3% 4
Very serious 30.0% 9
Extremely serious 40.0% 12
Poor air quality
Response Percent Response Count
Not at all serious 6.7% 2
Not so serious 10.0% 3
Somewhat serious 23.3% 7
Very serious 23.3% 7
Extremely serious 33.3% 10

How concerned are you about the impacts of climate change (listed in the previous question) on the following areas?

Public health
Response Percent Response Count
Not at all concerned 10.0% 3
Not so concerned 10.0% 3
Somewhat concerned 13.3% 4
Very concerned 26.7% 8
Extremely concerned 40.0% 12
Homes and property values
Response Percent Response Count
Not at all concerned 20.0% 6
Not so concerned 30.0% 9
Somewhat concerned 26.7% 8
Very concerned 10.0% 3
Extremely concerned 13.3% 4
Well-being of future generations
Response Percent Response Count
Not at all concerned 10.0% 3
Not so concerned 3.3% 1
Somewhat concerned 16.7% 5
Very concerned 10.0% 3
Extremely concerned 60.0% 18
Economic vitality of Dublin community
Response Percent Response Count
Not at all concerned 16.7% 5
Not so concerned 20.0% 6
Somewhat concerned 30.0% 9
Very concerned 20.0% 6
Extremely concerned 13.3% 4
Public infrastructure
Response Percent Response Count
Not at all concerned 13.3% 4
Not so concerned 16.7% 5
Somewhat concerned 30.0% 9
Very concerned 23.3% 7
Extremely concerned 16.7% 5

How important is it that the City of Dublin implements programs and policies that protect the environment?

Response Percent Response Count
Very 80.0% 24
Somewhat 6.7% 2
Slightly 3.3% 1
Not at all 10.0% 3

What motivates you most to invest in energy upgrades for your home? Please rank the reasons below from lowest to highest motivation. (1 equals lowest motivation and 5 equals highest.)

Lower my environmental impact
Response Percent Response Count
1 17.2% 5
2 10.3% 3
3 27.6% 8
4 44.8% 13
Make my home more comfortable
Response Percent Response Count
1 20.7% 6
2 20.7% 6
3 41.4% 12
4 17.2% 5
Save money on utility bills
Response Percent Response Count
1 6.9% 2
2 6.9% 2
3 44.8% 13
4 41.4% 12
Improve indoor air quality
Response Percent Response Count
1 20.7% 6
2 24.1% 7
3 17.2% 5
4 37.9% 11

What have you done (or what do you want to do) to reduce energy usage at your residence?

Install a high-efficiency heating and air conditioning system
Response Percent Response Count
Completed 41.4% 12
Want to do 37.9% 11
Want to learn more 13.8% 4
Not interested 6.9% 2
Seal air leaks in walls, windows, ducts, etc.
Response Percent Response Count
Completed 44.8% 13
Want to do 31.0% 9
Want to learn more 10.3% 3
Not interested 13.8% 4
Install a high-efficiency water heater
Response Percent Response Count
Completed 31.0% 9
Want to do 41.4% 12
Want to learn more 13.8% 4
Not interested 13.8% 4
Plant shade trees
Response Percent Response Count
Completed 31.0% 9
Want to do 24.1% 7
Want to learn more 13.8% 4
Not interested 31.0% 9
Change light bulbs to energy-efficient models (LED)
Response Percent Response Count
Completed 86.2% 25
Want to do 3.4% 1
Not interested 10.3% 3
Replace appliances with energy-efficient models
Response Percent Response Count
Completed 62.1% 18
Want to do 24.1% 7
Want to learn more 3.4% 1
Not interested 10.3% 3
Upgrade your home’s insulation
Response Percent Response Count
Completed 37.9% 11
Want to do 44.8% 13
Want to learn more 3.4% 1
Not interested 13.8% 4
Install solar panels
Response Percent Response Count
Completed 6.9% 2
Want to do 27.6% 8
Want to learn more 27.6% 8
Not interested 34.5% 10
Install high-efficiency windows (double-paned)
Response Percent Response Count
Completed 75.9% 22
Want to do 13.8% 4
Want to learn more 6.9% 2
Not interested 3.4% 1

Would you be willing to switch to all electric appliances (i.e., on-demand hot water, electric or induction stoves, electric furnace)?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 34.5% 10
No 24.1% 7
Maybe 41.4% 12

What are some of the barriers that would keep you from completing energy upgrades?

Do not own the property
Response Percent Response Count
Least important 58.6% 17
More important 3.4% 1
Most important 24.1% 7
Cost
Response Percent Response Count
Least important 6.9% 2
Somewhat important 13.8% 4
More important 31.0% 9
Most important 48.3% 14
Time and effort
Response Percent Response Count
Least important 24.1% 7
Somewhat important 27.6% 8
More important 34.5% 10
Most important 6.9% 2
Minimal financial or energy savings
Response Percent Response Count
Least important 17.2% 5
Somewhat important 31.0% 9
More important 27.6% 8
Most important 24.1% 7
Concern upgraded technologies will not perform as well
Response Percent Response Count
Least important 31.0% 9
Somewhat important 27.6% 8
More important 24.1% 7
Most important 17.2% 5
Safety issues
Response Percent Response Count
Least important 51.7% 15
Somewhat important 24.1% 7
More important 20.7% 6
Most important 3.4% 1

What have you already done (or what do you want to do) to reduce water usage?

Install water-conserving faucets and showerheads
Response Percent Response Count
Have done 58.6% 17
Want to do 17.2% 5
Want to learn more 13.8% 4
Not interested 10.3% 3
Replace older toilets with a new low-flow model
Response Percent Response Count
Have done 65.5% 19
Want to do 6.9% 2
Want to learn more 17.2% 5
Not interested 10.3% 3
Adjust timers or install a new water-efficient irrigation system
Response Percent Response Count
Have done 62.1% 18
Want to do 17.2% 5
Not interested 20.7% 6
Replace lawns with drought-resistant plants (use xeriscaping)
Response Percent Response Count
Have done 27.6% 8
Want to do 27.6% 8
Want to learn more 13.8% 4
Not interested 31.0% 9
Modify the length of showers to conserve water
Response Percent Response Count
Have done 62.1% 18
Want to do 13.8% 4
Not interested 24.1% 7

How often do you typically use the following methods to run errands and get to other non-work destinations?

Personal Car
Response Percent Response Count
All of the time 44.8% 13
Most of the time 48.3% 14
Some of the time 3.4% 1
Never 3.4% 1
Lyft/Uber
Response Percent Response Count
Some of the time 62.1% 18
Never 31.0% 9
Carpool
Response Percent Response Count
Most of the time 6.9% 2
Some of the time 27.6% 8
Never 65.5% 19
Walk
Response Percent Response Count
Most of the time 10.3% 3
Some of the time 75.9% 22
Never 10.3% 3
Bike
Response Percent Response Count
Most of the time 6.9% 2
Some of the time 31.0% 9
Never 58.6% 17
Bus
Response Percent Response Count
Most of the time 3.4% 1
Some of the time 6.9% 2
Never 86.2% 25
BART
Response Percent Response Count
Most of the time 17.2% 5
Some of the time 44.8% 13
Never 34.5% 10

How often do you typically use the following methods to get to work?

Personal Car
Response Percent Response Count
All of the time 59.3% 16
Most of the time 3.7% 1
Some of the time 14.8% 4
Never 18.5% 5
Lyft/Uber
Response Percent Response Count
Some of the time 11.1% 3
Never 70.4% 19
Carpool
Response Percent Response Count
All of the time 3.7% 1
Some of the time 7.4% 2
Never 74.1% 20
Walk
Response Percent Response Count
Some of the time 7.4% 2
Never 74.1% 20
Bike
Response Percent Response Count
All of the time 3.7% 1
Most of the time 3.7% 1
Some of the time 7.4% 2
Never 70.4% 19
Bus
Response Percent Response Count
All of the time 3.7% 1
Some of the time 3.7% 1
Never 74.1% 20
BART
Response Percent Response Count
All of the time 18.5% 5
Most of the time 3.7% 1
Some of the time 7.4% 2
Never 66.7% 18

If you typically walk or bike for travel, what motivates you to do so (check all that apply)?

Response Percent Response Count
Exercise 78.6% 22
Reduce my impact on the environment 39.3% 11
Dislike driving/finding parking 17.9% 5
Save money 21.4% 6
Do not own a car 3.6% 1
Less stressful 21.4% 6
Feels safer 3.6% 1
I don't walk or bike for non-commute travel 25.0% 7

If you use a privately-owned vehicle as your primary mode of transportation, what are some of the main reasons for this choice?

Response Percent Response Count
Quickest travel time 77.8% 21
Convenience 77.8% 21
Feeling of greater safety 33.3% 9
Public transit is not close enough to my home 25.9% 7
Public transit is not close enough to my work 22.2% 6
Limited infrastructure (i.e., not enough sidewalks, bike lanes, parking for BART/carpool) 25.9% 7
Other 37.0% 10

If you do not currently carpool to work, please select all the applicable reasons that prevent you from doing so.

Response Percent Response Count
No or limited carpooling services available 32.0% 8
I am unemployed/retired/working from home 16.0% 4
I need a car to run errands during break periods 28.0% 7
I need a car to drop off/pick up family members 36.0% 9
Other 40.0% 10

What would convince you to ride a bicycle more often? (check all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Shorter distance from my home to my destination 40.7% 11
More bicycle lanes and trails 48.1% 13
More bicycle parking 29.6% 8
Slower traffic speeds 18.5% 5
Bike Share program 3.7% 1
Nothing 29.6% 8
Other 18.5% 5

What would convince you to walk more often? (check all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Wider sidewalks 22.2% 6
More sidewalk lighting and safety 29.6% 8
Traffic safety improvements at pedestrian crossings 25.9% 7
Higher visibility crosswalks 14.8% 4
More frequent crosswalks 14.8% 4
Reducing crossing distance 18.5% 5
More stores and services in my neighborhood 55.6% 15
More shaded sidewalks 40.7% 11
Nothing 14.8% 4
Other 22.2% 6

What is your zip code?

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Do you own or rent your home?

Response Percent Response Count
Own 75.9% 22
Rent 24.1% 7

What is your age?

Response Percent Response Count
25-34 24.1% 7
35-54 55.2% 16
55-64 3.4% 1
65+ 17.2% 5

How did you hear about this survey?

Response Percent Response Count
City employee 3.4% 1
City website 17.2% 5
City flyer 3.4% 1
Peachjar 10.3% 3
City Tweet 3.4% 1
Friend/Neighbor 17.2% 5
Other 51.7% 15
William Fontes
June 7, 2019, 5:23 PM
  • On which environmental area should the City focus its resources? Please rank the level of priority for each topic. (1 equals lowest priority and 5 equals highest priority.)
    • Energy efficiency upgrades for residential and commercial buildings to reduce a building’s energy use for heating, cooling, lighting, etc. - 1
    • Advanced energy efficiency requirements for new commercial and residential construction resulting in low energy use for heating, cooling, lighting, etc., once occupied - 1
    • Solar panel installation on residential and commercial buildings - 1
    • Develop local community solar energy sources by promoting installation of solar carports, rooftop solar on large commercial business parks, etc. - 1
    • Driverless transportation focused on shared mobility - 1
    • Electric vehicle (EV) charging station infrastructure - 1
    • Bicycle/Pedestrian infrastructure - 1
    • Water Conservation - 1
    • Waste Reduction and Recycling - 2
    • Landscapes and Open Space - 2
    • Stormwater pollution prevention/creek protection - 1
    • Flood Prevention - 2
  • How problematic do you think each of the following climate-related hazards will be for Dublin in the future?
    • Increased temperatures and heat waves - Not at all serious
    • Increased wildfire - Not at all serious
    • Flooding and more severe rainstorms - Not at all serious
    • Mudslide/landslide - Not at all serious
    • Drought - Not at all serious
    • Poor air quality - Not at all serious
  • How concerned are you about the impacts of climate change (listed in the previous question) on the following areas?
    • Public health - Not at all concerned
    • Homes and property values - Not at all concerned
    • Well-being of future generations - Not at all concerned
    • Economic vitality of Dublin community - Not at all concerned
    • Public infrastructure - Not at all concerned
  • How important is it that the City of Dublin implements programs and policies that protect the environment?
    • Not at all
  • What motivates you most to invest in energy upgrades for your home? Please rank the reasons below from lowest to highest motivation. (1 equals lowest motivation and 5 equals highest.)
    • Lower my environmental impact - 1
    • Make my home more comfortable - 1
    • Save money on utility bills - 4
    • Improve indoor air quality - 1
  • What have you done (or what do you want to do) to reduce energy usage at your residence?
    • Install a high-efficiency heating and air conditioning system - Completed
    • Seal air leaks in walls, windows, ducts, etc. - Completed
    • Install a high-efficiency water heater - Not interested
    • Plant shade trees - Not interested
    • Change light bulbs to energy-efficient models (LED) - Not interested
    • Replace appliances with energy-efficient models - Not interested
    • Upgrade your home’s insulation - Want to do
    • Install solar panels - Not interested
    • Install high-efficiency windows (double-paned) - Completed
  • Would you be willing to switch to all electric appliances (i.e., on-demand hot water, electric or induction stoves, electric furnace)?
    • No
  • What are some of the barriers that would keep you from completing energy upgrades?
    • Do not own the property - Least important
    • Cost - More important
    • Minimal financial or energy savings - More important
    • Concern upgraded technologies will not perform as well - More important
    • Safety issues - Least important
  • What have you already done (or what do you want to do) to reduce water usage?
    • Install water-conserving faucets and showerheads - Not interested
    • Replace older toilets with a new low-flow model - Not interested
    • Adjust timers or install a new water-efficient irrigation system - Have done
    • Replace lawns with drought-resistant plants (use xeriscaping) - Not interested
    • Modify the length of showers to conserve water - Not interested
  • How often do you typically use the following methods to run errands and get to other non-work destinations?
    • Personal Car - All of the time
    • Lyft/Uber - Some of the time
    • Carpool - Never
    • Walk - Some of the time
    • Bike - Never
    • Bus - Never
    • BART - Never
  • How often do you typically use the following methods to get to work?
    • Personal Car - Never
    • Lyft/Uber - Never
    • Carpool - Never
    • Walk - Never
    • Bike - Never
    • Bus - Never
    • BART - Never
  • If you typically walk or bike for travel, what motivates you to do so (check all that apply)?
    • Exercise
    • I don't walk or bike for non-commute travel
  • If you use a privately-owned vehicle as your primary mode of transportation, what are some of the main reasons for this choice?
    • Quickest travel time
    • Convenience
    • Feeling of greater safety
    • Public transit is not close enough to my home
    • Public transit is not close enough to my work
    • Limited infrastructure (i.e., not enough sidewalks, bike lanes, parking for BART/carpool)
    • Other - This is not the 1800’s
  • If you do not currently carpool to work, please select all the applicable reasons that prevent you from doing so.
    • I am unemployed/retired/working from home
  • What would convince you to ride a bicycle more often? (check all that apply)
    • Nothing
  • What would convince you to walk more often? (check all that apply)
    • Nothing
  • What is your zip code?
    94568
  • Do you own or rent your home?
    • Own
  • What is your age?
    • 55-64
  • How did you hear about this survey?
    • Other - Nextdoor
  • Please share any additional ideas or comments about how Dublin can meet our goal of protecting human health and our environment.
    Man made climate change is a hoax!
  • Would you be interested in learning more about ways you can help increase the environmental sustainability of Dublin? (If so, please include the topic(s) you would like to learn more about and your contact information.)
    No response.
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Energy efficiency upgrades for residential and commercial buildings to reduce a building’s energy use for heating, cooling, lighting, etc.
Advanced energy efficiency requirements for new commercial and residential construction resulting in low energy use for heating, cooling, lighting, etc., once occupied
Solar panel installation on residential and commercial buildings
Develop local community solar energy sources by promoting installation of solar carports, rooftop solar on large commercial business parks, etc.
Driverless transportation focused on shared mobility
Electric vehicle (EV) charging station infrastructure
Bicycle/Pedestrian infrastructure
Water Conservation
Waste Reduction and Recycling
Landscapes and Open Space
Stormwater pollution prevention/creek protection
Flood Prevention
Not at all serious
Not so serious
Somewhat serious
Very serious
Extremely serious
Increased temperatures and heat waves
Increased wildfire
Flooding and more severe rainstorms
Mudslide/landslide
Drought
Poor air quality
Not at all concerned
Not so concerned
Somewhat concerned
Very concerned
Extremely concerned
Public health
Homes and property values
Well-being of future generations
Economic vitality of Dublin community
Public infrastructure
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Lower my environmental impact
Make my home more comfortable
Save money on utility bills
Improve indoor air quality
Completed
Want to do
Want to learn more
Not interested
Install a high-efficiency heating and air conditioning system
Seal air leaks in walls, windows, ducts, etc.
Install a high-efficiency water heater
Plant shade trees
Change light bulbs to energy-efficient models (LED)
Replace appliances with energy-efficient models
Upgrade your home’s insulation
Install solar panels
Install high-efficiency windows (double-paned)
Least important
Somewhat important
More important
Most important
Do not own the property
Cost
Time and effort
Minimal financial or energy savings
Concern upgraded technologies will not perform as well
Safety issues
Have done
Want to do
Want to learn more
Not interested
Install water-conserving faucets and showerheads
Replace older toilets with a new low-flow model
Adjust timers or install a new water-efficient irrigation system
Replace lawns with drought-resistant plants (use xeriscaping)
Modify the length of showers to conserve water
All of the time
Most of the time
Some of the time
Never
Personal Car
Lyft/Uber
Carpool
Walk
Bike
Bus
BART
All of the time
Most of the time
Some of the time
Never
Personal Car
Lyft/Uber
Carpool
Walk
Bike
Bus
BART
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