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What would you like to tell the City Council about the parking issues discussed at the November 16 Town Hall?

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How did you participate in the November 16 Parking Town Hall?

Response Percent Response Count
Attended in person 16.1% 5
Attended via Zoom 41.9% 13
Watched on YouTube or Facebook 19.4% 6
Didn't participate 22.6% 7

Select the ways you are involved in the Joaquin (south campus) Neighborhood (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
College Student 83.9% 26
Live in the neighborhood 61.3% 19
Own property in the neighborhood 6.5% 2
Work or do business in the neighborhood 9.7% 3
Other 9.7% 3

What comments would you like to share with the City Council about the parking management proposal?

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November 23, 2021, 9:14 AM
  • How did you participate in the November 16 Parking Town Hall?
    • Didn't participate
  • Select the ways you are involved in the Joaquin (south campus) Neighborhood (select all that apply)
    • Live in the neighborhood
  • What comments would you like to share with the City Council about the parking management proposal?

    Revenue is needed to make parking, driving, and biking in the area more safe and enjoyable.
    More parking is needed in Joaquin so students will not double park.
    A stoplight is needed at 800 N 400 E since thousands of students cross that intersection to reach the BYU campus, and others visit the Duck Pond; drivers use that street like a dragstrip between 100 E and 700 E.
    400 East needs re-paving due to many potholes and repair patches; 200 East needs re-paving because the last paving left waves and ripples and gaps in the asphalt.

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