City of Everett Comprehensive Plan Update

 
1. Do you live in the City?
2. If you live in the City, what part?
3. Do you work in the City?
4. If you work in the City, what part?
5. If you are not a resident of Everett, where do you live?
6. What other communities in Washington do you like to visit and what is it that attracts you to visit them?
7. What do you think has been the most positive change to occur in Everett over the past 10 years and why?
8. What do you think has been the most negative change to occur in Everett over the past 10 years and why?
9. What do you believe are Everett's greatest strengths/assets?
10. What should the City do to build upon and enhance these strengths/assets?
11. What do you believe are Everett's weaknesses?
12. What should the City do to overcome or minimize these weaknesses?
13. If Everett is to accommodate an additional 30,000 housing units by 2035, where should the City encourage future housing growth to occur (select all that you support)?
14. What do you think are the most critical local transportation improvements Everett should make (select your top three priorities, with “1” for top priority, “2” for second priority and “3” for third priority)?
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More vehicle capacity on major streets, even if it means impacts to residential or commercial areas
More sidewalks and pedestrian paths/bike trails where they don’t exist today
More bicycle opportunities on existing streets
More frequent and/or expanded transit service
15. What do you think are the most critical regional transportation improvements that would benefit Everett in the future (select your top three priorities, using same numbering as above)?
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Reduced travel time for employees who live outside Everett commuting to jobs in Everett
Reduced travel time for residents of Everett commuting to jobs outside of Everett
Light rail service from areas located south of Everett to Boeing and southwest Everett and on to Everett Station
Light rail service along Interstate 5 from areas located south of Everett to Everett Station
High-capacity bus transit service between north Snohomish County and Everett
16. If you had a total budget of $100 to allocate to City-funded public services, how much would you provide for each of the following services? You may allocate as much or as little as you wish to any type of service, as long as the total allocated to all services does not exceed $100.
17. If you had a total budget of $100 to allocate to City-owned facilities, how much would you provide for each of the following facilities? You may allocate as much or as little as you wish to any type of facility, as long as the total allocated to all facilities does not exceed $100.
18. What strategies do you think can help make housing more affordable for moderate- and low-income residents?
19. What do you think should be done to help ensure that new development, where permitted, is compatible with existing neighborhoods?
20. Should the City require preservation of historic buildings?
21. What trends in demographics do you think will affect growth and planning for the future? How?
22. What trends in housing do you think will affect growth and planning for the future? How?
23. What trends in transportation do you think will affect growth and planning for the future? How?
24. Do you have concerns about adding more housing, population or jobs in Everett? If so, what are they?
25. What other specific comments do you have that the City should consider as we update Everett’s Growth Management Comprehensive Plan?
26. The deadline for submitting your responses to this survey is January 15, 2014. If you would like to be notified of future opportunities to provide input into the Comprehensive Plan update, please indicate below how you would prefer to be notified:
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