Each year, we ask the NWACA neighborhood for your input to help drive the work of the NWACA Board and Committees. Your priorities for issues and interests help us know where to use our volunteer hours for the best benefit of the whole community.  Thank you for taking a few minutes to answer these questions.

Please respond by February 28, 2020.

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* 1. What areas do you think are most important for NWACA to work on in the coming year? (choose no more than 3)

  First Choice Second Choice Third Choice
Activities and Events for Families
Activities and Services for Senior Citizens
Crime Prevention-Neighborhood Watch Program
Recycling
Traffic Control
Tree Health (including Oak Wilt and drought issues)
Wildfire Prevention- Firewise Program

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* 2. Which civic issues would you like for NWACA to provide information on and to advocate for your concerns? (choose no more than 3)

  First Choice Second Choice Third Choice
Affordable Housing
City Support for Wildfire Mitigation in our Area
Funding for Community Amenities such as Libraries, Parks, and Pools
Homelessness
Property Tax Rates (all jurisdictions)
Short-term Rentals (rentals found on AirBnB, HomeAway, etc.)
Transportation Issues (throughout the neighborhood)
Wildlife Management (managing deer, feral hogs, coyotes, etc.)
Zoning/Planning (new Land Development Code, local zoning cases, etc.)

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* 3. Please rate your awareness and use of these communications media.

  Use a lot Use sometimes Not of interest Don't know about it
NWACA on Facebook
NWACA Notes (weekly email)
NWACA Newsletter (delivered monthly by U.S. Mail to all single-family homes in our boundaries)
NWACA web site:  www.nwaca.org
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* 4. In 2021 the Old Quarry Library on Village Center Drive will undergo a major renovation. District 10 Library Commissioner Deborah Pardo-Kaplan would appreciate your input on the next several questions for general direction and to help guide the community input sessions to be held this year.

How often do you use the Old Quarry Library?

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* 5. If you answered "Never," why do you not use the Old Quarry Library?

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* 6. If you use the Old Quarry Library, for what purposes do you generally use it?

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* 7. What changes would you like to see at the Old Quarry Library when it is renovated? Select those most important to you, and add your own ideas in the "other" response.

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* 8. Are you a current NWACA member (paid in 2019 or 2020)?

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* 9. What is your zip code?

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* 10. What type of household is yours?

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* 11. Please provide other suggestions and comments you have on NWACA activities or services.

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