Land Development Regulations Update

Thank you for taking the survey. The information will be helpful in fine tuning our land development regulations along the major corridors in Southwest County.

* 1. How would you rate the availability of the following services and amenities along the urban corridors today?

  Very good Good Neutral Poor Not applicable
Availability of diverse housing opportunities
Employment opportunities
Culture & arts
Public events
Shopping
Dining
Parks & open space
Pedestrian mobility
Bicycle mobility
Safety

* 2. What would you like to see along the corridors?

  Need more Neutral Need less No need at all
Multi-family housing (townhomes, apartments, condos, etc.)
Employment opportunities
Culture & arts
Public events
Shopping
Dining
Parks & open space
Sidewalks
Bike Lanes
Safety features

* 3. In terms of employment & services, should there be more or less of the following?

  Need more Neutral Need less No need at all
Medical Offices
Professional Offices
Sit-down Restaurants
Fast food Restaurants
Convenience Stores
Shopping Centers
Big box / Department / Discount stores
Banks
Hotels
Gas Stations
Car Wash Establishments
Auto Repair
Personal Services (e.g., dry cleaners, nail salon, etc.)
Business Services (e.g., copy center, computer repair, etc.)
Mini-Warehouses
Light / Clean Industry, Small Scale Manufacturing, Warehouse
Indoor Recreation (e.g., theatres, bowling alleys, etc.)
Outdoor Recreation (e.g., golf driving range, passive park, playground, mini-golf, athletic fields/courts, etc.)

* 4. What is your preference about building height along this corridor?

  Everywhere Along the Corridors Limited to Specific Areas Along the Corridors Nowhere Along the Corridors
Allow up to 3 Stories (current regulations - ensuring protection of any adjacent single-family homes)
Allow up to 7 Stories (ensuring protection of any adjacent single-family homes)
Allow up to 10 Stories (ensuring protection of any adjacent single-family homes)
Don't Restrict Building Height (ensuring protection of any adjacent single-family homes)

* 5. How important are building design and area character?

  Agree Neutral Don't agree.
Do not regulate building design
Adopt generalized building design standards
Require specific architectural styles

* 6. How should the local government be prioritizing improvements to the corridor?

  Spend it here! Neutral Don't spend it here!
Automotive related improvements (i.e., focus on the cars, traffic flow, volume, signalization, etc.)
Pedestrian and bicycling improvements (i.e., new sidewalks/wider, bike routes/lanes, crosswalk enhancements, etc.)
Parks & open space (i.e., new parks, green space, landscaping, trees, etc)
Infrastructure aesthetics (i.e., more aesthetic street signage, street lights, use of more decorative elements where appropriate, median landscaping where possible, etc.)
Create places for public art (i.e., statues, murals, etc.)
Placemaking (i.e., decorative signage for different areas - Whitfield, Bayshore, to include neighborhood signs and themed street signs, etc.)

* 7. Specific type of business/service/improvement desired?

* 8. Additional thoughts or comments?

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