This survey is intended to gather input from residents for consideration in the development of the Aransas Pass 2018-2028 Comprehensive Plan. The plan will examine existing conditions and provide recommendations concerning housing, land use, economic development, the Central Business District, parks and recreation opportunities, and infrastructure (water, wastewater, drainage, streets).

Your input will help to inform our understanding of the city and the plan recommendations.

* 7. If you moved to Aransas Pass from another community, why did you pick Aransas Pass as your new home? (Select all the apply)

* 8. How would you rate the quality and dependability of the following services/systems?

  Excellent  Very Good Good Fair Poor
Sewer System
Storm Drainage
Telecommunications (Internet, Cell Service, etc.)
Water System

* 9. In your opinion, what are Aransas Pass’ most important transportation issues? (Select up to three)

* 10. How would you rate the overall condition of housing in Aransas Pass?

* 11. How would you rate the importance of the following housing types?

  Very Important Important Not Important No Opinion
Market rate
Geared towards renters
Geared towards first-time home-buyers
Geared towards seniors

* 13. What changes would lead you to visit downtown more often?

* 14. Which of the following businesses would like to have, or to have more of, in downtown Aransas Pass?

* 15. Pick one word to describe Aransas Pass today.

* 16. In your opinion, what are Aransas Pass’ three greatest strengths?

* 17. Please let us know how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about the kind of community you think Aransas Pass should be.

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly Disagree No Opinion
A retirement community – a place where residents can live out their retirement
A bedroom or residential community - a place of residence for people who work outside of Aransas Pass
A tourist destination community - a place for tourists to visit
A rural community – a place where people can “get away from it all”
A family-oriented community – a place where people can safely raise families
A hometown community - a place where people can both live and work
A pedestrian-friendly community - a place where pedestrians and bicycles have priority
An environmental-friendly community - a place where the ecological health of the community is preserved
An urban community – a place with high concentrations of housing and commercial development

* 18. In your opinion, what is the greatest planning challenge facing the city of Aransas Pass in the next 10 years?

* 19. What is the one major improvement or change that you would like to see in Aransas Pass in the next 10 years?