A brief survey in three parts

The first page of this survey is all about the draft vision for Bethel Park's plan. Please be sure to check pages two and three for questions on key topics and potential downtown features.

The Blueprint Bethel Park project represents an opportunity to envision and evaluate future scenarios for the community on a grand scale, identifying the type of place that Bethel Park should become and what it would take to get there from here.

A vision statement is the foundation of the plan. It answers the question: What do residents want to see happen here in the long run? 

The first seven questions ask about the draft vision statement below. This statement is the Steering Committee's interpretation of public and stakeholder input, a first stab at articulating a desired future Bethel Park. We need public feedback to make sure the vision captures a broad, consensus view of the future. This is where you come in.

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Draft Vision Statement

Draft Vision Statement

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* 1. "Continue to": Should this phrase be included to suggest that Bethel Park is carrying forward these values from the present?

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* 2. "A livable and walkable community": Do you agree that this is a core value for Bethel Park's future?

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* 3. "Managed by professional leadership:" Which of the following sentiments is closest to your take on this?

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* 4. "Economic development and innovation": Do you agree that this is a core value for Bethel Park's future?

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* 5. "Enhancement of our existing natural and green space areas": Do you agree that this is a core value for Bethel Park's future?

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* 6. "Unique character and heritage": Do you agree that this is a core value for Bethel Park's future?

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* 7. Are there any core values or themes that do not appear in the Draft Vision Statement that you feel should be added?

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