Please share your review of the Life on State Plan recommendations.

The plan is the first step toward changing zoning, funding and building improvements, and working toward better mobility. Your responses help us understand if the plan meets your expectations and how we can best fulfill the vision for Life on State moving forward.

This questionnaire has ten questions and should take about 10 minutes to complete. You will review drawings, maps and results and then respond. It may be helpful to read the Plan or Executive Summary online first for better page formatting, and to explore the ideas more.

If you wish to send a general comment or question, visit us at lifeonstate.com

What are your priorities for the Life on State study area? (please rank)

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* 1. What are your priorities for the Life on State study area? (please rank)

  The least important A little important Average importance Very important The most important
Making the street safer for walkers, bikers and cars.
Adding more trees, trails and open space.
Improving public transit.
Adding housing to the neighborhood.
Minimizing driving delay and congestion
The Land Use Scenarios and Street Design Options show a range of future changes possible. The four options reflect likely development and shifts in character with each degree of change and investment. Click here if you wish to open the scenario/graphics graphics in a new window.

Please rate how you think each scenario/concept achieves the goals of Life on State.

Concept 1 (Business as Usual) includes:
- No change to roadway conditions.
- City zoning and development regulations remain unchanged, favoring lower densities and commercial buildings.
- Minimal growth and development outside of SLC and SSL downtown.
Concept 1

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* 2.
The Land Use Scenarios and Street Design Options show a range of future changes possible. The four options reflect likely development and shifts in character with each degree of change and investment. Click here if you wish to open the scenario/graphics graphics in a new window.

Please rate how you think each scenario/concept achieves the goals of Life on State.

Concept 1 (Business as Usual) includes:
- No change to roadway conditions.
- City zoning and development regulations remain unchanged, favoring lower densities and commercial buildings.
- Minimal growth and development outside of SLC and SSL downtown.
Concept 1

  No improvement Modest improvement Vast improvement Goes too far (too extreme)
Making the street safer for walkers, bikers and cars
Adding more trees, trails and open space
Improving public transit
Adding housing to the neighborhood
Minimizing driving delays
How well do you think CONCEPT 2 achieves the goals of Life on State?

Concept 2 includes:  
- New landscaped medians and street trees.
- New city regulations that favor compact, urban development, including housing and mixed-use.
- High-density development concentrated in downtown area.
- Little to attract developers of high-density, high-investment projects.
Concept 2

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* 3.
How well do you think CONCEPT 2 achieves the goals of Life on State?

Concept 2 includes:  
- New landscaped medians and street trees.
- New city regulations that favor compact, urban development, including housing and mixed-use.
- High-density development concentrated in downtown area.
- Little to attract developers of high-density, high-investment projects.
Concept 2

  No improvement Modest improvement Vast improvement Goes too far (too extreme)
Making the street safer for walkers, bikers and cars.
Adding more trees, trails and open space.
Improving public transit
Adding housing to the neighborhood
Minimizing driving delays
How well do you think CONCEPT 3 achieves the goals of Lifeon State?

Concept 3 includes:
- New landscaped medians and street trees.
- Upgraded transit facilities
- Wider sidewalks
- New city regulations that favor compact, urban development, including housing and mixed-use.
- High-density development concentrated in downtown area.
- Increased appeal to developers of high-density, high-investment commercial projects.
Concept 3

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* 4.
How well do you think CONCEPT 3 achieves the goals of Lifeon State?

Concept 3 includes:
- New landscaped medians and street trees.
- Upgraded transit facilities
- Wider sidewalks
- New city regulations that favor compact, urban development, including housing and mixed-use.
- High-density development concentrated in downtown area.
- Increased appeal to developers of high-density, high-investment commercial projects.
Concept 3

  No improvement Modest improvement Vast improvement Goes too far (too extreme)
Making the street safer for walkers, bikers and cars.
Adding more trees, trails and open space.
Improving public transit
Adding housing to the neighborhood.
Minimizing driving delays
How well do you think CONCEPT 4 (either variation)achieves the goals of Life on State?
Concept 4 includes:
- New landscaped medians and street trees.
- A curbside priority lanes for parking and transit, possibly separated from through traffic by a landscaped median.
- Upgraded transit facilities
- Wider sidewalks or a protected bike lane
- New city regulations that favor compact, urban development, including housing and mixed-use.
- High-density development concentrated in downtown area.
- Appeal to developers of high-density, high-investment mixed use and housing projects.

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* 5. How well do you think CONCEPT 4 (either variation)achieves the goals of Life on State?
Concept 4 includes:
- New landscaped medians and street trees.
- A curbside priority lanes for parking and transit, possibly separated from through traffic by a landscaped median.
- Upgraded transit facilities
- Wider sidewalks or a protected bike lane
- New city regulations that favor compact, urban development, including housing and mixed-use.
- High-density development concentrated in downtown area.
- Appeal to developers of high-density, high-investment mixed use and housing projects.

  No improvement A little improvement Modest improvement Vast improvement Goes too far (too extreme)
Making the street safer for walkers, bikers and cars.
Adding more trees, trails and open space.
Improving public transit.
Adding housing to the neighborhood.
Minimizing driving delays
The Catalytic Sites show how different design strategies could improve the street and neighborhood. These are locations where redevelopment is likely and changes could make the greatest immediate impact. Click here to open a new window to see the site plans and visualizations together.

Please rate how you think each Catalytic Site achieves the Life on State goals.
Site 1 

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* 6. The Catalytic Sites show how different design strategies could improve the street and neighborhood. These are locations where redevelopment is likely and changes could make the greatest immediate impact. Click here to open a new window to see the site plans and visualizations together.

Please rate how you think each Catalytic Site achieves the Life on State goals.
Site 1 

  One star (the worst) Two stars Three stars Four stars Five stars (the best)
Improve Safety and Security
Improve Identity of Place
Expand Connectivity
Optimize Mobility
Drive Economic Prosperity
Support Equitable Living Opportunities 
Encourage Healthy & Sustainable Living
How well does Site 2 achieve the Life on State goals?

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* 7. How well does Site 2 achieve the Life on State goals?

  One star (the worst) Two stars Three stars Four stars Five stars (the best)
Improve Safety and Security
Improve Identity of Place
Expand Connectivity
Optimize Mobility
Drive Economic Prosperity
Support Equitable Living Opportunities 
Encourage Healthy & Sustainable Living
How  well does Site 3 achieve the Life on State goals?

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* 8. How  well does Site 3 achieve the Life on State goals?

  One star (the worst) Two stars Three stars Four stars Five stars (the best)
Improve Safety and Security
Improve Identity of Place
Expand Connectivity
Optimize Mobility
Drive Economic Prosperity
Support Equitable Living Opportunities 
Encourage Healthy & Sustainable Living
PART 3
The Life on State team used a computer model called Envision Tomorrow to analyze how well each scenario performed on a few key goals. Some goals were more qualitative and were not measured with numbers. 


Reviewing these measures of success, do you agree that the scenarios performed as you expected?

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* 9. PART 3
The Life on State team used a computer model called Envision Tomorrow to analyze how well each scenario performed on a few key goals. Some goals were more qualitative and were not measured with numbers. 


Reviewing these measures of success, do you agree that the scenarios performed as you expected?

Which one of the four scenarios do you hope to see implemented?

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* 10. Which one of the four scenarios do you hope to see implemented?

  First choice (preferred) Second choice Third choice Fourth choice (not preferred)
Scenario 1: Business as Usual
Scenario 2: Streetscape Upgrades
Scenario 3:  Medium Improvements
Scenario 4: Full implementation

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