Community Survey for Rail Arts District! (RAD)

Thank you for completing the following survey. Your input is important to the formation of the first art district in the Napa Valley, designated as the Rail Arts District (RAD).

In addition to filling out this survey, we invite you to join us for our first RAD Open House Meeting on January 31, 2017, from 5-7pm at the Napa Valley Wine Train Station.

RAD will feature a diverse representation of public art selected through an open and collaborative process along a 1.7-mile section of Napa Valley Vine Trail. This piece of the trail, currently known as the “Cross Town Commuter Path”, runs parallel to the Wine Train tracks adjacent to semi-industrial and residential neighborhoods located in the heart of the City of Napa from Vallejo Street at Soscol Avenue to Redwood Road at Solano Avenue.  The goal of RAD Napa Valley is to drive improvement and beautification of this vital route through the city while spurring meaningful dialogue, building relationships, empowering our community, and sparking economic opportunities. 

* 1. On a scale of 1-10 what do you think of the RAD as described. (1 = dislike it / 10 = love it)

* 3. In your opinion, how important are each of the following issues?

  Not Important Somewhat Important Important Very Important Extremely Important
Improving safety along the Vine Trail
Encouraging more Vine Trail use
Having local artists involved with projects along the Vine Trail
Engaging local schools in projects along the Vine Trail 
Engaging businesses in projects along the Vine Trail

* 4. What concerns, if any, do you have with establishing a Rail Arts District?

* 5. How would you like to be involved with the Rail Arts District?

* 6. If you would like to be contacted, Please provide the best ways for us to reach you:

* 7. Are there any organizations and/or individuals that you feel would be interested in the Rail Arts District? Feel free to share this survey with anyone. 

* 8. Please provide any other feedback and comments. Thank you for your time.