This year the City of Cuyahoga Falls is exploring how to bring more public art to the City.

This process will establish a vision for public art – what role we want public art to play in Cuyahoga Falls – and provide a roadmap for the City to support projects that achieve that vision.

This survey gives you a chance to share your thoughts about what public art can accomplish for the community and what the best opportunities for new projects might be. It should take you less than ten minutes to complete, and your responses will be anonymous.

For the purposes of this survey, "public art" means an artwork created especially for a place that is accessible to the public. These artworks can come in many forms – murals, sculpture, light are just a few – and are created by professional artists. There are many examples shown with one of the questions below.

By sharing your thoughts, you will help us to better understand your views on public art, where public art would have an impact in the city, and how public art can contribute to a sense of community, pride and engagement.

The deadline for responding is April 26.

Thank you for taking a few minutes to answer this survey. 

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* 1. What public art in Cuyahoga Falls do you like the best?

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* 2. What public artwork have you seen elsewhere that is a great example of what Cuyahoga Falls should aspire to? Why?

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* 3. Why is public art important for Cuyahoga Falls? Public art can:
Check your top five choices.

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* 4. What aspects of Cuyahoga Falls would be most interesting for an artist to explore?
Rank each statement on a scale of one (lowest) to five (highest).

  1 2 3 4 5
Cuyahoga River
History, heritage and traditions
Neighborhood parks and open spaces
Downtown pedestrian experience
Future visions, such as new businesses and sustainability

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* 5. Tell us what makes Cuyahoga Falls special to you. It could be:
•      a special memory that you have
•      a special place, perhaps known only to people in the community
•      an event or a tradition
•      a characteristic or quality of the city
•      an aspect of community life

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