District-wide Survey Questions

We Want to Hear from You! Thank you for taking our District 3 Community Engagement survey. Your priorities are important to us and we want to hear them to learn about what you think King County is doing well and where you think King County could change or create something better together.

And, so that you are aware, please note that responses to this King County survey are held in public record and may be included in future public disclosure requests by the general public. 

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* 1. Please provide your contact information:

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* 2. What is your age?

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* 3. Are you a Veteran?

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* 4. Environmental Protection: Land use decisions can significantly impact our environment. Rank your priorities 1-5 with 1 = highest priority:

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* 5. Environmental Protection: Are there any other environmental protection priorities that you would like to share?

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* 6. Environmental Protection: Please review the RE+ Waste Reduction program here: https://bit.ly/ReKingCounty. This reducing/recycling program will cut the materials sent to landfills by 70% by 2030. Indicate your support of this program:

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* 7. Farm Protection & Preservation: Agriculture can be deeply impacted by land use decisions and flooding. Rank your priorities from 1-5 with 1 = highest priority:

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* 8. Farm Protection & Preservation: Are there any other farm protection & preservation priorities that you would like to share?

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* 9. Transit: Rank your priorities for transit options in our region from 1-5 with 1 = highest priority:

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* 10. Transit: Are there any other transit priorities that you would like to share?

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* 11. Housing: Rank your priorities for housing resource options in our region from 1-5 with 1 = highest priority:

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* 12. Housing: Are there any other housing priorities that you would like to share?

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* 13. Homelessness: Rate your priorities 1-5 with 1 = most important for addressing this crisis for youth, seniors, veterans, others:

  Not at all important Moderately important Most important
Increase the amount of permanent housing options
Create more housing with integrated services
Allow more emergency shelter options & safe parking lots
Increase outreach by trained outreach providers
Retain existing housing with rental and utility assistance

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* 14. Behavioral Health: Rate your priorities for behavioral health solutions in our region from 1-5 with 5 = most important:

  Not at all important Moderately important Most important
Build short-stay facilities (< 24 hours) in local community
Address out of pocket costs for behavioral health care
Create long-stay care facilities in our region (> 24 hours) 
Develop the workforce for behavioral health services
Increase access / availability of support services like crisis centers, behavioral health, and substance use treatment

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* 15. Have you heard of 988, the free, confidential, 24/7 open line that connects you with trained counselors (in lieu of 911) for those experiencing depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, substance use crisis or other crises?

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* 16. Do you live in Incorporated or Unincorporated King County?

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