Public Survey

The Cleaner, Greener Talbot: Plan for Future Livability development is underway. This is an update to the previous 2004 Green Infrastructure Plan. Talbot County's Department of Planning and Zoning is the lead agency for this plan effort.
 
Green Infrastructure encompasses natural environmental assets that form a natural system of interconnected ecological activities, which protect native species while providing the community with clean air, water and significant economic benefits.  Therefore, Green Infrastructure planning assists decision makers and the public to collaborate on preserving and linking natural assets. Green Infrastructure is a resilient approach to managing open spaces, wildlife habitats, and other natural areas that improve and support the community’s quality of life and economy.
 
As part of the process, Talbot County would like your input on Green Infrastructure. The survey consists of 7 questions and will take less than 5 minutes to complete.

Thank you for participating!

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* Where do you live?

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* Are you aware Talbot County has a Green Infrastructure Plan?

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* Which of the following green infrastructure practices, if any, have you installed? (Check all that apply)

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* If you have not engaged in the installation of green infrastructure, why? (Check all that apply)

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* Are you aware of someone in your community that has installed any of the following green infrastructure practices? (Check all that apply)

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* If you were to engage in the installation of green infrastructure in your community or on your property, which of the following would you be most likely to consider? (Check all that apply)

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* How would you best describe the water quality of the creeks, streams, and rivers in your community?

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* Does your community have flooding problems?

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* What would be your community’s PRIMARY motivation for installing green infrastructure? (select only one)

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