Community Input Survey

The Find It, Fix It Community Walks are a series of Mayor-led walks that help to improve neighborhoods one block at a time. During these walks, neighbors, police, and City officials walk together to identify physical elements in the neighborhood that make it feel unsafe or poorly maintained.

This survey is used to identify community concerns such as overgrown trees, graffiti, street light outages, litter, and damaged sidewalks. Once the elements are identified, the City and community work together to fix the problems. 

* What neighborhood do you live/work in?

* List concerns in your neighborhood. Be as specific as possible and be sure to include a location for each concern.

* Up to $3,000 in funds are available to support a volunteer-led community improvement project (examples include litter pick-up, graffiti paint out, community gardening, or community mural). Do you have any ideas for a project? What Project do you think could benefit North Beacon Hill and why?

* Are you interested in joining the Community Walk Action Team to determine the neighborhood concerns that are addressed in the Find It, Fix It Event and to help plan a service project?

* What is your first name?

* What is your last name?

* What is your email address?

Information is used only to notify you of when and where the Find It, Fix It Community Walk will take place and the status of your concerns.