On February 23, Lynchburg City Council requested staff begin the process of gathering public input regarding how to best honor the rich history and contributions of Lynchburg's African American citizens. This survey is one of several methods the City will use to gather citizen input. The first section of the survey relates to the naming of Fifth Street. The second section is open-ended and intended to gather ideas and suggestions about other ways to commemorate and honor Lynchburg's African American history. The results of this survey, as well as other information, will be compiled and presented to City Council at a later date. Thank you for participating. The deadline for participating in the survey is April 23, 2021.

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* 1. Please select the answer with which you most closely agree.

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* 2. In this section, feel free to share your ideas regarding other ways in which you believe local African American history should be recognized in Lynchburg.

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* 3. Do you live in Lynchburg?

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* 4. Do you own or operate a business that fronts on either Fifth Street or Memorial Avenue?

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* 5. Do you own property that fronts on either Fifth Street or Memorial Avenue?

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* 6. Do you work in Lynchburg?

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* 7. Name

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* 8. If you are completing a paper copy of this survey you may return it in person to the Lynchburg Public Library, 2315 Memorial Avenue or by mail to:

Communications and Public Engagement
900 Church Street
Lynchburg, VA  24504

The deadline to return the survey is April 23, 2021.

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