1. Holladay Park Survey

The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability has asked local high school students involved in a program called PLACE (Planning Leadership Across City Environments) to come up with a design to improve Holladay Park. Thanks to the park's proximity to the nearby MAX station and commercial hubs, there is great potential for meaningful development in the area. In order to come up with a successful design, it is crucial that we get feedback from Portlanders about what changes they would like to see in the park. This survey is completely anonymous and will not be used for commercial purposes.

* 1. What is your age?

* 2. What is your zip code where you live?

* 3. Holladay Park is in the Lloyd District between the Lloyd Mall and the Max stop. Have you ever been to Holladay Park?

* 4. How often do you come to Holladay Park?

* 5. What times of day do you use the park?

* 6. What do you use the park for most often?

* 7. Which of these activities would most you like to see in the park? Choose all that apply.

* 8. How satisfied are you with the following aspects of the park and the surrounding area?

  Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Unsatisfied Very Unsatisfied
Grass Area
Food Options
Proximity to Lloyd Center
Picnic Table
Proximity to Benson High School
Proximity to the Max Station
Social Scene
Safety within the Lloyd District
Public Art
Safety within the Park

* 9. What aspects of Lloyd District draw you to the park? Please choose all that apply.

* 10. In the future, what changes would you like to see in the area in the park?

* 11. Which of these possible changes would cause you to use the surrounding area more?

* 12. Is there anything else concerning Holladay Park and the surrounding area that you'd like to add to this survey?