Last year, you probably heard about the debate over a proposed commercial zipline and ropes course in Lincoln Park. The July 10, 2012 public meeting that gave Fauntleroy residents an opportunity to voice their concerns was organized by the Fauntleroy Community Association (FCA).
The FCA has served the community since 1980, when neighbors came together to fight a proposed expansion of the ferry dock. Our purpose is “to consider and act on concerns affecting the quality of life and character of the Fauntleroy community.”
We are proud of our accomplishments on many issues — transportation, traffic, public safety, environmental stewardship, and community fun. We are pleased to offer a website (www.Fauntleroy.net), quarterly print newsletter (“Neighbors”), and a Facebook page. We are proud of how the community comes together for long-range planning as well as emerging issues.
As we look toward the future, the FCA Board of Directors wants input from you — and all members of our community — on where we should focus efforts going forward. Following is a 15 question survey, which should take 3–5 minutes to complete.
We value your input!
P.S. We do not sell or share our contact list, and individual responses will be kept confidential unless you indicate otherwise.