Public Comment Survey

Want to tell your civic leaders what your community should be like in 20-30 years?

Want to tell them which issues you feel are most important?

Here’s your chance!

The City of Oakwood is updating their Comprehensive Plan that will help guide development and capital projects.  This plan is updated every five years and Oakwood can only achieve its vision if it knows what that vision is, so please take part in this process and tell us what you'd like the city to focus on.  All comments will be read and incorporated into the Comprehensive Plan, and all responses will be kept confidential.   

Please share your thoughts on the direction Oakwood should aim towards and attend the Public Input Meeting on April 14 at City Hall from 3-5 to learn more about the process and plan.

For specific questions relating to the survey and comp plan you can contact: Dan Schultz, Community Development Director at 770-534-2365 or dschultz@cityofoakwood.net

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* 1. I am submitting comments for Oakwood as a:

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* 2. I would like my community to try to _______ growth and development:

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* 3. New growth and development should be directed toward:

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* 4. Our community's most important asset that should be preserved in the future is:

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* 5. Our community's biggest liability that should be changed in the future is:

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* 6. With respect to economic development, our top priorities should be (pick 2):

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* 7. With respect to housing, our most important needs are (pick 2):

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* 8. With respect to historic and cultural resources, our most important issues are (pick 2):  

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* 9. For the following public services, please rank them in order of importance (1-8 with 1 being the most important):

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* 10. For the following quality of life issues, please rank them in order of importance (1-5 with 1 being the most important):

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* 11. Highway development can attract significant growth and development. Regarding these vital corridors in Oakwood, please rank the following in order of importance (1-6 with 1 being the most important):

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