Shelbyville is updating the City's Comprehensive Plan! A Comprehensive Plan helps property owners, businesses, and community leaders organize and guide public and private investment for the City. 
 
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Let us know how you think Shelbyville should prioritize growth, development, and preservation through the year 2040.

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* 1. Do you live in Shelbyville?

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* 2. What is your age range:

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* 3. Please rank the following items in terms of their importance to the quality of life in the City of Shelbyville:

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* 4. Please list your top three hindrances to quality of life in the City of Shelbyville:

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* 5. Please rank the following items in terms of their importance to the future development of the City of Shelbyville:

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* 6. Does the City need more, less, or about the same of the following types of development:

  More Less About the Same
Single Family Residential
Multifamily Residential
Retail
Restaurant
Office
Master Planned Developments with mixture of residential uses, retail uses, and office uses
Industrial

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* 7. Along which corridors in the City would you encourage commercial and employment growth over the next 20 years?


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* 8. Where in the City would you encourage multifamily (apartments, townhomes, condos) development over the next 20 years?

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* 9. Where in the City would you prefer to see less development of any kind over the next 20 years?


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* 10. Rank the top issues the City should consider in making future development decisions:

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* 11. How would you characterize the design of the commercial/retail areas in Shelbyville:

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* 12. Is it Very Important, Important, or Not Important for Shelbyville to have housing that is:

  Very Important Important Not Important
Affordable
Market Rate
Executive/Estate
Available to first time home buyers
Geared towards Seniors/downsizers

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* 13. How important is it to provide areas exclusively for walking and bicycling throughout Shelbyville?

  Very Important Important Not Important
On-street Walking/Pedestrian Facilities
On-street Bicycle Facilities
Off-street Walking/Pedestrian Facilities
Off-street Bicycle Facilities
On-street Shared/Mulituse Facilities (greenways or trails)
Off-street Shared/Mulituse Facilities (greenways or trails)

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* 14. Do you feel there is a need for more of the following:

  Yes No No Opinion
Recreational/Athletic
Entertainment
Restaurants
 Public Transit
Shopping
Public Gathering/Civic Spaces (Expanded Duck River Greenway/amphitheater, Event Lawn, etc.)

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* 15. Any other comments you would like to provide?

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