Your participation is required to shape the future! Please fill out this important survey.

Comprehensive planning is a process that determines goals and aspirations in terms of community development for the future. Wisconsin state statutes requires a plan update every ten years to guide land use, utilities, transportation, economic development, recreation, housing, and the environment.  What would Combined Locks be like if you had the power to make it any way you wanted? How will it look in 2045?  Tell us!

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* 1. Who are we? Fill in the boxes below with up to five words or short thoughts for each row which you feel contributes to or explains the “identity” of Combined Locks?

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* 2. Please indicate the importance of the following areas Combined Locks should focus on in the future. (Scale of 1-4, with 1 being not at all important and 4 being very important.)

  1 (less important) 2 3 4 (very important)
Facilitating a vibrant economy
Protecting natural resources
Enhancing access to parks and public spaces
Improving transit services
Enhancing access to opportunities for biking and walking
Providing efficient and responsive community services
Facilitating more affordable housing options
Providing more housing types 

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* 3. What is your current perception of the following quality of life factors for the Village? (Scale of 1-4, where 1 is poor and 4 is excellent.)

  1 (poor) 2 3 4 (excellent)
Housing affordability
Quality of housing options
K-12 education opportunities
Being able to “age in place”
Employment opportunities
Community character/appearance
Availability of retail goods/services
Overall cost of living
Healthcare options
Outdoor recreation opportunities
Entertainment opportunities
Overall transportation network
Village services
Broadband connectivity

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* 4. What new opportunities do you think will arise in the future as the Village continues to grow and develop?

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* 5. What new issues do you think will arise in the future as the Village continues to grow and develop?

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