Purpose of Survey

The purpose of this public opinion survey is to provide community input into the preparation of the City's Comprehensive Plan.  That plan will address a wide range of important issues for Anniston, including land use, mobility, economic development and social issues.  This survey is only one of several different methods for soliciting public input.  This survey will take you approximately 12 minutes to complete, and it is ANONYMOUS, so your identity will not be revealed.  Thank you for your support of this effort by the City to improve the quality of life for all of its citizens.

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* 1. How would you describe the overall quality of life for you as an Anniston resident?  For example, your housing, job opportunities, education, a vibrant downtown, availability of goods and services, parks, recreation and open space, etc.

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* 2. How would you rank the importance of the following issues for Anniston?

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* 3. What types of new jobs do you believe are needed in Anniston?  (please select all that apply)

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* 4. What types of housing  do we need more of in Anniston?  (please select all that apply)

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* 5. Please rank the following needs for Downtown.

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* 6. For each of the parks listed below, please indicate if you think improvements are needed and/or if the park needs to be physically expanded (select all that apply).  If you have no opinion for one or more parks, you can leave those answers blank.  Also, please provide any specific comments at the end of this question.

  Needs Improvements Needs Physical Expansion
Anniston Sports Complex - 356 Summerall Gate Road
Benny Ray Park - 1500 Hawkins Drive
Carver Park & Community Center - 720 West 14th Street
Centennial Memorial Park - 1701 Quintard Avenue
Constantine Park - 1501 Constantine Avenue
Dr. David Satcher Health & Wellness Park/Trail - roughly 15th to 17th Streets between Pine and Walnut Avenues.
Gunter Park - 1308 Boyton Avenue
Hamilton-Ballard Park - 700 Jefferson Avenue
John L. Dunson Park - 1915 Dooley Avenue
John Nettles Park - 214 S. Christine Avenue
LaGarde Park - 4301 McClellan Boulevard
Lincoln Park - 901 Zinn Parkway
Michael Tucker Park & Chief Ladiga Trail - 6514 Weaver Road
Minnie Morris Brown Park - 130 Spruce Avenue
Norwood Hodges Community Center & Park - 3125 Spring Valley Road
Norwood Park - 515 West 28th Street
Pelham Heights Park - 200 Weaver Cave Road
Randolph Park - 1906 Bancroft Avenue
Wiggins Community Center Park - 2202 West 17th Street
Zinn Park - 101 West 14th Street

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* 7. What specific types of recreational facilities are needed in Anniston?  (please select all that apply)

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* 8. Quintard Avenue / Hwy. 21 is a key thoroughfare for Anniston.  If this thoroughfare and adjacent lands were to be physically improved, what types of specific improvements would you like to see?  (please select all that apply)

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* 9. Please tell us what you like about Anniston.

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* 10. Please tell us how you would like to see Anniston change.

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* 11. What is your gender?

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* 12. What is your ethnicity? (Please select all that apply.)

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* 13. What is your age range?

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* 14. What is your annual household income range during a typical recent year (not including any impacts from COVID-19)?

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* 16. In what ZIP code is your home located? (enter 5-digit ZIP code; for example, 00544 or 94305)

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