This survey is an opportunity to provide feedback to an infill development dialogue.

Infill development is defined in the City’s comprehensive plan as the development of vacant lots and parcels within an already built up area. 

As we work to develop strategic recommendations for potential programs, projects, or regulations regarding infill development, we want to better understand your concerns and perceptions related to infill development in Spokane.

This survey will be open until September 12, 2016.  You are also invited to attend the first open house, scheduled for 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on August 30, 2016, in the Chase Gallery of Spokane City Hall, Lower Level, 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd., Spokane, WA. 

Please note that while respondents are encouraged to review the linked presentation materials for the preliminary suggested concepts, a review of these concepts is not necessary to complete the following survey which is intended to gather general feedback regarding infill development from a broad stakeholder base.

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* 1. Do you personally have enough high-quality affordable housing options for your income level and family size?

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* 2. Do you believe there are enough housing options in all areas of the city/all neighborhoods?

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* 3. Do you believe new construction in older, established areas of Spokane reinforces neighborhood character and complements existing structures?

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* 4. Should the City encourage homeownership through creative site arrangements and allow more separately owned units that do not directly front on a public street?

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* 5. Single-family homes on lots wider than 40 feet have no design standards. Should the City extend design standards to all forms of housing? (choose all that apply)

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* 6. the City requires that new housing units provide a minimum of one parking space per unit and additional parking spaces for every bedroom over three. Should the City consider reducing the minimum number of parking spaces required to new developments within 1/4 mile of transit stops?

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* 7. Should the City consider developing public parking structures to reduce the need for surface lots and increase infill development opportunities in Downtown Spokane?

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* 8. Are you concerned about vacant, abandoned, or foreclosed properties in Spokane?

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* 9. How do you experience infill development in Spokane? (choose all that apply)

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* 10. Please enter your home zip code

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