Between Summer 2019 and Spring 2020, the District of Squamish and Squamish Nation are developing a master plan for the Squamish River dike in the Siyich’em Reserve and Eagle Viewing Area, along Government Road.

This survey provides an initial opportunity for stakeholders to voice their values and interests associated with the project site (see study area).

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* 1. Please tell us about yourself (Select all that apply)

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* 2. What is your age?

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* 3. Please describe the frequency of your visits for each location below. (# times/month)

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* 4. Please describe the activities you participate in while in the following areas.

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* 5. How important are the following interests to you in the development of options for flood protection upgrading in the study area? (Check one column for each row)

  Very Unimportant Unimportant Neutral Important Very Important
Park and landscape aesthetics
Public amenities on the dike (e.g., washrooms, benches, etc.)
Parking and access to the eagle viewing area
Trails system and connectivity to other trails
Access to the river for recreational activities
Government Road safety for vehicles, cyclists, and pedestrians
Environmental habitat including fish and bird habitat
Cost implications
Tourism and economic development
Construction impacts on local businesses
Construction impacts on residents

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* 6. What other features would you like to see as part of flood protection along the Eagle Run / Siyich’em reach?

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* 7. Do you have additional comments, questions, or concerns to share?

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* 8. Was enough information provided (e.g., via the survey and project website) to enable you to share input on the questions in this survey? (Please select one)

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* 9. If you are interested in being notified as additional information becomes available please provide your email address:

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* 10. Do you require a project team member to contact you to discuss your comments further?

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