Thank you for participating in this quick survey about neighborhood safety and lighting. Through assessments done as part of the “Lights On OWB!” project we are learning that only about 30% of properties in the West Bayfront neighborhoods have outside lights on in the evening. Part of the goal of this project is to improve lighting and safety to make our community more welcoming and safer for all.

The feedback gathered from this survey will be used by Our West Bayfront and neighborhood associations to make decisions about the use of grant funding for lighting and saftey improvements.

For the Survey, please be as specific as possible about locations so that we can respond most effectively with lighting or other improvements.  

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* 1. What areas in your neighborhood feel the most welcoming? Why?

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* 2. What areas are the least welcoming? Why?

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* 3. What areas are poorly lit at night?

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* 4. Where in your neighborhood might installation of new security cameras be useful?

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* 5. Are there any trees in your neighborhood that block out streetlights or other exterior lighting? Where?

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* 6. Are there any homes in your block that are missing outside lighting fixtures? Where? (Please provide as much detail as possible including address and owners name if you have it)

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* 9. What other ideas or projects you would be interested in exploring in the neighborhood? (Ex. Community Gardens, Trashcans, benches, murals, etc. or others)

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* 10. What other improvements would you like to see made in the neighborhood?

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* 11. Would you be interested in receiving a free LED dusk-til-dawn light bulb? If so please provide contact information in following questions.

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* 12. Would you be willing to distribute light bulbs to your neighbors to encourage more neighbors to leave outside lights on? If so please provide contact information in the next question.

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* 13. Contact Information

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