Project Survey

The City of Durham is working on a plan to improve New Hope Creek, Sandy Creek, Mud Creek, and Little Creek Watersheds, which drain into Jordan Lake and are part of the Cape Fear River Basin. The watershed plan will recommend projects to improve water quality. Public input is important and will be considered along with fieldwork data and computer modeling to prioritize proposed projects. For more information, visit the New Hope Creek & Little Creek Watershed Plan webpage.
Thanks for taking this survey! Please respond by October 31, 2020.

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* 1. Do you live or work in New Hope Creek, Sandy Creek, Mud Creek or Little Creek watersheds? (See watershed map below.)

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Watershed Map

Map showing New Hope Creek, Sandy Creek, and Little Creek watersheds

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* 2. How often do you spend time outdoors in New Hope Creek, Sandy Creek, Mud Creek or Little Creek watersheds?

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* 3. Do you think that the creeks, lakes, and open lands in New Hope Creek, Sandy Creek, Mud Creek, and Little Creek watersheds are an asset to the community? 

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* 4. How would you describe the creeks, lakes, and open lands in New Hope Creek, Sandy Creek, Mud Creek, and Little Creek watersheds?

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* 5. Please rank the following goals in terms of importance to you and your family or community (with the 1 being the most important):

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* 6. Have you observed any specific problems either in or along creeks, lakes, and open lands in New Hope Creek, Sandy Creek, Mud Creek, and Little Creek watersheds? If so, please describe.

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* 7. Are there specific places in the watershed that should be considered for protection or as a location that could treat stormwater? If yes, please describe.

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* 8. The City of Durham maintains a stormwater hotline for anonymous reporting of potential pollution issues: (919) 560-SWIM.  Do you have suggestions for improving community support and participation in this hotline program?  

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* 9. Do you have any other comments about the project or suggestions for other ways to reach residents that might not be likely to attend a conventional or virtual public meeting?

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* 10. How did you hear about this project?  Please check all that apply and add any details that may help us with future communications. 

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* 11. Due to Covid-19, a virtual call-in public information session via Zoom will be held September 23, 2020, instead of an in-person meeting. Did you attend/do you plan to attend the virtual meeting?

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* 12. If you answered yes above, how did you/how do you plan to participate?

YOUR VOICE MATTERS! The City of Durham wants all residents of Durham to have equitable access to project information and the opportunity to provide input about the project. The following demographic questions are optional, but your answers will help to make are our outreach efforts are effective at reaching the entire Durham community.

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* 13. What is your zip code?

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* 14. Are you a renter or a homeowner?

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* 15. What is the highest level of formal education that you have completed?

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* 16. What is your primary language?

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* 17. Do you consider yourself a person with disabilities?

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* 18. What is your gender?

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* 19. What is your age?

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* 20. What is your annual household income

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* 21. What best describes you? Select all that apply.

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