Help your neighbors decide the future of a city-owned lot at Howard and Ashland. Join the Metropolitan Planning Council, in partnership with 49th ward alderwoman, fellow community members, and a team of development professionals to create specific, realistic, community-based plans for the site near the Howard CTA Station. 

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* 1. What is your role in Rogers Park?

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* 2. Where do you live in Rogers Park? 

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* 3. If you live in Rogers Park, do you rent or own? 

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* 4. How old are you? 

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* 5. How do you self-identify? 

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* 6. Does the area near Howard and Ashland need more places for indoor exercise (e.g. pools, gyms, dance studios, fitness classes, etc.) ?

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* 7. Does the area near Howard and Ashland need more places for outdoor exercise (e.g. walking, playing sports, bicycling, playgrounds, etc.) ? 

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* 8. How easy or difficult is it to get healthy foods in the area around Howard and Ashland?

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* 9. Does Rogers Park need more places to gather with friends, family and neighbors? 

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* 10. How easy or difficult is it to find health services (e.g. flu shot, COVID-19 testing, STI testing, mental health services) in this area? 

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* 11. I would like to see more ____ at the corner of Howard & Ashland

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* 12. Are there local needs—from services to retail options —that you’d like to see in this part the community? If so, what?

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* 13. What are specific examples of services, retail, housing, other uses that you would like to see here?

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* 14. How do you feel about your experience of the area – Howard & Ashland (Safety, easy to navigate, good place to meet people)

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* 15. What would you do to improve it?

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* 16. What do you think needs to happen to ensure that Rogers Park continues to grow and thrive while supporting its existing residents?

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