Welcome to the City of Shelby Economic Development Action Plan Survey

This survey provides Shelby residents and business owners and managers an opportunity to share their ideas about Shelby's economic future. Local leaders need your inputs!

The City of Shelby is a place steeped in history with families, business and industry that reach back generations.  That history provides a strong basis for how the community will succeed and grow its economy moving forward.  The City of Shelby and its Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) want to capitalize on that rich history and determine its path forward for retaining existing business and industry, helping them grow, and attracting new business opportunities to the City.  They hired the Montrose Group to develop an economic development strategic plan to drive the path forward.

The people that live and work in the City of Shelby are asked to provide thoughts and ideas about where the City of Shelby is today, what has worked in the past, and the path the City of Shelby needs to go down to ensure wealth is created for the community, businesses and individuals for the next decade.

The survey will be open until 5 PM on March 3, 2017.

Thank you for participating in our survey. Your feedback is important.

* 1. Do you live in the City Limits of Shelby?

* 2. Do you work in the City Limits of Shelby?

* 3. What is your age?

* 4. How would you rate Shelby as a place to live?

* 5. How would you rate Shelby as a place to work?

* 6. What should be the top three economic development priorities for Shelby?  Pick three.

* 7. How important do you believe economic development incentives are in growing businesses and jobs in the community?

* 8. Rank the most important items to keep and attract residents to Shelby. 1 being the best 10 being the worst.

* 9. What is the probability that you will be living in Shelby five years from now?

* 10. What is the probability that you will be working in Shelby five years from now?

* 11. How would you rate your level of optimism that Shelby's economic base will improve appreciably in the next 5 years?

* 12. Additional Thoughts 

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