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The Midtown Alliance is asking for the community’s input and perceptions on a wide range of topics to improve the neighborhood.
The 2019 Community Survey aims to collect important data the organization will use to make Midtown a better place to live and work, according to program materials. Topics covered include shopping, transportation, the use of public spaces and public safety initiatives.
“We’ll use the results to plan for emerging issues and improve our programs,” survey materials read. “We haven’t done this since 2016, so it will be interesting to see what has changed.”
Answers will be kept confidential and will be summarized so that responses cannot be linked to respondents, according to survey materials. It takes about 10 minutes to complete the survey, and the results will be shared later this summer.