Vision and Values Workshop - Online Survey

The Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan will consider the city’s opportunities and challenges and address the growth that is expected to occur over the next two decades.  The following questions will help define our shared vision and prioritize our community values. 

City of Charlotte Poll:
What zip code do you live in?

Charlotte City Council adopted the following vision statement in 2018:

“Charlotte is America’s Queen City, opening her arms to a diverse and inclusive community of residents, businesses, and visitors alike; a safe family-oriented city where people work together to help everyone thrive.”

City of Charlotte Poll:
Charlotteans have shared their opinion about what’s important for this community throughout recent engagement efforts. This process is building off that input while also collecting new ideas. Please identify which of the following Values reflect your top three priorities for our community:
Diverse and Inclusive Community
Equitable Access and Development
Strong Neighborhoods
Thriving Economy
Affordability and Housing Choice
Transportation Choices
Distinctive Character
Walkable Neighborhoods
Build Community Capital
Inviting Spaces
Outdoor Recreation
Healthy Environment and Tree Canopy
Combat Displacement
Select a response
City of Charlotte Poll:
Are there any community Values missing from this list?
City of Charlotte Poll:
Current trends in Charlotte indicate that there is an imbalance between where people live and where jobs are available, especially jobs to match their skills. Thinking about the anticipated job growth over the next 20-25 years (more than 200,000 new jobs are expected), how beneficial are recent trends and the current direction for the City as a whole?
Very Good
Good
Neutral
Bad
Very Bad
Select a response
City of Charlotte Poll:
Thinking about the anticipated job growth over the next 20-25 years (more than 200,000 new jobs are expected), how beneficial are recent trends and the current direction for your neighborhood?
Very Good
Good
Neutral
Bad
Very Bad
Select a response
City of Charlotte Poll:
National trends indicate that when deciding where to live, people tend to want to be within walking or biking distance of amenities such as shops and restaurants. With limited land available in locations accessible to services and the rising cost of housing, what type(s) of housing are the highest priority for Charlotte to develop over the next 20 years? (choose up to 3)
Affordable Housing (targeting low income households)
Workforce Housing (targeting middle income households)
Housing in Center City
Housing near Neighborhood Shops and Restaurants
Senior Housing
Housing for Families
Other
Select a response
City of Charlotte Poll:
Related to housing growth and development, has the city’s growth and increase in housing values been beneficial for your neighborhood?
Very Good
Good
Neutral
Bad
Very Bad
Select a response
City of Charlotte Poll:
Displacement and gentrification are concerns in many growing cities, including Charlotte. Have you or someone you know been involuntarily displaced from their home in the last 10 years?
Yes
No
Not Sure
Select a response
City of Charlotte Poll:
The City is responsible for public investment projects which strive to improve neighborhoods throughout Charlotte. In recent years, what areas of public investment do you believe the City is doing best in? (choose up to 3)
"Public" Spaces
Transit Service
Quality of Streets
Sidewalk Completion
Bicycle Network
Community Centers / Facilities
Other
None
Select a response
City of Charlotte Poll:
Providing transportation choices has been a significant policy direction over the past 2 decades. Which types of transportation do you feel have become easier to use over the last 10 years? (choose as many as you want)
Driving
Walking
Biking
Bus
Light Rail/Streetcar
E-Scooting
Car share
Other
Select a response
City of Charlotte Poll:
In the future, what types of transportation do you think should be prioritized for improvement? (choose up to 3)
Driving
Walking
Biking
Bus
Light Rail/Streetcar
E-Scooting
Car share
Other
Select a response
City of Charlotte Poll:
Charlotte’s public park system ranks 97th among the nation’s top 100 cities, with only 28% of the population within ½ mile of a public park. Considering both public park and private open spaces accessible to the general public, do you think public space is sufficient for the current population and types of activities people want to participate in?
Very Sufficient
Sufficient
Neutral
Not Sufficient
Other
Select a response
City of Charlotte Poll:
In recent years, do you think the quality of public spaces (both public parks and private spaces accessible to the public) has gotten better or worse?
Much better
Better
Neutral
Worse
Much worse
Select a response
City of Charlotte Poll:
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