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Name not available February 18, 2024, 7:02 PM

How has your experience been at City-led public participation events (e.g. community meetings, public workshops)? Negative
What available resources would encourage you or make it easier for you to attend public meetings to provide input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Other - Notice about important plans for my neighborhood
Which days are most convenient for you to attend City-led public engagement events? (Select all your preferred options.) Other - Available most times, late morning, early afternoon is best
If the City were to host a pop-up event to share information about City initiatives and collect public feedback, which location(s) are most convenient for you? (Select all your preferred options.) Park, Church, Recreation center, Library, School
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your IN-PERSON input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) In-person small public meetings (6-20 people), In-person focused group meetings (5 or fewer people), Community chats at local venues: coffee shops, restaurants, etc.
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your VIRTUAL/ONLINE input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Online survey, Phone calls/hotlines, Zoom meetings
In which ways would you be most likely to communicate your input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Text messages, E-mail, Social media page
What words would best describe your ideal participation experience when providing input for City plans, policies or programs? (Select all your preferred options.) Casual, Data-Driven, Meaningful, Led by the community, Conversational
Where do you find trustworthy information about what is happening in your community? For example, what places, groups, or news sources (e.g. church, school, newspaper, community organization, TV news, internet news)? Mira Mesa Senior Center gatherings, internet, newspaper
How can the City build trust and encourage continuous dialogue with you? (Select all your preferred options.) Engage the community in diverse ways, Create a transparent decision-making process
What is your overall level of concern or interest regarding the City’s different plans, policies and programs? Moderate
What is your zip code? (Your zip code helps City employees better understand and assess specific community needs.) 92126
What is your age? 55-64
Which race category best describes you? Please select one. White
Are you of Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity? No, not of Hispanic, Latino/Latina, Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity
With which gender identity do you most identify? Male

Name not available January 22, 2024, 11:57 AM

How has your experience been at City-led public participation events (e.g. community meetings, public workshops)? Positive
What available resources would encourage you or make it easier for you to attend public meetings to provide input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Translation/interpretation services at the meeting, Transportation expense to/from the meeting covered, Childcare provided onsite, Food provided
Which days are most convenient for you to attend City-led public engagement events? (Select all your preferred options.) Other - Mornings at 10:30/11:00 am on Saturdays
If the City were to host a pop-up event to share information about City initiatives and collect public feedback, which location(s) are most convenient for you? (Select all your preferred options.) Public plaza, Church, Recreation center, Library, School
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your IN-PERSON input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Door-knocking
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your VIRTUAL/ONLINE input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Online survey, Zoom meetings, Livestreams (Twitch, YouTube Live, etc.)
In which ways would you be most likely to communicate your input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Text messages, WhatsApp, E-mail, Traditional mail, Social media page, E-newsletter, Other - have communications available at community libraries, Town Councils, and Planning groups
What words would best describe your ideal participation experience when providing input for City plans, policies or programs? (Select all your preferred options.) Casual, Simple, Data-Driven, Social, Led by the community, Interactive, Educational, Conversational
Where do you find trustworthy information about what is happening in your community? For example, what places, groups, or news sources (e.g. church, school, newspaper, community organization, TV news, internet news)? No where to be found.
How can the City build trust and encourage continuous dialogue with you? (Select all your preferred options.) Provide timely feedback on where my input was used, Engage the community continuously, Engage the community in diverse ways, Communicate realistic and clear timelines and expectations, Create a transparent decision-making process, Be open and responsive in communication channels, Implement active listening best practices, Other - Have the Distirict council Rep bring copies to Town Council Meetings, Town Hall Meetings, and Planning groups. Also copies to schools to send home with students
What is your overall level of concern or interest regarding the City’s different plans, policies and programs? High
What is your zip code? (Your zip code helps City employees better understand and assess specific community needs.) 92111
What is your age? 55-64
Which race category best describes you? Please select one. Prefer not to answer
Are you of Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity? Prefer not to answer
With which gender identity do you most identify? Female

Name not available January 20, 2024, 11:47 AM

How has your experience been at City-led public participation events (e.g. community meetings, public workshops)? Positive
What available resources would encourage you or make it easier for you to attend public meetings to provide input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Other - More meaningful relationships and representation
Which days are most convenient for you to attend City-led public engagement events? (Select all your preferred options.) Available Anytime
If the City were to host a pop-up event to share information about City initiatives and collect public feedback, which location(s) are most convenient for you? (Select all your preferred options.) Church
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your IN-PERSON input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) In-person large public meetings (+20 people)
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your VIRTUAL/ONLINE input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Zoom meetings
In which ways would you be most likely to communicate your input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) E-mail
What words would best describe your ideal participation experience when providing input for City plans, policies or programs? (Select all your preferred options.) Formal
Where do you find trustworthy information about what is happening in your community? For example, what places, groups, or news sources (e.g. church, school, newspaper, community organization, TV news, internet news)? Internet
How can the City build trust and encourage continuous dialogue with you? (Select all your preferred options.) Engage the community continuously
What is your overall level of concern or interest regarding the City’s different plans, policies and programs? High
What is your zip code? (Your zip code helps City employees better understand and assess specific community needs.) 92129
What is your age? 65+
Which race category best describes you? Please select one. Black or African American
Are you of Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity? No, not of Hispanic, Latino/Latina, Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity
With which gender identity do you most identify? Male

Name not available January 16, 2024, 5:43 PM

How has your experience been at City-led public participation events (e.g. community meetings, public workshops)? Very positive
What available resources would encourage you or make it easier for you to attend public meetings to provide input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Other - Paying or giving food for people to participate seems a waste of public money
Which days are most convenient for you to attend City-led public engagement events? (Select all your preferred options.) Weekend Evenings
If the City were to host a pop-up event to share information about City initiatives and collect public feedback, which location(s) are most convenient for you? (Select all your preferred options.) Church, Library, School
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your IN-PERSON input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) In-person large public meetings (+20 people)
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your VIRTUAL/ONLINE input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Zoom meetings
In which ways would you be most likely to communicate your input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) E-mail
What words would best describe your ideal participation experience when providing input for City plans, policies or programs? (Select all your preferred options.) Formal
Where do you find trustworthy information about what is happening in your community? For example, what places, groups, or news sources (e.g. church, school, newspaper, community organization, TV news, internet news)? Twitter
How can the City build trust and encourage continuous dialogue with you? (Select all your preferred options.) Be open and responsive in communication channels
What is your overall level of concern or interest regarding the City’s different plans, policies and programs? High
What is your zip code? (Your zip code helps City employees better understand and assess specific community needs.) 92111
What is your age? 65+
Which race category best describes you? Please select one. Prefer not to answer
Are you of Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity? Prefer not to answer
With which gender identity do you most identify? Prefer not to answer

Name not available January 4, 2024, 6:24 PM

How has your experience been at City-led public participation events (e.g. community meetings, public workshops)? Negative
Which days are most convenient for you to attend City-led public engagement events? (Select all your preferred options.) Weekend Mornings, Weekday Mornings
If the City were to host a pop-up event to share information about City initiatives and collect public feedback, which location(s) are most convenient for you? (Select all your preferred options.) Park, Church, Library
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your IN-PERSON input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) In-person large public meetings (+20 people), In-person small public meetings (6-20 people)
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your VIRTUAL/ONLINE input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Online survey
In which ways would you be most likely to communicate your input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Text messages, WhatsApp, E-mail, Traditional mail
What words would best describe your ideal participation experience when providing input for City plans, policies or programs? (Select all your preferred options.) Formal, Simple, Led by the community, Interactive, Conversational
Where do you find trustworthy information about what is happening in your community? For example, what places, groups, or news sources (e.g. church, school, newspaper, community organization, TV news, internet news)? Newspapers, internet news sources across diverse spectrum of views.
How can the City build trust and encourage continuous dialogue with you? (Select all your preferred options.) Communicate realistic and clear timelines and expectations, Create a transparent decision-making process, Be open and responsive in communication channels, Implement active listening best practices
What is your overall level of concern or interest regarding the City’s different plans, policies and programs? High
What is your zip code? (Your zip code helps City employees better understand and assess specific community needs.) 92103
What is your age? Prefer not to answer
Which race category best describes you? Please select one. White
Are you of Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity? No, not of Hispanic, Latino/Latina, Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity
With which gender identity do you most identify? Prefer not to answer

Name not available December 20, 2023, 7:28 AM

How has your experience been at City-led public participation events (e.g. community meetings, public workshops)? Positive
What available resources would encourage you or make it easier for you to attend public meetings to provide input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Other - Better outreach into the community.
Which days are most convenient for you to attend City-led public engagement events? (Select all your preferred options.) Weekday Afternoons, Weekday Evenings
If the City were to host a pop-up event to share information about City initiatives and collect public feedback, which location(s) are most convenient for you? (Select all your preferred options.) Recreation center, Library, School
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your IN-PERSON input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) In-person large public meetings (+20 people), In-person small public meetings (6-20 people)
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your VIRTUAL/ONLINE input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Online survey
In which ways would you be most likely to communicate your input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Text messages, E-mail
What words would best describe your ideal participation experience when providing input for City plans, policies or programs? (Select all your preferred options.) Casual, Meaningful, Led by the community, Educational, Conversational
Where do you find trustworthy information about what is happening in your community? For example, what places, groups, or news sources (e.g. church, school, newspaper, community organization, TV news, internet news)? KUSI News
How can the City build trust and encourage continuous dialogue with you? (Select all your preferred options.) Be open and responsive in communication channels, Other - Actuallydemonstrate the city listens to the wants of the community. It seems the city makes a decision before community input and then just moves forward. Example would be H Barracks tent city.
What is your overall level of concern or interest regarding the City’s different plans, policies and programs? Moderate
What is your zip code? (Your zip code helps City employees better understand and assess specific community needs.) 92119
What is your age? 55-64
Which race category best describes you? Please select one. Black or African American
Are you of Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity? Yes, of Hispanic, Latino/Latina, Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity
With which gender identity do you most identify? Male

Name not available December 19, 2023, 8:45 PM

How has your experience been at City-led public participation events (e.g. community meetings, public workshops)? Positive
What available resources would encourage you or make it easier for you to attend public meetings to provide input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Food provided
Which days are most convenient for you to attend City-led public engagement events? (Select all your preferred options.) Weekday Evenings
If the City were to host a pop-up event to share information about City initiatives and collect public feedback, which location(s) are most convenient for you? (Select all your preferred options.) Recreation center, Library, School
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your IN-PERSON input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) In-person small public meetings (6-20 people), In-person focused group meetings (5 or fewer people), Community chats at local venues: coffee shops, restaurants, etc.
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your VIRTUAL/ONLINE input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Online survey
In which ways would you be most likely to communicate your input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) E-mail
What words would best describe your ideal participation experience when providing input for City plans, policies or programs? (Select all your preferred options.) Casual
Where do you find trustworthy information about what is happening in your community? For example, what places, groups, or news sources (e.g. church, school, newspaper, community organization, TV news, internet news)? The Linda Vista Update newsletter.
How can the City build trust and encourage continuous dialogue with you? (Select all your preferred options.) Engage the community continuously, Engage the community in diverse ways
What is your overall level of concern or interest regarding the City’s different plans, policies and programs? High
What is your age? 65+
Which race category best describes you? Please select one. White
Are you of Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity? Yes, of Hispanic, Latino/Latina, Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity
With which gender identity do you most identify? Male

Name not available December 19, 2023, 5:45 PM

How has your experience been at City-led public participation events (e.g. community meetings, public workshops)? Neutral
What available resources would encourage you or make it easier for you to attend public meetings to provide input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Other - The pre set questions did not leave room for my opinions
Which days are most convenient for you to attend City-led public engagement events? (Select all your preferred options.) Weekday Evenings, Other - Late afternoon especially Thursday, best
If the City were to host a pop-up event to share information about City initiatives and collect public feedback, which location(s) are most convenient for you? (Select all your preferred options.) Library
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your IN-PERSON input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Do not prefer any of these
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your VIRTUAL/ONLINE input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Zoom meetings
In which ways would you be most likely to communicate your input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) E-mail, Other - chat box during zoom
What words would best describe your ideal participation experience when providing input for City plans, policies or programs? (Select all your preferred options.) Other - structured questions to answer in chat via Zoom
Where do you find trustworthy information about what is happening in your community? For example, what places, groups, or news sources (e.g. church, school, newspaper, community organization, TV news, internet news)? all the above, including planning group and PTA meetings
How can the City build trust and encourage continuous dialogue with you? (Select all your preferred options.) Communicate realistic and clear timelines and expectations, Create a transparent decision-making process, Be open and responsive in communication channels
What is your overall level of concern or interest regarding the City’s different plans, policies and programs? High
What is your zip code? (Your zip code helps City employees better understand and assess specific community needs.) 92109
What is your age? 45-54
Which race category best describes you? Please select one. Prefer not to answer
Are you of Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity? Prefer not to answer
With which gender identity do you most identify? Prefer not to answer

Name not available December 19, 2023, 4:40 PM

How has your experience been at City-led public participation events (e.g. community meetings, public workshops)? Neutral
What available resources would encourage you or make it easier for you to attend public meetings to provide input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Other - e-meetings in the evenings
Which days are most convenient for you to attend City-led public engagement events? (Select all your preferred options.) Weekend Afternoons, Weekend Evenings
If the City were to host a pop-up event to share information about City initiatives and collect public feedback, which location(s) are most convenient for you? (Select all your preferred options.) Park, Public transit, Recreation center, Library, School
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your IN-PERSON input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) In-person small public meetings (6-20 people), In-person focused group meetings (5 or fewer people), Tours/field trips/site visits
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your VIRTUAL/ONLINE input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Online survey, Zoom meetings
In which ways would you be most likely to communicate your input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) E-mail
What words would best describe your ideal participation experience when providing input for City plans, policies or programs? (Select all your preferred options.) Casual, Simple, Interactive, Conversational
Where do you find trustworthy information about what is happening in your community? For example, what places, groups, or news sources (e.g. church, school, newspaper, community organization, TV news, internet news)? Local TV news, local news on Facebook
How can the City build trust and encourage continuous dialogue with you? (Select all your preferred options.) Provide timely feedback on where my input was used, Engage the community continuously, Communicate realistic and clear timelines and expectations
What is your overall level of concern or interest regarding the City’s different plans, policies and programs? High
What is your zip code? (Your zip code helps City employees better understand and assess specific community needs.) 92111
What is your age? 55-64
Which race category best describes you? Please select one. Prefer not to answer
Are you of Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity? No, not of Hispanic, Latino/Latina, Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity
With which gender identity do you most identify? Male

Name not shown December 19, 2023, 4:19 PM

How has your experience been at City-led public participation events (e.g. community meetings, public workshops)? Positive
What available resources would encourage you or make it easier for you to attend public meetings to provide input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Transportation expense to/from the meeting covered
Which days are most convenient for you to attend City-led public engagement events? (Select all your preferred options.) Weekend Afternoons, Weekday Afternoons
If the City were to host a pop-up event to share information about City initiatives and collect public feedback, which location(s) are most convenient for you? (Select all your preferred options.) Park, Recreation center, Library
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your IN-PERSON input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) In-person small public meetings (6-20 people), Community chats at local venues: coffee shops, restaurants, etc.
In which ways would you be most likely to provide your VIRTUAL/ONLINE input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Online survey, Zoom meetings
In which ways would you be most likely to communicate your input to the City? (Select all your preferred options.) Text messages, E-mail, E-newsletter
What words would best describe your ideal participation experience when providing input for City plans, policies or programs? (Select all your preferred options.) Casual, Meaningful, Conversational
Where do you find trustworthy information about what is happening in your community? For example, what places, groups, or news sources (e.g. church, school, newspaper, community organization, TV news, internet news)? Linda vista update digital newsletter
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How can the City build trust and encourage continuous dialogue with you? (Select all your preferred options.) Provide timely feedback on where my input was used, Engage the community in diverse ways, Be open and responsive in communication channels
What is your overall level of concern or interest regarding the City’s different plans, policies and programs? High
What is your zip code? (Your zip code helps City employees better understand and assess specific community needs.) 92111
What is your age? 65+
Which race category best describes you? Please select one. White
Are you of Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, or Spanish ethnicity? Prefer not to answer
With which gender identity do you most identify? Female