Hendersonville seeks participation in online survey on parking issues

Here’s the press release from the city of Hendersonville:

The City of Hendersonville hosted a community workshop on August 13th regarding the issue of parking in Historic Downtown Hendersonville. A group of more than 60 citizens and downtown stakeholders gathered with city staff and members of City Council to discuss the variety of issues impacting parking in downtown Hendersonville and discuss potential solutions to these issues.

Following the workshop, city staff worked to collate the broad array of issues and solutions discussed that evening into a document that categorizes the feedback received. This document reflects a comprehensive review of the various issues and solutions available to the district. To refine this information the city has developed a survey built on the general categories of issues and solutions that were identified during the parking workshop. The survey, which consists of 15 questions, focuses on two topics: 1) rating the importance of the parking issues identified during the workshop and 2) determining which solutions discussed during the workshop hold the most promise.

We invite and encourage the public’s participation in the survey.

The survey is available online and can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2013_hendersonville_parking_survey
or by going to the City of Hendersonville’s webpage at http://www.cityofhendersonville.org/index.aspx?page=28&recordid=645&returnURL=%2findex.aspx.

If you prefer, you may print the survey, complete it and return it to: Lu Ann Welter, City Planning Department, 145 Fifth Ave. E., Hendersonville, NC.
The survey will close on October 1, 2013 at 5:00 p.m.

For additional information please call or e-mail Lew Holloway at 828.233.3216 or director@downtownhendersonville.org.


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