Downtown Parks Feasibility Study - Business Survey

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The City of Redwood City is evaluating various locations for a potential urban park/open space site(s) in the Downtown. The various City-owned properties are currently used for parking (car storage). We are seeking input on various urban park-related items including potential amenities, uses, programming and other items such as where visitors, employees, and residents currently park, potential mitigation and the impact on parking. Thank you in advance for your input.

Survey results will inform the City Council in August as they consider potential urban park locations in the Downtown. Once the City Council approves a park location, the City will launch additional opportunities to gain further input on park design and other details that will include online tools, community meetings and more.

For more details about the overall Downtown Park Site Assessment and Feasibility Study process, go here. Following the Downtown Feasibility Study, there will be subsequent urban park and recreation corridor design(s) to reshape and build public space for the purpose of recreation, socialization and community health.

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Please rank the following (1 lowest to 5 the strongest) potential park amenities you would like to see at a future Downtown park (go here for visual examples)

Please rank the following (1 lowest to 5 the strongest) potential park amenities you would like to see at a future Downtown park (go here for visual examples)
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Benches with armrests
Trees/Shade
Swings (for adults)
Drinking fountain
Bike parking
Play equipment (for kids)
Plugs for phones & laptops
Softscape (Grassy, planted area)
Hardscape (like a plaza with trees)
Water feature
Communal tables
Open Wi-Fi
Flexible space (events/parking)
Covered spots for working (umbrellas, trees)
Tables and chairs
Interactive art
Morning yoga/tai chi
Retail/pop up
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Other (fill in your own answer) 

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If you are a business owner in the Downtown, do you have ideas on ways to activate your business utilizing the outdoor space close to you? 

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If a new park is located in Downtown Redwood City, how would you use the park? Check all that apply.

If a new park is located in Downtown Redwood City, how would you use the park? Check all that apply.