Monday, August 20, 2012

Annual Downtown survey now online

Downtown Cincinnati Inc. (DCI), a nonprofit whose mission is creating a dynamic, safe and clean Downtown, has posted its annual perceptions survey online.

The survey is meant to gauge residents' and visitors' impressions of the neighborhood's cleanliness, safety, convenience, and amenities, and the information is used by DCI to direct its programs and services and to measure its progress in fulfilling its mission.

It takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes to complete, and one respondent will be selected for a $100 Downtown gift card.

The survey closes on September 23.

In last year's survey, 63 percent of respondents found Downtown generally safe and 70 percent found it generally clean. Eighty percent of respondents had a positive impression of the neighborhood.

Previous reading on BC:
DCI annual report shows further improvement in Downtown safety, cleanliness (4/12/12)
DCI wants to hear from you (7/1/10)
Ginsburg to stakeholders: 'Downtown moving in the right direction' (5/3/10)
Downtown improvement assessments near council vote (8/4/09)
Cincinnati establishes board for DCID appeals (7/8/09)