ORLANDO, Fla. — The City District Main Street wants to know how safe you feel downtown.
The City District Main Street is asking the community to participate in a story to gauge how safe people feel downtown and what could be done to improve safety.
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“It’s critical that we allow for our growing and diverse community to have a say in finding an equitable solution and this survey is the quickest way to gather that sentiment,” City District Main Street Executive Director Nikki Aviles said.
The 18-question survey takes about 5 minutes to complete and leaves space for participants to propose their own solutions to issues that they feel need to be addressed.
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The survey is available through Wednesday, Feb. 28.
You can click here to take the survey.
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