The online survey is part of the city’s Community Dialogue, an ongoing effort to learn more about what matters most to its residents. The Community Dialogue will ultimately drive decisions behind some major points of interest, including a comprehensive review of the city’s General and Coastal Land Use Plan, a potential redesign of the Civic Center, a proposed oil production project and several other large-scale development projects.
“By participating in this survey, residents can help us get a comprehensive portrait of our community’s views, values and vision for the future,” said Mayor Patrick ‘Kit’ Bobko in a news release. “The results of this short, online survey will help create the framework for deciding many important projects that will help determine the future of Hermosa Beach. We encourage all residents to take a few minutes to answer this brief questionnaire.”
The online survey covers several facets, including quality of life factors and potential topics for the upcoming Community Dialogue meetings.
The results of the survey will be discussed at the next large group Community Dialogue meeting, which is slated for Thursday, September 12 from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Clark Building, 861 Valley Drive.