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Public Outreach Campaign Phase II Appendix This Public Outreach Campaign Appendix contains all open-ended and written responses for the Plano Tomorrow Online Survey, Great Ideas poster boards, and Take
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Public Outreach Campaign Phase II Appendix This Public Outreach Campaign Appendix contains all open-ended and written responses for the Plano Tomorrow Online Survey, Great Ideas poster boards, and Take the Case workshop meetings. The Appendix also contains demographic information from the Plano Tomorrow Online Survey. 1 This page intentally left blank 2 Appendix Table of Contents Plano Tomorrow Demographic Data. 3 Plano Tomorrow Survey Open Responses Question #4 Select your favorite places in Plano Plano Tomorrow Survey Open Responses Question #5 Select areas in Plano you would like to see change Plano Tomorrow Survey Open Responses Question #15 Is there anything you would like to share with the city not covered in the survey? Plano Tomorrow Survey Open Responses - Question #16 What is your ZIP Code? Plano Tomorrow Survey Open Responses Question #19 What is your connection to Plano? Plano Tomorrow Survey Open Responses Question #23 What languages are spoken in your home? Great Ideas Poster Boards Take the Case Workshops Comprehensive Responses.110 3 Plano Tomorrow Survey Demographic Data 1. What is your zip code? Answered Question: 1,216 Answer Response Percent Response Count Options % % % % % % 190 Other 4.4% % 15.6% 4.4% What is your zip code? 21.6% % % 16.4% Most common other response categories: Richardson (9 responses) Allen (6 responses) Murphy (5 responses) See appendix in the back for all open ended responses (Pg. 109) 4 Plano Tomorrow Survey Demographic Data 2. What is your gender? Answered Question: 1,216 Answer Options Response Percent Response Count Male 48.4% 588 Female 51.6% 628 What is your gender? 51.6% 48.4% Male Female 5 Plano Tomorrow Survey Demographic Data 3. How long have you lived in Plano? Answered Question: 1,213 Answer Options Response Percent Response Count Don t live in Plano 4.8% 58 Less than 1 year 2.5% 30 1 to 5 years 12.6% to 10 years 13.6% to 20 years 28.3% 343 More than 20 years 38.3% 464 How long have you lived in Plano? 4.8% 2.5% 12.6% 38.3% Don t live in Plano Less than 1 year 13.6% 1 to 5 years 6 to 10 years 11 to 20 years 28.3% More than 20 years 6 Plano Tomorrow Survey Demographic Data 4. What is your connection to Plano? Select all that apply. Answered Question: 1,215 Answer Options Response Count Resident full-time (live within city nine to twelve months per year) 1132 Resident part-time (live outside of city three or more months per year) 9 Non-resident 24 Business owner 101 Employed in Plano 296 Land owner 226 Other (please specify) 82 Most common other response categories: Retired (14 responses) Plano ISD (13 responses) Volunteer (9 responses) Homeowner (9 responses) See appendix in the back for all open ended response (Pg. 110) 7 Plano Tomorrow Survey Demographic Data 5. Do you rent or own your home? Answered Question: 1,215 Answer Options Response Percent Response Count Rent 9.3% 113 Own 90.7% 1102 Do you rent or own your home? 9.3% Rent Own 90.7% 8 Plano Tomorrow Survey Demographic Data 6. What is your age? Answered Question: 1,215 Answer Options Response Percent Response Count Under 18 years 0.8% to 24 years 1.4% to 34 years 10.0% to 44 years 19.0% to 64 years 50.5% to 74 years 14.9% to 84 years 3.2% years and older 0.2% % 0.2% 3.2% 0.8% 1.4% 10.0% What is your age? Under 18 years 18 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 19.0% 35 to 44 years 45 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 50.5% 75 to 84 years 85 years and older 9 Plano Tomorrow Survey Demographic Data 7. Please select the race/ethnicity which best describes you. Answered Question: 1,214 Answer Options Response Percent Response Count African American or Black 2.7% 33 Native American/Alaska Native 0.3% 4 Asian Indian 3.2% 39 Chinese/Korean/Vietnamese 2.3% 28 Other Asian 1.4% 17 Middle Eastern 0.6% 7 Caucasian or White 81.5% 989 Hispanic or Latino 4.7% 57 Some other race/ethnicity 0.7% 8 Two or more races 2.6% 32 10 Plano Tomorrow Survey Demographic Data 8. What languages are spoken in your home? Answered Question: 1,210 Answer Options Response Percent Response Count a. English 98.6% 1193 b. Spanish 6.1% 74 c. Hindi 1.9% 23 d. Mandarin Chinese 1.9% 23 e. Korean 0.2% 3 f. Vietnamese 0.2% 2 g. Arabic 0.5% 6 h. Other European 1.5% 18 Other (please specify) 5.8% 70 Most common other response categories: Tagalog (6 responses) Tamil (6 responses) Telugu (5 responses) Hebrew (5 responses) French (5 responses) See appendix in the back for all open ended responses. 11 Plano Tomorrow Survey Demographic Data 9. Select the type of household you live in. Answered Question: 1,219 Answer Options Response Percent Response Count Live alone 10.8% 131 Shared housing (2 or more non related) 1.9% 23 Spouse/Partner only 38.2% 464 Spouse/Partner with children under 18 years 30.9% 375 Spouse/Partner with children 18 years and older 13.8% 168 *Parent with children under 18 years, no spouse/partner 1.2% 14 Spouse/Partner with parent 1.3% 16 Spouse/Partner with children and parent 1.9% 23 *Option was added after the survey was launched to accommodate requests from the survey participants. 12 Plano Tomorrow Survey Demographic Data 10. Which of the following ranges contains your household income? Answered Question: 1,120 Answer Options Response Percent Response Count Under $40, % 59 $40,000 to $74, % 229 $75,000 to $99, % 224 $100,000 to $250, % 525 Over $250, % 83 Which of the following ranges contains your household income? 7.4% 5.3% 46.9% 20.4% 20.0% Under $40,000 $40,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $250,000 Over $250,000 13 Plano Tomorrow Survey Open Responses Question #4 Select your favorite places in Plano Recreation centers, Libraries, Cinemark Movies 10, Asian supermarkets, Big company headquarters, etc. Senior Center, Parks and Rec. centers, Restaurants, Big box stores (i.e. Kohls), Grocery store choices Any bike trail: bike path or on-road Bike Lanes and Routes are a great bonus!!! Bike routes Eastside Development of Collin Creek Mall; Oak Point Amphitheater; Spring Creek Campus of Collin College, and Senior Center. Courtyard Theatre, Collin College Collin Creek Mall Collin Creek Mall Collin Creek Mall Collin Creek Mall Collin Creek Mall Interesting you missed Collin Creek Mall. That is on my list of favorites. Things fall that lack support. Collin Creek Shopping Center Collin Creek Mall Public Libraries with my 4-year-old daughter; Collin Creek Mall wonderful PSA facilities, Courtyard Theater, East Plano, along the Dart line The local parks. The rail system. Mulenbeck pools. Farmer's Market Glen eagles Pecan Hollow Golf Course Muhlenbeck. Gleneagles country club pecan hollow golf course The Haggard Farm is my number one. very, very sad to see it go and succumb to McMansions. May leave the city as a result of this type of change. Haggard Public Library. Carpenter Park Recreation Center. Cheyenne Park 14 Question #4 Select your favorite places in Plano Haggard Park The Heritage Farmstead Museum homestead farms Heritage Farmstead Museum Heritage Farmstead. All Public Libraries I love the old architecture of the Historic Neighborhoods, but I won't drive by or go near because the areas immediately around them are so economically depressed. I don't feel safe there. In fact, I love the idea of buying a historic home, but won't because of resale challenges.i wish downtown would expand so more shops and businesses would open. Highpoint Tennis Center!!, the ethnic restaurants found throughout Plano, the Plano libraries, the smaller parks scattered throughout Plano The Interurban Railway Museum Lakeside at Preston shopping center Plano libraries Libraries all the public libraries Plano libraries-love them! Haggard Library and the free genealogy seminars Library Plano's libraries The libraries!!! Libraries Libraries! Libraries. Parr Library all the libraries Libraries Haggard Farm. Public Libraries Libraries Plano Masonic Lodge #768 15 Question #4 Select your favorite places in Plano Movies 10 Cinemark Russell Creek Park, Cinemark Theaters Deerfield at Christmas country place my home and neighborhood My neighborhood My own neighborhood Heritage at lakeside Our back yard...love it!!! My house Deerfield at Christmas. Hoblitzell Park. Fireworks when they were near Spring Creek & 75 Quality healthcare providers. Live Green in Plano/sustainability efforts. Music and theatre Fat Straws Roughriders Park, Shops at Fairview, Stonebriar Mall, Don't know much about the other places Do not have a favorite Convenience of everyday living--easy access to bank, grocery stores, shopping, pharmacy, dry cleaner, church, etc. Very convenient city. Plano Mosque Local market Don't have a favorite place Favorite place in the local areas is Old Town Grapevine. I have lived in Plano for a little over a year and I have never heard of several of these options in this list Alma Drive modern, but clean, yet contemporary old charm Outdoor Learning Center None Any place without concrete and parking lots. 16 Question #4 Select your favorite places in Plano There is no place to park and too many drunks out in Plano at Shops at Legacy at nights and on weekends. It is the brain child and a great idea, and I love all of the food choices too, but the bars seem to over serve, and the parking is a problem. Places where I can eat outside Apparently, there are many fascinating places in Plano, TX including sub-urban, modern living and family home styles landscapes both in West and East Plano, however, ensuring clean environments, functioning public utilities, and promoting friendly neighbors with attractive social events, with less crime would appeal to great residents, including businesses. Los Rios NONE.. Libraries, access to stores (sprouts, tom thumb, Kroger, Walmart, AutoZone, etc.), access to post offices, nearby movie theaters, nearby bank, etc. I fish in Lake Lavon when I can. Used to bike a lot but the streets have gotten too crowded. Will try the bike trails but have not done so. Plano Heritage Farmstead Museum, Haggard Farm, Layla Farms, special Events Center Jack Carter Pool, Russell Creek Park & Plano YMCA Park & Preston Area. Also Park and Tollway area. Preston & Park shopping centers shopping at Park and Preston Park/Preston shopping corners Park and Preston shopping area Park and Preston area for shopping,libraries,rec centers Russell Creek Park neighborhood parks, including the dog park Chisholm Trail Disc Golf course at Shawnee Park. city swimming pools Neighborhood schools and parks City Parks 17 Question #4 Select your favorite places in Plano PSA sports complex High point tennis center Chisholm Trail Russell Creek Park Neighborhood park Jack Carter Park-Dog Park. spend a lot of time there! Chrism trail for jogging and walking Chisolm Trail PSA Facilities Recreation Centers Bluebonnet trail and dog park Various greenbelts, trails Chisolm Trail Park Chisolm Trail Recreation Centers Russell Creek Park Chisolm Trail City Park Small neighborhood parks. These areas create a sense of Neighborhood missing in today's lifestyle. Russell creek park Our local parks, McDermott field City Parks Hoblitzelle Park Jack Carter Dog Park neighborhood parks Disc Golf Course at Shawnee Park Steeplechase Park Memorial Park / Playground Softball Fields on Hedgecoxe 18 Question #4 Select your favorite places in Plano I don't like anything over at Willow Bend... To expensive, and uppity...we like Carpenter Park, out kids play soccer there Chisholm Trail between Park and Custer Road Russell Creek Park I love the Westwood Park (75075). It is safe and lovely, near my home, and is well taken care of. Please keep this little park. It means so much! Cheyanne Park Russell Creek Park jack carter dog park. wish it was better The various parks. Eldorado Park HAGGARD PARK Jack Carter Park Chisholm Trail Big Lake Park Preston Ridge Trail. Bluebonnet Trail. Chisholm Trail. Russel Park city parks if they are kept clean Libraries, walking trail near Schimmelpfennig Library Parks and libraries Plano libraries and parks Libraries and neighborhood parks (great job on the remodel of Eldorado park!) Plano center Tom M Center muhlenbeck Rec Center Plano Rec Centers! Russell Creek park, Tom Muehlenbeck rec center Tom Muelenbeck Rec center senior center Carpenter Center 19 Question #4 Select your favorite places in Plano Oak Point Recreation Center...or any of the Recreation Centers. Shopping areas around U.S. 75. Farmer's Market. Individual/Personal Contributors to Municipal Planning and service in Governing the City. Dedicated, conscientious and competent City Managers and Employees providing sound decisions keeping abreast of technology and changes in community. Oak Point Recreation Center Carpenter Park Rec Center I love the rec centers - Tom M. and Carpenter I frequent often. I love that they are always brimming with people. Always well maintained. Carpenter Park Rec Centr Carpenter Park Rec Center Rec centers Rec centers Oak Point Rec Center Everything is compact and fairly easy to get to.one problem I have is the noise level a Oak Point on the second. floor. The noise from the gym carries to the second floor and makes it difficult to talk to each other. Needs some type of sound barrie to protect the second floor. Like the new light LED lights. Find the people at the front desks at Oak Point Point and Carpenter to be friendly and well trained to do their job. They always have a smile on their faces. Enjoy attending both facilities. Senior Center, Oak Point Recreation Center Carpenter Recreation Center Plano Senior Center Tom Muehlenbeck Center Recreation Centers Recreation Centers and libraries Carpenter Recreation Center. Davis Library. Schimelpfenig Library neighborhood park - near Saigling Elementary.libraries. Tom Meulhenbeck rec. center Tom Muelenbeck Rec center Oak Point Recreation Center...or any of the Recreation Centers. Shopping areas around U.S. 75. Farmer's Market. Individual/Personal Contributors to Municipal Planning and service in Governing the City. Dedicated, conscientious and competent City Managers and Employees providing sound decisions keeping abreast of technology and changes in community. senior center 20 Question #4 Select your favorite places in Plano Recreation Centers Recreation Centers and libraries Carpenter Recreation Center.Davis Library.Schimelpfenig Library neighborhood park - near Saigling Elementary.libraries.Tom Meulhenbeck rec. center Schools Robinson Middle School School events Schools and parks and rec First United Methodist Church.Collin Creek Mall.John Clark Field for High-School Football.Kimbrough Stadium for High School Football Shops at Legacy, Shops at Willow Bend, Central Market, Bob Woodruff Park shops at legacy, shops at willow bend Legacy Business Park shops of legacy Shops at Legacy is amazing, but my friends/colleagues frequents it less and less due to parking issues and valet being only option most of the time. Great events, shopping - however access/parking are very frustrating. If that could be addressed, would be a great venue to visit more. Carpenter Center Oak Point Rec Center what happened? when I mved ehre 23 yearss ago you said you were going to delvelop a river center like San Antonio. I have A great vision for this. How can I get involved? Become more competive with adjoing cities. You let The Colony take north Hwy 121, Frisco gets Stonebriar, and Richardson gets the destination point of State Farm Change to what? Fireworks back to Spring Creek & 75 More City rec/presence in West Plano west has been the main focus for so long. Plano is fine as is. Collin Creek Mall is a landmark that needs to be saved and retained as an indoor mall. 21 Plano Tomorrow Survey Open Responses Question #5 Select the areas in Plano you would like to see change. 15th Street between 75 and Custer Great concern about East Plano because of its' cultural diversity, established neighborhoods & economic blight. I suggest the strip malls that Plano has far too many of either be bulldozed or go one step further and make them into shelters for our homeless families or even single homeless people. Open 24 hours a day and lets find a way to create jobs for our homeless families and again jobs for our homeless singles. Has anyone ever figured out how many homeless people we have in Plano, how many homeless children? It's heartbreaking to me to know this is a reality. I'm sorry that Dillards is leaving. I love east Plano! Vacant retail shopping centers/ Overall general appearance-especially older retail areas-15th Street and Independence for example. All the empty retail space near 121 and Ohio Drive some burned out retail areas are eye sores Bring Collin Creek Mall back to life. empty stip centers all the above have been allowed to deteriorate for many years while all money is going to new areas of West Plano. Central Plano and 75 Corridor are totally ignored. Empty undeveloped land Older, mostly vacant Retail centers Development along 121 & 190 Parker and jupiter vacant land Spring Creek Parkway corridor from Jupiter to Preston- needs a major face lift Aging retail shops Empty shopping centers West Spring Creek retail options, W Parker Rd retail options. The Dog Park is a missed opportunity for great ideas a group of dog owners like us have. We need to have less apartment complexes, add museums and other recreational areas for night life Senior Center, Oak Point Recreation Center Oak Point Rec Center Recreation center at Carpenter..just need a pool that we voted for 22 Question #5 Select the areas in Plano you would like to see change. Bicycle trail connection between East and West Plano closer to center of town. Much greater network of complete streets , bicycle trails bike routes bike/hike trails should not be located under electrical transformers (although it is a good use of space) connect the bike trails connected bike trails!!!! Dedicated bicycle lanes!!!! bike trails that cross busy streets More Biking trails NOT on roads More bike trails connecting major shopping areas. Bike trails Downtown Plano expand to host larger area for events Downtown Plano deserves more attention. It doesn't seem to be looked at as much as west plano. I believe it should be the focus of the city. Downtown--does not seem to be able to retain businesses, lots of empty storefronts Growth of downtown plano and more character in central plano Continue the revitaliztion of Downtown Plano East of 75, between 190 and Plano Parkway Downtown Plano Re development of downtown Plano Downtown Plano Downtown Plano Neighborhoods adjacent to downtown Add more waterparks We need more Entertainment for Teens!!!!! in-fill lots built with affordable homes, not mcmansions Need housing for individuals with intellectual disabilities, B would be excellent more housing opportunity for special needs adults low maintenance homes for retirees 23 Question #5 Select the areas in Plano you would like to see change. No more residential/commercial build-out on current farmland libraries Libraries need more meeting space media's and parkways. we have neglected the landscapping since instilation. it would help with water conservation if the sprinklers were changed to under ground weeping lines and more of a zero landscapping aproach was implemented. Also, perhaps an adoption approach would help...those near the areas adopt them...perhaps Home Depot would adopt the area outside there store and they could put up low profile signs advertising that they adopted the parkway. also neighborhoods could adopt the area around their neighborhood and the Master Garderers may be interested in adopting some parkways. just some thoughts Jack Carter Dog Park LIGHTS PLEASE!!!! Would love tyo see more trees planted around the pond at Bob Woodruff Park. Could be so much more beautiful Arbor Hills-Enforce dog owners picking up dog's waste willow creek park Rec centers control of children during summer Plano Senior Center Expansion Dog Park at Oak Point Nature Preserve. more green space, more trees I would like to see an increase public parks and recre

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