Do you have opinions about what makes your community livable? If so, researchers at the University of Oregon are interested in your opinions.
The term "livability" is frequently used and promoted by communities across the United States. In Oregon, various local communities, including some state agencies, seek to improve livability. But what is it? The Community Service Center at the University of Oregon wants to know what you think livability is, specifically as it relates to transportation and land use patterns in your neighborhood. This survey will help Oregon governments and organizations better understand your community's needs and preferences.
If you would like to share your opinions, we invite you to participate in a focus group. We will be holding a focus group in Medford on Wednesday, May 10 from 3:30 to 5 PM at the Medford Public Library, and another focus group in Ashland on Wednesday, May 10 from 3:30 to 5 PM at Ashland's Pioneer Hall. Please fill out the RSVP survey, linked below, so we will know if you are available to attend.
The focus group will be 90 minutes in length with a short break halfway through. Light refreshments will be provided and we will hold a raffle for an opportunity for participants to win a gift certificate. If you have questions, please contact Bob Parker (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 541-346-3801.