This fall, the Park Slope Civic Council conducted a survey to discover which local issues were most important to our membership. The survey was actually undertaken by the PSCC's Membership Committee, in an effort to better engage with the community.
The results were presented at the December 3, 2009 meeting of the Park Slope Civic Council. Approximately 135 members took the time to complete the survey. The top 5 issues are shown in the graph below (another 5 "lesser" issues were on the next slide):
Topping the list is Historic District Designation. 68% of respondents considered the historic district to be a "very important" issue for the Park Slope Civic Council, nudging out "Safe Streets", at 67%, for first place.
Thanks to the PSCC Membership Committee for conducting the survey and preparing the presentation.
Anyone who cares about Park Slope should definitely consider joining and becoming involved with the Civic Council... a vital local organization is of paramount importance to any community, and we need all the help we can get. Is there an issue you feel we are not addressing? Join us and make it happen! It's your community, and your organization.