Downtown Raleigh Cleanliness

Downtown Raleigh Cleanliness

Results from this short survey on downtown Raleigh cleanliness will help inform the City’s operations. For this purpose, downtown Raleigh is defined as Peace Street to Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard, from Boylan Street to Person Street. Survey closes March 9, 2018.

In your opinion, how does the cleanliness of downtown Raleigh compare to other cities’ downtown areas?
Much better
Somewhat better
About the same
Much worse
Don't know
Closed to responses
Please rate your level of agreement with the following statement: “Litter in downtown Raleigh is removed in an acceptable time frame.”
Strongly agree
Agree
Disagree
Strongly disagree
Don't know
Closed to responses

Based on your experience being in downtown Raleigh, please rate whether the following are problems or not:

Litter:
Not at all a problem
Minor problem
Moderate problem
Serious problem
Don't know
Closed to responses
Cigarette butts:
Not at all a problem
Minor problem
Moderate problem
Serious problem
Don't know
Closed to responses
Dirty sidewalks:
Not at all a problem
Minor problem
Moderate problem
Serious problem
Don't know
Closed to responses
Weeds:
Not at all a problem
Minor problem
Moderate problem
Serious problem
Don't know
Closed to responses
Leaves/plant debris:
Not at all a problem
Minor problem
Moderate problem
Serious problem
Don't know
Closed to responses
Other (please specify in comments):
Not at all a problem
Minor problem
Moderate problem
Serious problem
Don't know
Closed to responses
If litter is a moderate to serious problem in downtown Raleigh, check all areas that apply; otherwise leave blank.
Museums/Legislative/Peace Street (North)
Glenwood South (Northwest)
Warehouse District (Southwest)
Fayetteville/Wilmington/Salisbury Streets (Central)
Performing Arts Center/Shaw University (Southeast)
Person Street/City Market (East)
Other (please specify in comments):
Closed to responses
What time of day is it most common for you to see litter in downtown Raleigh?
Morning (before 8 a.m.)
During the day
Evening (6–8 p.m.)
Night
Don't know
Closed to responses
What is your relationship to downtown Raleigh? Check all that apply.
Work there
58%
Live there
57%
Visit there
30%
Closed to responses | 162 Responses
If you don't live or work in downtown Raleigh, how often did you visit in the past year?
More than 12 times
76%
Don't know
12%
5–12 times
10%
Less than 5 times
2%
Closed to responses | 59 Responses
Thanks for your time! Email teamdowntownraleigh@raleighnc.gov or tag #TeamDowntownRaleigh for future cleanliness issues.
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