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Survey Request thru Feb 19

Dear Community Member,

You have been identified as a stakeholder we should hear from as we form recommendations for the planned public space project under the I-59/20 overpass.

Below, you’ll find a link to a survey which asks how you use existing public spaces in Birmingham, and allows you to react to different activities and programs that we are considering for the space.

Begin the Online Survey

  • This round of survey questions will close on Friday, February 19, 2016 at 5 PMThe responses will be used to help inform preliminary designs for the   space. However, please know that the programming conversation will continue as the project evolves
  • We encourage you to forward this survey to your constituents and colleagues, and any other community members who might be interested. All feedback is welcome!
  • PDF versions of the survey questions can be found in this link. If you choose to print the surveys and fill them out on paper, please mail the completed copies to BWSC’s office:
    Barge Waggoner, Sumner, and Cannon
    Attn: Lyn Duncan, I-59/20 Project
    3535 Grandview Parkway, Suite 500
    Birmingham, AL 35243
  • Printed copies of the survey will be available at the Fountain Heights Recreation Center. You can also drop off printed surveys at this location:
    Fountain Heights Park Recreation Center
    1101 15th Avenue North
    Birmingham, AL 35204

The survey should take about 10-15 minutes to complete, and we are very grateful for your time and thoughtful opinions. Community input will be vital in making this space a success.


The I-59/20 Public Space Design Team



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