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Name not available December 13, 2019, 11:10 AM

Grade school water cycle and conservation education programs $0
Landscape water efficiency training for professionals and homeowners $0
Promoting conservation throughout the community $0
Zanjeros (trained water managers that provide free water audits for customers) $0
Water waste enforcement $5
Conservation research $0
Customer rebate programs $90
Low income assistance $5
OTHER* $0

Leighton Rockafellow December 13, 2019, 10:38 AM

What are the most common reasons you contact the City? (select all that apply)
Report a pothole


How often do you contact the City?
Occasionally


How do you typically connect with the City?
By phone


Do you try to find information on the City’s website before calling?
Yes


How do you know what number to call?
I search for the number by department


What is your experience finding the right City phone number to call?
Easy


Why did you give that answer:
Because it is.


How would you prefer to connect with the City (rank all in order of most preferred to least preferred)?
By phone, Email, Smart phone App


Other:
Easiest for me


Why did you select your number 1 choice?
2nd easiest for me


Not including emergency needs, when would be the best days and time of day for you to connect with the City?
Standard business hours (Weekdays, 8 AM to 5 PM) work best for me


Is there anything you’d like us to know about your experiences with the days/times City services are available?
No


How would you prefer to file non-emergency police reports?
On-line


How would you describe your most recent experience with the City?
Neither good or bad


Please tell us about that experience and why you rated it the way you did.

Reported pot hole is @ 721 N Tucson Blvd + numerous potholes at Tucson Blvd @ 9th, all in the N. bound lanes. This report came out as Tucson Blvd @ 6th which is incorrect.


What type of proactive information would you like? (select all that apply)
Status of your requests (pot holes, landscaping, graffiti, etc.)


What is your zip code?
85719


What age range do you fall into? (Optional)
55-73 year’s old


Which of the following describe you? (select all that apply). This is optional, but it will help the City understand how our customers needs differ and work to meet the need of all of our customers.
Business Owner

Name not available December 13, 2019, 8:36 AM

Grade school water cycle and conservation education programs $5
Landscape water efficiency training for professionals and homeowners $5
Promoting conservation throughout the community $5
Zanjeros (trained water managers that provide free water audits for customers) $5
Water waste enforcement $5
Conservation research $10
Customer rebate programs $50
Low income assistance $15
OTHER* $0

Rebates beyond toilets. Pool covers, bidets, and home based urinals should be included.

K Miller December 13, 2019, 8:02 AM

Grade school water cycle and conservation education programs $10
Landscape water efficiency training for professionals and homeowners $0
Promoting conservation throughout the community $0
Zanjeros (trained water managers that provide free water audits for customers) $0
Water waste enforcement $0
Conservation research $10
Customer rebate programs $5
Low income assistance $0
OTHER* $75

* The biggest threat to the water supply of the southwest is over-development. There's no sense in throwing money at projects designed to reduce water use if we're also going to allow uncontrolled growth of new housing and industry in the area. I agree with Roxy R. Randy - use the money to lobby and support Growth (control) Initiatives first and foremost. Without growth regulation, even the most earnest grass roots support is just going to grow a lawn for politicians and developers to play on.

Name not available December 13, 2019, 6:43 AM

What are the most common reasons you contact the City? (select all that apply)
Report Right of Way issues (tree trimming, weeds, landscaping in the Right of Way)


How often do you contact the City?
Occasionally


How do you typically connect with the City?
Finding information/resources on-line


How would you prefer to connect with the City (rank all in order of most preferred to least preferred)?
Access to information/resources on-line


Why did you select your number 1 choice?
I have easy access to an internet-enabled computer.


Not including emergency needs, when would be the best days and time of day for you to connect with the City?
Standard business hours (Weekdays, 8 AM to 5 PM) work best for me


How would you prefer to file non-emergency police reports?
Over the phone (a dedicated number that is not 911)


How would you describe your most recent experience with the City?
Good


Please tell us about that experience and why you rated it the way you did.

I submitted a request for street sweeping (ID: 18278) and most of it was completed, but a significant portion that is equally hazardous was not, so I will have to submit another request.


What type of proactive information would you like? (select all that apply)
Bill information (due date, amount owed, etc.), Planned City service information (water or trash/recycling schedules, interruptions, routes, etc.), Unplanned City service information (water or trash/recycling outages, emerging issues, etc.), Status of your requests (pot holes, landscaping, graffiti, etc.)


What is your zip code?
85756


What age range do you fall into? (Optional)
23-38 year’s old


Which of the following describe you? (select all that apply). This is optional, but it will help the City understand how our customers needs differ and work to meet the need of all of our customers.
Employed Full Time

Name not shown December 13, 2019, 5:06 AM

Grade school water cycle and conservation education programs $0
Landscape water efficiency training for professionals and homeowners $10
Promoting conservation throughout the community $50
Zanjeros (trained water managers that provide free water audits for customers) $0
Water waste enforcement $5
Conservation research $0
Customer rebate programs $25
Low income assistance $10
OTHER* $0

Rosemary Bolza December 12, 2019, 6:51 PM

Grade school water cycle and conservation education programs $5
Landscape water efficiency training for professionals and homeowners $0
Promoting conservation throughout the community $5
Zanjeros (trained water managers that provide free water audits for customers) $5
Water waste enforcement $5
Conservation research $10
Customer rebate programs $5
Low income assistance $5
OTHER* $60

Fund a basin crew to install and maintain water collection basins throughout Tucson

Stephen Harvey December 12, 2019, 5:14 PM

Grade school water cycle and conservation education programs $5
Landscape water efficiency training for professionals and homeowners $10
Promoting conservation throughout the community $0
Zanjeros (trained water managers that provide free water audits for customers) $10
Water waste enforcement $10
Conservation research $5
Customer rebate programs $0
Low income assistance $10
OTHER* $50

Labor to design and construct berms for quick and low-cost water harvesting systems in homeowner's yard BEFORE discharging into the street.

Name not available December 12, 2019, 5:04 PM

Grade school water cycle and conservation education programs $0
Landscape water efficiency training for professionals and homeowners $0
Promoting conservation throughout the community $0
Zanjeros (trained water managers that provide free water audits for customers) $0
Water waste enforcement $0
Conservation research $0
Customer rebate programs $0
Low income assistance $0
OTHER* $100

Making car washes pay more. Washing your car every week isn't a necessity.

Name not available December 12, 2019, 3:27 PM

Grade school water cycle and conservation education programs $15
Landscape water efficiency training for professionals and homeowners $20
Promoting conservation throughout the community $10
Zanjeros (trained water managers that provide free water audits for customers) $10
Water waste enforcement $5
Conservation research $5
Customer rebate programs $15
Low income assistance $20
OTHER* $0