CDBG Community Outreach Survey
RequiredRequired Question(s)
Dear Survey Participant,

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.  Before proceeding, please read the following background information.

Background
The City of Vista receives an annual allocation of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  The purpose of these funds is to assist low-income persons and/or neighborhoods.   

Purpose of Survey
Your feedback will help the City determine priorities for the use of these funds.  Survey questions are focused on overall community development and service needs, with a focus on the needs of low-income persons.

The survey has two areas: (1) Public Facilities and Improvements and (2) Public Services.  Please rank each of the activities in these areas on the following scale:

  - High: The current priority need level is high and of great concern.
  - Medium: The current priority need level is moderate.
  - Low: The current priority level is low and not of great concern.
  - No Such Need: No such community need exists.

Responses will be accepted up to November 20, 2017.

For additional information, contact:

Amanda Lee
Housing Manager
760.643.5207
 
Required 1.

Which of the following best describes you?

Vista resident
Vista business owner
Service agency serving Vista residents
Professional organization
Other  
Required 2.

Set a priority for each Public Facilities and Improvements Item.

 


High: The current priority need level is high and of great concern.

Medium: The current priority need level is moderate.
Low: The current priority level is low and not of great concern
No Such Need: No such community need exists


 High Medium Low No Such Need  
Senior Centers  
Homeless Facilities  
Parks, Recreational Facilities  
Street Improvements  
Sidewalks  
Child Care Centers  
Health Facilities  
Abused and Neglected Children Facilities  
Street Lighting  
Required 3.

Set a priority for each Public Service Item - Part One

 

 

High: The current priority need level is high and of great concern.
Medium: The current priority need level is moderate.
Low: The current priority level is low and not of great concern
No Such Need: No such community need exists


 High Medium Low No Such Need  
Homeless/AIDS Patients Programs  
Emergency Rental Assistance  
Senior Services  
Handicapped Services  
Youth Services  
Transportation Services  
Food Banks  
Neighborhood Cleanups  
Substance Abuse Services  
Battered and Abused Spouses Services  
Required 4.

Set a priority for each Public Service Item - Part Two

 

 

High: The current priority need level is high and of great concern.
Medium: The current priority need level is moderate.
Low: The current priority level is low and not of great concern
No Such Need: No such community need exists


 High Medium Low No Such Need  
Job Training Services  
Crime Awareness/Prevention  
Fair Housing Activities  
Tenant/Landlord Counseling  
Child Care Services  
Health Services  
Abused and Neglected Children Services  
Mental Health Services  
Screening for Lead-Based Paint/Lead Hazards Poison