2014 Survey
Dear citizen: Your feedback is appreciated.

Thank you.
Which of the following issues facing St. Petersburg residents before Mayor Kriseman took office in January 2014 were most important to you?
Ending the red light camera program.
Eradication of poverty in St. Petersburg.
Naming a new police chief and improving the culture and morale at the St. Petersburg Police Department.
Reopening of the St. Petersburg Pier approach and creating a plan to build a new Pier.
Resolution of the stadium stalemate with the Tampa Bay Rays.
Which of these initiatives led by Mayor Kriseman are the most significant to you?
Creating a balanced budget shaped by the city's vision and utilizing strategic pathways, with new and increased investments in community priorities, and putting $1 million in reserves for the first time in nearly a decade.
Moving forward with the St. Petersburg CRA process for South St. Petersburg, launching the Deuces Live! Sunday Market, opening two satellite offices in South St. Pete, and initiating the Midtown black business incubator.
Reaching an agreement with Pinellas County over emergency medical services (EMS).
Removing red tape for small businesses by engaging the small business community through tours and a town hall.
A number of actions have been taken by Mayor Kriseman and his staff to raise the City of St. Petersburg's profile. Rank the following in order of importance, with 1 being the most important:

(1 = Most)
Hosted a sea level rise symposium during the Blue Ocean Film Festival.
Joined the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
Named LGBT Liaisons for the City and for the St. Petersburg Police Department.
Signed the national Mayors Against Illegal Guns pledge.
Signed the national Mayors for the Freedom to Marry pledge.
Mayor Kriseman is working to change the culture of the city - and that starts with leading by example. At City Hall, a number of actions have been taken. Rank these in order of importance, with 1 being most important.

(1 = Most)
"Banned the box" on city applications, opening up the application process to a wider array of citizens.
Announced six-week parental leave for city employees
Raised the minimum wage for city employees.
Revamped the Mayor's Action Center, including implementation of the "See Click Fix" app