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    Traffic in Parkside

    The Parkside neighborhood boundaries are illustrated by this map.

    Who are you?

    This is so that we have an idea about your relationship to the neighborhood.

    Are you a resident of Parkside?
    Do you commute through Parkside?
    Do you drive through Parkside?
    Do you bicycle through Parkside?
    Do you walk through Parkside?

    Traffic Volume:

    Safety and Traffic Laws:

    People drive at unsafe speeds on our neighborhood streets.
    Drivers obey traffic signs and other traffic controls on our neighborhood streets.
    The current traffic situation gives an advantage of vehicular traffic over pedestrian traffic.
    I am apprehensive about crossing our neighborhood streets.
    I am apprehensive about children playing near our neighborhood streets.
    I am apprehensive about children crossing neighborhood streets.
    I have NO concerns about traffic safety at this time.

    Police Enforcement:

    I have seen enforcement of traffic laws in the neighborhood.
    There is an adequate police presence enforcing traffic laws in the neighborhood.
    I have communicated with the police department about my concerns.
    I have NOT communicated with the police department about my concerns.
    There is a role for community members in modeling good behavior.
    There is NO role for community members in modeling good behavior.
    I DO NOT have any concerns about police enforcement of traffic laws at this time.

    Parking:

    Drivers sometimes illegally block my driveway, but I have had no issues in correcting this within a reasonable amount of time.
    Drivers sometimes illegally block my driveway, and I have had issues in correcting this within a reasonable amount of time.
    I would like individual parking places marked on Parkside.
    I would like individual parking places marked on the interior streets.
    I have no parking issues at this time.

    Access to the Park:

    I feel safe walking to Delaware Park from the neighborhood.
    I feel safe cycling to Delaware Park from the neighborhood.
    Residents of the neighborhood have adequate access to Delaware Park.
    The new Florence intersection has made it easier to access Delaware Park.
    The new Florence intersection has NOT made it easier to access Delaware Park.
    The Jewett/Parkside intersection provides safe access to Delaware Park.
    The Jewett/Parkside intersection does NOT provide safe access to Delaware Park.
    Not applicable (N/A)

    Special Events and Neighborhood Institutions:

    Surge events, such as the Corporate Challenge and free days at the Zoo, have a negative impact on the neighborhood.
    Surge events, such as the Corporate Challenge and free days at the Zoo, do NOT have a negative impact on the neighborhood.
    There is a consistent police and/or organizer presence for such surge events.
    There is NOT a consistent police and/or organizer presence for such surge events.
    Not applicable (N/A)

    Walking and Cycling in Parkside:

    I am hesitant about walking because of the traffic in the neighborhood.
    I am hesitant about cycling because of the traffic in the neighborhood.
    The crossing time is adequate at the crossing lights.
    The crossing time is NOT adequate
    Not applicable (N/A)

    Care of Roads and Sidewalks:

    Neighbors adequately clear their sidewalks in the neighborhood.
    Neighbors DO NOT adequately clear their sidewalks in the neighborhood.
    The City adequately maintains the streets.
    The City does NOT adequately maintain the streets.

    What else would you like us to know?

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    All money raised helps support continuing non-profit programs of the Parkside Community Association—among them are the Summer Arts Camp for kids, Aging in Place, Crime Prevention, Housing Advocacy, Arts and Crafts Show, Traffic Safety, the renowned Parkside Tour of Homes and Garden & Architecture Tour, and the popular free summer “Movies in the Meadow” series.