The City & County of Honolulu’s Department of Planning & Permitting (DPP) recently posted an online survey about the Oahu General Plan as part of its project to update the plan. The plan helps guide long-range planning and growth for Oahu, while the Ko’olau Loa Sustainable Communities Plan focuses on our region.
The DPP survey polls residents on a number of topics relevant to our communities, such as: where housing and growth should occur on Oahu, sustainability, the need for visitor services and accommodations island-wide, ways to improve the economy and affordable housing situation, etc. The findings from the DPP survey will provide insight about issues being considered as part of the City’s effort to update the plan, and will also be used to focus discussion at the first community meeting for the project, to be held on Thursday, July 7, 2011. We’ll provide more detail on that meeting as the date approaches.
The anonymous survey is designed to take about 10 minutes and we encourage everyone to participate. Here’s the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RFVMYFZ.
Remember, your opinion matters and every voice counts!