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Reimagining the Civic Commons: San Jose Neighborhood Survey

Updated: 4 days ago

Please take a moment to complete the Reimagining the Civic Commons: San Jose Neighborhood Survey produced by SJSU urban planning graduate students in partnership with the Knight Foundation, CommUniverCity, The Guadalupe River Park Conservancy and SPUR.

We want to know how public spaces can improve your neighborhood and city, with a focus on Guadalupe River Park!  We truly value everyone's input, so please share and encourage others to participate!

For English:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScOEOLsAIJb8g_rkb3-3zEvpsLP294HS-iydii8J8M9V1izlw/viewform

For Spanishhttps://forms.gle/HzGSYVGahNQAmCgq9


For Vietnamese:  https://forms.gle/14DRsSNaT3jDKyHD8  



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