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BASALT MASTER PLAN

Introduction

Thank you for staying engaged in the Basalt Master Plan process and attending the Fall Open House, November 13th. Click HERE if you would like to download the presentation we shared.

If you were unable to attend or participate, we are excited to provide this on-line opportunity to take part in the input-gathering activities presented at the Fall Open House. To that end, if you provided input in person at the open house, please DO NOT vote again on-line. This opportunity is for those who did not have a chance to vote or were unable to

BASALT MASTER PLAN

Introduction

Thank you for staying engaged in the Basalt Master Plan process and attending the Fall Open House, November 13th. Click HERE if you would like to download the presentation we shared.

If you were unable to attend or participate, we are excited to provide this on-line opportunity to take part in the input-gathering activities presented at the Fall Open House. To that end, if you provided input in person at the open house, please DO NOT vote again on-line. This opportunity is for those who did not have a chance to vote or were unable to attend the Fall Open House. The team and the community thanks you for following this request on your honor. Please note: these surveys will close on November 25th.

There are two activities you can participate in by clicking on the Master Plan Surveys tab at the bottom of the page:

Community Projects

This list of projects has been identified throughout the community input process. Projects have been organized into 'buckets' of anticipated cost ranges to better help you understand the resources required to accomplish them. These will be ‘government funded’, though many projects may be accomplished via grants, partnerships, borrowing, bonding, etc.

Primary Parcels

There were several key parcels identified as important areas to consider for future land use. These are shown in green on the map below. Of those, four primary parcels were chosen to be studied in greater depth regarding their potential land use. These are shown in red.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    If you voted at the Open House, PLEASE DO NOT VOTE AGAIN. This opportunity is for those who were unable to attend or didn't have the chance to participate at the Open House.

    There were several key parcels identified as important areas to consider for future land use. These are shown in green on the map below. Of those, four primary parcels were chosen to be studied in greater depth regarding their potential land use. These are shown in red. Below are the alternatives studies and summarizing statistics (images) for each parcel. If you can't read the images, increase your

    If you voted at the Open House, PLEASE DO NOT VOTE AGAIN. This opportunity is for those who were unable to attend or didn't have the chance to participate at the Open House.

    There were several key parcels identified as important areas to consider for future land use. These are shown in green on the map below. Of those, four primary parcels were chosen to be studied in greater depth regarding their potential land use. These are shown in red. Below are the alternatives studies and summarizing statistics (images) for each parcel. If you can't read the images, increase your computer screen size to 200% (Ctrl +/-). 

    It is important to remember you are not voting on the design of these parcels but rather whether these are appropriate uses and densities. You are asked to vote for one option per parcel. You may also choose 'Neither'. If you choose 'Neither' or you have additional comments, we'd love to hear your thoughts!


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    If you voted at the Open House, PLEASE DO NOT VOTE AGAIN. This opportunity is for those who were unable to attend or didn't have the chance to participate at the Fall Open House.

    The following list of projects has been identified throughout the community input process. Projects have been organized into 'buckets' of anticipated cost ranges to better help you understand the resources required to accomplish them. Click HERE to download the exercise shared at the Fall Open House. These projects will be ‘government funded’, though many projects may be accomplished via grants, partnerships, borrowing or bonding, etc.

    Directions:

    If you voted at the Open House, PLEASE DO NOT VOTE AGAIN. This opportunity is for those who were unable to attend or didn't have the chance to participate at the Fall Open House.

    The following list of projects has been identified throughout the community input process. Projects have been organized into 'buckets' of anticipated cost ranges to better help you understand the resources required to accomplish them. Click HERE to download the exercise shared at the Fall Open House. These projects will be ‘government funded’, though many projects may be accomplished via grants, partnerships, borrowing or bonding, etc.

    Directions: Please scan the ENTIRE list below. You have 5 total ‘votes’; each vote represents $100,000 so you have $500,000 to ‘spend’ across this entire list of projects. How would you spend your budget? All toward one big project? A little here and a little there?

    Below the project list are the questions where you will be asked to allocate your 'votes'/budget. You can choose 5 different projects to spend $100,000 on or one project to spend $500,000 on or anything in between. If you want to spend more than $100,000 on a single project, simply write in that project as many times as the money you want to spend, in $100,000 increments.

    Feel free to use 'cut and paste' functionality to simplify this process.

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    Your input is important to us and responses to this survey are confidential. Aggregated results will be posted to the What We've Heard page after we've closed this survey.

    Your input is important to us and responses to this survey are confidential. Aggregated results will be posted to the What We've Heard page after we've closed this survey.

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    *Disclaimer – This survey is primarily intended for Pitkin County community residents and property owners in the area between Basalt and the Woody Creek Caucus. Please fill this form out if you reside or own property in the area shown on the map above. If you do not live or own property in the focus area and wish to give feedback on these topics, you are welcome to do so but please indicate where you live and your interest in your response to the questions asked below. Para español visite www.hablemos.Basalt.net.


    *Disclaimer – This survey is primarily intended for Pitkin County community residents and property owners in the area between Basalt and the Woody Creek Caucus. Please fill this form out if you reside or own property in the area shown on the map above. If you do not live or own property in the focus area and wish to give feedback on these topics, you are welcome to do so but please indicate where you live and your interest in your response to the questions asked below. Para español visite www.hablemos.Basalt.net.


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