2016 Flatiron BID Community Survey Results
The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership (BID) recently conducted its tenth annual Community Survey to gather feedback about the district and the BID’s services from local stakeholders. The Community Survey was conducted between September 14, 2016 and November 7, 2016, and generated 450 responses, with nearly 75% of respondents living or working in the district.
The annual Community Survey is an invaluable source of information for the BID as it helps us evaluate our work and better understand the public’s priorities for the neighborhood. Neighborhood support for the BID’s work remains robust with 88.3% of respondents indicating that they strongly approved or approved of the overall job done by the BID.
The BID’s individual programmatic areas also received high ratings from survey respondents. 87.9% of respondents thought the Clean Streets program was good or excellent and 74.1% thought the same of Public Safety. Public Improvement and Marketing received a 73.5% and 65.6% approval rating, respectively.
Survey respondents also expressed strong support for the Public Plazas at 23rd Street, Broadway, and Fifth Avenue, which received a 90.8% approval rating.
To view the full Community Survey report, click here.