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City of Corona General Plan Technical Update

Healthy Communities Survey

 

The City of Corona is in the process of preparing a technical update to the General Plan.  One component of the update is to address health conditions in Corona, constraints to improving health outcomes, and opportunities.  The City would like to hear from its residents and community partners on what you think helps make Corona a healthy community to live, work, and recreate.

Healthy communities are those that prioritize the health and well-being of all people.  This goal is achieved through strategies and programs that affect the physical, natural, health, and social environments where we live, work, recreate, and learn. This includes the City’s buildings, transportation, housing, and other land uses. It includes open spaces, air and water quality, parks, and other features of our natural environment. It includes being able to find accessible and affordable health services locally. And schools, education, public safety, and our local economy also have an important role in being a healthy community.

This brief survey asks you to prioritize issues about community health. Please rank the following topics from 1 (lowest priority) to 4 (highest priority). The following topics are in random order.  NOTE: No more than five topics can be ranked “Highest Priority (4)”. If there is a topic not included in this survey that you would like the City to consider, please fill out the optional short-answer question at the end.

Please correct the field(s) marked in red below:

What is most important for making Corona a healthier city?

Parks and playgrounds that are accessible for all ages and abilities.

Parks and playgrounds that are accessible for all ages and abilities.

Recreation and education programs from childhood to seniors.

Recreation and education programs from childhood to seniors.

Active sports fields and other recreational infrastructure.

Active sports fields and other recreational infrastructure.

Multi-use trails linking to parks and open spaces.

Multi-use trails linking to parks and open spaces.

Affordable housing (veterans, seniors, families, etc.)

Affordable housing (veterans, seniors, families, etc.)

Cleaner environment, with less land/air pollution and noise.

Cleaner environment, with less land/air pollution and noise.

Access to a full range of medical, behavioral, and other services.

Access to a full range of medical, behavioral, and other services.

Health education and public outreach.

Health education and public outreach.

Strong local economy with high paying jobs.

Strong local economy with high paying jobs.

Library system with programs and technology.

Library system with programs and technology.

Lifelong learning and job training opportunities.

Lifelong learning and job training opportunities.

Access to healthy foods (e.g., grocers, community gardens, etc.)

Access to healthy foods (e.g., grocers, community gardens, etc.)

Maintaining safe drinking water.

Maintaining safe drinking water.

Public transportation use (to reduce air pollution).

Public transportation use (to reduce air pollution).

Safe(r) roadways, bike lanes and sidewalks.

Safe(r) roadways, bike lanes and sidewalks.

Public safety from personal and property crime.

Public safety from personal and property crime.

Public school security and anti-bullying efforts.

Public school security and anti-bullying efforts.

What other community health topics would you like the City to consider?

 (limited to 250 characters)

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