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How can the City of Tulsa better meet your local retail and dining needs?

424 registered responses


1. What is the zip code of your current place of residence?

Answered
424
Skipped
0

2. What percentage (%) of overall retail purchases do you make online?

Average
32.94
Total
13935.02
Count
423
Skipped
1

3. How often do you make online purchases of the following items?

Groceries and food items
Response Percent Response Count
Never 66.8% 282
Annually 13.5% 57
Monthly 10.4% 44
Weekly 8.5% 36
Clothing and accessories
Response Percent Response Count
Never 10.2% 43
Annually 43.6% 184
Monthly 41.9% 177
Weekly 3.6% 15
Furniture and home décor
Response Percent Response Count
Never 41.5% 175
Annually 48.6% 205
Monthly 8.3% 35
Weekly 0.9% 4
Appliances and electronics
Response Percent Response Count
Never 35.8% 151
Annually 49.5% 209
Monthly 12.3% 52
Weekly 0.7% 3
Media e.g. books, movies, music
Response Percent Response Count
Never 9.5% 40
Annually 28.7% 121
Monthly 42.2% 178
Weekly 18.7% 79

4. What percentage (%) of overall in-store retail purchases do you make in Tulsa city limits?

Average
75.46
Total
31920.95
Count
423
Skipped
1

5. How often do you visit the following shopping areas in Tulsa city limits?

Downtown (including Tulsa Arts District)
Response Percent Response Count
Never 18.2% 77
Annually 23.2% 98
Monthly 29.3% 124
Weekly 28.1% 119
Woodland Hills
Response Percent Response Count
Never 22.7% 96
Annually 52.5% 222
Monthly 21.0% 89
Weekly 3.1% 13
Pine and Peoria
Response Percent Response Count
Never 76.1% 322
Annually 8.7% 37
Monthly 7.8% 33
Weekly 6.1% 26
Utica Square
Response Percent Response Count
Never 16.8% 71
Annually 41.1% 174
Monthly 27.9% 118
Weekly 13.2% 56
Brookside
Response Percent Response Count
Never 15.6% 66
Annually 27.7% 117
Monthly 33.6% 142
Weekly 21.5% 91
21st and Garnett
Response Percent Response Count
Never 73.5% 311
Annually 13.7% 58
Monthly 8.5% 36
Weekly 3.3% 14
Cherry St.
Response Percent Response Count
Never 19.1% 81
Annually 25.3% 107
Monthly 35.7% 151
Weekly 17.7% 75
Tulsa Hills
Response Percent Response Count
Never 19.6% 83
Annually 31.4% 133
Monthly 29.3% 124
Weekly 17.7% 75
Promenade Mall
Response Percent Response Count
Never 23.4% 99
Annually 44.7% 189
Monthly 25.1% 106
Weekly 5.2% 22
71st & Memorial
Response Percent Response Count
Never 22.7% 96
Annually 42.6% 180
Monthly 25.1% 106
Weekly 9.2% 39

6. How often do you visit the following shopping areas out of Tulsa city limits?

Oklahoma City, OK
Response Percent Response Count
Never 54.4% 230
Annually 40.2% 170
Monthly 4.3% 18
Weekly 0.9% 4
Kansas City, KS or MO
Response Percent Response Count
Never 77.8% 329
Annually 20.8% 88
Monthly 0.7% 3
Broken Arrow, OK
Response Percent Response Count
Never 44.7% 189
Annually 33.8% 143
Monthly 15.8% 67
Weekly 5.2% 22
Dallas, TX
Response Percent Response Count
Never 58.9% 249
Annually 38.5% 163
Monthly 2.1% 9
Weekly 0.2% 1
Jenks, OK
Response Percent Response Count
Never 45.9% 194
Annually 34.0% 144
Monthly 15.8% 67
Weekly 3.3% 14

7. Which of the following priorities is most important when deciding where to shop or dine?

Average priorities over 424 responses

  1. Quality

  2. Convenience

  3. Price

  4. Store experience

  5. Variety

8. If more walkable, open air shopping areas like Cherry St., Kendall Whittier, Tulsa Arts District, Utica Square and Brookside were developed near your home/work would you be more inclined to visit them as opposed to a more typical strip center?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 87.5% 370
No 12.5% 53

9. How well do you feel the retail options in your neighborhood meet your common shopping needs: supermarkets, drug stores, hardware stores, restaurants, etc.? (0=does not meet my needs to 100=meets my needs very well)

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Response Percent Response Count
0 9.7% 41
10 7.1% 30
20 4.3% 18
30 6.2% 26
40 4.3% 18
50 8.3% 35
60 8.3% 35
70 10.4% 44
80 15.4% 65
90 15.9% 67
100 10.2% 43

10. What do you like about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.

Answered
404
Skipped
20

11. What would you change about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.

Answered
404
Skipped
20

12. What other types of commercial businesses would you like to see in your neighborhood?

Answered
369
Skipped
55

13. What does the term "shop local" mean to you?

Response Percent Response Count
Shopping stores that are located in my neighborhood or community, regardless of whether they may be chain businesses. 16.8% 71
Shopping at locally owned/operated, usually independent businesses. 58.8% 248
Purchasing products that are grown or manufactured in the region. 5.7% 24
Purchasing goods that keep sales tax in the City of Tulsa. 14.2% 60
Other 4.5% 19

14. There is a concentration of Asian and Hispanic businesses in east Tulsa. The area may be identified as an “international district” with shopping, dining, and cultural activities representing several ethnicities. What features or activities might encourage/discourage you from visiting?

Response Percent Response Count
Festivals 58.1% 232
Farmers Market 54.4% 217
Cooking Classes 28.1% 112
Other 33.8% 135

15. What additional thoughts would you like to share as the City prepares a strategy for retail development?

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303
Skipped
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June 29, 2018, 9:44 PM
  • 1. What is the zip code of your current place of residence?
    74127
  • 2. What percentage (%) of overall retail purchases do you make online?
    75
  • 3. How often do you make online purchases of the following items?
    • Groceries and food items - Never
    • Clothing and accessories - Annually
    • Furniture and home décor - Annually
    • Appliances and electronics - Monthly
    • Media e.g. books, movies, music - Monthly
  • 4. What percentage (%) of overall in-store retail purchases do you make in Tulsa city limits?
    95
  • 5. How often do you visit the following shopping areas in Tulsa city limits?
    • Downtown (including Tulsa Arts District) - Monthly
    • Woodland Hills - Weekly
    • Pine and Peoria - Weekly
    • Utica Square - Annually
    • Brookside - Monthly
    • 21st and Garnett - Monthly
    • Cherry St. - Monthly
    • Tulsa Hills - Annually
    • Promenade Mall - Annually
    • 71st & Memorial - Monthly
  • 6. How often do you visit the following shopping areas out of Tulsa city limits?
    • Oklahoma City, OK - Annually
    • Kansas City, KS or MO - Annually
    • Broken Arrow, OK - Monthly
    • Dallas, TX - Annually
    • Jenks, OK - Monthly
  • 7. Which of the following priorities is most important when deciding where to shop or dine?

    1. Variety

    2. Price

    3. Quality

    4. Convenience

    5. Store experience
  • 8. If more walkable, open air shopping areas like Cherry St., Kendall Whittier, Tulsa Arts District, Utica Square and Brookside were developed near your home/work would you be more inclined to visit them as opposed to a more typical strip center?
    • Yes
  • 9. How well do you feel the retail options in your neighborhood meet your common shopping needs: supermarkets, drug stores, hardware stores, restaurants, etc.? (0=does not meet my needs to 100=meets my needs very well)
    • - - 10
  • 10. What do you like about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.
    black owned businesses, convenient by car/near major highways
  • 11. What would you change about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.
    need a grocery store that is not a dollar store
  • 12. What other types of commercial businesses would you like to see in your neighborhood?
    more commercial businesses in general
  • 13. What does the term "shop local" mean to you?
    • Shopping at locally owned/operated, usually independent businesses.
  • 14. There is a concentration of Asian and Hispanic businesses in east Tulsa. The area may be identified as an “international district” with shopping, dining, and cultural activities representing several ethnicities. What features or activities might encourage/discourage you from visiting?
    • Festivals
    • Farmers Market
    • Cooking Classes
  • 15. What additional thoughts would you like to share as the City prepares a strategy for retail development?
    awareness of and consideration of less densely developed areas, and areas that have been 'forgotten' in the past, such as North Tulsa and East Tulsa
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Woodland Hills
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Utica Square
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Tulsa Hills
Promenade Mall
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