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Angenette DeBose inside District 2 July 13, 2018, 4:32 PM

What would you like the prize to be for the winning 918 Day Scavenger Hunt team?
Swag bag from local businesses


Do you have other ideas for what the prize could be for the winning 918 Day Scavenger Hunt team?
A day learning about city government and the processes involved.

Tracie Chandler inside District 1 July 6, 2018, 5:08 PM

Rank the following food-related businesses in order of priority.
Grocery Store, Family Style Dining, Bakery or Sweets Shop, Fine Dining, Other, Fast Food, Coffee Shop, Food Trucks, Farmer's Market


If you feel that there is another type of food-related business that is important for the Phoenix District to have, please describe the business here.
Ice Cream/yogurt


You have ten dots to use, with each dot representing one business you would bring into the area. How would you use them?
Bakery or Sweets Shop (1), Coffee Shop (1), Family Style Dining (1), Farmer's Market (1), Fast Food (1), Fine Dining (1), Grocery Store (1), Other - ice cream/yogurt shop (1)


Choose up to five food types you want in the area.
Asian, Mexican, Soul Food, Pizza, BBQ


Rank the following service-related businesses in order of importance.
Financial Institutions, Community Center, Fitness or Health Center, Automotive Repair, Home Improvement Service Provider, Beauty Supply Stores, Hardware or Home Improvement Store, Barbershops or Hair Salons, Law Services, Specialized Health Care, Dry Cleaners or Laundry Mat, Other


You have ten dots to use, with one dot representing a business you would bring into the area. How would you use them?
Fitness or Health Center (2), Specialized Health Care (1), Financial Institutions (1), Community Center (1), Automotive Repair (1), Beauty Supply Stores (1), Barbershops or Hair Salons (1), Hardware or Home Improvement Store (1), Home Improvement Service Provider (1)


Feel free to list your three favorite service-related businesses that are located in the Phoenix District.
Pleas' payment center, Jack's Memory Chapel


Choose the most important entertainment-related businesses you want to see in the Phoenix District.
Movie theater, Discovery lab, Other, Bowling alley, Park with splash area, Bicycle racing track, Skating rink


If you feel that there is another type of entertainment-related business that is important for the Phoenix District to have, please describe the business here.
Supper Club with live music and poetry


You have ten dots to use, with each dot representing one business you would bring into the are. How would you use them?
Movie theater (1), Bicycle racing track (1), Skating rink (1), Bowling alley (1), Park with splash area (1), Discovery lab (1), Other - Supper Club with live music and poetry (1)


Feel free to list up to three of your favorite entertainment-related businesses that are located in or near the Phoenix District.
36th St. N. Event Center


Choose the most important retail stores you want to see in the Phoenix District.
Outlet mall, Appliance store, Furniture store, Phone store, Business or office supply store, Department store, Bookstore or music store, Bicycle shop, Motorcycle store, Flea market or thrift store, Other


You have ten dots to use, with each dot representing one business you would bring into the area. How would you use them?
Bicycle shop (1), Bookstore or music store (1), Appliance store (1), Department store (1), Furniture store (1), Outlet mall (1), Phone store (1), Business or office supply store (1), Flea market or thrift store (1), Motorcycle store (1)


Where would you like to see new businesses?
Pin at 36.206011, -95.973988 (Grocery store), Pin at 36.206357, -95.973645 (Grocery store), Pin at 36.208989, -95.968838 (Ice Cream/yogurt shop), Pin at 36.204557, -95.992442 (Movie theater)


What are the top three businesses you want to see more of in the Phoenix District?
Grocery store, Restaurants. , Bank,


What are the most important aspects for you when shopping?
Affordability, Proximity to home or work, Location to other services, Local products or small business, Name-brand products or well-known store


What is your vision for economic development in the Phoenix District?
We need mixed use housing! I envision an aesthetic area to shop. The area would have the things that I need so that it would not be necessary for me to leave my community. There would be statutes of important historical figures, representing the diversity of Tulsa, lining 36th St. N.; the shopping area would have colorful concrete blocks with various geometric shapes, letters of the alphabet and numbers. This would allow children to learn as their parents shop (Targets has big round balls in front of the store. There would actually be an industrial park with lots of jobs and there would be beautiful homes and apartments.


Is there anything you feel is important to a thriving local economy that was not addressed in the survey?
There would be proper lighting, the area would be safe and there would be true community policing.

Name not shown inside District 1 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?



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?



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



7. Which of the following priorities is most important when deciding where to shop or dine?
Variety, Price, Quality, Convenience, 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. 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

Name not shown inside District 6 June 29, 2018, 7:37 PM

1. What is the zip code of your current place of residence?
74134


2. What percentage (%) of overall retail purchases do you make online?
10


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



4. What percentage (%) of overall in-store retail purchases do you make in Tulsa city limits?
50


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



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



7. Which of the following priorities is most important when deciding where to shop or dine?
Price, Convenience, Store experience, Quality, 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?
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. What do you like about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.
Convenience followed by quality and variety


11. What would you change about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.
Not much-we have everything we use and need within easy reach


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


13. What does the term "shop local" mean to you?
Shopping stores that are located in my neighborhood or community, regardless of whether they may be chain 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


15. What additional thoughts would you like to share as the City prepares a strategy for retail development?
Might be nice to cluster businesses rather than allow building wherever the space is cheap

Name not shown inside District 8 June 29, 2018, 6:34 PM

1. What is the zip code of your current place of residence?
74137


2. What percentage (%) of overall retail purchases do you make online?
50


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



4. What percentage (%) of overall in-store retail purchases do you make in Tulsa city limits?
90


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



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



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


11. What would you change about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.
Wish there were fewer banks and liquor stores. I have 6 of both within a 2 mile radius.


12. What other types of commercial businesses would you like to see in your neighborhood?
Restaurants, Hallmark, wish the Braum's would come back,


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?
Wish we would get an Ikea store and a Container store. I don't live near Promenade area, but I hate to see that area go defunct. Wish there was something that would perk it up.

Name not shown inside District 4 June 29, 2018, 4:46 PM

1. What is the zip code of your current place of residence?
74112


2. What percentage (%) of overall retail purchases do you make online?
50


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



4. What percentage (%) of overall in-store retail purchases do you make in Tulsa city limits?
50


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



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



7. Which of the following priorities is most important when deciding where to shop or dine?
Price, Convenience, Store experience, Variety, Quality


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. What do you like about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.
There's several healthy dining options, a hardware store, a grocery store, drug store, plus some specialty shops like Mammoth and Bound For Glory. So convenience, variety, and value.There's not a lot of "fancy" places, if that's what's meant by quality, but it's all good enough for me.


11. What would you change about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.
I'm fairly happy with my area. However, there are lots of empty car lots along 11th that could be utilized better. They're just blank canvases.


12. What other types of commercial businesses would you like to see in your neighborhood?
I'd like to see more experience based businesses, Escape Rooms or maybe a second run theater. Maybe a roller rink or an arcade. I guess it'd be nice to have a good bar or two as well.


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

Name not shown inside District 8 June 29, 2018, 3:23 PM

1. What is the zip code of your current place of residence?
74137


2. What percentage (%) of overall retail purchases do you make online?
50


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



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?



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



7. Which of the following priorities is most important when deciding where to shop or dine?
Price, Convenience, Quality, Variety, 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. What do you like about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.
convenience


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


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


13. What does the term "shop local" mean to you?
Shopping stores that are located in my neighborhood or community, regardless of whether they may be chain businesses.


15. What additional thoughts would you like to share as the City prepares a strategy for retail development?
design strip malls and all retail with pedestrians in mind

Name not shown inside District 5 June 29, 2018, 2:48 PM

1. What is the zip code of your current place of residence?
74112


2. What percentage (%) of overall retail purchases do you make online?
10


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



4. What percentage (%) of overall in-store retail purchases do you make in Tulsa city limits?
80


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



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



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


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


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


13. What does the term "shop local" mean to you?
Shopping stores that are located in my neighborhood or community, regardless of whether they may be chain 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?
Farmers Market, Cooking Classes

Tony Hammontree inside District 4 June 28, 2018, 4:30 PM

1. What is the zip code of your current place of residence?
74114


2. What percentage (%) of overall retail purchases do you make online?
18


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



4. What percentage (%) of overall in-store retail purchases do you make in Tulsa city limits?
82


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



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



7. Which of the following priorities is most important when deciding where to shop or dine?
Convenience, Store experience, Variety, Price, Quality


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. What do you like about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.
Close to my house, human scale, contextual to neighborhood, apart of the city street grid, vibrant, customer/ business relationship, variety.


11. What would you change about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.
If people could walk to it and if it had solid public transportation to it.


12. What other types of commercial businesses would you like to see in your neighborhood?
Would like to see direct fiber internet connections to private units in multi-dwelling units to attract people who want to work from home. Great for entrepreneurs.


13. What does the term "shop local" mean to you?
Other - A combination of all four. The more the business is tied to the neighborhood the better, but I consider shopping for a frosty at Wendy's at 31st and Harvard local.


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?
Other - I think figuring out ways to make communities of color feel safe to express their culture. If policies are created from the active majority, how does that affect the inactive minority neighborhoods.


15. What additional thoughts would you like to share as the City prepares a strategy for retail development?
Don't let the council pass ZCA-10.

Name not shown outside Districts June 28, 2018, 3:37 PM

Share what you consider are strengths in the Arena District. This can be an institution, business, place, or destination.
The BOK Center, The Cox Business Center, The Aloft Hotel


Share what you consider as weaknesses in the Arena District. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
The Federal Courthouse is stuck in the 1950s. UGLY!, The library attracts so many transient people who just trash the place, beg for money, and sleep in the bathroom stalls as if they were apartments for homeless people., The restaurants around the BOK are too expensive!


Share what parts of the district you consider to be a priority and/or have opportunity. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
The Federal Courthouse’s appearance, Fixing up the older buildings to the west of the BOK Center and getting tenants or a contractor to do something special with them., Get the homeless people out of the library. They’re living in there.