Euclid - A Bike Friendly Community Survey
Euclid is becoming a more bike friendly community. Euclid, a Bike Friendly Community Survey is your opportunity to make biking better in Euclid! You have ideas and observations that are important. We want your input; whether you ride for recreation, transportation, adventure, to visit a friend, go to the store, to the park, and even if you do not ride a bike. And whether you live in Euclid, Cleveland, or another community, a bicycle transportation network throughout Euclid will be used by non-residents as well as residents. We want input from everyone.
Two forms of the survey are available, as of Thursday, September 22nd, a printed form and an online form. Printed surveys were distributed at both the recent Euclid Art Walk, Friday, September 23rd, and at the East 185th Street New Old World Festival, Saturday, September 24th. Printed surveys will also be available at the next Euclid Master Plan Public Meeting, October 4th, 7pm, at Arbor Elementary School. To take the online survey, go to the Bike Euclid Facebook page, www.facebook.com/euclidbikes, and click on the SURVEY tab. You may take the survey anonymously and do not need to have a facebook account to login. The online survey closes Friday, October 21, 2016. The survey is a product of Bike Friendly Euclid - a project partnership of Bike Euclid and The City of Euclid, and is based upon The League of American Bicyclists Community Survey.
We look forward to your participation. At the time of this writing, over 100 responses have been received. Please share with your neighbors and friends. The goal of this survey is to prioritize the many possible ways that we can work together to make a more bicycle friendly Euclid! And come back to visit our facebook page to stay informed of bike related events happening throughout the region, in Collinwod and in Euclid.
All of my grandparents graduated from Collinwood High and, though I am a Euclid resident, I have maintained strong connections to Collinwood, particularly the Waterloo Arts district and Coit Road Farmers Market. I founded Bike Euclid and am an active member of Bike Cleveland.