Community Direction Survey
Who are you?
I’m a RESIDENT who loves this place!
I’m a VISITOR who was impressed by this place!
What most excites you about historic preservation? (choose 1)
Creates a unique sense of place or community character
Creates educational opportunities about history and culture
Supports economic development including building revitalization and heritage tourism
Leaves a legacy for future generations
What themes or historic contexts do you feelbest represent Englewood’s history? Please select all that apply or provide your own ideas:
Recreation and Tourism/Hospitality
History of Ethnic and/or Culturally diversecommunities (Native American, Asian America, African America, Latino American,LGBTQ)
Post-World War II Development
The New Deal (1933-1942)
What types of sites do you think are important to preserve in Englewood? Please select all that apply.
Religious Buildings and Places of Worship
Public Buildings (Post Offices, Libraries, etc.)
Schools and Educational Buildings
Historic Districts and Historic Subdivisions
Prehistoric Archaeological Sites
Using one word, please describe what makes Englewood unique or special!
What type of historic surveys do you think best reflect the community’s needs? Choose one
Potential Historic Districts
Targeted Evaluation of Specific Themes or Site Types
Align with the City’s Comprehensive Plan
Survey Areas with Known or Potential Development Pressures
Do you have hopes or concerns you’d like to share about historic surveys in Englewood?
What landmark most represents the history of Englewood to you?
OPTIONAL Please take a photograph of your favorite landmark in Englewood OR Upload an existing photograph!
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OPTIONAL: Would you be interested in volunteering for a historic survey of Englewood’s historic landmarks? If so, please provide your name and contact information
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