This is a survey from www.ResetSanFrancisco.org for San Francisco voters about important local issues. Please take a few minutes to express your views. Your responses are strictly confidential.
Do you think San Francisco is generally headed in the right direction or is seriously off on the wrong track?
What’s one thing that makes you frustrated with San Francisco?
What’s one of your favorite things about San Francisco?
What do you think the top priority of City Government should be?
Here are some ideas and solutions proposed by San Franciscans on www.ResetSanFrancisco.org. The results from this survey will drive the conversation at Solutions Palooza on April 16.
On a scale of 1 — 5, how likely are you to support one of the following ways to improve San Francisco transportation?
Expansion of bike lane system to make biking a safer and easier transit option:
Require that MUNI use the GPS navigation on buses and streetcars to automatically regulate spacing between each bus:
Removing transit stops whenever there are more than one per block and when they are in adjoining blocks in order to speed up transit times:
The removal of the $250 city tow fee if your car is stolen:
Creating a way to protest an unfair parking ticket online:
On a scale of 1 – 5, how likely are you to support one of the following ways to improve environmental sustainability?
Institute a “Green Grader” system where San Franciscans can earn a voluntary grade for good energy efficiency in their home:
Change regulations and create incentives for more urban gardens throughout the city so San Francisco can reduce carbon emissions by growing more of its own food locally:
More financial incentives for San Franciscans to increase their energy efficiency:
GoSolarSF is a local solar program that launched in 2008 to encourage San Franciscans to increase rooftop solar installations. Right now, the City is proposing drastic cuts to this program. City Hall should fully reinstate this program:
On a scale of 1 — 5, how likely are you to support one of the following ways to improve San Francisco jobs?
Eliminate the payroll tax, which is a tax on wages and other benefits like stock options and replace this tax with other taxes and stepped up enforcement of existing taxes:
The promotion of a “Hire Local, Buy Local” campaign to encourage the hiring of San Franciscans and the consumption of local goods and services:
On a scale of 1 — 5, how likely are you to support one of the following ways to improve San Francisco city government?
Live streaming video of all City Board and Commission meetings:
Create a city-wide wifi network:
Requiring city boards and commissions to accept video testimony from San Franciscans so more people can be heard:
On a scale of 1 — 5, how likely are you to support one of the following ways to reform our tax system in San Francisco?
Require financial institutions to pay transfer taxes when they foreclose or take back a property in SF:
On a scale of 1 — 5, how likely are you to support one of the following ways to improve San Francisco neighborhoods?
San Francisco public schools should assign schools based on geographic boundaries:
Create Neighborhood Assemblies to form a greater sense of community, to discuss important local issues and to have a greater voice at City Hall:
Create real incentives, such as discounts on city services, for San Franciscans who agree to volunteer 5 hours per month in accredited volunteer programs.
Now that you’ve thought about these issues, let us ask you another question:
If you could change one thing about City government, what would it be?
These questions are for statistical purposes only:
How often do you vote in San Francisco elections?
Do you consider yourself Liberal, Moderate, Conservative or Progressive?
Do you use any of the following social networking sites? [check all that apply]
How do you get to work or school?