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1) Which of the following best describes you?

Please select one option.

I live in Rancho Cucamonga
I work in Rancho Cucamonga
I live and work in Rancho Cucamonga
I visit Rancho Cucamonga
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2) If you live in the city, please select the area in which you live. Use the zoom feature to find your area.

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3) Choose and rank up to seven core values that should guide the Public Art & Placemaking Strategic Plan.

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4) What places in the city do you value most? Think about the most important places you visit with your family and friends, and where you take out of town guests.

For example left to right: Cucamonga Service Station Historical Site; Victoria Gardens Cultural Center; Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art Chaffey College; Sam & Alfreda Maloof House & Gardens

Select all that apply.

Lewis Family Playhouse
Paul A. Biane & Archibald Libraries
Victoria Gardens Cultural Center
Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, Chaffey College
Performing Arts Theater, Chaffey College
Sam & Alfreda Maloof House & Gardens
Freedom Courtyard at Central Park
Victoria Gardens
Epicenter LoanMart Stadium
John Rains House
Chaffey-Garcia House/Museum
Historical Wineries (Joseph Filippi Winery, Virginia Dare Winery)
Cucamonga Service Station, historical site
Etiwanda Pacific Electric Depot, historical site
RC Sports Center
Pacific Electric Trail
North Etiwanda Preserve
Red Hill Community Park
Los Amigos Park
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5) What types of arts and cultural venues/places would you like to enjoy more of in our city? For example, consider the cultural venues you enjoy when you travel. Select from the options below.

For example left to right: Downtown LA Arts District; Community Garden; The Broad Art Museum; Maker Spaces

If you select other, please specify your selection in the comments. Click the "change answers" button below to make any changes.

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6) How familiar are you with existing public art in Rancho Cucamonga?

For example: Love Locks on Monet by RSM Design San Clemente CA. Fabrication: Creo Industrial Arts Seattle WA. Sculptural Bench. Manet Ave. Victoria Gardens;Victor Jimenez Los Amigos Intersection Project Rancho Cucamonga; Props by Amy Maloof Chaffey College
I'm familiar
I'm somewhat familiar
I'm not familiar
I would like to know more about public art in the city
I am excited to see our public art collection grow
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7) Where would you like to see public art in the city?

Select all that apply

City parks
Civic Center
Entrances to the city
Vacant lots and underutilized spaces
Utility corridors
Building plazas
Fire stations and public safety buildings
In my neighborhood
Walking and bike paths
Bus stops
Utility boxes
Nature preserves/open spaces
Locally owned businesses and storefront windows
Integrated into architecture
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8) Explore the types of public art and placemaking projects that you would like to see and experience in our community.

Select all that appeal to you.

Signature/Iconic sculpture
Sculpture Parks
Community Gardens
Infrastructure Art
Neighborhood Projects
Murals & Mosaics
Sports and Playscapes
Streetscapes & Functional Art
Earthworks & Environmental Art
Memorials & Commemorative spaces
Temporary projects (Interactive Art, Performances, Festivals & Art Walks)
Social practice & Civic engagement
Renewable Energy Art
Literary Arts (poetry, spoken word, readings)
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9) Pin specific locations where you would like public art in your neighborhood and across the city.

Click on the "add point" button in the upper right corner.

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10) What are the most important benefits that public art and placemaking projects can provide our community? Rank the benefits from least to greatest importance.

Please feel free to leave comments at the end. Click the "change answers" button below to make any changes.

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11) What are the most important issues in our community that you hope public art and placemaking can help address?

Check all that apply

Mental health & wellbeing
Physical health & wellness
Intergenerational separation (reduce social gaps between age groups)
Youth activities and engagement
Gentrification and displacement
Crime and public safety
Safe Streets (Pedestrian and cyclist safety)
Pets and animal wellbeing
Economic growth and sustainability
Equity & Social Justice issues, (language, age, race, culture, ability, and gender equity)
Environmental Justice issues (habitat loss, air quality, water quality, climate change)
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12) Today, cities across the world are utilizing public art and placemaking to include all voices. If you selected Equity & Social Justice issues above, please check all voices and topics that are important to you, below.

Language equity (such as access to bilingual materials for non-English speakers)
Age discrimination and equity
Cultural and religious discrimination
Racial equity & justice (Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latinx, and all People and Communities of Color)
LGBTQIA+ equity (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and/or Questioning, Intersex, and Asexual and/or Ally)
People who live with disabilities
People experiencing poverty
People experiencing hunger 
People experiencing homelessness
People in the criminal justice system
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13) Environmental Sustainability is a priority for the City. Artwork can draw attention to this important issue, as well as generate renewable energy, and restore the natural environment. Please select the topics below that concern you most.

Water conservation
Habitat conservation
Renewable energy
Climate change
Noise pollution
Air pollution
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We want to ensure that all of Rancho Cucamonga's diverse voices are represented. Be sure to scroll to the end and click on the submit button to ensure that your responses get submitted.

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With which race do you mostly identify? Select all that apply.

Black or African American
White or Caucasian
American Indian or Alaska Native
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
Asian or Asian American
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Please select your ethnicity. Select all that apply.
Hispanic / Latino / Latina

Central American
Mexican / Mexican American / Chicano
Puerto Rican
South American
No Hispanic or Latino Ethnicity
Other Hispanic or Latino Ethnicity
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Please select your ethnicity. Select all that apply.
Non Hispanic / Latino / Latina

African American
Asian Indian / South Asian / Indian
Eastern European
Middle Eastern
More than one ethnicity
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What is your gender? Please select one.

Prefer not to answer
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What is your age? Please select one.

Under 19
19 - 24
25 - 34
35 - 44
45 - 54
55 - 64
65 and over
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Frequently Asked Questions

"Simply put public art is art in public spaces. The term "public art" may conjure images of historic bronze statues of a soldier on horseback in a park. Today, public art can take a wide range of forms, size, and scales - and can be temporary or permanent. It often interprets the history of the place, its people, and perhaps addresses a social or environmental issue. Public art can include murals, sculpture, memorials, integrated architectural or landscape architectural work, community art, digital new media, and even performances and festivals!" - Americans for the Arts

"In creative placemaking, partners from public, private, nonprofit, and community sectors strategically shape the physical and social character of a neighborhood, town, tribe, city, or region around arts and cultural activities. Creative placemaking animates public and private spaces, rejuvenates structures and streetscapes, improves local business viability and public safety, and brings diverse people together to celebrate, inspire, and be inspired." - Ann Markusen and Anne Gadwa "Creative Placemaking" Washington, DC: Mayors' Institute on City Design and the National Endowment for the Arts, October 2010

"Placekeeping as the active care and maintenance of a place and its social fabric by the people who live and work there. It is not just preserving buildings but keeping the cultural memories associated with a locale alive, while supporting the ability of local people to maintain their way of life as they choose." - US Department of Arts and Culture