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Community Needs List Survey - North Highline

Community Needs List Survey - North Highline

In this survey, we have listed the ideas we have heard from the community for the North Highline (White Center) Community Needs List. We would like to know which ideas you would like to prioritize. 

January 2021 Update

Over the past several months, the community has offered their opinions on what programs, services and projects they would like to be included on the North Highline Community Needs List.  A summary of those requests is available here:

North Highline Catalog of Community Requests

Thank you to everyone who has participated so far. The County will now spend January and February evaluating the requests and feedback. Then, a new round of community conversations will begin in order to establish priorities and determine costs and feasibility. 

Your opinion is valuable, so if you have any additional comments, please share your comments here.

Welcome to the survey for the North Highline Community Needs List ideas catalog. This survey should only take a few minutes of your time. We appreciate your participation in this important process. 

The North Highline Community Needs List will be a community-identified list of service, program, and capital improvement projects that support the community’s vision. The purpose of this survey is to identify which community-identified ideas should be part of the initial list that is reviewed by King County. Following King County's review, the County will collaborate with the community to determine which items to prioritize. 

Many of requests included in this survey were generated by community members like you. Please note that the items on this list have not yet been evaluated to determine their feasibility.


Optional Survey Questions

As part of King County's commitment to Equity and Social Justice, we would like to know how community priorities differ based on demographic characteristics.  By responding to these questions you will help us have a better understanding of your priorities and address issues that impact some community members more than others. 

Responses to these questions cannot be used to identify individuals or individual responses. As with all questions on the survey, these questions are both confidential and optional. You are not required to answer these questions in order to submit your survey response.

What part of North Highline do you live in?
White Center
Glendale / Beverly Park
Top Hat
South Park Sliver by the River
Other
Closed to responses
How long have you lived in North Highline?
Less than 3 years
3-5 years
5-10 years
More than 10 years
Closed to responses
Do you rent or own your residence?
Rent
Own
Other
Closed to responses
What is your age?
36-45
28%
26-35
25%
46-55
19%
56-65
11%
66-75
7%
Over 75
4%
Prefer not to answer
4%
18-25
2%
Under 18
1%
Closed to responses | 138 Responses
What is your race/ethnicity?
White
Black or African-American
Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish
Asian
American Indian or Alaska Native
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Other
I prefer not to answer
Closed to responses
What is the primary language you speak at home?
English
94%
Khmer
2%
I prefer not to answer
1%
American Sign Language
1%
Spanish
1%
Vietnamese
1%
Closed to responses | 134 Responses
What is the total income of all those in your household?
Less than $20,000
$20,000 to $39,000
$40,000 to $59,000
$60,000 to $79,000
$80,000 to $99,000
$100,000 to $119,000
$120,000 or greater
I prefer not to answer.
Closed to responses

The North Highline Subarea Plan will includesthe community’s vision for the future and a series of neighborhood specific policies to guide decisions for the next 20-years.

The North Highline Community Needs List will be a community-created list of services, programs and capital improvements projects that support the community’s vision. 

To learn more about the North Highline Community Needs List and Subarea Plan projects, please visit our project website here


Sign up for e-mail updates about the North Highline Subarea Plan and Community Needs List here



Questions? Contact David Goodman at [email protected]