Membership Committee Shares Survey Results

Membership Committee Shares Survey Results

The 2010 NSCNA Membership Committee would like to thank all NSCNA member households who participated in the membership survey distributed at the May 4 General Meeting. We also thank the additional 29 members (out of 48 who were randomly selected from the membership roster) who completed and returned the survey by mail.

The purpose of the survey was to identify what considerations are important to North Shoal Creek neighbors in making a decision to join the neighborhood association. The Membership Committee reported these findings to the Board of Directors and requested they consider these priorities when making plans and decisions that affect the neighborhood.

The Top 10 Priorities from the May 4 General Meeting (15 Responses out of 30 Attendees)

  1. Crime Prevention and Alert Notifications
  2. Volume and Speed of Traffic
  3. Monitoring Commercial Development
  4. NSCNA Newsletter
  5. Access to Board Meetings and Meeting Agendas
  6. Organizing Neighborhood Watch Patrols
  7. Expenditure of $25,000 Nissan Funds
  8. Sidewalk Repair and Maintenance
  9. July 4th Celebration
  10. Expenditure of Membership Household Dues

The Top 10 Priorities from the Returned Mail Surveys (29 Responses out of 48 Households)

  1. Crime Prevention and Alert Notifications
  2. Volume and Speed of Traffic
  3. Monitoring Commercial Development
  4. Sidewalk Repair and Maintenance
  5. NSCNA Newsletter
  6. Organizing a Block Captain System
  7. Organizing Neighborhood Watch Patrols
  8. Expenditure of $25,000 Nissan Funds
  9. Expenditure of Interest on $25,000
  10. National Night Out

To see a complete list of all results or receive a copy of the survey, please contact a member of the Membership Committee at Membership [at] nscna [dot] org. Again, thanks to everyone who participated!

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