Please Answer Roosevelt Island Residents Association Community Survey Questions - Help Set Priorities For Roosevelt Island Advocacy, Resolution & Make A Difference
Image From RIRA 2016 Community Polling Survey
Roosevelt Island Residents Association (RIRA) Common Council Community Polling Chair Adib Mansour reports:
Dear friends,Mr. Mansour adds:
RIRA SURVEY & SWEEPSTAKES:
The Roosevelt Island Residents Association (RIRA) invites all island residents to complete a survey online: www.RIRAonline.com/survey.
All responses will be entered in a sweepstakes. Three winners will be selected at random and each will receive one $10 gift card for one of the following Roosevelt Island establishments: Main Street Sweets, Piccolo Trattoria or Starbucks. One entry per person.
If you have not done so yet, the survey takes less than three minutes to complete and can be taken online, on your smart phone or tablet. All adult (and young adults) residents are eligible. Printed ballots are also available at the Public Safety Office (550 Main Street) and the Public Library (524 Main Street). Please deposit completed surveys in the ballot box at the Public Safety Office.
Based on your responses, RIRA (consisting of residents elected by you to represent our community) will set priorities for advocacy and resolution. Your survey will make a difference.
Let’s make Roosevelt Island the best it can be!
This survey is an important tool for reaching out to neighbors, to assess a wide range of issues and obtain meaningful, actionable feedback. It will help RIRA gather data to identify areas of future action. The process will help us understand the demographics of our island, and the programs of possible interest to residents.
The RIRA Survey addresses aspects of life on Roosevelt Island, including:
- Building Specifics, such as safety, vandalism, maintenance, and Public Safety Department vertical patrols;
- General Island issues including traffic, pot holes on Main Street, variety of stores/merchants, parking, signage, and accessibility;
- Public Safety and the changes since Chief McManus implemented reforms requested by residents;
- Motorgate issues, including elevator malfunction, lighting, safety, accessibility, cement dripping and management;
- Health Concerns such as air quality, cleanliness of drinking water, and free CPR lessons from RIRA experts;
- Transportation issues connected to the tram, red busses, and subway;
- Engagement with Young Adults and whether the community is addressing their needs;
- Helix Ramp and safety for bikers, plus adequate signage;
- Seniors and adequate services.
Please click here to answer the Roosevelt Island Survey.I completed the @riraonline survey in 3 minutes to share my ideas about #RooseveltIsland quality of life issues. https://t.co/9ZdJtno37M— Janet L. Falk (@JanetLFalk) January 24, 2016
The RIRA monthly Common Council meeting is Wednesday March 2 at Good Shepherd Community Center (543 Main Street) 8 PM. The public is always invited and encouraged to attend.