1. Ideas for the Future
Think about Tuscaloosa today and in the future. What do you think are the greatest opportunities for making our city a better place in the future? You could think in terms of the city’s physical characteristics (places, buildings, streets, open space) or other characteristics of prosperity (people, jobs, services, amenities, recreation).
Please submit one idea at a time. You can submit this form multiple times.
2. Opportunities Mapping
Think about places in Tuscaloosa that offer opportunity to make the community stronger in the future. Opportunities may be places that reflect well on the community today and should be protected or strengthened; or they could be places with unmet potential or that represent conditions you’d like to see changed or improved.
Mark places on the map and tell us about them.
You can identify one place at a time. For large areas, you can put the marker on a specific representative location. Click on the map to get started, then use the form to label, name, and describe the place. Once you click the submit button, your marker will be saved and you will be able to identify a different place.
1. To move a marker, click and hold on the marker and drag it to a new location.
2. To zoom in/out, use the + and - buttons.
3. To pan the map view, Click and drag away from the marker.
You've marked a place.
Now tell us...
Please complete all form fields before clicking the submit button.
3. Evaluating Initial Direction
Nine draft themes attempt to summarize topics that the Comprehensive Plan must address. These themes have been drafted based on review of past plans, input from dozens of stakeholder interviews, and the Framework Steering Committee. For each theme, rate how important the topic is for the future and how well you think it is being addressed today.
Your comments are important. Please explain why you choose to rate a topic high or low. What aspects are most important or what things do you think are not being addressed? Be as specific as possible. Feel free to skip over themes that you are not sure about.
4. Please, tell us about yourself
This information will help the planning team know how participation compares to Tuscaloosa’s demographics. Responses are anonymous.