Results of 6-5-13 Design Guidelines Survey

Thank you to everyone that turned in a survey.  The results are here for your information.  A downloadable PDF version is available at the bottom of this page.


Do you recommend this type of design for the
Shingle Springs Town Site Core Area?

1.  Yes = 99 out of 126

2.  Yes = 26 out of 126
 
3.  Yes = 36 out of 126
 
4.  Yes = 67 out of 126

5.  Yes = 13 out of 126
 
6.  Yes = 108 out of 126
 
7.  Yes = 108 out of 126
 
8.  Yes = 83 out of 126
 
9.  Yes = 88 out of 126
 
10.  Yes = 91 out of 126
 
11.  Yes = 91 out of 126
 
12.  Yes = 21 out of 126
 
13.  Yes = 83 out of 126
 
14.  Yes = 10 out of 126
 
15.  Yes = 74 out of 126
 
16.  Yes = 15 out of 126
 
17.  Yes = 111 out of 126
 
18.  Yes = 89 out of 126
 
19.  Yes = 27 out of 126
 
20.  Yes = 39 out of 126
 
21.  Yes = 96 out of 126
 
22.  Yes = 5 out of 126
 
23.  Yes = 3 out of 126
 
24.  Yes = 68 out of 126
 
25.  Yes = 15 out of 126
 
26.  Yes = 49 out of 126
 
27.  Yes = 16 out of 126
 
28.  Yes = 3 out of 126
 
29.  Yes = 13 out of 126
 
30.  Yes = 68 out of 126
 
31.  Yes = 10 out of 126
 
32.  Yes = 2 out of 126
 
33.  Yes = 79 out of 126
 
34.  Yes = 48 out of 126
 
35.  Yes = 10 out of 126
 
36.  Yes = 8 out of 126
 
37.  Yes = 106 out of 126
 
38.  Yes = 86 out of 126
 
39.  Yes = 62 out of 126
 
40.  Yes = 91 out of 126
 
41.  Yes = 37 out of 126
 
42.  Yes = 110 out of 126
 
43.  Yes = 106 out of 126
 
44.  Yes = 91 out of 126
 
45.  Yes = 90 out of 126
 
46.  Yes = 100 out of 126
 
47.  Yes = 99 out of 126
 
48.  Yes = 98 out of 126
 
49.  Yes = 102 out of 126
 
50.  Yes = 3 out of 126
 
51.  Yes = 77 out of 126
 
52.  Yes = 44 out of 126
 
53.  Yes = 94 out of 126
 
54.  Yes = 71 out of 126
 
55.  Yes = 46 out of 126
 
56.  Yes = 50 out of 126
 
57.  Yes = 72 out of 126
 
58.  Yes = 32 out of 126
 
59.  Yes = 91 out of 126
 
60.  Yes = 105 out of 126
 
61.  Yes = 102 out of 126

Should Shingle Springs' historical sites be preserved?

Back of paper comments:

Don't HELLA El Dorado!  Do Government before they DO you!

The circled items were ones that I didn't have time to review.  Sorry!  Great presentation.

Let's not lose anymore of our character such as the Stone House already gone!

#58 Lamp base looks like pipe, not good - flowers yes

We don't want that "Mediterranean/Italian" look.  We want the Gold Rush, or farming look, or pioneer look.  Parking needs to have space for pickup trucks. 

#58 like the lamp, but not the "pipe"-look concrete.

#33 Could be a good design-style for low-income housing here - lots of people thought the "barn-look" fits in well.

Tear down the billboard!

I would like the see smart growth vs no growth.  We can't stop a town from developing but we can stop that development to include urban sprawl and loss of habitats and farmland. By designing land to max use on the smaller space we can keep our rural community and sustain healthy growth.

↑ Apartments with businesses interagrated into communities

↓ Park lots

↑Parking garages and roofs w/ parking

↑More public trans and bike lanes 

Historic preservation, rather than placing limits on commercial development, can be taken to a higher, and probably more disinterested level than the board of supervisors.

We are big enough!  We do not need any added commercial buildings!

Keep architectural elements on buildings so each is individual.  El Dorado Town Center is very nice.

Front of paper comments:

Didn't have time to review all of the photos.

Partial survey - ran out of time!

#61 - Yes! When we have out-of-town visitors, we take them to the train and the Depot.

#40 - No lights

#61 - Absolutely

We'd like any decor that embraces Shingle Springs' historical past.

  


Results as of June 19, 2013