IPC residents share ideas, opinions through survey

| July 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

Island Palm Communities
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Island Palm Communities

Island Palm Communities

SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — Within just a few weeks of launching Island Palm Communities’ “Let Your Voice Be Heard!” resident survey, nearly 200 residents have shared feedback and recommendations on programs, support services and amenities they would like to have available in their community.

The ideas and suggestions continue to come in, including dog parks, tot lots, a resident marshal program, fitness and cooking classes, child care during those classes, more street lighting and police patrols to enhance safety.

“The survey is telling us what’s important and what’s truly needed to enhance and build community among our families,” said Tom Adams, director, property management, IPC.

“It’s also helping us identify where the greatest needs are, so we can prioritize our work with the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation; Army Community Service; and community organizations inside and outside the gate to make programs and services available to families,” Adams added.

Besides feedback about programs and support services, many residents also are sharing concerns about their community.

“While the survey is focused on programs and support services, we will look into concerns in coordination with our neighborhood Resident Advisory Panels,” Adams said.

Residents who complete the survey will be automatically entered into a random drawing. Prize giveaways include $100 gift cards to Roy’s Restaurant and annual passes to Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii.

The “Let Your Voice Be Heard!” online survey is available through July 15. Log on to www.islandpalmcommunities.com and click on the survey icon.

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