Share Your Idea for Investing in Our Public Spaces

The way that public places and spaces in our city look, feel, and function can have an impact on the public safety outcomes in our community. This year, we want to hear from you about where our city government can make infrastructure investments that will help create safe community outcomes. While we want to hear all your ideas, note that for our capital improvement budget we can only fund ideas that are related to infrastructure owned and maintained by the city. Also, your proposed investment must be something that will last 10 years or more. We will invite eligible ideas to discuss some additional details with city staff.

Tell us your idea for applying Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) to a part of our city. Be sure to include the following information:

  1. Where have you felt unsafe in our city?
  2. What physical characteristics of this space or place make you feel unsafe?
  3. How can the City invest in the look and feel of this place or space to make it safer?

For more information on our capital improvement budget and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, follow the links above or below. For ideas related to improving businesses or other private property, check out our Neighborhood STAR program.

The way that public places and spaces in our city look, feel, and function can have an impact on the public safety outcomes in our community. This year, we want to hear from you about where our city government can make infrastructure investments that will help create safe community outcomes. While we want to hear all your ideas, note that for our capital improvement budget we can only fund ideas that are related to infrastructure owned and maintained by the city. Also, your proposed investment must be something that will last 10 years or more. We will invite eligible ideas to discuss some additional details with city staff.

Tell us your idea for applying Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) to a part of our city. Be sure to include the following information:

  1. Where have you felt unsafe in our city?
  2. What physical characteristics of this space or place make you feel unsafe?
  3. How can the City invest in the look and feel of this place or space to make it safer?

For more information on our capital improvement budget and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, follow the links above or below. For ideas related to improving businesses or other private property, check out our Neighborhood STAR program.