City is conducting survey regarding new creative district

YORK – The City of York is currently conducting a survey, seeking information and ideas for arts and cultural opportunities here. The results will be used for the development of creative district plans and proposals.

This past week, York City Administrator Dr. Sue Crawford told the city council they hope to get as many responses as possible. The survey only takes minutes to complete.

The survey timeframe will last until June 22.

The survey asks how people feel about the amount of public art in York – too much, the right amount or would they like more?

It also asks how often people attend cultural events, such as live music/dance events, musical theater or plays, comedy performances, historical/cultural lectures, art shows, cultural festivals, etc.

Respondents are also asked how likely they would be to attend these types of events if they were offered in York.

Participants can also list their favorite York arts or cultural activities, which they have attended in the past, as well as arts/cultural activities they would like to see in York.

There are also demographic questions, as far as age, household make-up regarding the presence of children and other aspects.

The survey also provides an opportunity for respondents to give out their contact information they want to get involved in arts/cultural events in the future.

The survey takes only a minute or two to complete – York residents are encouraged to participate.

The link for the survey is at



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