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Downtown Management District Asks for Public Input via Annual Survey

For the third consecutive year, the El Paso Downtown Management District (DMD) is looking for feedback from the public about the heart of the city, by way of their annual survey.

“This will be our third public survey, and we expect the community will continue to update us on what is important to them in downtown and how we can improve as an organization. This process should always include the opinions of not only our stakeholders but the general public as well. The strength of a downtown impacts the entire community and our downtown should reflect that,” said DMD Executive Director Joe Gudenrath.

During the month of July, the DMD encourages downtown property owners, business owners, employees, visitors and thegeneral public to take its  online survey and share their opinion on the current conditions of the downtown, the performance of the DMD and future priorities for the area.

The survey can be accessed by visiting DowntownElPaso.com and clicking on the slider, the “About DMD section” or  Downtown Survey.  Public input is a crucial component in shaping Downtown El Paso and the ongoing efforts of the DMD.

Participants can register for a drawing for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate/card to a downtown business within the DMD boundaries.

The information gained from this brief, unscientific survey will be used by the DMD to better measure its performance and provide guidance on what is important to its stakeholders and the entire El Paso community.

For those without online access hardcopies can be obtained at the DMD offices located at 201 E. Main Ste. 107, or by calling (915) 400-2294.

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One comment

  1. I took the poll. The only reason that I have to go downtown is Anson-11. Other than that there is nothing I want there.

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