Neighborhood Voices: A Lincoln Park Climate and Water Impacts Survey

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Neighborhood Voices: A Lincoln Park Climate and Water Impacts Survey

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In 2022, a survey of Lincoln Park neighborhood residents’ perspectives and observations was conducted in order to better understand community perspectives on solutions and challenges related to flooding in the neighborhood. The results of this survey suggest that respondents are concerned about increased flooding in their communities. Survey respondents reported that they feel it is the responsibility of the city and state to manage the problem, but also reported that they want more information about what they can do to mitigate the risk themselves. Additionally, they reported that they value existing green and blue spaces, and want more of them; they also stated that they feel it is important that these spaces serve to manage stormwater in addition to providing social benefits to community members. This document reports the results of that survey.


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This report was prepared in collaboration with the University of Minnesota Sea Grant College Program using federal funds under award NA18OAR4170101 Amend.19 from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Sea Grant College Program, U.S. Department of Commerce.

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Carlson, Jessy R; Sowers, Maia A; Bliss, Morgan; Rodman, Madison G; Sprague, Tiffany A. (2024). Neighborhood Voices: A Lincoln Park Climate and Water Impacts Survey. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy,

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