The Elm Grove Board of Trustees and Public Safety Committee worked with the Survey Research Center at the University of Wisconsin – River Falls to conduct a survey to measure public opinion about safety issues for walkers, bikers, and joggers/runners in the village.
In September 2011, the Survey Research Center sent surveys to a random sample of 1,168 residents of the Village of Elm Grove asking their opinion about pedestrian and bicycle safety issues in the village; 49% of the surveys were returned and analyzed.
The draft survey report document
is available for review.
The Elm Grove Board of Trustees has scheduled a Committee of the Whole meeting to review and discuss the survey report. The meeting will be held on February 2, 2012, at 7:00 PM in the Village Hall Court Room. This will be a public meeting and residents of Elm Grove are welcome to attend.
Your feedback is important to the Village and decisions made regarding the safety of our residents. Please provide any comments, questions and/or concerns about the results of the Elm Grove Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Survey through the feedback link below.
Additionally, a document clarifying points made in the draft survey report is also available for your review. Clarification of Elm Grove Results
Draft Elm Grove Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Survey Report
Elm Grove Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Survey Report Feedback