The survey has closed.
Join other Foxridge Community Members between July 19th and August 16th for the Neighborhood Improvement Committee (NIC) Survey. This survey will serve as an important first step in identifying areas in the Foxridge Community needing some attention or enhancement to bring a better quality of life to the residents.
Who is the NIC?
The NIC was established by the Foxridge Improvement Association (FIA) at the beginning of 2020 to identify public improvement opportunities and funding resources for each improvement. Depending on the improvement, funding may be available directly from the FIA, the Foxridge General Improvement District (FGID), South Suburban Parks and Recreation and the City of Centennial.
What are Public Improvements?
Public Improvements are items available for use by the public. Some examples of public improvement items are trails, parks, benches, trash receptacles, exercise stations, lighting, speed control, ADA access, landscaping, screening and enhanced hardscapes. In short, anything that may benefit the health, safety and welfare of the public is considered a public improvement.
Why a Survey?
The NIC has been directed by the FIA to identify areas needed for improvement. The best way to identify these areas is through community input. With input through a survey the NIC will be guided in the direction the community would like their representatives to pursue and will prohibit the NIC from working in a vacuum.
What is this I've heard about a prize?
Each home in Foxridge is eligible to take the survey once. After survey submittal, the home address will be entered into a raffle for a $50 King Soopers Gift Card. The winner will be contacted directly after the survey has closed.
View Survey Results below or download them HERE