Take the Community “Pulse” Survey Today!

1 Mar

In collaboration with the York Road Partnership, Loyola is offering this survey through March 2, 2018 to elevate common challenges and opportunities among our Greater Govans and York Road communities.

You’re invited to participate:  GREATER GOVANS/ YORK ROAD COMMUNITY “PULSE” SURVEY 2018  (Survey link: https://loyola.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0JL1EM9wDSaTGS1)


In 2008, Loyola University Maryland’s strategic plan called for Loyola to engage more deeply in improving the quality of life for all persons living, working, and learning in our York Road corridor communities.  After a listening project with residents, focus areas of 1. Strengthening the York Road commercial corridor, 2. Enhancing youth development and education, 3.  Building neighborhood civic capacity, and 4. Addressing Food Security emerged.  Together, over the past ten years, partnerships between Loyola and York Road Partnership area neighborhoods, residents, businesses, organizations and communities have led to commercial corridor planning, afterschool programs, strengthened relations, and projects like the Govanstowne Farmers’ Market.


Residents, and individuals from non-profit and for profit organizations that live, work, worship and play within the York Road Partnership’s boundaries are eligible to receive a $10 CVS gift card for completing the survey’s multiple choice questions. (Loyola University Maryland students, faculty and staff are not eligible to receive a gift card.)


Malik Jordan is also available to administer the survey in paper form to your group. (Only one survey and gift card per person, online or paper!)


If you have any questions contact Malik Jordan, mjordan@loyola.edu or 410.617.2771.  If you have any questions about your rights as a participant, contact the Loyola University Maryland Institutional Research Board, at irb@loyola.edu or 410.617.2188.


*The York Road Partnership’s boundaries are: 39th Street (south) to Baltimore City/County Line (north) and from Charles Street (west) to the Alameda (east)


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