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Name not shown June 26, 2017, 6:11 PM

1. Did you attend any of the City of Dublin-sponsored performances at Dublin High School Center for Performing Arts & Education this year? (Please check all that apply.)
I didn't attend any of these City-produced performances at Dublin High School this year. (skip to question #6)


7. Do you recall where you heard about the performances at Dublin High Center for the Performing Arts? (Please check all that apply.)
Email or newsflash from City of Dublin, Poster or postcard


8. Where would you expect to look for information about upcoming performances in Dublin? Please check all that apply.
City of Dublin website, Email or newsflash from City of Dublin, Dublin High marquee, Poster or postcard


9. What days/times would you be available to attend performances? Please check all that apply.
Friday early evening, Saturday afternoon, Saturday early evening, Sunday afternoon, Sunday early evening


10. What genre shows would you be interested in attending? Please check all that apply.
Comedy, Dance – Ballet, Dance – Jazz, Dance – International, Dance – Other, Film – Classical, Music – Classical, Music – Jazz, Music – Rock or Pop, Music – International, Music - Other, Theater – Classical, Theater – Musicals, Theater - International


11. How much would you be willing to pay per ticket to see a well-known entertainer perform right here in Dublin?
Up to $30.


When it comes to deciding whether to attend a performance or not, which three factors are most important to you?
Convenient time/location, Fun date or group outing, Genre I’m familiar with/like


How often do you attend live performances?
Occasionally, a few times a year

Joe Giannini June 23, 2017, 7:02 AM

1. Did you attend any of the City of Dublin-sponsored performances at Dublin High School Center for Performing Arts & Education this year? (Please check all that apply.)
I didn't attend any of these City-produced performances at Dublin High School this year. (skip to question #6)


8. Where would you expect to look for information about upcoming performances in Dublin? Please check all that apply.
City of Dublin website, Email or newsflash from City of Dublin, Dublin High marquee, Social Media, Word of Mouth


9. What days/times would you be available to attend performances? Please check all that apply.
Monday early evening, Tuesday early evening, Wednesday early evening, Thursday early evening, Friday early evening, Saturday early evening, Sunday early evening


10. What genre shows would you be interested in attending? Please check all that apply.
Comedy, Magic, Music – Classical, Music – Rock or Pop, Theater – Musicals


11. How much would you be willing to pay per ticket to see a well-known entertainer perform right here in Dublin?
Up to $30.


When it comes to deciding whether to attend a performance or not, which three factors are most important to you?
Convenient time/location, Entertainer I’m familiar with/like, Genre I’m familiar with/like


How often do you attend live performances?
Monthly

Barbara Steinfeld June 22, 2017, 4:21 PM

1. Did you attend any of the City of Dublin-sponsored performances at Dublin High School Center for Performing Arts & Education this year? (Please check all that apply.)
I didn't attend any of these City-produced performances at Dublin High School this year. (skip to question #6)


7. Do you recall where you heard about the performances at Dublin High Center for the Performing Arts? (Please check all that apply.)
Other - Did not hear about the shows


8. Where would you expect to look for information about upcoming performances in Dublin? Please check all that apply.
Email or newsflash from City of Dublin, Newspaper or Magazine, Social Media


9. What days/times would you be available to attend performances? Please check all that apply.
Saturday afternoon, Saturday early evening, Sunday afternoon


10. What genre shows would you be interested in attending? Please check all that apply.
Dance – Jazz, Dance – Other, Film – International, Music – Classical, Music – Jazz, Theater – Classical, Other - contemporary performance in theater and dance


11. How much would you be willing to pay per ticket to see a well-known entertainer perform right here in Dublin?
Up to $60.


When it comes to deciding whether to attend a performance or not, which three factors are most important to you?
Convenient time/location, Entertainer I’m familiar with/like, Entertainer with world-class credentials


How often do you attend live performances?
Monthly

Name not shown June 20, 2017, 6:14 PM

1. Did you attend any of the City of Dublin-sponsored performances at Dublin High School Center for Performing Arts & Education this year? (Please check all that apply.)
Journey of the Silk Road – Farima Berenji, Gabriel Gold, Simorgh Dance Collective, Caravan El Noor, Colors of India - Dholrhythms, A Night in Mexico - Ballet Folklorico Costa de Oro


2. If you attended, please rate your overall experience as an audience member:



3. What did you like best about seeing this show at Dublin High Center for the Performing Arts and Education?
Great to have shows so close to home!


4. Did you purchase your tickets online or in person?
Online


6. If there are other areas where we can improve the production of shows at Dublin High School Center for the Performing Arts, please share your ideas.
Concessions, shorter intermissions


7. Do you recall where you heard about the performances at Dublin High Center for the Performing Arts? (Please check all that apply.)
City of Dublin website, Email or newsflash from City of Dublin, Poster or postcard, Newspaper or Magazine, Social Media


8. Where would you expect to look for information about upcoming performances in Dublin? Please check all that apply.
Poster or postcard, Newspaper or Magazine, Other - Activity Guide


9. What days/times would you be available to attend performances? Please check all that apply.
Tuesday early evening, Wednesday early evening, Friday early evening, Saturday afternoon, Saturday early evening, Sunday afternoon, Sunday early evening


10. What genre shows would you be interested in attending? Please check all that apply.
Dance – Ballet, Dance – International, Dance – Other, Film – Classical, Film – International, Magic, Music – Classical, Music – Jazz, Music – International, Music - Other, Readings or Lectures, Poetry or Spoken Word, Puppetry, Theater – Classical, Theater – Musicals, Theater – Solo Shows, Theater - International


11. How much would you be willing to pay per ticket to see a well-known entertainer perform right here in Dublin?
Up to $15.


When it comes to deciding whether to attend a performance or not, which three factors are most important to you?
Convenient time/location, Family-friendly show, Free or very affordable


How often do you attend live performances?
Occasionally, a few times a year

Steven Minniear June 17, 2017, 9:34 AM

1. Did you attend any of the City of Dublin-sponsored performances at Dublin High School Center for Performing Arts & Education this year? (Please check all that apply.)
Journey of the Silk Road – Farima Berenji, Gabriel Gold, Simorgh Dance Collective, Caravan El Noor


2. If you attended, please rate your overall experience as an audience member:



3. What did you like best about seeing this show at Dublin High Center for the Performing Arts and Education?
Great performance and great facility.


4. Did you purchase your tickets online or in person?
In-Person


5. If you had any difficulty purchasing tickets, please describe.
No problems.


6. If there are other areas where we can improve the production of shows at Dublin High School Center for the Performing Arts, please share your ideas.
Less confusion at ticket taking into the auditorium.



7. Do you recall where you heard about the performances at Dublin High Center for the Performing Arts? (Please check all that apply.)
City of Dublin website

Andrew Shamrao June 17, 2017, 8:04 AM

1. Did you attend any of the City of Dublin-sponsored performances at Dublin High School Center for Performing Arts & Education this year? (Please check all that apply.)
I didn't attend any of these City-produced performances at Dublin High School this year. (skip to question #6)


6. If there are other areas where we can improve the production of shows at Dublin High School Center for the Performing Arts, please share your ideas.
I wasn't aware of the program's above. Email marketing would have caught my attention. I would have attended at least 2 of the events.

Orchestral performances
Community musicals (Fidler on the Roof, Jesus Christ Superstar, Phantom of the Opera, Man of Lamacha etc.)
Community Theatre
Local blues and Jazz
Local folk and rock bands
Events representing local ethnic cultures (Indian, Asian, Hispanic, Arabic)
Keep it relatively inexpensive by keeping it local and let the community thrive on local art and talent.

Catherine Kuo May 18, 2017, 8:13 PM

Which methods do you use to gather City of Dublin information? (check all that apply)
City of Dublin website, Attending City Council or Commission meetings, E-mail news flashes and press releases, Printed version of the City Report and Annual Report (annual newsletters published in March and August), City of Dublin Activity Guide (“The Guide to Fun in the New American Backyard”), Mailing information to your home or business, Calls to City Hall


Please prioritize the following methods in order of importance to you:
Email News Flashes & Press Releases, Facebook Pages


What other methods of communication do you use to gather information about the City?
Dublin Patch, Facebook, Nextdoor, Local Access Television - TV30, Print Newspapers (please list in follow up question)


If you subscribe to any PRINT newspapers or publications, please list them here:
The Independent


The City’s website has the ability to translate into a variety of languages. Do you have any suggestions on how we can better communicate with residents that speak languages other than English?
Ugh that is a tough one. Hopefully Google translator will improve to the point that we don't need to spend city money on that problem. In the meantime, I think the website translator and some of the print materials in the 3-4 major languages (most likely hindi, mandarin, spanish?) is a good start.


What social media platforms do you use, generally? (check all that apply)
Facebook, Nextdoor


What topics would you like to see covered on Open City Hall?
None... because I'm wondering why you are doing this when you have an active and vocal percent of the community already using facebook and Nextdoor. Barely anyone has responded to this survey. I think it would be better for you (that's you :) --> city staff person who is spearheading this) - to turn your efforts to the facebook and Nextdoor groups and getting everyone on there more focused, so it can lead to productive discussion. I think if everyone knew you were actually listening, and perhaps even responding (on behalf of the city) it would net the city some really good suggestions!
Wait, I just thought of something else. If you, the city, or you the city person who has thought this up, are really bent on spending extra money on this, you really need to spread the word more aggressively about this. NO ONE knows about this. I just found out today (5/18/17) because I happen to stop by the library... and for the first time in over a decade, I read the notices pinned up on the boards at the entrance. That is really outdated btw. Someone either needs to put all that info out through email notices, or keep that board updated bc there are quite a few notices on there that are pass due.
Anyways, just my opinion.

Anu Ramaswamy May 5, 2017, 8:25 AM

Which methods do you use to gather City of Dublin information? (check all that apply)
City of Dublin website, City of Dublin Activity Guide (“The Guide to Fun in the New American Backyard”)


Please prioritize the following methods in order of importance to you:
City of Dublin Website, City Council or Commission Meetings, Facebook Pages, Email News Flashes & Press Releases, City of Dublin Activity Guide, Personal Contact With City Staff, Online Reports


What other methods of communication do you use to gather information about the City?
Dublin Patch, Nextdoor


If you subscribe to or regularly access ONLINE newspapers or publications, please list them here:
KQED, New York Times


If you subscribe to any PRINT newspapers or publications, please list them here:
Economist


The City’s website has the ability to translate into a variety of languages. Do you have any suggestions on how we can better communicate with residents that speak languages other than English?
Through the library. Many non-English speaking residents visit the library for ESL classes and other similar activities. We can try to work through them.


What social media platforms do you use, generally? (check all that apply)
Facebook


What topics would you like to see covered on Open City Hall?
Sustainable development plans, evaluating new construction plans, adoption of solar energy, waste disposal technology/efficiency, schools and school districts, better integration for immigrants.

Name not shown April 30, 2017, 2:22 PM

What should we name Water Slide #1?
Sapphire Serpent


What should we name Water Slide #2?
The Golden Wave


What should we name Water Slide #3?
Riptide Rider


What should we name Water Slide #4?
The Emerald Plunge


What should we name Water Slide #5?
The Dublin Screamer


What should we name Water Slide #6 ?
The Spin Cycle

Thomas Smith April 30, 2017, 1:55 PM

What should we name Water Slide #1?
Sapphire Serpent


What should we name Water Slide #2?
The Yellow Submarine


What should we name Water Slide #3?
Riptide Rider


What should we name Water Slide #4?
Leap of Faith


What should we name Water Slide #5?
The Dublin Screamer


What should we name Water Slide #6 ?
The Shamrock