Virtual door-knocking survey

I'm Luke Wojciechowski and I'm running for Moab City Council. I care what you think about issues affecting Moab.

I will also be knocking on as many doors as I can throughout town between now and the election, but because we're all busy working people with families and other responsibilities, I want to make it as easy as possible to engage with me early and often! Thank you for taking the time to tell me what matters to you!

Are you registered to vote in Moab City limits?

I ask because I want to make sure I'm paying closest attention to responses from actual Moab City voters, but anyone is welcome to fill out the survey!

Please use the search box to locate your name in the list of registered voters. The voter list is supplied by the Grand County Clerk. (If you prefer to take the survey anonymously, click the "anonymous" button below. Giving your name better simulates the normal door-knocking experience, where candidates know which voters they are talking to. It's also an opportunity for you to check that you are registered at the correct address!)
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(This can happen if you have registered recently, or if there is an alternate version of your name.)

If you live in Grand County and would like to register or update your address, visit or the Grand County voter registration page. Feel free to fill out the survey regardless of your voter registration status.

All answers are optional! Answer only the questions you want to.

On a scale of 0 to 5, how do you rate the importance of the following issues?

Increasing economic diversity, so that Moab does not depend so heavily on tourism.
Localizing our local housing market (i.e. making sure the City does what it can to prioritize local ownership and occupancy of homes in Moab, rather than second homes).
Preventing the need for a future property tax for Moab City residents.
Making sure that tourism does not negatively affect quality of life for residents.
Making sure that tourism impacts are mitigated with tourism dollars, rather than resident funds.
Finding ways to reduce noise from UTVs in neighborhoods.
Creating affordable and attainable housing for community members currently struggling to find or keep rentals or become homeowners.
Creating affordable housing for mid-income levels (i.e. the “missing middle” of our housing market).
Conserving and planning for future water use in the Moab Valley.
Making sure that the Moab City government is run transparently.
Making sure that the Moab City government is run affordably and efficiently.
Funding and supporting community programs and services (youth sports, MARC, MRAC, parks, concerts, festivals, parades, etc.)
In your opinion, what are the biggest challenges facing Moab over the next two years?
In your opinion, what are the biggest opportunities for Moab over the next two years?
Anything else you want to add?

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