CALL TO ACTION: Please complete our Urban Management Survey

Dear Atlantis Industrial Property and Business Community,

As a property/business owner or member of the community in the Atlantis Industrial Area, you are no doubt well aware of the problems in the area. Incidents of crime and general urban degradation are evident. To many members of the Atlantis Industrial community, these problems are of great concern and need to be effectively addressed.

Property owners of other industrial communities have already invested in the future of their areas by establishing their own City Improvement Districts. A group of concerned Atlantis Industrial property and business owners (the Steering Committee) has taken the initiative to seek solutions to these problems, and they are appealing for your support in establishing a City Improvement District (CID) in the Atlantis Industrial Area. Your participation and support in establishing this CID, will not only be greatly appreciated, but it will also lead to the upgrading of the public urban environment around your property.

The Steering Committee now needs your input to gauge the need for a CID in the Atlantis Industrial area and establish what the issues in the area are.

The Steering Committee, who have volunteered their time and effort to the initiative, is asking property and business owners to please complete the online Urban Management Survey.  Your participation and responses are essential to understanding the needs of the area. Please use the following link to complete the online survey.  It will only take a few minutes of your time. 

Alternatively, please download the PDF version of the survey.  You can email the completed questionnaire back to us at

We need your responses by 15 May 2023

Please note that we will never share your information with anyone, and your responses will be used to identify the needs of the area without revealing the identity of any individual respondent.

Thank you for your time and participation.

CALL TO ACTION: Please complete our Urban Management Survey
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