Thank you to all Woodlands residents that filled out our Woodlands2020 survey.
As a reminder, this survey was designed to guide the next round of our plan and the improvements as part of it. With your recent input, we will now finalize our next round of revisions to the vision plan for the community’s consideration.
As always, we can be contacted through the form on this webiste, or you can email us directly by clicking the button below with any additional comments or questions. If you feel there are other improvements that were not captured in the survey, please share those with us as well.
Highlights of the survey
- 97% of respondents live in the Woodlands all/most of the year.
85% of respondents ranked “Feeling safe in my community” or “My home’s value” as the most important listed option.
“Commute times from my home” or “Social interaction and activities within my community” we’re ranked last by 84% of respondents.
Nearly 2/3’s of all respondents want security gates (assuming no additional cost to residents) and walls/fencing around the perimeter of the Woodlands.
83% of respondents believe the entrance to the community needs some form of improvement and over 89% of respondents believe the perimeter landscaping needs some form of improvement.
The three most popular proposed outdoor amenities are: walking trails, resort pools and a gardening area. The three least popular outdoor amenities are: basketball, volleyball and fire pit.
The three most popular indoor amenities are: Fitness and Cardio space, Event/Gathering space and a café. The three least popular indoor amenities are: Co-working space, demonstration kitchen and a library.
Only 15% of respondents suggested that they would not enjoy a walking trail network.
Only 5% of respondents are members of the Woodlands Country Club.
More than 2/3’s of respondents had not played golf at woodlands over the past month. Approximately 87% of respondents played less than 5 rounds over the past month.
85% of respondents agree that the new homes should be constructed with a mid-century modern architectural style.
46% of respondents agree that flooding/stormwater management is an issue in the Woodlands.