Business Operation Survey Sustainable Long Island is working with the City Manager’s Office and the Chamber of Commerce to determine the city’s business climate and what can be done to promote recovery and reinvestment in Long Beach. Over the next few months, members of Sustainable Long Island will be teaming up with the City and local community groups to promote a Business Operation Survey, a tool to measure the impact of Superstorm Sandy, outstanding needs, and other issues affecting businesses in Long Beach. With a better sense of the conditions affecting businesses, everyone can make smarter decisions to address pressing issues. But in order to obtain this information, we need your assistance in taking this survey and getting the word out to other business owners to participate. Click here to take the survey...
Long Beach Boardwalk Redevelopment Focus Groups Roughly 250 residents and business owners participated in
focus group meetings and more than 2,350 people completed an online
survey about the reconstruction of the Long Beach boardwalk in recent
weeks, all of which culminated at a community-wide public meeting at
City Hall. Read more...
The City of Long Beach has partnered with Sustainable Long Island to work on recovery and relief efforts throughout the community; discussing and
implementing methods for rebuilding and revitalization, as well as increasing its
resiliency to future storms. The Long Beach Listens website is an informational hub for all Long Beach businesses and residents; providing a channel to stay informed and have a say with ongoing projects of the City. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved or leave us some feedback on our Guestbook.