Prairie Spruce Commons Wants Your Feedback!

Let’s come right out and say it: we’re seeking your help in figuring out your current perceptions regarding Prairie Spruce Commons, cohousing and the importance of community for long term health and happiness. So, we’ve come up with a short survey and we’re asking anyone and everyone to fill it out.

Question mark in EsbjergThe purpose of the survey is to explore the public’s awareness of, and interest in the Prairie Spruce Commons cohousing project. Your feedback will help us understand how you relate and perceive the Prairie Spruce Commons project and community. For example, you may be new to the concept of cohousing and would like to know more. On the other hand, you might already be interested in becoming a member, but cannot afford purchasing a unit. Or then again, you might love the concept of cohousing, but you don’t want to move away from your current house and neighbourhood.

Knowing where people stand on the spectrum of interest is critical to our own understanding of the market and the planning of future community building events. Based on your responses and new ideas, we want to plan events that will reach people in Regina and encourage them to think about the benefits of community life, including the cohousing option. We are also interested in hearing what barriers keep people from becoming members in Prairie Spruce Commons.

The survey will take less than 10 minutes to complete and it is completely anonymous unless you choose to add your name and contact information.

We really value your participation regardless of your interest or knowledge about the project. We would also greatly appreciate if you could help us spread the word about the survey and our project. Please access the survey through this link: and please send the link to anyone who you think would be interested! We hope to receive all responses before December 20. Of course, we are always open to receiving your questions, comments and feedback at anytime via our contact page.

Thanks for your help and participation!


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