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City of Long Beach looking for answers in survey about re-opening

The City of Long Beach has posted a survey online seeking responses from residents, workers, and businesses about how to re-open the City — once California Governor Gavin Newsom says it’s okay.

The survey is available in four languages are available:

  • English
  • Español
  • Tagalog
  • Khmer

The web page opens in English. Select Español, Tagalog, or Khmer from the pulldown menu in the upper right corner.

Survey responses must be submitted by Monday, May 4, 2020 at 5 p.m.

The article above is based on information released by the City of Long Beach.

Editor’s note: this article has been updated to make it clearer.

16 Comments

  1. I had no trouble taking survey but I live in Long Beach. It was put out by my representative to the City Council. It

  2. Absolutely not. Is too soon and we haven’t gotten o the point where new cases are significantly Not showing. We made it this far, we can wait a little longer. Better safe than sorry.

  3. Is there a link to the survey? Thank you!

    1. Kava,

      Thank you for reading Orange County Breeze.

      The link we have is http://www.longbeach.gov/ReopenLB

      We hope that helps.

      Again, thank you for reading Orange County Breeze.

      Stay safe, stay healthy!

      Shelley Henderson
      editor, Orange County Breeze

  4. No too many cases it is too dangerous

  5. No not now! Too soon remember what happened in the early 1900’s. History very possibly and probably will repeat itself!

  6. I will change my habits rather dramatically once I re-enter The World, but for the time being, I’ll stay put at home, probably for longer than most. I have a nice GranCave out in the garage at my kid’s house so we aren’t on top of one another in their small home. I hope there will be great flexibility in accommodating different living situations so that a 70 year diabetic like me can stay with, but not on top of, my kids.

    1. J. Tryk,

      Thank you for reading Orange County Breeze.

      I agree with you that flexibility will be a keystone to reviving civic life. Everyone will need to be flexible, courteous, and charitable towards one another, in all aspects of life.

      You also bring up another important point: just because the “all clear” is sounded doesn’t mean everybody has to rush out and swap sweat (and pathogens). In-person interaction should be voluntary.

      Again, thank you for reading Orange County Breeze.

      Stay safe, stay healthy!

      Shelley Henderson
      editor, Orange County Breeze

  7. Please do; a measured response but let’s move forward.

  8. The survey isn’t working! I’ve tried multiple links so it pretty much defeats the purpose.

    1. Suzy,

      Thank you for reading Orange County Breeze. I am sorry that you have had trouble filling out the survey.

      This is the link we have: http://www.longbeach.gov/ReopenLB

      It opens the survey in English. Other languages may be selected from the pull-down menu in the upper right corner.

      I hope this helps.

      Again, thank you for reading Orange County Breeze.

      Stay safe, stay healthy.

      Shelley Henderson
      editor, Orange County Breeze

  9. No not yet still not safe

  10. Absolutely not!! I’m ready to move around, but the thought of getting that virus is far greater. If we all stay put for now the better we’ll be. I know people need money, food, etc, but we all need to be smarter about our lives an our family’s. I’m in a fixed income I get it, for sure.

    1. If people can follow guidelines, I think we could start opening up.
      Continue to wear mask (any kind of shopping, doctor appointments.
      Restaurants to open with distancing guidelines if required.

      Next would get schools and other business up and running if first step goes well.

    2. I totally agree. It’s not just about ourselves. I am a caregiver to my 87 year old mom. At my job (which is temporarily closed) it would be very easy to contract the virus and bring it home to her. I work in a location where we see thousands of tourists.

  11. Not now is still dangerous

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