The American Institute of Architects Las Vegas chapter has sent a "livability survey" to all of its members. The survey solicits feedback on how well -- or poorly -- Las Vegas is creating a livable community.
The survey is available in the Architecture Studies Library and students are urged to fill it out and present their perspectives.
Categories in the survey are the 10 principles established by the AIA Center for Communities by Design. Categories include "preserve urban centers," "vary transportation options," "building vibrant public spaces," and "create a neighborhood identity." The principles are online at http://www.aia.org/liv_principles
The results of the survey will be reported in Architecture Las Vegas
, 6th annual edition due out in April.