Volunteers Needed to Help Downtown Tucson

October 10, 2014

Downtown Docents help at the 2014 Gem Show.

Downtown Docents help at the 2014 Gem Show.

Friendly faces are needed to help collect feedback and suggestions about Downtown. The Downtown Tucson Partnership will be launching the 2nd Annual Downtown Pedestrian Intercept Study, a snapshot of public opinions on Downtown. Volunteers are needed to help conduct the survey in be beautiful fall weather on October 17th, 18th, 24th and 25th.

Volunteers will help measure pedestrians’ thoughts on the current state of Downtown Tucson. The information collected during the study will be used to guide improvement work and allow the Downtown Tucson Partnership to make recommendations to the City of Tucson.

Each volunteer shift will be just four to six hours long, with two volunteers per location for each shift, and volunteers can sign up for as many or as few shifts as they would like. Volunteers will need to be comfortable talking to the general public and the diverse patrons of Downtown. Training will be provided before each shift.

For more information about the survey or to sign up for a shift or three, contact Andrew Veatch at intern@downtowntucson.org, 520-268-9030, or sign up right now by clicking here.

The Downtown Tucson Partnership is a non-profit, 501(c)(6) corporation committed to making Downtown Tucson the most dynamic urban center in the Southwest.