Scenic beauty and convenience of pharmacy and grocery services were rated as the highest quality attributes of the community. This reflects Moravia’s location in the Finger Lakes region of New York and the importance of a sustainable downtown that provides basic services.
- Flood protection and preparedness rated near the lowest quality attributes, speaking to the challenges the Village faces located at the confluence of three streams. It also emphasizes the need to adapt to climate change and build resiliency against future flood events. Measures recognized as very important included improving storm drains, cleaning ditches, and protecting wetlands and other significant natural areas.
- Renewable energy such as wind and solar power were identified as positive land uses that were needed in the community.
- Other land uses that are desperately needed in the community are restaurants, retail stores, and senior housing.
- Greatest concerns included flood events, the condition of roads and sidewalks, and drinking water quality.
- Many people (44%) believe that Moravia has not significantly changed in the past 15 years, 33% believe that it has become a more desirable place to live, and 23% believe it has become a less desirable place to live.