City seeks public input
Survey on revitalizing downtown Clintonville
Residents and business owners are invited to participate in a survey for downtown Clintonville.
The purpose of the survey is to gather feedback, which will be used to help inform strategies aimed at improving the downtown. The survey will gauge perceptions of the downtown’s existing strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for the future.
To take the survey, visit http://bit.ly/2fjT6r8 .
The survey is part of the city’s first Downtown Revitalization Plan, which focuses on an area extending along Main Street (State Route 22) from the U.S. Highway 45 intersection north to 13th Street. This stretch includes a combination of highway-oriented and traditional commercial buildings, with the core downtown from Seventh Street north to 13th Street.
The results of the survey, in conjunction with the results of a market study and citizen priorities gathered through focus groups and other methods, will be used to develop strategies that prioritize real estate development, business improvement, business attraction, infrastructure investments and civic and social programming.
Anyone interested in participating in this survey but unable to use a computer can visit city hall for a paper copy.
For more information or to receive notifications of upcoming meetings about this study, contact Andrew Dane, project planner, at email@example.com or 920-585-3593.
The survey will be completed by mid-October and the results made available to the public.
The Downtown Revitalization Plan is being led by the consultant team of Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. and Placemaking Dynamics. The study is partially funded through a CDBG-Planning Grant obtained by the city of Clintonville.