City Seeks Survey Input On Mobility, Master Plans
By Beth Milligan | Sept. 14, 2022
The City of Traverse City has set a goal of gathering feedback from at least 2,000 people as it launches an online survey for both its new master plan and mobility action plan.
"All people who live, work, learn, play, drive, walk, ride, roll, or cycle in Traverse City - of every gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, income, and ability - are encouraged to take the survey," according to a city release. The survey takes less than 15 minutes to complete, is entirely click-through (no typing required), and is open until Sunday, October 9. All responses will be kept anonymous. Paper copies are available by request from the city planning and zoning department located on the second floor of the Governmental Center at 400 Boardman Avenue.
“We know that there is a diverse range of opinions about how Traverse City might transform over the next 20 years,” says City Planning Director Shawn Winter. “This survey makes it easy for folks to share their thoughts in this early listening stage of the planning process. We hope to hear from everyone in the community about what is important to them.”Comment