Forward La Crosse Adds Additional Topic-Based Surveys in Historic Preservation, Neighborhoods, Disability Access, and Parks, Recreation, and Open Space
Students and the general public are invited to participate in the various online modules including the new topic-based surveys.
La Crosse, WI (Tuesday Sept 21, 2022): The City of La Crosse has expanded its topic-based survey options at https://forwardlacrosse.org. The new surveys were utilized in group settings with stakeholders and are now open to the public for additional input. The survey topics include Historic Preservation, Neighborhoods, Disability Access, and Parks, Recreation, and Open Space.
Students and the general public are invited to participate in the various online modules including the new topic-based surveys. The input from this survey focusing on La Crosse’s neighborhoods will be used by the project planning team to help guide the priorities of the Comprehensive Plan.
“These survey topics follow what the City has for active commissions. The feedback we’re seeing related to outdoor activities, neighborhood cohesion, historic character, and mobility has been great. The in-depth questions in the surveys will let citizens give more specific insight. and help the commissioners’ involvement in the comprehensive planning process.” – Tim Acklin, Planning Administrator, City of La Crosse
Historic Preservation Survey – LINK
La Crosse Neighborhoods Survey – LINK
Disability Access Survey – LINK
Parks & Recreation Survey – LINK
Additional input options include the Public Survey, Digital Map, Voting Game, Guiding Principles Survey and Visual Preference Survey which may be found at https://forwardlacrosse.org.
The campaign addresses issues and opportunities, housing, transportation, economic development, intergovernmental cooperation, land use, utilities, community facilities, agricultural, natural and cultural resources, and plan implementation.
Visitors to forwardlacrosse.org have the opportunity to access interactive features designed to make providing feedback simple, easy, and fun. Community feedback can be submitted online until Friday, September 30, 2022.
Tim Acklin, AICP
City of La Crosse Planning and Development
400 La Crosse St. La Crosse, WI 54601