The GI Online Community Survey ends in March
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (Nebraska) — The Grand Island Comprehensive Plan survey ends on March 8.
Residents and business owners are encouraged to provide input on their digital survey or by visiting the project website.
In addition to the online surveys, hard copies are still available at City Hall or the Grand Island Public Library.
Community input will still be collected through Mindmixer and the Crowdsource map on the City of Grand Island website throughout the project.
Project manager Keith Marvin said the number of responses is still considered low, with just 360 surveys completed, but they would like to see that number approach 500 or 600.
Grand Island City officials are reminding residents that the Comprehensive Plan impacts everyone in the community in one form or another, whether it be parks, public transportation, walkability or housing, and that it is important for the community to clarify its thoughts.
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