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Onalaska seeks community input through survey

ONALASKA, Wisconsin (WXOW) - Onalaska residents will have the chance to help chart the course for the future of the city.

The City of Onalaska is mailing out surveys this week to help develop a new 20-year comprehensive plan.

The survey includes questions on diverse subjects such as public health, sidewalks and waterfront development.

There's also a chance for people to weigh in on what they'd like to see changed.

"Onalaska has a lot of involvement. There's a lot of programs here and there's a lot of great ideas. So anything we can do to get (the public's) opinions, this is the time to do it," said Katie Meyer, planning/zoning inspector for the city.

Those who plan to take the survey need to return them by April 25. It's also available on the City of Onalaska website.

Paper copies can be mailed to: City of Onalaska, 2014 Community Survey, 415 Main St., Onalaska, WI 54650 or dropped off at:
  • City Hall: 415 Main Street
  • City Payment Drop Box at City Hall
  • Onalaska Public Library: 741 Oak Ave S.
  • Tourism Office: 1101 Main Street
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