ONALASKA, Wis. (WXOW) – The City of Onalaska is looking for residents’ opinion on how to better improve the city.
The city’s Long Range Planning Committee met on Thursday evening to gather ideas on how to improve Onalaska’s future.
Possible subjects of discussion the committee presented included traffic flow, alternative transportation, and school district needs.
The committee sent out a community survey in April, and they are still finalizing the results from 1,040 completed surveys.
“This is a golden opportunity for the citizens to kind of look at how our city can continue to develop, but then there is also the aspect where they get to rate the services that the city provides, such as police, fire, and planning for future growth,” Zoning & Planning Committee Inspector Katie Meyer said.
The committee has tentatively agreed to host public meetings on June 26 and June 27. Meyer encourages residents to take the survey. Meyer said if residents are wondering where they can take the online survey, go to cityofonalaska.com, go to the main page’s news and announcements tab, and click on the link for the 2014 Community Survey.
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