Share your thoughts regarding Opelika Road | Events
Are you interested in sharing your thoughts on the future of the Opelika Road Corridor? Did you miss the public meeting on August 29? We want to hear from you!
These surveys are updated with new questions from the second public meeting, and are not the same surveys made available previously.
The City held the second public meeting regarding Renew Opelika Road on Wednesday, August 29 at 6:00pm in City Council Chambers. Approximately 80 citizens attended the meeting and offered their thoughts on the future of the Opelika Road Corridor.
If you missed the public meeting and would like an opportunity to share your thoughts regarding the corridor, we are offering two opportunities to do so online at www.auburnalabama.org/renew.
The first survey, the charrette #2 online keypad polling survey, includes all of the questions asked of the audience through keypad polling at the August 29 public meeting. Taking the first survey will allow your input to be combined with the input received at the public meeting and is an excellent opportunity to make your voice heard if you were unable to attend.
The second way to share your thoughts with us is through the MetroQuest interactive online survey. The MetroQuest survey is shorter than the online keypad polling survey and asks questions regarding construction and investment priorities on the corridor.
The results of both surveys will be used in the development of the Renew Opelika Road plan and are vital to the plan’s success.
For more information, contact Justin Steinmann at email@example.com or 334.501.3045.
Source: City of Auburn News
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