The City of Wilsonville has launched an online survey for community members and other stakeholders to provide input on and help plan the future of the Wilsonville Town Center area. The survey, which is linked to at the bottom of www.WilsonvilleTownCenter.com, asks participants to identify current locations within Town Center where the community eats, works, plays, shops or visits and also to identify any locations where the participants feel an improvement or change would enhance the area. The online survey, which only takes about ten minutes to complete, is available in both English and Spanish and open through late March.
Gathering community input on existing assets and future opportunities is a key early step in the 18-month long planning process that covers the approximately 100-acre area that encompasses the properties north of Wilsonville Road, within and adjacent to Town Center Loop.
The public is encouraged to share the survey with neighbors, family, friends and colleagues in order to attract as much feedback as possible from a wide variety of community members.
The overall goal of the Wilsonville Town Center Plan is to establish a community-driven vision, goals and a strategic plan for Wilsonville’s Town Center.
In addition to the survey, the public is also invited to answer a Question of the Month on the project website. March’s Question of the Month is, “What, if anything, keeps you from spending more time in Town Center?” To answer the question and see real-time results visit www.WilsonvilleTownCenter.com.
Funding for the long-range planning process comes from a Metro Community Planning and Development Grant with matching funds from the City’s Urban Renewal Agency.
For more information visit www.WilsonvilleTownCenter.com or contact Miranda Bateschell, Long-Range Planning Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-570-1581.