Oct 31, 2012 9:08 PM by KRTV
The City of Great Falls is currently assessing the operation and management of the downtown parking program, and is asking people to participate in an online survey.
The survey consists of 24 questions.
Wendy Thomas, the Planning & Community Development director, explained, "The parking survey is important because we want to look at how parking is provided, managed, and developed in the future to maximize its use for everybody that uses parking, and that's a lot of different people."
The results from the survey will be discussed at at an open meeting at the Civic Center on Wednesday, November 7th, from 6-8pm.
A press release from the city states, in part:
As part of the upcoming Downtown Design Charrette taking place next week, residents are being asked to participate in a Downtown Parking Survey. The survey takes less than ten minutes to complete and is designed to provide staff and the Parking Advisory Commission valuable input as they begin evaluating the downtown parking program. The survey asks respondents to rate the existing parking program as well as share their comments and feedback. Questions regarding the Downtown Parking Survey can be directed to Wendy Thomas, Deputy Planning and Community Development Director at 455-8432.
If the survey isn't working for you, call Wendy Thomas, the deputy Planning & Community Development director, at 406-455-8432.
The survey ends November 7, 2012.