There were multiple opportunities for the public to get involved throughout the process, including workshops and focus groups. The following surveys were part of this process and include: the public survey, the business survey, the visual preference survey, and see the interactive web map.
Do you work, play, or travel along Atlantic Avenue or Waccamaw Drive? Maybe you don't but would like to?
If so, we would love to hear from you! Your knowledge is a valuable resource, and the following survey is critical to understanding what works and what doesn’t in the community. This survey should only take about 10-minutes to complete. Please also share with your friends, family, and neighbors.
The interactive map allows you, the community, to identify issues that need attention, and opportunities to improve! On the map, you’ll be able to leave comments about problem areas and points of interest. Tying your comments to specific locations is important feedback as we seek to understand challenges and opportunities along the corridor!
Are you a member of the business community in Garden City? If so, please share your thoughts! Help us identify problem areas and possible solutions as a user of Atlantic Avenue or Waccamaw Drive. This survey should only take about
10-minutes to complete.
Are you a user of Atlantic Avenue and/or Waccamaw Drive? If so, please share your thoughts! Help us identify possible solutions to issues found along the corridors. The images are used as references for potential design treatments. This visual survey should only take about 10-minutes to complete.