Survey outcomes from the design charrette held September 26–28, for the world of the Smoky Hill River Renewal Challenge from north of Iron Avenue (North Channel and Founders Park) and south of the YMCA (South Channel), have been revealed on-line at www.salina-ks.gov/riverrenewal.
The survey, which was accomplished by 305 people, requested for preferences on ideas and options introduced on the September 28 public assembly.
Almost seventy eight % of people appreciated ideas resembling a shared use path for bicycles and pedestrians, a canoe/kayak launch ramp, and park area with a shelter/pavilion close to the Elmhurst Blvd. and South Delaware Ave. space (west aspect of Invoice Burke Park).
Almost seventy six % of people favored ideas comparable to a river overlook, a shared use path for bicycles and pedestrians, further parking area, and a canoe/kayak launch and touchdown space close to the YMCA space.
seventy six % of people favored the thought of a step down canoe chute, step swimming pools, terraced seating, river overlook areas, walkways, and seating areas close to the world of Founders Park (simply north of Iron Ave.).
To regulate the circulate of the river, 31 % of people most popular restoring the Western Star Mill dam and sixty nine % of people most popular putting in step swimming pools. seventy seven % of people favored ideas similar to a naturalized prairie, climbing boulders, a pump monitor, mountaineering/biking trails, and a canoe discovery path at Lakewood Park.
When considering of proposed concepts throughout every phase, the next
responses have been offered by people:
70 % of people most popular canoe/kayak launch ramps
seventy eight % of people most popular boardwalks
seventy one % of people most popular shelters/pavilions
seventy eight % of people most popular river overlooks
fifty five % of people most popular an iconic monument/wayfinding component
eighty % of people most popular a shared use path (pedestrian/bike)
sixty one % of people most popular a step down canoe chute
sixty five % of people most popular terraced seating
sixty eight % of people most popular a canoe discovery path
forty three % of people most popular a pump monitor
seventy five % of people most popular a naturalized prairie
eighty three % of people most popular climbing/biking trails
sixty five % of people most popular constructed wetlands
seventy two % of people a most popular YMCA path area