The Greek philosopher Heraclitus said, “The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change.” This is true of downtown Canton as times they are a-changing. Canton city officials, along with the planning, architecture, and landscaping architecture firm TSW, are collecting survey results to help drive the future of downtown Canton and the River Mill District.
This survey may be taken at cantonforward.com. A quick read through the About section on the website shows that the overall goals of this project include five key points. These points center around the history of the area, attracting employment opportunities, making areas easier and more attractive for walking and biking, revitalizing the core of the city, and attracting appropriate development. If you live in the Sixes Living readership area, there is a chance that you visit downtown Canton and the River Mill Area. Your opinion matters.
The survey located at the project site takes just a few minutes to fill out. Questions regarding what visitors would like to see more of downtown Canton, and possible housing options fill the survey.
If you are vested in the development of downtown Canton and the River Mill area as a resident, commuter or visitor, it is important that you take this survey. Just a few minutes of your time will help direct and guide the outcome of this project.