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Danville is looking for public input to update its downtown plan.
The town is partnering with an urban design firm to re-imagine how it might use some of the public spaces within the downtown area to provide essential connection, interaction and engagement.
Danville said in a news release “the goal is to create ‘activated’ public spaces that are visually coordinated and balance the need for adequate public parking, drainage facilities, accessibility to all businesses and essential services such as trash pick-up.”
The town is asking for community input through an online survey focusing on how businesses and residents envision improvements to Danville’s downtown spaces. The survey is expected to take about five minutes and will be available through Feb. 14.