The City of Tomah Long Range Planning Committee, in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce, is currently working to assess and evaluate the downtown area, including branding, wayfinding, streetscaping, parking, building design and land uses. The objectives of this planning process are to define a vision for the downtown (i.e. what it should look like in 20 years from now), and identify public and private opportunities for improvement to increase business vitality and community activity in the downtown. The results of this planning study will be the development of a Downtown Master Plan which will be used by the City and Chamber to guide future public and private improvement projects. As part of this project the City and Chamber are also collecting input on our community tagline “Gateway to Cranberry Country.”
This survey covers a variety of topics including branding, urban design and retail desires. Your participation in this Downtown Survey provides one way for you to participate in this planning project. The range of opinions and desires expressed by the public will give the City and Chamber a sense of what needs to be improved.
The survey will be available through February 12, 2016.
Don't forget to vote for our 2015 Annual Awards Banquet on Monday, February 29th! This event will be held at Cranberry Country Lodge with a cash bar reception beginning at 5:00, dinner from 6:00-7:00, and awards and entertainment beginning at 7:00.