Results are in from the Quincy Riverfront survey and the responses of over 700 people could mean a trail that leads to the river or even additional riverfront activities.
Riverfront Master Plan consultant Maggie Strong says some of the feedback they received was unexpected, but shows that people want to see something being done.
Strong says they're still open to feedback, and making a visit to the riverfront could help you in your decision making.
"We encourage everybody, come down to the riverfront, go to a different place than you might normally go and take a picture, send it to us, post it on social media. Just get an idea of what it feels like now and what you want it to feel like in the future."Maggie Strong | Riverfront Master Plan Consultant
Strong says they're still in the "listening phase" and the next step is taking all of the feedback and hosting an online community workshop on September 2nd, where they will be sharing the survey results.
Strong says, with the master plan broken into phases, this is just the beginning of a 10 to 20 year process.
She says in the next six months, they'll move towards using people's feedback to create design concepts and a plan the community can adopt.