Project consultants for the Tower Green gathering space have launched a survey in an ongoing effort to obtain public input on project design.
The gathering space is set for construction on Sixth Street between the Price Tower and the Bartlesville Community Center after funding was approved by voters in the March 6 General Obligation Bond Election.
The survey is in addition to several public meetings held to obtain input from local residents on how they would like the space to look and function.
“Consultants are working with the City Council-appointed Tower Green Design Committee to prepare a design plan for the projects that will result in a gathering space that is accessible, visible, attractive and memorable,” said Community Development Director Lisa Beeman. “As part of this effort, public input is being sought on how best to shape this public space to be open and inviting to everyone.”
The survey aims to help determine the focus of the space, seating, surroundings and water feature preferences, among other issues.
The online survey will be available until Aug. 22. Paper copies are also available at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 Adams Blvd.