West Palm Beach launches survey to study city's best locations

Posted at 2:13 PM, Jun 23, 2016

The City of West Palm Beach’s Office of Public Life has launched a survey on its Facebook page in effort to “understand the social life of West Palm Beach's public spaces.”

The survey is intended to gather information and opinions to learn what residents and visitors enjoy most about the city.

“This data will help identify where and how public spaces can be made better in West Palm Beach and will contribute to a Public Space Plan for the city,” the post says.

The city is working with Gehl Studio, an architectural firm with offices in New York and San Francisco, to conduct the survey in order to study specific locations in more detail this fall. 

You can take the survey HERE.