RMWB seeks public help in Fort McMurray wayfinding

Public input is needed once again as the municipality seeks feedback on wayfinding strategies for the downtown and waterfront area.

Wayfinding is a directional guide that helps citizen navigate their way throughout the city, such as banners, signs, landmarks, or anything that can easily visually identify where someone is or needs to go.

The RMWB has set up an Online Survey and an Ideas Page for residents to share their thoughts about what would help them or others more easily get around.

Residents also have the option of using an online mapping tool to allow them to pinpoint an exact location on a map and describe what they believe will help newcomers and locals get around.

A Lunch and Go is being held on July 6 at the Jubilee Building from 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. for a more face-to-face discussion and then at 6:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. on July 19, a Virtual Engagement Session will be held.

There are many hidden gems throughout the city and the RMWB is wanting help to ensure they don’t remain hidden.

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