A new survey put out by the Naperville Riverwalk Commission will be examining what people like about Naperville’s crown jewel, and what might need some improvement.
“We’ve never really conducted a survey to find out what assets on the Riverwalk people really enjoy and what assets are very important, giving us some priority in how we might expand or maintain those assets in the future,” said Chairman of the Naperville Riverwalk Geoffrey Roehll.
Accessible online through the Riverwalk’s website, everyone is invited to take this survey.
“You’ll be able to very easily access the questions, it takes less than 15 minutes to do and we’re hoping that everybody who enjoys the Riverwalk, and even those who might not know much about it respond and let us know what they think,” said Roehll.
Construction of the Riverwalk first began in 1981.
Naperville News 17’s Evan Summers reports.