The City of Fort St. John is excited to work with local stakeholders and residents to influence the design and development of the Festival Plaza. This secondary survey will explore the potential uses and design elements for your input. Although two separate projects, the Festival Plaza and Centennial Park projects are complimentary allowing both spaces to be utilized separately or in conjunction. A rendering of the Centennial Park redesign can be viewed here (https://letstalk.fortstjohn.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/CentennialParkRedesign.pdf). A follow-up survey with concept designs will be available on this Let’s Talk site on Friday, November 30, 2018, so please return to this site for more opportunities to provide input.

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* 1. See the list below of the of the potential activities at Festival Plaza.  Please rate what you feel would be a good fit for the space.

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Farmers Market Venue
Open Mic Nights
Fitness Activities - Yoga/Group fitness classes
local Dance Venue  ie. Country Square Dancing
Private Reception Venue ie. Weddings/Graduations
Corporate Events
Food Festival - Taste of Fort St. John
Small Theater Venue
Circus/Petting zoo
Travelling Exhibits
Ice Sculptures
Public Washrooms
Cultural Celebrations ie. Local Indigenous fair / World fair

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* 2. See the list below of the of the potential design elements to be considered for the project.  Please rate how important each of these are.

  Very important Somewhat important Indifferent Not important Not important at all
Ensure outdoor amenities accommodate year-round use
Sustainable design such as water re-use or solar panels
Creative lighting, such as colourful LED lighting
Indigenous representation
Natural design elements such as a water feature or native plants
Edible fruit-bearing plants such as saskatoons
Plenty of natural lighting - sun exposure
Overhead structure for rain and snow protection
Fire pits
Thank you for your participation in this survey. We encourage you to refer to the City of Fort St. John Let’s Talk website for updates on this project. 

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