King William Street Improvements

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King William Street - Construction Update

Fall Update: Thank you for your patience and understanding during the King William Street construction project. We have completed the majority of the finishing works, including entrance and boulevard asphalt, topsoil and sod - including the restoration of Riverside Park.

Construction signage, barrels and pylons have been removed from the job site. There is some minor surface work we're still accomplishing, but for the most part - construction is complete!

We are working to plan the Downtown Huntsville Streetscape project, in partnership with the Town of Huntsville, Downtown Huntsville BIA and Huntsville/ Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce. We look forward to revitalizing and upgrading our downtown, together!


SURVEY NOW OPEN!
Downtown Huntsville Construction - We Want Your Feedback!

Click here to give us your feedback and take our survey.

As we continue to plan for the 2021 Main Street Streetscaping project, we’re seeking your feedback on communication received during King William Street construction, to better understand your preferences moving forward.

Your anonymous comments will inform our team on how best to plan communication activities next year. By giving us your feedback, we can put plans in place to deliver the information and project updates you’re looking for.

Survey responses will be shared with the District of Muskoka, Town of Huntsville and planning teams as we plan for the 2021 Streetscape project.


Click here to give us your feedback and take our survey.

Survey open until October 30, 2020.



King William Street - Construction Update

Fall Update: Thank you for your patience and understanding during the King William Street construction project. We have completed the majority of the finishing works, including entrance and boulevard asphalt, topsoil and sod - including the restoration of Riverside Park.

Construction signage, barrels and pylons have been removed from the job site. There is some minor surface work we're still accomplishing, but for the most part - construction is complete!

We are working to plan the Downtown Huntsville Streetscape project, in partnership with the Town of Huntsville, Downtown Huntsville BIA and Huntsville/ Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce. We look forward to revitalizing and upgrading our downtown, together!


SURVEY NOW OPEN!
Downtown Huntsville Construction - We Want Your Feedback!

Click here to give us your feedback and take our survey.

As we continue to plan for the 2021 Main Street Streetscaping project, we’re seeking your feedback on communication received during King William Street construction, to better understand your preferences moving forward.

Your anonymous comments will inform our team on how best to plan communication activities next year. By giving us your feedback, we can put plans in place to deliver the information and project updates you’re looking for.

Survey responses will be shared with the District of Muskoka, Town of Huntsville and planning teams as we plan for the 2021 Streetscape project.


Click here to give us your feedback and take our survey.

Survey open until October 30, 2020.



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded. Thank you for your feedback!



    As we continue to plan for the 2021 Main Street Streetscaping project, we’re seeking your feedback on communication received during King William Street construction, to better understand your preferences moving forward. 
    Your anonymous comments will inform our team on how best to plan communication activities next year. By giving us your feedback, we can put plans in place to deliver the information and project updates you’re looking for. 

    Survey responses will be shared with the District of Muskoka, Town of Huntsville and planning teams as we plan for the 2021 Streetscape project. 

    Thank you for your time!  

    Survey open until 4:30pm on Friday, October 30, 2020.


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