The second survey for the South Loop Project closes tomorrow, Tuesday, April 25, at 5 pm
The South Loop Project is a sustainable urban park over I-670 Hwy linking adjacent downtown communities, and a collaborative effort led by Port KC, the Downtown Council, and City of Kansas City. As a public green space and state-of-the-art destination park, it may include features such as accessible play spaces, public entertainment forums, multimodal transportation options and more.
The survey seeks design input with open commentary.
You can watch a video of the South Loop Project team presenting information about proposed design concepts for the urban park over a section of I-670. The design ideas were based on feedback collected during the first round of public engagement.
If you attended the in-person public meeting, your feedback has already been recorded. You do not need to take the online survey.
For those who were unable to attend the public meeting, watch the presentation and then take the online survey.
The survey is available in English and Spanish.