The Tennessee RiverLine Partnership seeks feedback and ideas for the Tennessee RiverLine vision through an interactive survey, called RiverGauge, to guide next steps for the development of North America’s next great regional trail system.
All residents, leaders and visitors of Tennessee River Communities, as well as users and advocates of the Tennessee River, are invited to participate in this online survey.
Through this interactive survey, participants have an opportunity to share insights to their own river experiences, ideas for enhanced river access in their community, and feedback to the vision for the Tennessee RiverLine.
Feedback from users and residents is critical in the Tennessee RiverLine’s current stage of planning and development. All insights, whether they are from frequent Tennessee River users or occasional visitors, will help establish priorities and guide the next steps of development for the Tennessee RiverLine across the river’s 652-mile reach.
This interactive survey will be accepting responses from July 8 through August 31. In addition, the Tennessee RiverLine Partnership will be drawing names each week for winners of first-edition Tennessee RiverLine gear, including t-shirts, stickers, water bottles and more.
The Tennessee RiverLine Partnership will also be traveling to its 2019 Pilot Communities to gain feedback and ideas from community leaders and residents through its 652 to YOU events, a series of community engagement events. See full list of dates and register for a 652 to YOU event near you here.
The Tennessee RiverLine Partnership, in collaboration with SASAKI, developed RiverGauge to fit the needs of the Tennessee RiverLine’s unique audiences and circumstances.
652 to YOU and RiverGauge are initiatives of the Tennessee RiverLine Pilot Community Program, a program to bring expertise, ideas and insight from communities into the ongoing development of the Tennessee RiverLine. In May, the Tennessee RiverLine team announced five 2019 Pilot Communities, including Benton County, TN; Bridgeport, AL; The Shoals, AL (Florence-Muscle Shoals MSA); and Paducah/McCracken County, KY.