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Fill out a survey the next time you hit the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail

The City of Greenville is gathering information from Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail users from now until Friday, July 12.


We wheelie like the Swamp Rabbit Trail. | Photo via The City of Greenville

The next time you hit the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail, the City of Greenville wants you to pause to submit a survey. The 10-minute questionnaire can be found along the trail within the city limits on QR codes. The city is looking to gather information about:

  • Economic impact
  • Users
  • Access points
  • Public priorities

“As we plan for the future, we need to know who is using the trail, how they are using it, where they are from, why it’s important to them, and what the economic impact might be,” Greenville’s Senior Mobility Coordinator Calin Owens said.
The survey closes Friday, July 12.

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