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Posted on: May 31, 2022

[ARCHIVED] City of Green Bay and partners encourage the public to participate in online SparkGGB! survey

The City of Green Bay along with Bay Area Arts & Culture Alliance (BAACA) and many other partners are encouraging the public to participate in an online survey to help advance arts and culture initiatives in Greater Green Bay. The survey is now available in both English and Spanish.

Results of the SparkGGB! survey will play a critical role in gathering public input as part of the area’s first-ever community-wide arts and culture assessment. Participants who complete the survey are eligible to win a $40 Amazon gift card.

“Residents share a common desire for more arts, culture, and creative activities in the region. Now is the time to come together to imagine Greater Green Bay’s future,” said Mary Reinders, senior research analyst at Reinders Research, who is serving as the project’s consultant.

Community members interested in getting further involved can attend the SparkGGB! Community Town Hall, taking place Thursday, June 2, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Weidner Center. Registration for the Community Town Hall can be found HERE.

Results of the Greater Green Bay cultural assessment will be shared publicly upon completion at

Partners involved in SparkGGB! efforts include the City of Green Bay, Bay Area Arts & Culture Alliance, Greater Green Bay Chamber, Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Discover Green Bay, and more.

For more information, contact: Laura Schley, Public Arts Coordinator 920-448-3142

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