Wayfinding Tool


Please enter your first name, email address and zip code to access the games and share your feedback. The Edgewater Chamber of Commerce agrees to not share email address with any third parties, but may send emails out to all respondents to let you know when the complete results are in, and/or to follow up with future updates to the neighborhood wayfinding project.

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Please follow the instructions below to share feedback about how and where you move around the neighborhood. We are most interested in understanding the routes you take as you move through the neighborhood as opposed to specific destinations (e.g. how do you bike to the beach/lake trails, how to you get to your dry cleaners or the hardware store, the path you walk to meet your friends for dinner? etc.)

  1. Select whether you are moving around the neighborhood by walking or by bike by choosing the numbers circles on the left or right of the tool bar at the top of the map.
  2. Click on one of the numbers next to each of the icons to start a path on the map. You can draw up to five paths for walking and five paths for biking.
  3. Place your cursor on the map and click to start your path of travel at your home, office, or any specific destination.
  4. Click other points on the map to connect the dots and draw a path indicating where you are moving through the neighborhood leading up to your final destination. While you are drawing a specific route, you can click on the red Undo button at the top left of the map to undo the last segment of any path you are working on.
  5. When you are done with a path, you can click on a new grey number to start a new path of travel. The previous numbers will become a light blue or green color repsectively to denote a completed path.
  6. Click on the Submit button when done with all modes and paths to save your feedback