Walk (or HOP) & Tell Field Notes
The Easter Bunny sent his cousins to look for good locations around Vienna to hide eggs.
How many of the 15 bunnies can you find hiding around Town using the clues and your Walk (or HOP) & Tell Field Notes?
Find at least 10 of the bunnies and mark them on your map.
Then write your name, address, phone number and email on the inside cover of your Field Notes and drop it off at one of the designated drop box locations listed inside your Field Notes by Friday, April 9, 2021.
All completed entries are eligible for a drawing for a $100 gift certificate towards a Vienna Parks & Recreation class!
Walking or biking around Town is a great way to take a closer look at the community, observe how it is shaped, and develop ideas about how it could be made an even better place to live, work, visit and play.
The placement of buildings on a property, the types of uses that are allowed in those buildings, and the overall development of a property including the location of parking, are guided by zoning regulations. Your observations about what you like or do not like about an area will help us learn what is working or not working with the current zoning code.
Use these Field Notes as a tool to observe the Town and document what you see. Explore someplace new or somewhere familiar. Visit commercial & residential areas. Tell us what you see & feel as you walk or bike around.
Record your route on the included map and share your photos using:
Sharing your Observations
You can pick up a printed copy of the field notes or drop off your completed notes at any of the following locations:
.● Town Hall, 127 Center St S
.● Community Center, 120 Cherry St SE
.● Caffe Amouri, 107 Church St NE
.● Simply Social, 260 Cedar Ln SE
.● At any CODE CREATE VIENNA public events. Check the calendar for dates & locations.
Mayor Linda Colbert invites you to join her on a walk through the Town of Vienna with her daughter as they share their thoughts in their Field Notes booklet.
Short summary from Mayor Linda Colbert on the Walk (or Bike) & Tell Field Notes