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Ephraim seeking your long-term project input

One of Door County’s favorite getaway locations is asking for your input whether you’re a business owner, resident, or even a guest. The Ephraim Village Board is asking you to complete a survey that will help them understand what projects people think needs to be done in Ephraim within the next decade. The input offered will help the board present at two public forums that are held on September 8th. 


This request comes after various committees in Ephraim came up with projects that they would like to see done in the next 5-10 years. Village Board Chair Mike McCutcheon says he then asked board members to come up with five characteristics that make Ephraim special and to list five of the potential projects they’d like to see prioritized. It was after they finished that task that McCutcheon felt it was best to ask other Ephraim residents the same thing. 



The request for resident input is aimed to replicate the success of their streetscape and shoreline restoration projects that were completed in the last two years. While you’re free to list whatever project you think may be best to focus on, the village did list project concepts that have been brought up. The concepts deal with things like north end lighting, a fire station addition, and parking. The conceptual project ideas are listed below. You can take part in the survey by following this link

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