There are nearly 30 sports parks in the city, and the renewal will start with three pilot sites: the Käpylä, Myllypuro and Tali sports parks. The visual appearance of the signage will be based on the signage in the City of Helsinki parks, and the first changes will be visible in the outdoor signage. The designs are still being worked on, and the city is inviting residents to give their views on the plans.
The City of Helsinki invites residents to participate in an open online survey to evaluate the proposed signage. The survey will present the members of the signage family, such as arrival signage, area signage, and route signage in the sports park. Participants will be asked to provide feedback on issues such as what is successful about the planned signage, what could be improved, and whether the signage provides all the information needed.
Among those who respond to the survey, there will be a draw for 10 series tickets to Helsinki city's swimming and sports halls, as well as outdoor swimming pools. To enter the draw, participants can leave their contact information along with their response.
The city of Helsinki sees the renewal of sports park signage as an example of its commitment to creating a more pleasant and easily accessible environment that encourages physical activity.
Participate in the survey and contribute to the development of Helsinki's sports parks!
Join at the kerrokantasi.hel.fi website: Signposts in sports parks are being renewed - Kerrokantasi (hel.fi)(Link leads to external service)
The survey is open until December 13th at 4:00 PM