WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- The City of Wilmington is looking for more feedback on the Martin Luther King Day Parade.
The city is encouraging interested citizens to give input through an online survey. The survey follows a public input session the city held last week to discuss the MLK Parade, which was held on Jan. 21.
The parade moved this year to Front Street after several years of being held on Castle Street. Input from the meeting is now available on the city's website. Comments show there is widespread support for the parade, but that logistics such as business access and notification to downtown businesses needs to improve.
The survey will be available until Feb. 15.