The City of Thunder Bay is looking to expand the number of directional signs and maps there are so residents and visitors can find their way around.
An official says they've hired a consultant to get the job done.
Adam Krupper states that involves getting your opinions on where you think those signs should go and what "hidden gems' you know about.
He says Prince Arthur's Landing is an example of good signage noting, that as you walk down the trail you know exactly where you are, where you're going, and how long it takes to get there.
There are several feedback sessions including Thursday at Up Shop Coffeehouse at 111 May Street from 5 until 6:30 and then again the next morning from 8 until 9:30.
As well there will be a display at the Intercity Shopping Centre Friday evening.
You can also give your input online by following this LINK.(Staff photo)