Campbell River is asking for your help to design the centrepiece for its first major roundabout.

The city says the design of the actual structure is well underway, but it’s inviting feedback on what should go in the middle.

General Manager of Assets and Operations for the city, Dave Morris says it’s the perfect opportunity to provide your ideas for the center of the roundabout.

“While much of the design is technical in nature, there’s an opportunity for the community to provide feedback on how the centre of the roundabout will look, and we look forward to input,” said Morris.

The roundabout will be located along Rockland Road and Highway 19A and is the first major roundabout for the city.

Residents will be able to provide input at an open house on Tuesday, November 5th at the Maritime Heritage Centre.

You will also have the chance to give ideas via an online survey from November 6th to 17th.

The roundabout is set to be constructed in 2020 and is part of the Highway 19A Upgrades Project.

The work in 2020 requires a highway closure, and more information will be provided in the spring as details are confirmed.

The city says the project team will be available at the open house in November to provide more information and answer questions from the community.