Hi there, and welcome!
The technical aspects of the writing are good. Nothing egregious jumped out at me in a casual reading, though I'll admit I'm a rather careless reader. Still, I've stopped reading serials in the past because of horrible grammar or formatting, so it's worth mentioning.
I like the sort of wistful tone throughout, which indicates to me that this is going to be some kind of post-apocalyptic kind of story. That said, that's sort of the problem: I only have an indication about what's going to be interesting about this story in the future. The entirety of the story is taken up telling me about the main character's town, a day in his life, and exposition about a bunch of these characters and who they are...but I don't really have any reason to care about any of them right now. These are all details that I would *love* as a good contrast to the same town after I know what happened, but seeing the "before" without even knowing what to expect in the "after" will make a lot of people click away, I suspect.
I get that you're trying to build interest by not making the interest point of the story clear to the reader in the first chapter. That said, I think that's a really dangerous balance to try to strike. A large number of your readers will not give you until chapter two to become interesting. Hell, a not-insignificant number of your readers won't give you until paragraph two.
In a nutshell, I'd say good technical foundation, excellent tone, good notes of intrigue, but I would suggest starting at what you planned for chapter two, giving readers a bit more reason to be interested. That's just my rough and rushed first impression though! Go with what feels right to you; after all, you're the most important person you're writing for!