Seattle Parks and Recreation wants your feedback on two separate items:
- Whether to sell Parks-branded items at various locations;
- What Parks should focus on with respect to recreation.
The Seattle Parks and Recreation is conducting a voluntary survey about the possibility of selling merchandise representing our parks. They believe public feedback would be very important to their study.
Parks and Recreation has experienced some demand for parks and recreation gear and gifts. Parks has decided to conduct a survey to see what the public thinks about the idea of Seattle Parks selling t-shirts, water bottles, tote bags, field guides, art representing parks, seedlings or plants seen in parks, or other merchandise.
Parks is also seeking your advice on what your favorite recreational activity is.
Here’s your chance to tell Seattle Parks and Recreation about your favorite recreation activities so they can make our parks even better! Take the online survey now through September 24, 2012.
Seattle Parks and Recreation is in the midst of a fact finding process to develop a strategic direction for the future , “Parks Legacy Plan”. The plan will provide levels of service analysis, participation and use numbers, costs and revenue projections to answer the following questions:
- Are Parks resources deployed in the most effective manner?
- Which facilities and parks get the most use?
- What are the core services Parks provides?
DHM Research was hired to administer this survey as an objective, neutral third party. All responses will be reported in total, not individually, and none of the answers will be associated with anyone’s name. The data will be folded into the Parks Legacy Plan effort.
This survey is divided into sections. Feel free to answer all questions or just the ones that interest you most.