Maine Dept. of Agriculture, Conservation, & Forestry - Boating Facilities Division
Maine Dept. of Agriculture, Conservation, &...

Navigational Aids User Survey

 
The Boating Facilities Division, Navigational Aids Program is soliciting feedback from their customers on the quality of the inland waterway marking program. On "State Marked Water Bodies" established policy prohibits the placement of waterway markers within the Water Safety Zone (the first 200' from any shore) except in special cases. Also, in order for a buoy to be placed the hazard must be covered by less than 4' of water "at expected low water." If you recently visited an inland lake or pond marked with navigational aids, please complete this questionnaire in order to help us gauge the quality of our service.

* Questions with an asterisk require an answer.

* This survey is for lakes and ponds only.
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1. In what ZIP code is your home located? (enter 5-digit ZIP code; for example, 00544 or 94305)
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2. Which water body did you visit?
3. How satisfied were you with the overall quality of navigational hazard marking on this water body?
4. Are the navigational hazard markings on this water body clear and easy to understand?
5. Are you satisfied with the number of hazards marked on this water body? (Except for special circumstances, we do not normally mark hazards located within the Water Safety Zone (the first 200' from any shore)
6. Have you visited our Google Earth "Navigational Aids" application and did you find it useful in planning your trip?
7. If you have used our Google Earth "Navigational Aids" application, did you find it useful in planning your trip?
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