We need your input!

The City of Albion is in the process of updating its five-year Parks and Recreation Master Plan. As part of the revision we are asking for input from Albion residents on what they would like the city to focus on over the next five years for its parks and recreation programs.

Your responses are totally anonymous and cannot be linked with your name.

If you are completing a hard copy version of this survey you can drop it off at Albion City Hall or in the drop box in front of the building. Surveys are due by June 30, 2021.

Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey!

Haley Snyder, City Manager
Victoria Garcia Snyder, Mayor

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* 1. What is your favorite park, sports field, or trail in Albion, and why do you like it?

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* 2. Which park in Albion is closest to where you live?

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* 3. If you could make one change to any park in Albion, what would it be?

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* 4. How many times in 2020 did you or your family visit the following parks or recreation facilities in Albion? Please check one box for each line.

  Never 1-5 times 6-10 times 11-20 times More than 20 times
Bournelis Parks (NE Corner of Cass and Superior)
Molder Statue and Park (SW Corner of Superior and Michigan Ave.)
Porter Street Canoe Dock (Between Kalamazoo River at Stoffer Plaza and S. Monroe)
Harris Field (Ballfield at 790 W. Cass)
Ketchum Field (Ballfield at 1000 East North St.)
Holland Park (NE Corner of Albion St. and Cass St.)
Washington Park (Washington St. and Eaton St. on both sides of Kalamazoo River)
McIntosh Park (Near Crowell School at State Street and Hoaglin Drive)
McAuliffe Park (SW Corner of Albion St. and Austin Ave.)
Victory/Rieger Park (On Kalamazoo River, bordered by Hannah St., Haven Rd., and E. Erie St.)
Albion River Trail (paved recreational trail)
Barnes Park (Along Kalamazoo River by Water St.)
Crowell Park (Between N. Superior and Clinton St.)
Lloyd Park (On Kalamazoo River on E. Cass St.)
Stoffer Plaza (Marketplace on Kalamazoo River behind Superior St.)
Goldstar Park (SW corner of Michigan Ave. and Clark St.)
McClure Park (West of Albion St. along Kalamazoo River)

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* 5. What are the most important reasons why you wouldn't use a park in Albion? Please check all that apply.

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* 6. Are there any barriers that keep you or your family from participating in recreational programs sponsored by the City of Albion and/or YMCA? Please check all that apply.

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* 7. What types of recreation programs would you or your family be most interested in? Please check all that apply.

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* 8. What are the three (3) most important park improvements needed in Albion? Please check up to three.

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* 9. Is there anything else you would like to add regarding Albion's parks and recreation facilities and programs?

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