City of Tyler Parks and Recreation Department Master Plan Survey

Survey is to update the Parks Department Master Plan for 2019

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* 1. How satisfied are you with the existing parks and recreational facilities in Tyler?

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* 2. How would you rate the level of maintenance of parks and recreational facilities in Tyler?

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* 3. Can you reasonably and safely walk to a City Park in Tyler from your home?

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* 4. Are additional parks and recreational facilities needed in Tyler?

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* 5. In what area of Tyler do you reside?

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* 6. What is your current age? (Check one)

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* 7. What additional recreational facilities would you like to have in Tyler’s parks? Please rank by preference your first five choices (#1 being the highest priority and #5 being the lowest priority). (PLEASE CHOOSE ONLY FIVE.)

  Highest Priority  2nd Choice 3rd Choice 4th Choice Lowest Priority 
Adult Softball Fields
Picnic Shelters/Pavilions
Band Stand/Amphitheater
Picnicking Areas
Baseball Fields
Playgrounds
Basketball Courts
Playgrounds Specifically for Handicap Use
Botanical/Flower Garden
Sand Volleyball Courts
Disc Golf Course
Skate Park
Dog Park
Soccer Fields
Football Fields
Sports Practice Fields
Horseshoe/Washer Courts
Spray ground/Small Water Park
Indoor Recreation Centers
Swimming Pools
Lawn Areas for General Play
Tennis Centers
Multi-Use Paved Trails 
Water Features (creeks,small lakes, etc.)
Nature Areas
Youth Softball Fields
Nature Trails
Other

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* 8. The role of parks, recreation and open space in Tyler today compared to ten years ago is:

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* 9. More pocket or ornamental parks (small parks) are needed. (2500 sq. ft. to 2 acres in size)

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* 10. More neighborhood parks are needed. (5 to 10 acres in size)

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* 11. More community parks are needed. (40 to 150 acres in size)

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* 12. Existing parks in Tyler should be upgraded and/or improved to include additional facilities.

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* 13. Residential neighborhoods, schools and parks should be connected with linear parks such as trails along creeks and other corridors.

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* 14. Parks and recreation facilities are well worth the cost to taxpayers.

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* 15. Existing parks in Tyler provide a safe environment.

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* 16. How do you typically hear about Parks activities and other upcoming events?

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* 17. The most important consideration regarding future parks in Tyler is:

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* 18.
The acquisition of parkland and the development & maintenance of park facilities can be expensive. In addition to state grants, where
should future park funding come from?

  First Choice Second Choice Third Choice
Park User Fees
Donations
Property Tax
Sales Tax
Park Bond Program
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