Public Opinion Questionaire

The Town of Canandaigua is updating its Parks and Recreation Master Plan. As part of our effort to plan for your future recreation needs, we are seeking your input on recreational opportunities of all types–indoor and outdoor, summer and winter, youth and adult. Your answers to the questionnaire below will help us plan for recreation facilities for you and your family. Please fill it out and return it by April 29, 2017 
The Town of Canandaigua Parks and Recreation department is responsible for maintaining, and running the Town parks and trails, and for providing the Town with various forms of recreation and programs. The Town of Canandaigua parks and trails are:
Onanda Park
Leonard R. Pierce Memorial Park
Blue Heron Park
West Lake Schoolhouse
Richard P. Outhouse Memorial Park
McJannett Park
Miller Park (to be developed)
Onanda Park Trails
Peanut Line Trail
Old Brookside Trail

* 1. Overall, how satisfied are you with the park and recreation facilities in the Town of Canandaigua?

* 3. When considering the value of our park and recreation areas, how important are each of the following statements?

  Very Important Somewhat Important Not Important
Protecting open space from development
Make Neighborhoods more appealing
Preserve environmentally sensitive areas
Provide safe play areas for youth
Create areas where neighbors can get to know each other/ strengthen community
Offer recreational facilities for adults/ seniors

* 5. How satisfied are you (or members of your household) with the condition of the parks & recreation areas in the Town of Canandaigua you’ve used in the past twelve months?

  Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Very Dissatisfied N/A (Do not use)
Upland Onanda Park
Lakeside Onanda Park
Leonard R. Pierce Memorial Park
Blue Heron Park
West Lake Schoolhouse
Richard P. Outhouse Memorial Park
McJannet Park
Onanda Park Trails
Peanut Line Trail
Old Brookside Trail

* 6. Is there an area of Town where you feel more walkability improvements (sidewalks, trails, bikeways, etc.) are needed?

 
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