Monterey: Open Space & Recreation Questionnaire
The Town of Monterey is developing an update to the 2004 Open Space & Recreation Plan and needs your help! Your input will help guide the planning process and determine the future of recreation and open space in town.
The plan will make Monterey eligible for state reimbursement grant programs for the improvement of recreation areas within town and the protection of open spaces.
This questionnaire is open to year-round residents, seasonal residents, second homeowners, and renters. All responses will be confidential.
This questionnaire consists of 16 questions and should take about 10 minutes to complete. The survey will be open from January 15th at noon until February 28th at midnight.
The following questions examine interest and opinions regarding the future preservation of open space in Monterey. Open space is defined as land that has not been developed for residential, commercial, or industrial uses and includes publicly and privately owned land. Areas with particular interest in conservation and recreation include:
1. Land that contributes to the public water supply;
2. Forests, fields, and agricultural lands;
4. Rivers, streams, and lakes;
5. Parks and other recreation lands;
6. Wildlife or animal habitats; and
7. Land that preserves scenic views or town character.
Please answer all of the following questions. Thank you!