2011Center City Parks Programs Seattle, WA

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To promote safer and more welcoming parks in our downtown neighborhoods, Seattle Parks and Recreation has been working with community organizations and other groups to provide activities and programs in center city parks. This survey is to get your feedback on how these activities and/or programs are viewed by people who use these parks.
1. How often do you usually visit each of the parks listed below?
Once or more per week 1-3 times per month Occasionally Rarely/never
Regrade Off Leash Area
Plymouth Pillars Off Leash Area
Cal Anderson
Cascade
Counterbalance
Freeway
Hing Hay
Lake Union
Occidental
Victor Steinbrueck
Waterfront Park
Westlake
2. The park(s) were easy to find
3. The park(s) were clean and well-maintained
4. Please rate any of the following activities, events or programs that you saw and/or attended in Center City Parks (1="Loved It" 5="Hated It")
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ArtSparks (Occidental Park)
Buskers (Street Musicians)
Seattle Chamber Music Festival Simulcast (Westlake Park)
Out to Lunch Concerts (Sponsored by the Metropolitan Improvement District)
Movies in the Park (Cal Anderson and Hing Hay Parks)
Family Fun Days/Face Painting (Occidental Park)
Noon Tunes Concert for Kids (Freeway, Waterfront)
Gardening Classes (various downtown parks)
Outdoor Dancing (Freeway, Occidental, Westlake & SAM Oympic Sculpture Parks)
Barbershop Chorus (Westlake Park)
Art in the Park (First Thursdays in Occidental Park)
Saturday, Farmer's and/or Night Markets (Cascade, Hing Hay & Occidental Parks)
Seattle Public Library Book Sales (Freeway Park)
Performances (dance, drumming, marshal arts, etc)
Park Concierges (Freeway, Occidental, Victor Steinbrueck and Westlake)
Park Rangers
Movable Bistro Furniture (Freeway, Hing Hay, Occidental Westlake & Waterfront Parks)
Large Outdoor Chess or Bocce (Occidental, Westlake & Freeway)
Totem Carving (Waterfront)
Other Special Events
5. How did you hear about the program/event? (Check all that apply)
6. If you answered other above, how did you hear about the activity/program?
7. Overall were you satisfied with your experience in the park and/or the program that you were involved in?
8. During the time that the activities and/or programs are occurring, do you feel that they are effective in promoting a positive and welcoming atmosphere in the park?

9. Do you feel the activities/programs help make these parks safer and more welcoming in general, even when they are not actually occurring?
10. Comments or suggestions on how Seattle Parks and Recreation could do a better job to make our downtown parks more vibrant and welcoming places to enjoy?
11. If you would like to receive occasional updates (1-3 times a month) on activities and programs happening in our center city parks, please provide your email address here:
12. Your age
13. Where do you live?
14. How did you receive this survey
15. Other comments
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