PALMDALE – Local residents are encouraged to take a survey on what they think about Palmdale’s parks and recreation facilities, programs, and services.
Community input is an essential part of the city’s Parks and Recreation Master Plan, an effort to plan improvements for the future of the parks and recreation amenities, programs, and services. Public feedback will help guide decisions in the plan.
A random sampling of residents will receive a paper survey in the mail, according to organizers. Residents who receive a paper survey in the mail are encouraged to provide feedback within 10 days. In addition, the Parks and Recreation Department invites all residents to give feedback and input through an open-link survey that will go live in early June.
The results of this survey will create a priority blueprint for places to improve, methods for growing responsibly, and programs and recreational opportunities the community wants to see in Palmdale, according to organizers.
This project is led by BerryDunn, with survey and data work done by RRC Associates. About 4,500 households in Palmdale have been mailed the paper survey with an option to complete the survey online, and responses from these residents will comprise the statistically valid sample. The open-link survey will allow all interested residents to provide feedback for the final analysis. Open-link results will be kept separate from the statistically valid responses.
For more information about the survey and the process, contact Palmdale city staff at 661-267-5611.
[Information via news release from the city of Palmdale.]
1 comment for "Palmdale’s Parks and Recreation master plan survey begins"
I THINK THEY SHOULD TRY TO MAKE THE PALMDALE PARKS SAFER –
KICK OUT THE GANG MEMBERS SELLING DOPE AND SHOOTING AT EACH OTHER –