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Online survey next step in PARD’s long-range planning process

Thursday, November 29, 2018 by Tai Moses

The Parks and Recreation Department has posted an online survey to gather public input about the state of the city’s parks and whether residents would like to see them altered, expanded or left alone. The survey results will help the parks department shape the future of the city’s 300 parks as well as determine users’ current, day-to-day needs. The parks department hopes that the long-range planning process will help the department reach its goal of assuring 24 acres of parkland for every 1,000 Austin residents by 2028. The survey will be posted through the end of January. All community members are invited to participate. Find the survey here.

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