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Take our Parks Survey - You can Win!
The City of Sacramento Youth, Park, and Community Enrichment Department is committed to our mission of empowering youth, strengthening neighborhoods, and providing life-enriching programs for a beautiful livable community. In collaboration with the California State University, Sacramento Department of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Administration, we are asking you to take 10 – 15 minutes to complete the following 8 questions on your experiences with City of Sacramento community park/s during the first three months (spring 2020) of the 2020 California Stay at Home Executive Order.

On March 19, 2020, a statewide “Stay at Home” Executive order was issued by the governor of California. This survey asks you to reflect or “look back” on your City of Sacramento community outdoor park use during the spring 2020 (March 19, 2020 to June 30, 2020) for the people who visited a park during that time. To understand our visitor’s experiences, we need your help by providing a reflective look at the reasons you visited a community park(s) and your experience/s visiting our parks during that time. All the information you provide is confidential and private. At the end of the survey, there are 10 demographic questions. Questions pertain directly to the nature of the study only. Survey responses are confidential, and the identifying information provided for the drawing IS NOT included in the analysis. Taking the time to complete this survey provides you a chance to join us as we work together to create the best possible recreation opportunities for the City of Sacramento community. Survey Link

Thank you! For the purpose of this survey, Sacramento community parks are defined as a park in the Sacramento area, including a 1) neighborhood park (these generally have play structures, greenspace, may have walking areas and/or seating areas and no public restroom), 2) a small community park, or 3) a large community park (community parks typically have all the amenities of a neighborhood park including restrooms and a wide variety of other features).

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Do you need help with an issue or have a question about services? Please visit the 311 Service Center page. Also, visit our Directory of Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment Services.

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