The City of Dublin is asking the public to participate in the 2013 Community Survey on Parks. The survey will be available beginning January 22 and will close on February 28, 2013. The purpose of the survey is to obtain feedback on park amenities, including consideration of a future dog park.
The survey was developed to assist the Parks and Community Services staff with the planning and development of future community parks and amenities, and to provide information for the dog park study the City Council identified as a key initiative this year. The survey includes questions about frequency of use and potential amenities.
The survey is online at the City’s website www.dublin.ca.gov, or the public may obtain a hard copy at Dublin Civic Center Parks and Community Services Department, Shannon Community Center, Dublin Senior Center, and the Dublin Public Library. Signs will be posted at parks and facilities with codes for visitors to access the survey via their mobile device.
For more information contact Paul McCreary, Director, City of Dublin Parks and Community Services Department at (925) 833-6645.