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Posted on: December 14, 2020

Parks and Recreation Master Plan Needs Assessment Survey

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The City of Fremont is seeking community input to help update its Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The City has conducted extensive community outreach thus far, including interviewing community stakeholders, holding several virtual public input meetings, and sending out a statistically-valid survey to thousands of randomly selected residents. This survey is now available online

The survey is asking Fremont residents what is important to include in the Master Plan and what the future of Parks and Recreation should include in Fremont. The Master Plan will provide guidance on how to meet the demands for future recreational, programming, environmental, and maintenance needs, as well as to establish priorities for facility improvements, future park and trail development, and land acquisitions.  

The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes and will be available online until January 17, 2021. The results will be available on the Invent Fremont Parks website in the coming months. Join us and contribute to the future of parks and recreation in Fremont!  

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