Whether it’s a community garden like the Brooks Truitt Community Garden, or interactive play areas like at Artivio Guerrero Park, the City wants to hear about ideas on park improvements that could benefit a park in your community.

Click here to take the Sandbox Survey

The City encourages those who have ideas on park improvements to take The Sandbox Survey by January 31, 2017. Your Responses will help the City develop the 2016 Park Project Programming Guide. The Guide is a prioritized list of unfunded new park and recreation capital projects throughout the City. The process allows staff to identify and prioritize projects when funding becomes available.

Parks are essential to the health of individuals and communities, and your feedback is essential to enhancing community livability. Visit the Parks and Recreation page for more information.