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Think forward: Williamsburg wants your opinion on Parks and Recreation

Waller Mill Park is one of the places the city is hoping residents will provide feedback on. (File photo)
Waller Mill Park is one of the places the city is hoping residents will provide feedback on. (File photo)

Thinking toward the future is part of any locality’s master plan, and the City of Williamsburg wants your opinion on what the future of the City’s Parks and Recreation Department will look like.

The city will mail 3,500 random households within city limits to solicit feedback from residents on the future of Williamsburg’s parks and recreation, according to a city news release.

In addition to the mailed surveys, residents of James City and York counties will have the opportunity to provide their perspectives via an online Williamsburg Parks and Recreation survey.

The online survey will open to public comment on March 5. Results from the online survey will be kept separate from the “statistically valid responses” of the mailed surveys.

“[T]hese responses will nonetheless provide valuable feedback for the City of Williamsburg and will be included in the final report,” the release states.

The survey will help the city determine the needs and priorities, as well as current satisfaction levels of the city’s Parks and Recreation Department.

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