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The Mariners' Museum Park survey
Thank you for taking five minutes to provide input on your Mariners' Museum and Park! We appreciate your feedback.
How often do you use The Mariners' Museum Park?
Once every couple of months
How do you use the Park? You may select more than one answer.
Walking, including with strollers or pets.
Social reasons; to meet friends and neighbors.
Would you like for fishing to be available on the lake?
Which boating option would you prefer on the lake?
Jon boats with electric motors available for rent
Canoes and kayaks available for rent
Bring your own canoe or kayak to use on the lake for a fee
I'm not interested in boating
Would you be interested in volunteering or joining a committee to assist the Museum with park events?
What type of activities would you like the Museum to host in the Park? You may select more than one answer.
Educational programs, such as photography and craft workshops
Events, such as concerts and craft beer festivals
Boating, such as kayaking and canoeing.
How do you find out about events happening in the area?
Local newspapers, wesbites
Word of mouth
What types of amenities would be your highest priority addition to the park?
Picnic and shelter areas
All of the above
What age range best describes you?
17 - 23
24 - 30
31 - 45
46 - 64
What is your gender?
What is the highest degree of education you have completed? (If still enrolled, mark the most recent level completed.)
No schooling completed
Some high school
High school graduate
What is your total annual household income?
Less than $20,000
$20,000 - $39,999
$40,000 - $59,999
$60,000 - $79,999
$80,000 - $99,999
$100,000 to $149,999
$150,000 or more
Please specify your ethnicity.
Hispanic or Latino
Not Hispanic or Latino
Please specify your race.
American Indian or Alaska Native
Black or African American
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
Do you have any questions or concerns we didn't already address?
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