Mariposa Community Recreation Center Survey
Mariposa County is pursuing a GRANT to fund the construction of a Community Recreation Center. The Center COULD include elements like an indoor pool; basketball / volleyball courts; rooms for yoga, dance, karate, and other fitness classes; a climbing wall; a child care facility; a café, etc.
It is important to us that we pursue a Community Recreation Center that reflects the needs and desires of the Mariposa County community. Your ideas and opinions matter!
Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts here.
What activities would you be most interested doing INSIDE a Community Recreation Center? Check all that apply:
Swimming (Laps, Competition, Exercise Classes)
Children's Activity Pool
Whirlpool / Sauna
Weights and Exercise Equipment
Exercise Classes (i.e. Jazzercise, Zumba, Crossfit)
Karate/Martial Arts/Taekwondo Classes
Drop-In Child Care Facility
Part-Time or Full-Time Child Care Facility
Game Room (i.e. Ping pong, Pool Table, Foosball, etc.)
Ice / Roller Skating
Cooking, Art, Community Education Classes
What recreational opportunities would you be most interested in doing OUTSIDE on the Community Recreation Center site? (The question includes things that already exist in the current County Park to see if the idea of having them close to a Community Recreation Center is desirable.)
Walking / Hiking / Fitness
Natural and Cultural History Interpretation
Pump Track (Mountain Biking in a Skate Park-Type Setting)
Please share your design ideas, such as landscaping, public art, natural and cultural history interpretive signage, etc.
There are many reasons that Community Recreation Centers can be beneficial for a community. Please check all listed below that apply to Mariposa County:
Support for an active and healthy community of all age and ability levels
Facility designed to support recreational activities (e.g. fitness classes, gymnastics, dance, and karate)
Facility designed to support sports team practices, games, tournaments, and meets
A safe space for ACTIVE out-of-school activities and games for youth
Educational program activity space
A draw for visitors to events in the Recreation Center who support the local economy as well
Increased property values
Recreational opportunities with available child care options
What other ideas or suggestions do you have for a new Community Recreation Center?
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