Dover Park Project
The City of Dover is in the process of designing a building, spray pad, and accessible playground to be located at Dover Park. We want to hear from you to make sure our design fits the needs of the local community.
Before we get started, tell us a little about yourself.
What is your zip code? *
How old are you? *
How many people live in your household? *
What is the age range of people who live in your household? (Select all that apply) *
Required
Do you or anyone in your household live with a disability?
Clear selection
Do you or members of your household currently use Dover Park?
Clear selection
What's your email? We'd like to keep you informed about project updates and public workshops. (Optional)
Thanks! The next section will go into detail about the building, spray pad, and accessible playground.
Project Location
The improvements will be located where the original building once stood and adjacent to the existing playground. The building will serve as support for the proposed spray pad and accessible playground.
Let's first look at the proposed building.
Building Goals
• Provide an open space meetings/activities room, restrooms, an office, storage room, mechanical room, and service pump room for the spray pad
• Estimated size is 3,500 square feet
• One story with 10' ceiling
• Comply with all federal, state and local requirements
Now let's dive into the spray pad!
Spray Pad Goals
• Provide a spray pad facility adjacent to the proposed building
• Accommodate 20-30 youth
• Estimated 8-10 water features with activation button to turn on water

What theme would you like for the spray pad? *
Potential Water Features
Photos are representative of different types of water features. Final design to be determined based on public feedback.
What water features do you desire the most for the spray pad? *
1 = MOST desire 5 = LEAST desire
1
2
3
4
5
Small Soakers
Arches
Soakers and sprayers
Ground sprayers
Cannons
Last but not least, the Accessible Playground!
Accessible Playground Goals
• Playground that is designed to be accessible to every child regardless of physical, mental and sensory abilities
• Offer unique play features such as rehabilitation equipment; nature-based landscape experiences for both children and adults
Potential Playground Components
Photos are representative of different types of playground components. Final design to be determined based on public feedback.
What playground components do you desire the most for the accessible playground? *
1 = MOST desire 5 = LEAST desire
1
2
3
4
5
Slides
Climbers
Motion and Spinning
Swings
Sensory Areas
Please describe any COMPONENTS you would like to see for the accessible playground that were not included in the list above. (Optional)
What supporting AMENITIES for the spray pad and accessible playground are most important for you? *
1 = MOST important 5 = LEAST important
1
2
3
4
5
Perimeter fence
Seating
Access to restroom
Shaded Areas
Drinking water
Please describe any AMENITIES you would like to see for the spray pad or accessible playground that were not included in the list above. (Optional)
Please share any additional ideas to make this project unique for the community. (Optional)
Thank you for participating in our online survey for the Dover Park Project! You’re invited to join City Staff and the design team on Thursday, October 1 anytime between 5:00pm - 6:30pm to learn more about the project and provide your feedback. Stick around for a free screening of the Incredibles 2 starting at 6:45! Check out the other surveys and public event listed below.
Submit
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy