Kensington Park Survey
The Kensington community league is conducting a survey to determine the needs and priorities for redeveloping the neighbourhood park. We would like to know what the community values, and what the majority feel would be an asset to our park. This information will help us work with the City of Edmonton to create a play space for all to enjoy. Please keep in mind the splash park will remain and only the park itself will be redesigned.

We encourage you to answer this survey with your entire household, especially children.
Please only fill out one survey per household.

Completing this survey will provide valuable information to move forward. We estimate that the survey will take you 2 minutes to complete. The information provided will be kept confidential and will only be used for the redevelopment plan.

Thank you for completing this survey. You can fill this survey out online or print and drop off this survey to the Calder Edmonton Public library (12710 131 Ave).
The survey is to be completed by Oct 13th, 2019.

If you have any questions you may contact Donna Harasem, Neighborhood Resource Coordinator at Donna.harasem@edmonton.ca or 780-944-5432.
What is your postal code *
Your answer
How many people currently live in your household? *
How many individuals in the following age ranges live in your household.
1
2
3
4
5+
0-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65+
How often do you and/or member of your household visit Kensington park? *
never
less than once a month
once a month
2-3 times a month
once a week
more than once a week
Spring (March-May)
Summer (June-Aug)
Fall (September - November)
Winter (December-February)
What do you use the park for? *
Your answer
What do you like about the park? *
Your answer
What do you dislike about the park? *
Your answer
Considering that Kensington park is being redeveloped please rank on a scale of 1-5 the importance of the following elements. *
1 being least important and 5 being extremely important
least important
2
somewhat important
4
extremely important
Playspace
Shadepace
Open space
Trails (walking, cycling, etc)
Sports field
A place for socialization
Space for parties/celebrations
Seating
Constructed of natural materials
Accesibility
Lighting
Neighborhood parks are for all ages and to be used all seasons. What activities or elements are important to your household? *
1 being least important and 5 being extremely important
least important
2
somewhat important
4
extremely important
Shelter
Bikeracks
Bike bumps
Adult fitness
Pathways
Active play
Musical elements
Art features
Ramps
From the above choices, what is the most important element (name one) and why? *
Your answer
From the above choices, what is the least important element (name one) and why? *
Your answer
What is your families preference of park surfacing? *
We want to make the park space as usable and accessible to everyone as possible. Are there any adjustments, alterations or features (e.g. wider pathways, braille markers, designated quiet spaces, etc) that you would suggest to improve usability?
Your answer
Are there any other features you would like us to consider for the park?
Your answer
Is there anything else you would like to share with us about the current park?
Your answer
We could use your help! *
Creating a shared resource like a park is a community endeavor. We could use your help in many ways, for example: fundraising, personal donation, sitting on our committee, volunteering at an event, grant writing, etc. Please let us know if your interested in helping in anyway.
If you answered Yes to the above question please leave your contact information (name, email, and phone number) below and someone will contact you with some volunteer opportunities.
Your answer
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