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What do you want for Dimple Dell Regional Park?
Instead of asphalt paving, what alternative maintenance and improvement projects would you recommend for the Dimple Dell Regional Park? This short survey is in harmony with the Dimple Dell Open Space management philosophy described in the Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation Master Plan as follows:
"Open space is generally the most pristine of all recreational property in the County’s inventory. These properties are usually large tracts of land consisting of hundreds of acres, and are predominantly composed of aesthetically pleasing natural landscapes unaltered by development and frequently encompass undisturbed, self-sustaining ecosystems. Open spaces typically support passive, low-impact activities and are free of unnatural land disturbance."
(This survey is created by the Dimple Dell Preservation Community)
The ZAP Bond provides over $4 million for maintenance on the Dimple Dell North Rim Trail. What are your priorities for ADDING to the park? (Check your top 3 priorities)
Update and increase educational and trail etiquette signage.
Restore park headquarters to be used as a Nature Center.
Add adaptive playground equipment at Granite Park.
Improve and replace picnic tables.
Rehabilitate the Wrangler Trailhead parking lot.
Improve Wrangler Trailhead to add tie offs and a round-pen for horse warm up.
Open and complete existing tunnel under TRAX at approximately 300 East.
Hire a full time naturalist to serve as caretaker of park area.
Add more "doggy" bag dispensers.
Renovate the Amphitheater.
Remove the Amphitheater and restore to its natural condition.
Develop Lone Peak Trailhead and parking lot.
The ZAP Bond provides $4 million for maintenance on the Dimple Dell North Rim Trail. What are your priorities for MAINTAINING the park? (Check your top 3 priorities for maintenance on existing trails.)
Removal and control of Invasive Weeds (e.g. Russian Olives)
Erosion Control on trails
Maintain and replenish wood chips on existing trails
Increase water flow into Dry Creek
More effective Fire Control
Maintain picnic areas
Maintain log fencing
Reseeding natural plants
What activities do you primarily use the Dimple Dell Regional Park for? (Check all that apply)
Walking my dog
Cross Country Skiing
Bird / Wildlife Watching
Therapy of any sort
Riding my horse
Other (Please clarify below.)
Do you want the North Rim Trail to be paved?
On trails west of 700 (7th East), I would like to see... (Check your top 3)
Graffiti clean up
Safety and security patrol
Add wood chips
Removal of paved surfaces and conversion to wood chip trails
Open tunnel under TRAX at 300 East for connectivity to Jordan Trail System
Eviction of homeless encampment
Do you live in SL County?
Please list any additional requests, feedback, or ways in which you use the park.
In the interest of ethics, please list your first and last name.
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