The survey has also been randomly sent to 4,000 Georgetown residents. Responses from the survey will be used in the final analysis, which is expected to be shared with the public by the end of August, it said.
“The results of this survey will create a priority blueprint for where we can improve, how to grow responsibly, and promote what programs and recreational opportunities our community needs,” Parks and Recreation Director Kimberly Garrett said in the release.
The survey is open until July 25 and can be found here.
Previously the Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department held a virtual public forum May 24. During the forum, residents communicated their priorities.
The master-planning process is expected to be completed by January.