What do you think of Lakeway’s parks and recreation situation? That is the crux of an online-only survey available now until Feb. 25 seeking to take the pulse of resident sentiment on the spectrum of facilities, parks and trails within the city.
The survey is a continuation of a broad Lakeway communications effort launched last year and is overseen by the Lakeway Parks and Recreation Committee and the Public Engagement Advisory Committee.
“Last fall, the City of Lakeway launched its first survey in four years,” Lakeway public information officer Devin Monk said via email. “Green space and gathering points were clearly of great importance to our community. In addition, there were many comments about new programming, amenities, and extending hours at our facilities.”
Survey questions range from whether Lakeway’s current recreational facilities meet the standards of residents to which facilities residents use most. Also included in the survey are questions on what aspects of the city’s parks and recreation community might need improvements and what kind of facilities residents might like to see come to Lakeway.
Monk said members of both committees will be at various public events and locations to promote the survey and assist people who may need help taking it online.
One of the first events Lakeway city staff members will attend as part of the survey launch effort is the Brown Bag Luncheon Concert at noon Feb. 14 at the Lakeway Activity Center, 105 Cross Creek, Lakeway.
Lakeway residents wanting to take the survey may do so at www.surveymonkey.com/r/lakewayparks.