Participate in State Recreation Survey
The state is conducting a brief survey about recreation, which could have an impact on funding and recreation opportunities. We ask that you participate.
When taking the survey please note: Sledding is NOT snowmobiling, it is kiddie sledding down a hill. OHV’s are NOT snowmobiles.
Read the questions carefully, some might be a little bit confusing, especially number 4. 100% means that all your needs are met and you don’t feel any more recreation opportunities are needed. 0% means that none of your needs are met. If you don’t care about a particular recreation, leave it blank.
“Under the Land & Water Conservation Fund Act (LWCF), states work closely with the National Park Service to analyze recreation needs, set priorities for funding, and supervise and coordinate the selection of projects. In order to remain eligible for funding from the Land & Water Conservation Fund grant program, the National Parks Service requires every state to complete a Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) every five years – the SCORP is the state’s Open Space and Recreation Plan, and provides regional data for the entire state. To help inform the SCORP process and guide future use of LWCF funds, the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs is conducting a survey to gather data about Commonwealth residents’ preferences for recreational activities. To participate in the survey, please click the link:” https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BL79V26