TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) Residents in the city of Twin Falls may have found surveys in their mailboxes. That’s because the Department of Parks and Recreation wants to hear from citizens.
The survey is gauging interest in the development of a community center.
Over 3,000 random surveys were sent and they are to give the Parks and Rec Department an idea of what the community wants.
There are already attractions throughout the city and county so the results of this survey will provide information in determining potential amenities, community programming, and funding options for the city's long-term planning efforts.
"People are interested in some wort of a field house, we're seeing some interest in indoor aquatics facilities, gymnasium space, court space, basketball, pickle ball, volleyball those kinds of indoor spaces,” said Director of Parks and Recreation Wendy Davis. “Indoor playgrounds, so there's been some interest already in those kinds of things."
The city will open an online survey to those who were not part of the random selection and want to voice their opinions on July 24.
Davis says this project is still in the very early stages and feedback is critical.