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What improvements would you like to see to the sports fields at Travers Park

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What sport(s) do you or members of your household currently play at Travers Park? (Select all that apply.)

Response Percent Response Count
Youth Baseball 37.8% 14
Girls Softball 18.9% 7
Adult Softball 8.1% 3
Youth Soccer 51.4% 19
Adult Soccer 13.5% 5
Adult Flag Football 2.7% 1
Youth Flag Football 2.7% 1
Tackle Football 5.4% 2
Lacrosse 16.2% 6
Other 32.4% 12

Which sports should be a priority at the Travers Park sports fields?

Average priorities over 41 responses
  1. Youth Baseball

    Youth Baseball (Little League)
  2. Girls Softball

    Girls Softball
  3. Youth Soccer

    Youth Soccer
  4. Adult Softball

    Adult Softball
  5. Lacrosse

    Lacrosse
  6. Youth Flag Football

    Youth Flag Football
  7. Youth Tackle Football

    Youth Tackle Football
  8. Adult Soccer

    Adult Soccer
  9. Other

    Other
  10. Adult Flag or Touch Football

    Adult Flag or Touch Football
  11. Rugby

    Rugby

To help with phasing and budget prioritization, please rank the following amenities based on importance.

Average priorities over 41 responses
  1. Multiuse Fields

    Multiuse Fields
  2. Restrooms

    Restrooms
  3. Field Lighting

    Field Lighting
  4. Shelters (Picnic/Gathering Spaces)

    Shelters (Picnic/Gathering Spaces)
  5. Synthetic Infield for Softball Fields

    Synthetic Infield for Softball Fields
  6. Bleachers

    Bleachers

What other activities do you enjoy at Travers Park? Please select all that apply.

Response Percent Response Count
Walking 69.2% 27
Biking 35.9% 14
Picknicking 28.2% 11
Tennis 25.6% 10
Skateboard/Scooter 20.5% 8
Playground 59.0% 23
Reading 17.9% 7
Disc Play 12.8% 5
Volleyball 2.6% 1
Other 12.8% 5

Are you a resident of the City of Sandpoint?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 58.5% 24
No 41.5% 17

What is your age?

Response Percent Response Count
20 - 29 2.6% 1
30 - 39 18.4% 7
40 - 49 34.2% 13
50 - 59 15.8% 6
60 - 69 10.5% 4
70 or older 18.4% 7

Do you use a wheelchair or other type of assistive device?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 5.3% 2
No 94.7% 36
Catherine Rosenberg inside the County of Bonner
January 10, 2023, 8:40 PM
  • What sport(s) do you or members of your household currently play at Travers Park? (Select all that apply.)
    • Other - Walking, running, biking
  • Which sports should be a priority at the Travers Park sports fields?
    1. Other

      Other
    2. Youth Soccer

      Youth Soccer
  • To help with phasing and budget prioritization, please rank the following amenities based on importance.
    1. Multiuse Fields

      Multiuse Fields
    2. Shelters (Picnic/Gathering Spaces)

      Shelters (Picnic/Gathering Spaces)
  • What other activities do you enjoy at Travers Park? Please select all that apply.
    • Reading
  • Are you a resident of the City of Sandpoint?
    • Yes
  • What is your age?
    • 70 or older
  • Do you use a wheelchair or other type of assistive device?
    • No
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Youth Tackle Football

Girls Softball

Adult Flag or Touch Football

Rugby

Lacrosse

Youth Flag Football

Youth Baseball

Other

Adult Softball

Adult Soccer

Youth Soccer


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Multiuse Fields

Synthetic Infield for Softball Fields

Field Lighting

Bleachers

Restrooms

Shelters (Picnic/Gathering Spaces)


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