Survey Three: Improvement Prioritization
Welcome to Survey Three of the Gene C. Reid Park Master Planning process!
The planning team has created The Reid Park Master Plan over the last 8 months through a series of meetings and surveys with the Tucson community. The result is a plan that balances this diverse community's many needs with targeted, cost-effective park improvements.
The Reid Park Master Plan is an aspirational roadmap for Gene C. Reid Park's long-term evolution. The plan will be used to help guide future investments in the park with the conﬁdence that they ﬁt into a larger strategic vision. Having a park Master Plan is important to ensure that available resources are allocated eﬃciently and to the items of the highest priority. As future/ongoing reinvestments in the park are made, different funding sources will be used as appropriate to the project. State, federal, and local grants; private and non-proﬁt partnerships; and bonds are all likely sources of funding for capital improvements.
This survey asks you to define the high priority improvements that would have the greatest impact for you today. With this understanding, the planning team will develop a phasing strategy for Reid Park that targets the most urgent needs first. Phase 1 of park improvements will be consistent with those approved by Tucson voters in 2018 through Prop 407, including: A splash pad, Si Schorr path refurbishment and ramada renovations.
The survey which follows has 4 questions. Each asks you to spend points on a set of improvements. Spend more points on improvements which you believe are a higher priority. Spend fewer points on improvements you believe are a lower priority.
This topic has 1698 visitors and 1137 responses: 546 registered responses and 591 unregistered responses.
That's 56.9 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response.