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Recreation and Leisure Assessment Survey

The Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department and the Round Rock Public Library would like your input as the City considers the future development of its recreation and leisure programming. Your comments are needed as we develop our long-range plan. Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey.


Fields with a Required are required.

1.RequiredAre you a resident of Round Rock?
 
Yes
No
2.RequiredWhere do you live?
 
Northeast (north of Brushy Creek and East of I-35)
Southeast (south of Brushy Creek and East of I-35)
Northwest (north of Brushy Creek and West of I-35)
Southwest (south of Brushy Creek and West of I-35)
Municipal Utility District
3.If you live in a Municipal Utility District, please specify?
 
4.RequiredOverall, how would you rate the recreation and leisure opportunities provided within the City of Round Rock?
 
Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
5.RequiredWhich category best describes your household?
 
Couple with children 18 and under
Single parent with children 18 and under
Adult without children
Non-family household
Over-50 Adult household
Other
6.If Other, please specify:
 
7.Please check all the activities which your children under 5 currently enjoy.
 
Preschool development
Motherís Day Out
Dance
Arts/Crafts
Gymnastics
Open Swimming
Swimming Lessons
Sports Development
Sports leagues
Day Camp
Reading
Storytime
Bike riding
Walking/hiking
Fishing
Camping
Archery
Enrichment Classes (music, cooking, language)
Technology
Indoor Games (cards, chess, etc)
Films/Movies
Adaptive activities
8.Please check all the activities which the youths (age 6 to 12) in your family currently enjoy.
 
After School Program
Dance
Arts/Crafts
Gymnastics
Open Swimming
Swimming Lessons
Sports Development
Sports leagues
Day Camp
Environmental (recycling, conservation)
Reading
Storytime
Skate boarding
Bike riding
Walking/hiking
Fishing
Camping
Archery
Money Management
Enrichment Classes
Technology
Indoor games (cards, chess, etc)
Tutoring
Film/Movies
Adaptive Activities
Electronic Gaming
Extreme/Adventure Sports
9.Please check all the activities which the teens (age 13 to 18) in your family currently enjoy.
 
After School Program
Dance
Arts/Crafts
Gymnastics
Open Swimming
Swimming Lessons
Sports Development
Sports leagues
Day Camp
Environmental (recycling. Conservation)
Reading
Book Club
Skate boarding
Bike riding
Walking/Hiking
Fishing
Camping
Archery
Self Interest
Money Management
Fitness
Travel
Enrichment Classes (music, cooking)
Technology
Indoor games (cards, chess, etc)
Films/Movies
Electronic Gaming
Tutoring
Extreme/Adventure Sports
Adaptive activities
Leadership Development
Job Skills
College Prep
Volunteerism
10.Please check all the activities which the adults (age 18 to 49) in your family currently enjoy.
 
Dance
Arts/Crafts
Open Swimming
Swimming Lessons
Sports Development
Sports leagues
Environmental (recycling, conservation)
Reading
Book Club
Skate boarding
Bike riding
Walking/Hiking
Fishing
Camping
Archery
Self Interest
Financial
Fitness
Enrichment Classes
Technology
Indoor games (cards, chess, etc)
Films/Movies
Gardening
Volunteerism
Adventure /Extreme Sports
Adaptive Activities
Travel
11.Please check all the activities which the adults over 50 in your family currently enjoy.
 
Dance
Arts/Crafts
Open Swimming
Swimming Lessons
Sports Development
Sports leagues
Environmental (recycling, Conservation)
Reading
Bike riding
Walking/Hiking
Fishing
Camping
Archery
Self Interest
Financial
Fitness
Enrichment Classes
Technology
Indoor games (cards, chess, etc)
Films/Movies
Adventure/Extreme Sports
Gardening
Volunteerism
Travel
12.Please add any activity not listed and the age group for it.
 
13.RequiredIn your decision to reside in Round Rock, how relevant was the availability of the activities you selected above?
 
Very relevant
Somewhat relevant
Not relevant
14.RequiredPlease list the recreational activities you and your family like most (list your favorite first):
 
15.What recreational actitvities are missing from our community?
 
16.RequiredWhen you participate in an activity, who is the most likely provider?
 
Church/Religious entity
City of Round Rock Parks and Recreation
Non-profit entity
City of Round Rock Library
Private vendor
Round Rock ISD
Other
17.If other, please list:
 
18.RequiredHow do you learn about recreation opportunities in the communtiy?
 
Relatives/Friends/Word of Mouth
Internet
Flyers
Newspaper
Social Media
Activity Guide
Television/Radio
E-mail announcements
Other
19.If other, please specify:
 


Optional Demographics

20.Which category best describes your occupation?
 
Full time
Part time
Self-employeed
Unemployed
Homemaker
Student
Retired
Other
21.If other, please specify:
 
22.What is your household income?
 
Less than $30,000
$30,001 to $49,999
$50,000 to $74,999
$75,000 to $99,999
Over $100,000
23.Pease provide your name and e-mail or telephone number if you would like to receive the results of this survey. Your information will not be shared with anyone else.
 


Thank you for your participation
 
 


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