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King County Parks visitors encouraged to participate in online survey aimed at improving amenities, services

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King County Parks is launching an online survey beginning Nov. 9 to gather feedback from visitors on their experiences in the County’s award-winning parks and trails systems.

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As part of its commitment to improving visitor2015_concerts_rsze experience, King County Parks is looking for visitor opinions – what’s great about King County’s parks, trails, and natural areas, and what could be improved to make them even better.

On Nov. 9, King County Parks will launch an online survey to gather input from Parks visitors.

“We want to hear directly from the people who visit our parks and trails so that we can better understand how we’re doing, and what we can do to improve our visitors’ experiences,” said Katy Terry, King County Parks acting director. 

The survey is available at kingcounty.gov/kcparks-survey and will be open until Dec. 7. Upon completing the survey, respondents can leave their email addresses to be entered in a drawing to win two tickets to a concert at the 2019 Marymoor Park Concert series.

King County Parks serves as the steward of 200 parks, 175 miles of regional trails, and 28,000 acres of open space, including Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park, Marymoor Park, Snoqualmie Valley Trail, Sammamish River Trail, Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center, and more.

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