East Zorra Tavistock Parks and Recreation Survey, News (Tavistock Minor Hockey)

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East Zorra Tavistock Parks and Recreation Survey
Submitted By Larry Kropf on Sunday, July 18, 2021
The Following is an email message I received from EZT Parks and Rec, looking for Youth feedback:

The Township of East Zorra – Tavistock is preparing a Parks and Recreation Master Plan (PRMP)!

 

As the youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow, their input is a valuable part of the master plan update and we’d like to hear directly from them. We are reaching out to you as we are aware of the connection that your association, group, or school has with local youth and are hoping you’d be willing to share this survey with your members so that we can become more informed of youths experiences with the Township's Parks and Recreation system!

 

The Township of East Zorra – Tavistock (EZT) has embarked on the exciting endeavour to create a strategic Parks & Recreation Master Plan for the Township. A Parks and Recreation Master Plan is a strategic document that studies the existing parks, trails, programs, and facilities and identifies a planning blueprint to improve, protect and expand the Township's services for the future

 

We have created a Youth Specific survey that can be accessed via the below link. The following survey asks a number of simple questions associated with Parks and Recreation within the Township of EZT, such as favourite outdoor activity and improvement recommendations. The survey will take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete and your responses will be used to guide recommendations and next steps of the project.

 


SURVEY - https://forms.office.com/r/Vfv30HhLuW

 

 

The responses to the Youth Survey will be used to inform the review of EZT's existing Parks and Recreation System and will guide recommendations and next steps as we move forward with the study.

 

If you have any further comments, questions, or concerns, please visit the project website (https://sway.office.com/D9d2Ra5FnGLt7FWV?ref=Link) or reach out to one of the following team members:

 

Karen DePrest, CPA, CGA

Chief Administrative Officer/Treasurer

Township of East Zorra-Tavistock

Phone 519.462.2697 x7824

Email [email protected]

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