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Introduction

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4.1 - Vision Statement

4.2 - Guiding Principles

4.3 - Goals and Objectives

4.4 - Conclusion

Chapter IV

Vision

Appendices

Chapter V

Implementation Plan

1. Park Observational Findings

2. Greenway Network Observational Findings

3. Survey Data

4. Experience-Based System LOS Maps

5. Meeting Notes

Data Analysis Process

To gain an accurate understanding of

the City of Raleigh’s parks and greenway

network as well as residents’ needs,

the consultant team utilized a mixed

methods, triangulated approach to data

analysis. The following diagram (

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Observational Techniques:

a. Individual Park and

Greenway Evaluations

b. Population and

Demographic Overview

c. Recreation Programs and

Services Assessment

Quantitative Techniques:

a. Citizen Opinion and Interest Survey

b. Peer Comparison

c. Level of Service Analysis

d. High Level Lifestyle Analysis

Qualitative Techniques:

a. Intercept Interview

b. Focus Groups

c. Planning Committee

d. Community Workshops

e. Websites

f. Online Survey

Priority

Needs

1. Guiding Principles Overview

2. Guiding Principles

1. Goals and Objectives

Overview

2. Parks

3. Natural Environments

4. Greenways

5. Athletics

6. Programs and Services

7. Arts

8. Historical Resources

9. Growth Centers

4.0 - Vision Approach

1. Introduction

2. Vision Approach

5.2 Funding and Phasing Strategies

5.3 Prority Next Steps

5.1 Strategic Plan

1. Strategic Plan

3. Partnerships

2. Administrative Responsiblities

5.4 Summary of Implementation Plan

1. Historic Funding

3. Phasing Strategies

2. Projected Funding

1. Level-of-Service Criteria

4. Capital Area Greenway

2. Experience-Based System

Design Guidelines

3. Lifestyle-Based System

5. Raleigh Arts Plan

6. Conclusion

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Data Analysis