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Needs and Priorities Assessment

Chapter 3

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Needs and Priorities

Assessment

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needs and priorities assessment

Chapter II

Existing System Overview

Chapter III

Needs and Priorities

Assessment

Chapter IV

Vision

Chapter V

Implementation

Plan

3.8 - Summary Needs and Priorities

1. Methodology

2. Acreage LOS

3. Facilities LOS

Chapter III

Needs and Priorities Assessment

3.1 - Public Participation

3.4 - Peer Comparison

3.2- Online Public Opinion Survey

3.3 - Citizen Opinion and Interest Survey

3.5- High Level Lifestyle Analysis

3.6 - Recreation Programs and Services Assessment

3.7 - Existing Level of Service Analysis

1. Community Engagement

2. Focus Groups

3. Stakeholder Interviews

1. ethodology

Existing Acreage LOS

Exist ng Facilities LOS

4. Websites

5. Summary

1. Methodology

2. Agency-to-Agency

3. Citizen-to-Citizen

4. Summary of Findings

1. Methodology

2. Survey Responses

1. Methodology

2. Survey Responses

3. Individual Questions

4. Summary of Findings

3. Importance and Unmet Needs

4. Summary of Findings

1. Methodology

2. Analysis

3. Summary of Findings

1. Survey Results for Programs

2. Current Program Assessment

3. Future Programs

4. Recommendations

4. Existing Access LOS

5. Summary of Findings

3.8 - Su ary of Needs and Priorities

Building on the information gathered as part of the

Existing System Overview, the System Plan’s team utilized

innovative techniques to conduct a comprehensive city-

wide needs and priorities assessment. Techniques used

are a combination of qualitative and quantitative industry

best practices that provide a system of cross checks

to determine the top needs and priorities for parks,

recreation and cultural resources in the City of Raleigh.

The following details summarize the findings from each

technique.

Annie Lousie Wilkerson, MD Nature Preserve Park