Parks and open spaces survey 2022

Closed 1 Apr 2022

Opened 5 Mar 2022


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Welcome to Hamilton City Council’s Parks and Open Spaces Survey of 2022! 

In this survey, “Parks and Open Spaces” covers a range of areas and uses, including sports parks, destination parks, playrounds and reserves as well as river corridors, gully systems, peat lakes, wetlands and remnant indigenous vegetation along with gardens, walkways, and civic spaces. Generally, it can be split into green space (parks, playing fields, gullies), blue space (river corridors, wetlands) and grey space (walkways, streets, civic spaces). Our parks are special pockets of the city that allows us to explore our city, to get active and get out and explore nature. 

When responding to our survey, please consider your experiences in all the parks managed and maintained by Council on behalf of the people of Hamilton.

It will only take 10-15 minutes to complete the survey. Your feedback will be used to:

  • Help us understand how the community views and uses of these parks.
  • Find out what the community likes/dislikes about the parks and where we can improve.
  • Identify how we can plan for, develop and look after our parks.

The survey flows through different pages depending on your responses.