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Jun 17, 2018 | Administration | 758 views
Survey -- Recreation Master Plan
GMHA has been asked to distribute this survey by the Town of Gananoque - Recreation Department to our association members .

Please take a few moments to do so.


What do you think are the current and future priorities for parks and recreation in TLTI and Gananoque? 

Complete this quick survey to tell us what you think - 

LINK: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/jointrecplan 

Completing this survey will help the two neighboring municipalities plan for the future of recreation! 

Plus! There will be a random draw and the winner will receive a free hour of ice at the Lou Jeffries Recreation Centre.

You will need to submit your contact information in the survey, or have signed into one of the live sessions on June 6 or 13, to be included in the draw. The hour of  ice time will be at the Town’s discretion and has no cash value.

With permission, the winner will be announced on the Town’s and Township’s Facebook pages after the survey closes. 

The Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands (TLTI) and the Town of Gananoque are embarking on the preparation of a joint Recreation Master Plan to guide the municipalities' direction for investment in recreational facilities, and recreation and leisure programming over the next ten (10) years. 

This survey will be closed on 30 June 2018. Your responses are considered CONFIDENTIAL – no individual respondents will be identified publicly through the results without permission. This survey should take about 10-15 minutes of your time.

Thank you! 

Terry Gilmer, CARPT, CIT
Parks & Recreation Manager
Corporation of the Town of Gananoque
PO Box 100, 30 King St E
Gananoque, ON K7G 2T6 
(p) 613.382.2149 ext 1411
(e) [email protected] [www.gananoque.ca]www.gananoque.cawww.travel1000islands.ca
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