The Town of Plymouth invites all residents to participate in a confidential survey about the future of open space, parks, and recreational opportunities in Plymouth.

The Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EOEEA) Division of Conservation Services oversees open space planning in communities across the State.  Every seven years, communities must submit a new open space and recreation plan to the state to remain eligible for state funding.

It’s time for Plymouth to update its 2017 Open Space and Recreation Plan and, through this survey, every resident can have a voice in the process:  What is your vision for open space and recreation in Plymouth?  What’s working well and where can the Town improve?  This survey is your opportunity to share what matters most to you and your family when it comes to open space, parks and recreational areas in Town.

 All responses are confidential and anonymous and will only be used to inform the overall plan.  The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and results will be shared later this summer.  

Access the survey here.

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts and ideas!

Deb Iaquinto and Anne Slussler-Huff

Iaquinto is a member of the Open Space Committee. Slussler-Huff is the town’s recreation director.

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