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Name not available inside City Limits January 14, 2019, 9:15 AM

Which activities do you partake or participate in at the Schultz Creek trails/area? (Rank activities you participate in from 1 to 5; 1 being the most common use you participate in, and 5 being the least common).
Biking, Walking/hiking/running, Wildlife watching


On average, how often do you use the Schultz Creek trails?
2 to 5 times per week


When do you typically use the trails in the Schultz Creek area?
Equally on weekdays and weekends


What time of day do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Mornings (8:00am-12:00pm), Afternoons (12:00pm-4:00pm), Evenings (4:00pm-8:00pm)


What time of year do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Spring, Summer, Fall


Should a Schultz Creek trailhead be open year-round to accommodate use?
Yes


How satisfied are you with current trailhead access and parking for the Schultz Creek trails?
Very satisfied


How often do you experience these while using the Schultz Creek area? (0 being never experienced, 1 being rarely experienced, 3 being regularly experienced)



Would you consider taking alternative transportation to the trailhead? (biking, walking, public transit, etc.)
Yes


Which potential future FUTS trails would you be most likely to use to access the Schultz Creek area by foot or bicycle?
Elks Lodge Trail


How do you typically arrive at the Schultz Creek area? (0 being a mode of transportation never used, 1 being the least frequent mode of transportation used, and 3 being the most frequently used)



Where have you typically accessed information on preferred parking locations for the Schultz Creek trail system? (select all that apply)
Word of mouth, Other websites (Trail Forks, All Trails, Mountain Bike Project, etc.), Personal experience


If you drive a personal vehicle, where do you usually park to access Schultz Creek trails? (0 being never, 1 being the location you least typically park, and 3 being the location you most frequently park)



Currently the unofficial parking lot, “the Y”, roughly accommodates over 60 vehicles. If “the Y” no longer permitted parking, how should the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd., Parcel # 30047004), be managed to accommodate trailhead parking?

Parking should accommodate between 40-60 vehicles


Prior to taking this survey, were you aware that the current parking lot area called, "the Y”, is privately owned?
No


Which amenities would you like to see developed at the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd.)? Score answers from 0 to 3, 0 being not needed/desired, 1 being least needed/desired, and 3 being most needed/desired)



If you had $10,000 to spend on the Schultz Creek Trailhead and surrounding area, how would you allocate it across the following categories? (1 dot = $1,000)
Maintaining existing trails (4), Benches, picnic areas, bathrooms, water, etc. (3), Improving trailhead (parking, bike racks, maps) (1), Improving signs: mileage, directions, interpretation/ education (2)


Do you have other comments you would like to share about the Schultz Creek area/ trails?
Clear connector trails from the Forces of Nature area would also reduce congestion at trailhead.


What is your gender?
Female


What is your age?
39


What is your home ZIP code?
86004


Would you like to receive future news about this Schultz Creek Project? Enter e-mail if interested:
carriebethwarman@gmail.com

Name not shown inside City Limits January 7, 2019, 4:11 PM

Are you currently keeping livestock animals on your property?
No


If you are not keeping livestock, but would like to, are there any specific barriers preventing you from keeping livestock on your property?
No


How satisfied are you with existing animal keeping regulations?
Somewhat satisfied


Do current distance requirements enable you to keep animals in your backyard?
No


Would you be willing to apply for a free permit in order to keep livestock on your property?
Yes


Would you be willing to apply for a free permit to keep an additional number of livestock animals beyond an initial limit (for example: 4 chickens)?
Yes


Do any of your neighbors keep animals that you are aware of?
Yes


If so, have you experienced any of the following nuisances (select all that apply)?
None


Have you ever filed a nuisance complaint? If so, did you call:
I have not filed a complaint

Name not available inside City Limits January 7, 2019, 12:28 PM

Which activities do you partake or participate in at the Schultz Creek trails/area? (Rank activities you participate in from 1 to 5; 1 being the most common use you participate in, and 5 being the least common).
Wildlife watching , Walking/hiking/running


On average, how often do you use the Schultz Creek trails?
Less than once per month


When do you typically use the trails in the Schultz Creek area?
Weekends (Saturday-Sunday)


What time of day do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Afternoons (12:00pm-4:00pm)


What time of year do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Spring, Summer, Fall


Should a Schultz Creek trailhead be open year-round to accommodate use?
Yes


Which potential future FUTS trails would you be most likely to use to access the Schultz Creek area by foot or bicycle?
Shultz Pass Trail


If you drive a personal vehicle, where do you usually park to access Schultz Creek trails? (0 being never, 1 being the location you least typically park, and 3 being the location you most frequently park)



Currently the unofficial parking lot, “the Y”, roughly accommodates over 60 vehicles. If “the Y” no longer permitted parking, how should the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd., Parcel # 30047004), be managed to accommodate trailhead parking?

Parking should accommodate between 40-60 vehicles


Prior to taking this survey, were you aware that the current parking lot area called, "the Y”, is privately owned?
Yes


Which amenities would you like to see developed at the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd.)? Score answers from 0 to 3, 0 being not needed/desired, 1 being least needed/desired, and 3 being most needed/desired)



If you had $10,000 to spend on the Schultz Creek Trailhead and surrounding area, how would you allocate it across the following categories? (1 dot = $1,000)
Benches, picnic areas, bathrooms, water, etc. (1), Improving trailhead (parking, bike racks, maps) (2), Improving signs: mileage, directions, interpretation/ education (2)

Name not shown inside City Limits January 7, 2019, 9:10 AM

Which activities do you partake or participate in at the Schultz Creek trails/area? (Rank activities you participate in from 1 to 5; 1 being the most common use you participate in, and 5 being the least common).
Biking, Walking/hiking/running, Wildlife watching , Cross country skiing


On average, how often do you use the Schultz Creek trails?
1 to 2 times per week


When do you typically use the trails in the Schultz Creek area?
Equally on weekdays and weekends


What time of day do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Mornings (8:00am-12:00pm), Afternoons (12:00pm-4:00pm)


What time of year do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Spring, Summer, Fall


Should a Schultz Creek trailhead be open year-round to accommodate use?
Yes


How satisfied are you with current trailhead access and parking for the Schultz Creek trails?
Very satisfied


How often do you experience these while using the Schultz Creek area? (0 being never experienced, 1 being rarely experienced, 3 being regularly experienced)



Would you consider taking alternative transportation to the trailhead? (biking, walking, public transit, etc.)
Yes


Which potential future FUTS trails would you be most likely to use to access the Schultz Creek area by foot or bicycle?
Fort Valley Trail to Schultz Pass Trail


How do you typically arrive at the Schultz Creek area? (0 being a mode of transportation never used, 1 being the least frequent mode of transportation used, and 3 being the most frequently used)



Where have you typically accessed information on preferred parking locations for the Schultz Creek trail system? (select all that apply)
Word of mouth


If you drive a personal vehicle, where do you usually park to access Schultz Creek trails? (0 being never, 1 being the location you least typically park, and 3 being the location you most frequently park)



Currently the unofficial parking lot, “the Y”, roughly accommodates over 60 vehicles. If “the Y” no longer permitted parking, how should the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd., Parcel # 30047004), be managed to accommodate trailhead parking?

Parking should accommodate between 60-100 vehicles


Prior to taking this survey, were you aware that the current parking lot area called, "the Y”, is privately owned?
Yes


Which amenities would you like to see developed at the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd.)? Score answers from 0 to 3, 0 being not needed/desired, 1 being least needed/desired, and 3 being most needed/desired)



If you had $10,000 to spend on the Schultz Creek Trailhead and surrounding area, how would you allocate it across the following categories? (1 dot = $1,000)
New trails/ complete missing links (3), Maintaining existing trails (3), Improving trailhead (parking, bike racks, maps) (4)


What is your gender?
Male


What is your age?
38


What is your home ZIP code?
86001

Name not available inside City Limits January 6, 2019, 9:09 PM

Which activities do you partake or participate in at the Schultz Creek trails/area? (Rank activities you participate in from 1 to 5; 1 being the most common use you participate in, and 5 being the least common).
Biking, Walking/hiking/running


On average, how often do you use the Schultz Creek trails?
Less than once per month


When do you typically use the trails in the Schultz Creek area?
Equally on weekdays and weekends


What time of day do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Mornings (8:00am-12:00pm), Afternoons (12:00pm-4:00pm)


What time of year do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Summer, Fall


Should a Schultz Creek trailhead be open year-round to accommodate use?
Yes


How satisfied are you with current trailhead access and parking for the Schultz Creek trails?
Very satisfied


How often do you experience these while using the Schultz Creek area? (0 being never experienced, 1 being rarely experienced, 3 being regularly experienced)



Would you consider taking alternative transportation to the trailhead? (biking, walking, public transit, etc.)
Yes


Which potential future FUTS trails would you be most likely to use to access the Schultz Creek area by foot or bicycle?
Reservoir Trail, Fort Valley Trail to Schultz Pass Trail, Karen Cooper Trail to Schultz Pass Trail


How do you typically arrive at the Schultz Creek area? (0 being a mode of transportation never used, 1 being the least frequent mode of transportation used, and 3 being the most frequently used)



Where have you typically accessed information on preferred parking locations for the Schultz Creek trail system? (select all that apply)
Personal experience


If you drive a personal vehicle, where do you usually park to access Schultz Creek trails? (0 being never, 1 being the location you least typically park, and 3 being the location you most frequently park)



Currently the unofficial parking lot, “the Y”, roughly accommodates over 60 vehicles. If “the Y” no longer permitted parking, how should the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd., Parcel # 30047004), be managed to accommodate trailhead parking?

Parking should accommodate between 60-100 vehicles


Prior to taking this survey, were you aware that the current parking lot area called, "the Y”, is privately owned?
No


Which amenities would you like to see developed at the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd.)? Score answers from 0 to 3, 0 being not needed/desired, 1 being least needed/desired, and 3 being most needed/desired)



If you had $10,000 to spend on the Schultz Creek Trailhead and surrounding area, how would you allocate it across the following categories? (1 dot = $1,000)
New trails/ complete missing links (2), Maintaining existing trails (2), Benches, picnic areas, bathrooms, water, etc. (6)


What is your gender?
Male


What is your age?
71


What is your home ZIP code?
86001-1132


Would you like to receive future news about this Schultz Creek Project? Enter e-mail if interested:
stevemarlacole@gmail.com

Name not available inside City Limits January 6, 2019, 7:50 PM

Which activities do you partake or participate in at the Schultz Creek trails/area? (Rank activities you participate in from 1 to 5; 1 being the most common use you participate in, and 5 being the least common).
Biking, Walking/hiking/running, Equestrian, Cross country skiing


On average, how often do you use the Schultz Creek trails?
2 to 5 times per week


When do you typically use the trails in the Schultz Creek area?
Equally on weekdays and weekends


What time of day do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Afternoons (12:00pm-4:00pm)


What time of year do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter


Should a Schultz Creek trailhead be open year-round to accommodate use?
Yes


How satisfied are you with current trailhead access and parking for the Schultz Creek trails?
Somewhat satisfied


How often do you experience these while using the Schultz Creek area? (0 being never experienced, 1 being rarely experienced, 3 being regularly experienced)



Would you consider taking alternative transportation to the trailhead? (biking, walking, public transit, etc.)
Yes


Which potential future FUTS trails would you be most likely to use to access the Schultz Creek area by foot or bicycle?
Karen Cooper Trail to Schultz Pass Trail, Shultz Pass Trail


How do you typically arrive at the Schultz Creek area? (0 being a mode of transportation never used, 1 being the least frequent mode of transportation used, and 3 being the most frequently used)



Where have you typically accessed information on preferred parking locations for the Schultz Creek trail system? (select all that apply)
Word of mouth


If you drive a personal vehicle, where do you usually park to access Schultz Creek trails? (0 being never, 1 being the location you least typically park, and 3 being the location you most frequently park)



Currently the unofficial parking lot, “the Y”, roughly accommodates over 60 vehicles. If “the Y” no longer permitted parking, how should the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd., Parcel # 30047004), be managed to accommodate trailhead parking?

Parking should accommodate over 100 vehicles


Prior to taking this survey, were you aware that the current parking lot area called, "the Y”, is privately owned?
Yes


Which amenities would you like to see developed at the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd.)? Score answers from 0 to 3, 0 being not needed/desired, 1 being least needed/desired, and 3 being most needed/desired)



If you had $10,000 to spend on the Schultz Creek Trailhead and surrounding area, how would you allocate it across the following categories? (1 dot = $1,000)
New trails/ complete missing links (4), Benches, picnic areas, bathrooms, water, etc. (4), Improving trailhead (parking, bike racks, maps) (2)


What is your gender?
Male


What is your age?
49


What is your home ZIP code?
86001


Would you like to receive future news about this Schultz Creek Project? Enter e-mail if interested:
j.brooks@floorcoveringsinternational.com

Name not shown inside City Limits January 6, 2019, 6:18 PM

Which activities do you partake or participate in at the Schultz Creek trails/area? (Rank activities you participate in from 1 to 5; 1 being the most common use you participate in, and 5 being the least common).
Biking, Walking/hiking/running, Wildlife watching , Cross country skiing, Equestrian


On average, how often do you use the Schultz Creek trails?
1 to 2 times per week


When do you typically use the trails in the Schultz Creek area?
Equally on weekdays and weekends


What time of day do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Mornings (8:00am-12:00pm), Afternoons (12:00pm-4:00pm)


What time of year do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Spring, Summer, Fall, Other - sometimes in winter, but less often


Should a Schultz Creek trailhead be open year-round to accommodate use?
Yes


How satisfied are you with current trailhead access and parking for the Schultz Creek trails?
Very satisfied


How often do you experience these while using the Schultz Creek area? (0 being never experienced, 1 being rarely experienced, 3 being regularly experienced)



Would you consider taking alternative transportation to the trailhead? (biking, walking, public transit, etc.)
Yes


Which potential future FUTS trails would you be most likely to use to access the Schultz Creek area by foot or bicycle?
Reservoir Trail, Elks Lodge Trail


How do you typically arrive at the Schultz Creek area? (0 being a mode of transportation never used, 1 being the least frequent mode of transportation used, and 3 being the most frequently used)



Where have you typically accessed information on preferred parking locations for the Schultz Creek trail system? (select all that apply)
Word of mouth


If you drive a personal vehicle, where do you usually park to access Schultz Creek trails? (0 being never, 1 being the location you least typically park, and 3 being the location you most frequently park)



Currently the unofficial parking lot, “the Y”, roughly accommodates over 60 vehicles. If “the Y” no longer permitted parking, how should the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd., Parcel # 30047004), be managed to accommodate trailhead parking?

Parking should accommodate between 60-100 vehicles


Prior to taking this survey, were you aware that the current parking lot area called, "the Y”, is privately owned?
No


Which amenities would you like to see developed at the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd.)? Score answers from 0 to 3, 0 being not needed/desired, 1 being least needed/desired, and 3 being most needed/desired)



If you had $10,000 to spend on the Schultz Creek Trailhead and surrounding area, how would you allocate it across the following categories? (1 dot = $1,000)
New trails/ complete missing links (4), Maintaining existing trails (4), Improving trailhead (parking, bike racks, maps) (1), Improving signs: mileage, directions, interpretation/ education (1)


Do you have other comments you would like to share about the Schultz Creek area/ trails?
paved parking would be unnecessary and out of place


What is your gender?
Male


What is your age?
37


What is your home ZIP code?
86001


Would you like to receive future news about this Schultz Creek Project? Enter e-mail if interested:
tyler.williams@gmail.com

Mark Haughwout inside City Limits January 6, 2019, 4:44 PM

Which activities do you partake or participate in at the Schultz Creek trails/area? (Rank activities you participate in from 1 to 5; 1 being the most common use you participate in, and 5 being the least common).
Biking, Walking/hiking/running, Cross country skiing


On average, how often do you use the Schultz Creek trails?
1 to 2 times per week


When do you typically use the trails in the Schultz Creek area?
Equally on weekdays and weekends


What time of day do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Mornings (8:00am-12:00pm), Afternoons (12:00pm-4:00pm), Evenings (4:00pm-8:00pm), Nighttime (8:00pm-8:00am), Other - occasionally at night for night mountain bike rides or a night ski.


What time of year do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter


Should a Schultz Creek trailhead be open year-round to accommodate use?
Yes


How satisfied are you with current trailhead access and parking for the Schultz Creek trails?
Somewhat satisfied


How often do you experience these while using the Schultz Creek area? (0 being never experienced, 1 being rarely experienced, 3 being regularly experienced)



Other comments:
The Y is the best parking since it is open year round. The official trailhead is closed at winter and the rest of the time cannot handle the parking needs.


Would you consider taking alternative transportation to the trailhead? (biking, walking, public transit, etc.)
No


Which potential future FUTS trails would you be most likely to use to access the Schultz Creek area by foot or bicycle?
Reservoir Trail, Elks Lodge Trail, Other - The Elks lodge trail (which is currently illegal) is the most important one.


If you drive a personal vehicle, where do you usually park to access Schultz Creek trails? (0 being never, 1 being the location you least typically park, and 3 being the location you most frequently park)



Currently the unofficial parking lot, “the Y”, roughly accommodates over 60 vehicles. If “the Y” no longer permitted parking, how should the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd., Parcel # 30047004), be managed to accommodate trailhead parking?

Other - 80-120 vehicles, but do not pave. Just grade the dirt. Allow enough space to accommodate a future Flagstaff MTN bike festival.


Other parking accommodation comments:
Please trade some of the NW corner of the open space for the Y. The owner of the Y would probably agree to do this.


Prior to taking this survey, were you aware that the current parking lot area called, "the Y”, is privately owned?
Yes


Which amenities would you like to see developed at the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd.)? Score answers from 0 to 3, 0 being not needed/desired, 1 being least needed/desired, and 3 being most needed/desired)



If you had $10,000 to spend on the Schultz Creek Trailhead and surrounding area, how would you allocate it across the following categories? (1 dot = $1,000)
New trails/ complete missing links (4), Maintaining existing trails (1), Improving trailhead (parking, bike racks, maps) (4), Improving signs: mileage, directions, interpretation/ education (1)


Do you have other comments you would like to share about the Schultz Creek area/ trails?
Obtain the Y!!! Trade Gary Christiansen some land for it. Just make it happen.


What is your gender?
Male


What is your age?
48


What is your home ZIP code?
86005


Would you like to receive future news about this Schultz Creek Project? Enter e-mail if interested:
markhaughwout@gmail.com

Name not shown inside City Limits January 5, 2019, 3:52 PM

Which activities do you partake or participate in at the Schultz Creek trails/area? (Rank activities you participate in from 1 to 5; 1 being the most common use you participate in, and 5 being the least common).
Walking/hiking/running, Biking, Cross country skiing


On average, how often do you use the Schultz Creek trails?
Less than once per month


When do you typically use the trails in the Schultz Creek area?
Weekdays (Monday-Friday)


What time of day do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Mornings (8:00am-12:00pm)


What time of year do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Spring, Summer, All times equally


Should a Schultz Creek trailhead be open year-round to accommodate use?
Yes


How satisfied are you with current trailhead access and parking for the Schultz Creek trails?
Somewhat satisfied


How often do you experience these while using the Schultz Creek area? (0 being never experienced, 1 being rarely experienced, 3 being regularly experienced)



Would you consider taking alternative transportation to the trailhead? (biking, walking, public transit, etc.)
Yes


Which potential future FUTS trails would you be most likely to use to access the Schultz Creek area by foot or bicycle?
Reservoir Trail, Elks Lodge Trail


How do you typically arrive at the Schultz Creek area? (0 being a mode of transportation never used, 1 being the least frequent mode of transportation used, and 3 being the most frequently used)



Where have you typically accessed information on preferred parking locations for the Schultz Creek trail system? (select all that apply)
Guidebook/paper maps, Personal experience


If you drive a personal vehicle, where do you usually park to access Schultz Creek trails? (0 being never, 1 being the location you least typically park, and 3 being the location you most frequently park)



Currently the unofficial parking lot, “the Y”, roughly accommodates over 60 vehicles. If “the Y” no longer permitted parking, how should the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd., Parcel # 30047004), be managed to accommodate trailhead parking?

Parking should accommodate between 60-100 vehicles


Prior to taking this survey, were you aware that the current parking lot area called, "the Y”, is privately owned?
Yes


Which amenities would you like to see developed at the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd.)? Score answers from 0 to 3, 0 being not needed/desired, 1 being least needed/desired, and 3 being most needed/desired)



If you had $10,000 to spend on the Schultz Creek Trailhead and surrounding area, how would you allocate it across the following categories? (1 dot = $1,000)
New trails/ complete missing links (3), Maintaining existing trails (2), Benches, picnic areas, bathrooms, water, etc. (1), Improving trailhead (parking, bike racks, maps) (2), Improving signs: mileage, directions, interpretation/ education (2)


What is your gender?
Male


What is your age?
67


What is your home ZIP code?
86004

Nick Kowall inside City Limits January 5, 2019, 12:58 PM

Which activities do you partake or participate in at the Schultz Creek trails/area? (Rank activities you participate in from 1 to 5; 1 being the most common use you participate in, and 5 being the least common).
Biking, Walking/hiking/running


On average, how often do you use the Schultz Creek trails?
1 to 2 times per week


When do you typically use the trails in the Schultz Creek area?
Weekdays (Monday-Friday)


What time of day do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
Mornings (8:00am-12:00pm)


What time of year do you usually use the Schultz Creek trails? (check all that apply)
All times equally


Should a Schultz Creek trailhead be open year-round to accommodate use?
Yes


How satisfied are you with current trailhead access and parking for the Schultz Creek trails?
Somewhat satisfied


How often do you experience these while using the Schultz Creek area? (0 being never experienced, 1 being rarely experienced, 3 being regularly experienced)



Would you consider taking alternative transportation to the trailhead? (biking, walking, public transit, etc.)
Yes


Which potential future FUTS trails would you be most likely to use to access the Schultz Creek area by foot or bicycle?
Reservoir Trail


How do you typically arrive at the Schultz Creek area? (0 being a mode of transportation never used, 1 being the least frequent mode of transportation used, and 3 being the most frequently used)



Where have you typically accessed information on preferred parking locations for the Schultz Creek trail system? (select all that apply)
Personal experience


If you drive a personal vehicle, where do you usually park to access Schultz Creek trails? (0 being never, 1 being the location you least typically park, and 3 being the location you most frequently park)



Currently the unofficial parking lot, “the Y”, roughly accommodates over 60 vehicles. If “the Y” no longer permitted parking, how should the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd., Parcel # 30047004), be managed to accommodate trailhead parking?

Parking should accommodate between 60-100 vehicles


Prior to taking this survey, were you aware that the current parking lot area called, "the Y”, is privately owned?
Yes


Which amenities would you like to see developed at the Schultz Creek Open Space parcel (3620 W Schultz Pass Rd.)? Score answers from 0 to 3, 0 being not needed/desired, 1 being least needed/desired, and 3 being most needed/desired)



Other amenities:
I would like to see a bike repair station that would provide a bike pump, allen key wrenches, and other tools to maintain bicycles.


If you had $10,000 to spend on the Schultz Creek Trailhead and surrounding area, how would you allocate it across the following categories? (1 dot = $1,000)
New trails/ complete missing links (3), Maintaining existing trails (3), Benches, picnic areas, bathrooms, water, etc. (2), Improving trailhead (parking, bike racks, maps) (2)


What is your gender?
Male


What is your age?
27


What is your home ZIP code?
86001


Would you like to receive future news about this Schultz Creek Project? Enter e-mail if interested:
kowall.nick@gmail.com