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What do you think about Sammamish's proposed plan and strategies for acquiring new lands?

150 registered responses


Are you a resident of Sammamish?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 98.7% 148
No 1.3% 2

If you are not a resident of Sammamish, where do you live? Please specify city, state and zip code:

Answered
4
Skipped
146

Do you think the City should acquire more land for parks, recreation, open space, and other public uses?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 95.3% 143
No 4.7% 7

If you answered "Yes" to the previous question, what uses should be a focus for land acquisition? Check all that apply:

Response Percent Response Count
Active use/Recreation (play fields, playgrounds, sports courts, etc.) 40.3% 58
Passive use (walking trails, wildlife viewing, etc.) 84.7% 122
Preservation (natural open space areas) 86.1% 124
Other 9.7% 14

If you support land acquisition for ACTIVE USE, please prioritize one or more of the following uses you would like to see increase:

Average priorities over 150 responses
  1. Waterfront Recreation

    Waterfront Recreation
  2. Playgrounds

    Playgrounds
  3. Athletic Fields

    Athletic Fields
  4. Indoor Recreation

    Indoor Recreation
  5. Sports Courts

    Sports Courts

Is there anything you think is missing from this list of ACTIVE USES?

Answered
23
Skipped
127

If you support land acquisition for PASSIVE USE, please prioritize one or more of the following uses you would like to see increase:

Average priorities over 150 responses
  1. Trails

    Trails
  2. Wildlife Viewing

    Wildlife Viewing
  3. Community Gardens

    Community Gardens
  4. Cultural/Historic Sites

    Cultural/Historic Sites
  5. Picnic areas (shelters, tables)

    Picnic areas (shelters, tables)

Is there anything you think is missing from this list of PASSIVE USES?

Answered
25
Skipped
125

If you support land acquisition for PRESERVATION, please prioritize one or more of the following uses you would like to see increase:

Average priorities over 150 responses
  1. Preserving Tree Canopy

    Preserving Tree Canopy
  2. Linking Streams and Fish/Wildlife Corridors

    Linking Streams and Fish/Wildlife Corridors
  3. Wetlands and Sensitive areas with Ecological benefit

    Wetlands and Sensitive areas with Ecological benefit
  4. Lands in Proximity to Existing Open Spaces

    Lands in Proximity to Existing Open Spaces

Is there anything you think is missing from this list regarding PRESERVATION?

Answered
21
Skipped
129

Is there a specific area of the City in more need of open space and public land acquisition? If yes, which quadrant would you like to see the City focus on? (see map below)

Response Percent Response Count
NE Quadrant (north of SE 8th Street and east of 228th Avenue SE) 18.5% 20
NW Quadrant (north of SE 8th Street and west of 228th Avenue SE) 28.7% 31
SE Quadrant (south of SE 8th Street and east of 228th Avenue SE) 25.9% 28
SW Quadrant (south of SE 8th Street and west of 228th Avenue SE) 26.9% 29

If you don't think there is an area of the city in need of more open space, etc., please describe any concerns:

Answered
27
Skipped
123

Please list any other needs, uses, or issues the City should consider when setting criteria to acquire land:

Answered
59
Skipped
91

Do you know of a particular property location that might be available or could become available through a willing seller for public use?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 8.5% 11
No 91.5% 119
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March 25, 2017, 9:45 AM
  • Are you a resident of Sammamish?
    • Yes
  • If you are not a resident of Sammamish, where do you live? Please specify city, state and zip code:
    No response.
  • Do you think the City should acquire more land for parks, recreation, open space, and other public uses?
    • Yes
  • If you answered "Yes" to the previous question, what uses should be a focus for land acquisition? Check all that apply:
    • Passive use (walking trails, wildlife viewing, etc.)
    • Preservation (natural open space areas)
  • If you support land acquisition for ACTIVE USE, please prioritize one or more of the following uses you would like to see increase:
    No response.
  • Is there anything you think is missing from this list of ACTIVE USES?
    No response.
  • If you support land acquisition for PASSIVE USE, please prioritize one or more of the following uses you would like to see increase:
    1. Trails

      Trails
    2. Wildlife Viewing

      Wildlife Viewing
    3. Cultural/Historic Sites

      Cultural/Historic Sites
  • Is there anything you think is missing from this list of PASSIVE USES?
    No response.
  • If you support land acquisition for PRESERVATION, please prioritize one or more of the following uses you would like to see increase:
    1. Preserving Tree Canopy

      Preserving Tree Canopy
    2. Wetlands and Sensitive areas with Ecological benefit

      Wetlands and Sensitive areas with Ecological benefit
    3. Linking Streams and Fish/Wildlife Corridors

      Linking Streams and Fish/Wildlife Corridors
    4. Lands in Proximity to Existing Open Spaces

      Lands in Proximity to Existing Open Spaces
  • Is there anything you think is missing from this list regarding PRESERVATION?
    No response.
  • Is there a specific area of the City in more need of open space and public land acquisition? If yes, which quadrant would you like to see the City focus on? (see map below)
    • SE Quadrant (south of SE 8th Street and east of 228th Avenue SE)
  • If you don't think there is an area of the city in need of more open space, etc., please describe any concerns:
    No response.
  • Please list any other needs, uses, or issues the City should consider when setting criteria to acquire land:
    No response.
  • Do you know of a particular property location that might be available or could become available through a willing seller for public use?
    • No
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Waterfront Recreation

Athletic Fields

Sports Courts

Playgrounds

Indoor Recreation


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Community Gardens

Picnic areas (shelters, tables)

Trails

Wildlife Viewing

Cultural/Historic Sites


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Lands in Proximity to Existing Open Spaces

Preserving Tree Canopy

Wetlands and Sensitive areas with Ecological benefit

Linking Streams and Fish/Wildlife Corridors


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