sURVEY rESULTSriverside REGIONAL park: ADVENTURE IN THE MAKING
THIS IS YOUR PARK!
Thank you for sharing your ideas about what you want to see and do in the park. From the end of July to December 1, 2020 we collected 304 surveys total (212 online, 92 paper). Below you’ll see highlights from the survey that were the main pieces of information informing the new design concept for the park. For the full survey results click below.
The graph below shows which programs were selected as the most important. The top three programs are:
- Adult Fitness
- Outdoor Youth Camp
- After School Program
The graph below shows which activities were selected as the most important. The top three activities are
- Walking/ Jogging/ Running/ Hiking, Outdoor
- Gatherings with family and friends
- Boating/ Canoeing/ Kayaking/ Watersport
The graph below shows which facilities/amenities were selected as the most important. The top three are:
- Natural Areas
- Multipurpose trails
Who provided feedback?
- The number of male and female respondents was nearly equal.
- Approx. 1⁄3 of households had annual incomes less than $50K; 1⁄3 were between $50K-$100K; and 1⁄3 were over $100K
- Approx. 1⁄4 of respondents lived within 5 blocks of the park; 1⁄3 live between 1-5miles away; 1⁄3 live over 5 miles from the park.
- Approx. 60% of participants were White; 35% were Black Majority of participants were not of Hispanic or Latino origin
- The zip codes most represented are 46208, 46202, and 46222
- The neighborhoods most highly represented are Riverside and Haughville, which are in close proximity to the park, but representation in the survey is region-wide including Noblesville, Plainfield, Beech Grove