Where do you primarily hear about CRPD programs?

Seasonal Recreation Guide - 63.6%
Facebook - 0%
Word of Mouth, Friends, Family - 4.5%
Flyers from my child's school - 4.5%
CRPD Website - 9.1%
Banners around the city - 13.6%
E-Newsletter - 4.5%

Total votes: 22
The voting for this poll has ended on: 30 Apr 2014 - 11:59


Check 'em out if you are in the area (referencing CRPD’s parks)

Alexandra H.
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Children of all ages have the opportunity to touch, climb on and explore an expanse of exciting machines and unique vehicles. The event will also feature other activities such as bounce houses, games, face painting, music and food. The first hour of the event is horn-free to accommodate children with special needs and sensitive ears.
Admission is Free!
Mather Sports Center
Saturday, May 7 10AM-1:30PM 



In an effort to lead the region in parks and recreation and be more responsive and accessible, the District has begun engaging the community about how we can best address park and recreation needs. Please join the conversation by filling out a Community Feedback Survey today to let us know what services are important to you.

Click here to take the survey in English
Encuesta en español


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