Parks & Rec survey asks for feedback on parks in Corpus Christi

Another hidden gem can be found in Lindale Park near Ray High School, a splash pad only about a year old that is absolutely free for families.

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – If you enjoy spending time in any of the local parks, the city of Corpus Christi wants to hear from you.

The Office for Parks and Recreation is conducting an online survey.

They hope to find out what needs park visitors have.

The results will help create a master plan that examines which features need to be assessed and improved over the next decade.

“It takes about 10 minutes to fill out and the main thing is to determine what type of services you are currently using and what you want to see,” said Lisa Oliver of Corpus Christi Parks and Recreation.

There are about 190 parks in the city.

Officials say they continue to make upgrades like the new playground and shade structure at Collier Park and Pool, near Weber Road and Gollihar Road.

Another hidden gem can be found in Lindale Park near Ray High School, a splash pad only about a year old that is absolutely free for families.

“There will be 14 additional play equipment on display over the next month, replacing existing units that have aged along with shadow structures,” said Oliver.

If you’d like to take the survey, you can get started today.

It will be available on the city’s website through July 3rd.

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