Township survey now open

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Residents encouraged to participate in planning

Washington Township has announced the launch of its five-year planning process that will directly affect Washington Township Parks and Recreation.

By sharing feedback, concerns and ideas through an online survey released July 27, residents can give their input on the direction in which they’d like to see the township go.

“Our goal with a five-year process is to evaluate opportunities for the township and position our community for growth and success,” said Danielle Carey Tolan, Washington Township trustee.

Residents can access the short survey by going online to www.surveymonkey.com/s/twpsurveyparks or by coming to the township office for a paper copy, 1549 E. Greyhound Pass, Carmel.

Washington Township has retained Indiana-based Prosperity Consulting, LLC to develop a five-year township strategic plan and a parks and open-space master plan.

“Survey responses will allow us to accurately understand the types of facilities, programs and services needed by township residents,” Tolan said. “Our objective is transparency, so this tool allows us to evaluate resident’s expectations and learn how residents use our parks.”

The survey will be available online through Sept. 30, and is open to all residents and users of township amenities. A roll out of the forthcoming plan is expected in early 2016.

For questions regarding the Strategic Plan or the Parks & Open Space Master Plan, please call the Washington Township office at 574-9490.

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