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KENT – Kent’s Park and Recreation Department wants to hear from Kent residents and participants in its programs, as well as those who use the parks. An online survey of questions has been developed that only takes a few minutes to complete. The survey is designed to assist in determining needs, usage, and priorities for the Park and Recreation Department and will be open until 3 p.m. on March 28.

All questions on this survey are voluntary, and one does not need to answer all the questions. Park and Rec shared that the data collected from this survey will not share any details identifying participants. Email addresses will not be collected. A few questions are required, and these questions are meant to guide one to the next appropriate section of the survey. 

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