- High Priority: Playground, Open Turf Area, Restroom,
- Medium Priority: Shaded Seating Areas, Basketball Court, Group Picnic Area, Loop Walking Path, Security Lighting, Community Garden, Habitat/Native Planting
- Low Priority: Dog Park, Adult Fitness, Creek Lookout, Bocce Ball, Pickle Ball & Horse Shoes
Three additional questions were included in the on-line survey, these included a question concerning the communities interest to close a portion of Ash Street that would connect the two properties into one park, and two questions on timing of the renovation.
Would you be in favor of eliminating Ash Street and making Chestnut Avenue a Cul De Sac to connect the two parcels together into one park?
Survey Response: 88% of those surveyed are supportive removing a portion of Ash Street.
Would you be in favor of renovating the full park site in phases (over multiple years), as opposed of doing the full renovation at one time?
Survey Response: 43% of those surveyed are supportive of doing the project in phases.
Would you be in favor of renovating the full park site at one time, dependent upon city funding to complete a large park renovation project (funding of project in 3-8 years)?
Survey Response: 67% of those surveyed are supportive of doing the project all at once even if having to wait a few years for funding to become available.