Map: Detroit Parks Public Input 2015

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The recent, “2017 Parks and Recreation Improvement Plan” included a great deal of community engagement to garner feedback and input from residents.

Public input was measured on a one-to-three scale based on the dot map exercise from public meetings. Residents were asked to prioritize up to three parks in their city council district. If a park received no dots, it was scored with a “0”, 1 dot with a “1”, 2 dots with a “2”, and 3 or more dots with a “3”. These rankings were then converted to a 1-5 scale.

One thought on “Map: Detroit Parks Public Input 2015

  1. Hello Alex – I hope all is doing well. Would it be possible to get the raw data that you used to develop this map? It may be useful for my dissertation work.

    Best, Myra

    On Mon, Jan 22, 2018 at 8:20 AM, DETROITography wrote:

    > Alex B. Hill posted: ” The recent, “2017 Parks and Recreation Improvement > Plan” included a great deal of community engagement to garner feedback and > input from residents. Public input was measured on a one-to-three scale > based on the dot map exercise from public meetings. Res” >

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