Daniels Park adds to the quality of life in Douglas Co.
All but one of the respondents strongly agreed, for an average rank of 4.8 for this statement. The other strongly disagreed (rank of 1).
It makes sense for Douglas Co. and its residents to help Denver maintain and improve Daniels Park:
Respondents generally agreed with this statement. With an average rank of 4.2 out of 5, agreement was not as strong as the first, and some thought the level of expense the county was recommending was too high.
Daniels Park would add more to the quality of life in Douglas Co. if only: (respondents most often expressed the following comments)
- Do the basics (more grading, dust control): 20%
- Leave as is, don’t pave: 33%
- Maintain the serenity; keep rustic/rural character: 25%
- Keep speed limits down (no speeding trucks, etc): 25%
- Reduce traffic, introduce traffic calming: 15%
- Expand interpretation: 15%
Other suggestions included: Adding a bike path, pedestrian access, or play areas for children; Improving park upkeep; Protecting wildlife, plants, ecology; Making the park available to all.
“I like the rustic nature of the park as it is.”
“Do not want to see Daniels Park Rd. as a thoroughfare; love the current state and bucolic nature.”
“It is a natural beauty that should not look or feel commercial.”
“very misdirected effort destroys rural, rustic park, makes it more urban.”
“Plan looks nice—we love to walk and bike, this would make it safer.”
“Very impressed with the concepts presented in this meeting.”