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Kauai County is inviting residents to participate in a survey on the future of Kauai’s public parks.

People can fill out the survey online at Survey forms are also available at Lihue Civic Center, at the Department of Parks and Recreation main office and the camping permit window. 

In addition, survey forms may be picked up at any neighborhood center including Kilauea, Anahola, Kapaa, Lihue, Koloa, Kalaheo, Hanapepe, Kaumakani, Waimea and Kekaha.

Information about the parks master plan project is at 

“We’re asking everyone with an interest in the future of Kauai’s parks and recreation programs to help us chart their future by completing the survey,” said Dave Caylor, a county park planner who is coordinating the master plan update.

A second round of public meetings, which will include a presentation of preliminary findings, is expected to take place in mid-summer.

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