The survey is part of the federally required Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP), which is updated every five years. This plan establishes criteria for funding outdoor recreation projects in Nevada, through the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) program, and guides outdoor recreation development over the next five years. Public input is critical for creating a comprehensive plan that addresses the outdoor recreation needs of all Nevadans.
Outdoor enthusiasts of all types are encouraged to participate in a brief 10-15 minute survey that will gauge the public’s usage, demand and preferences for various types of outdoor recreation activities. The scope of the public survey includes ALL outdoor recreation opportunities throughout Nevada. The information collected will be used to help the state and local communities establish priorities related to the acquisition and development of outdoor recreation areas and facilities in Nevada.
The public outdoor recreation survey is available online until March 31, 2021 at http://parks.nv.gov/. For questions or comments regarding the SCORP or the survey, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also directly access the survey through the following links:
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