Lee County Parks & Recreation Seeks Public Input to Improve the Department

Lee County Parks & Recreation is asking the public to help improve its services and amenities offered by participating in a biennial needs assessment survey. 

The survey is available on the homepage of the Parks & Recreation website at www.leeparks.org and social media pages. People who complete the survey have the option to enter a drawing for a chance to win a family four-pass to the 2025 SWFL Ag Expo, a Lee County Parks & Recreation annual parking sticker or an annual pool pass. 

Completing the survey is important to anyone who uses any of the Lee County parks or other recreational sites because it allows the public to provide feedback on what the department is doing well and where the department can improve. The survey will remain online until Wednesday, July 31. 

Anyone without internet access may take the survey in person at any of the following locations: 

  • Estero Recreation Center, 9200 Corkscrew Palms Blvd, Estero 
  • North Fort Myers Recreation Center, 2000 North Recreation Park Way, North Fort Myers 
  • Veterans Recreation Center, 55 Homestead Road South, Lehigh Acres 
  • Terry Park, 3410 Palm Beach Blvd., Fort Myers 

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