Today, with the support of Brown University student, Adam Gendreau, the Roger Williams Park Conservancy announced that the Roger Williams Park user survey is available online. After talking with dozens of park visitors in-person in the park, the survey now invites everyone around the world to share some information about themselves, what they think about the park, and how it effects them. The information you share will influence future programs and other investments by the Conservancy and its partners.

Click here to take the Roger Williams Park user survey

The survey takes about three to five minutes. If you enter your email address we will keep you informed on news and announcements, and we will enter you into a monthly drawing for a Roger Williams Park t-shirt.

The park has never looked better. As we celebrate Roger Williams Park’s 150th Birthday, we look forward to a future of community and restoration together in the park. Your survey opinions will help us build that future. Thank you, and be sure to share this with your friends and networks!


7 thoughts on “Roger Williams Park User Survey Is Live!”

  1. Thomas Jack says:

    More events like the Philharmonic show and Food truck Friday would be great.

    1. Lisa Dow says:

      Thank you for your input! We have lots more free musical and cultural events coming up. Movies on the lawn this Friday 8/12, PVD World Music this Saturday and Firstworks Jazz at Bandstand on Sunday! See our events calender on the website and sign up for emails so you don’t miss a thing!

  2. Russ says:

    Events are great but would love to see bass or pan fish stocking. So many people fish the ponds.

    1. Kevin Essington says:

      Thanks Russ, we will ask the Parks Department about that.

  3. K says:

    Beautiful park, but not at all stroller-friendly. Wherever there are steps, the corresponding sidewalk or ramp is hard to find and usually takes much longer. Many sidewalks have potholes or lack curb access. Other times there is no sidewalk at all or you have to go out of your way to safely cross the street. It must be even more frustrating with a wheelchair.

    1. Kevin Essington says:

      Thank you, we will pass this along to the Parks Department.

  4. Tom Jack says:

    I agree regarding the challenge for disabled people. A few more curb access points would be helpful,.

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