Esquimalt Gorge Park Pavilion Survey

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Purpose:
This online survey is available to the general public. Results will help guide the direction of the programming and events for the building.
Please answer all questions in as much detail as possible.  
Background:
In January 2017, the CRD and the Township of Esquimalt agreed on an amenity funding package associated with locating the wastewater treatment plant at McLoughlin Point. A one-time CRD contribution of $17 million—the McLoughlin Point Amenity Reserve Funds—will be used for capital projects in waterfront parks, recreation facilities, and a public safety facility. 
After undertaking two rounds of public engagement, the resulting community feedback was used to create a list of themed projects to consider for funding. At a high level, project ideas had to benefit the entire community; meet diverse community needs; achieve multiple purposes and uses; support healthy lifestyle choices and connect people to each other and the natural environment.
One of the projects approved was a multi-purpose venue at Esquimalt Gorge park with the design integrating its’ Japanese Canadian history and the natural environment in which it inhabits. The result is the new Esquimalt Gorge Park Pavilion.
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