Jan. 18, 2019 By Christian Murray
What activities would you like to see on the Long Island City waterfront this year?
The Hunters Point Parks Conservancy has recently released its 2019 survey asking the public what it wants to see at the park. Options listed in the online survey include movies, concerts, yoga, dancing, music and more.
The HPPC survey also asks the public what waterfront events they took part in last year and what they plan to attend in 2019. These events include the Queensboro Dance Festival, Silent Disco, LIC Henge, the LIC Post Waterfront 5K and the Queens Beer Festival.
Participants are also provided with opportunity to say what they like and dislike about the park. Furthermore, the public is asked how often they use the park and what attracts them to it–such as the panoramic views, LIC Landing, playgrounds or dog run.
The survey also provides participants with the ability to suggest movies that they would like to see screened.
This is the second survey released by HPPC. Last year’s survey generated nearly 500 responses.
The 2018 survey revealed that music was what respondents wanted most, with jazz being the most desired form of music.
In terms of movies, 75 percent of respondents called for comedy films.
The survey can be accessed here. The HPPC will collect response until Jan. 31.