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JCPRD Public Art Questionnaire


The Johnson County Park and Recreation District (JCPRD) is developing its first Public Art Master Plan and needs your help.

JCPRD is a special district created by the Kansas State Legislature in 1955, the only one of its kind in the state of Kansas.  JCPRD owns and operates 13 regional and community parks, four linear streamway parks, two golf courses, two fieldhouses, one activity center, one event venue, and an air-supported dome with sports courts. The parks and other properties total 10,062 acres. In addition, JCPRD operates the Roeland Park Community Center, the Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center, the Lanesfield School Historic Site, and the Shawnee Mission School District Aquatic Center. For more information about JCPRD, visit

The Public Art Master Plan will establish a vision for public art – the role our community wants public art to play in JCPRD parks and facilities – and will put in place a roadmap for JCPRD to commission public art projects. You can help us shape the future of public art by answering the questions below. It should take you only ten minutes to complete, and your responses will be anonymous. By sharing your thoughts, you will help us to better understand your views on public art, where public art would have an impact, and how public art can contribute to the experience and enjoyment of JCPRD parks and facilities.