IMP Outcomes Form

It's My Park Project Accomplishments

Welcome! Use this form to record information about your recently completed It’s My Park project.


Thank you for taking care of your local park by leading an It's My Park project! In order to ensure that we accurately report on the amazing work of community partners like you, please fill out the form below as soon as possible after the completion of your IMP project.

The more we know about your successes, the more we can ensure our continued support for your group!

Please note: This form should take you about 5-7 minutes to complete. 


At Partnerships for Parks, we regularly report on the impact of our city-wide It's My Park program to ensure continued funding and buy-in from the city and our outside sponsors. As part of our IMP reporting, we now include quantitative information about specific accomplishments by the volunteer groups we support. These include the number of bags of debris and/or weeds removed, or yards of mulch spread. We call these accomplishments "outcomes". As you proceed with this survey, you will have the opportunity to let us know about each of your outcomes.

Please note: we know that many IMP projects have multiple outcomes. This online form will allow for reporting multiple outcomes, as needed. Thank you in advance for sharing back your successes! 

Many of our IMP projects include a general clean up. Often debris (garbage, weeds, etc) is collected and placed in bags for removal. 
Please let us know which type of debris and how many bags were collected. If you removed your debris in a different way, please choose other and let us know more.

Many of our projects have horticulture components. At this time, these include:
  • Mulching/wood chipping
  • Spreading compost/topsoil
  • Planting
If your project included this, please report on them separately.

Please note: removing weeds, along with other natural debris such as leaves, is reported in the general clean up section.

Some of our IMP projects include painting components. These can include:
  • Benches
  • Light-poles
  • Fencing & Walls
  • Courts
  • Play equipment (structures and features located inside a playground)
    • Play Structures (this refers to the actual playground structure, such as swing sets, jungle gyms, and slides)
    • Play Sculptures (ex. stone animals, fountains, etc)
    • Ground Games (ex. games painted on the concrete, such as hopscotch)
  • Other approved park fixtures
If your project included any of these, please report on them separately. Please count how many of each unit your group painted and share those numbers with us below.



Thank you for completing our form. Once you click submit, you will receive an email copy of your answers for your records. 

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