This Call From Kennesaw State Will Not Be a Scam

The Alpharetta Recreation and Parks Department wants to identify what residents want and need at city parks and in programming.

Alpharetta residents may receive a telephone call from Kennesaw State University in the next few days, but it will not be a telemarketer.  The university is conducting a survey for the city on recreation and parks needs and services.  The calls will be made until June 10.

The purpose of the survey is to identify current needs and wants that Alpharetta residents have with respect to parks facilities and programming, according to a news release from the city.

“The survey does not take very long, but it is an important part of how we plan for the future of parks and recreation for the community, said Mike Perry, director of Recreation and Parks for Alpharetta.  “We hope that our citizens will take a few minutes to share their thoughts.”

Surveyors will identify themselves as being with Kennesaw State University calling on behalf of the City of Alpharetta.  Aside from some basic demographic data, they will not be requesting any personal information. If someone calls asking for personal information, do not answer those questions and report the caller to the police.


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