Marin County Parks officials are asking residents to fill out a survey and provide input on how the county should spend money on its parks and open spaces.

The survey, available in English and Spanish, takes about 10 minutes to complete and will help county officials decide what to do with funding from Measure A, a quarter-cent sales tax approved by voters in 2012 that generates about $13 million annually.

The measure is set to expire in March 2022, but the county Board of Supervisors is planning to include an extension of it on the June 2022 ballot, county officials said. The revenue has been used for park improvements and to increase the number of community programs available.

The results of the survey will be summarized in a report that will be shared with the county Parks and Open Space Commission in September and later with the Board of Supervisors.