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5 - Items from the Department, Pottery Lab, Parks Planning & Construction projects update, Review ofPARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT !~ March 22, 2001 ti.~.. MEMORANDUM To: Members of the Pazks and Recreahon Advisory Boazd From: Chnshne Andersen, Deputy City Manager for Environntental Sernces Doug Hawthorne, Actang Codirector, Parks and Recreation Department Linda Kotowski, Achng Codirector, Parks and Recreat~on Depaztment Re: Items from the Department Potterv Lab At a previous meetuig, the Board heazd concerns from pottery students dunng cihzen panc~ipahon On February 15, 2001, Staff inet with a group of the students and updated them on the turing of a new program coordmator and what is bemg done to address the concems. Such items as on-srte management, cleanlmess, results of the annual safety mspechon, eqmpment ~ replacement plans, power upgrade and winng improvements were also discussed at the meehng Parks Plannin~ and Construction Projects Update Please see Attachment A. Review of the Pilot Test of the Public/Private Partnership Process at the New Boulder Skatepark Please see Attachment B e^ ti... Attachment A ~' City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department ~' ' Parks Planning and Construction Division MEMORANDUM To Members of the Pazks and Recreation Advisory Board From Christine Andersen, Deputy City Manager for Em+ironmental Services Doug Hawthorne, Acting Codirector of Pazks and Recreation Linda Kotowski, Actic-g Codirector of Pazks and Recreation Kate Bernhardt, Acting Superintendent of Parks Planning and Construction Date March 30, 2001 Subject Summary Status Report on Parks Planning and Construction Projects A summary of the status of our planning and construction projects is provided below for your information An updated status report will be provided to you in September 22°d Street Pocket Pazk Blue Skv I~'illl The boazd approved the concept design in 1999 This pocket pazk is currently under construction and will be completed this summer The new pazk will provide a trail connection between Mesa Drive and Bluff Street, a smatl overlook plaza and sitting azea, and natural landscaping Arleigh A Burke Neighborhood Park Citizen Initiated Proiect (~ In 1998 the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board approved a citizen untiated project to place a ~" memorial with an U S Navy anchor in the pazk The board approved a concept pian for the installation in 2000 Construction of the project is anticipated to proceed this year based on procurement of private funding Dedication of the new anchor is scheduled for Sunday, May 27 at 2PM Baseline Middle School Patk develoyment The Parks and Recreation Department and the Boulder School District entered into an agreement for joint development of recreation facilities for public use at the Baseline Middle School This project was completed in late 2000, providing a new basketball court, two new tennis courts, and associated landscaping 1vTinor wacrantee work on the tennis court surfacing will be completed tlus spring Beach NeiAhborhood Park Plav Area Renovation. As part of an on-going park and play area refurbishment program, a complete renovaUon of the children's play azea along with a new walkway and lighting system was completed in late 2000 A dedication of the new play azea is tentarively scheduled for May 19 Boulder Reservoir In 1998, the Puks and Recreation Advisory Board approved funding for renovation pro~ects at the ~ -1- Boulder Reservoir Renovation projects completed to date mclude • replacement of the underground fuel storage tank with a tank that meets current ~ Environmental Protection Agency requirements • replacement of all docks, walkways, and ski rafts • renovation of Concession's Building shower and restrooms The remauring funding will be used this year to complete installation of an nrigation system, sod, and electrical service along the south shore of the reservoir which will provide additional sQace for reserved group picnic uses Dnve- In Theater Pazksite The board approved an agreement with the Housing Authority in June of 2000 to reserve a 2 1 acre pazksite within the proposed residential and mixed-use development at the Dnve-In Theater site, north of Yarmouth and west of US I~'ighway 36 In 2002, Pazks and Recrearion funding will be used for development of infrastructure, roads and utilities, ad~acent to the new parksite. The pazk development will proceed based on availability offunding and prioritization ofnew pazk development by the Boazd East of Eben G Fine Pazk The Public Works Department is negotiating to purchase a small property, less than 1 acre, immediately east of Eben G Fine Pazk, in order to remove existing residential buildings from an unsafe location within the Boulder Creek flood wne Following the completion ofthe purchase, the e~sting buildings on this property will be demolished and the property will be revegetated with drought tolerant grasses It is intended that this property be added to the existing pazk Further ,~ development of this pazcel would proceed based on availability of funding and prioritization of new ...•' park development by the Board Eaton Neiehborhood Pazk The Boazd accepted a gift of this 23-acre site in 1996 and committed to expend $400,000 for design and construction of a neighborhood park on this properiy The Board approved a concept plan and Community and Environmental Assessment (CEAP) for the pazk in 1998 and 1999, respectively Construction of the park began in 2000 and will be completed in summer of 2001 Development of this new pazk includes required road and utility extensions, preservation of approximately 20 acres of uplands and wetlands, trail upgades, a small turf and landscape area, a picnic and shade shelter, sitring azeas, and a recrearional bicycle azea Elmer's Two Mile Nei¢hborhood Pazk (Iris Hollow~ The Board approved a concept plan for the pazk in 1999. An Acmy Corps Wetland Percnit has been procured and city wetland and floodplain permitting processes will be completed this spring. The project will go out to bid in late spring with construction scheduled to begin in late summer The pazk plan for this 4-acre site includes crearion of new wetlands and native uplands, observation azeas within the wetlands, walks and trails, a small turf area, and a clvldren's playground Foothills Communitv Pazk "',n -2- ---' The majority of the Phase 1 of ttus new community pazk was completed in 2000 providing a large ("~ open muiti-use turf azea, a storage, maintenance and restroom building, community gardens, a ``" clvldren's play azea, an older youth play area, two roller hockey courts, native grass revegetation, walks and trails, sitting and picnicking facilities, a shade shelter, roads, pazking, utilities, public art enhancements, and associated infrastructure. Irrigarion and landscaping forPhase 1 will be completed this summer and fall Design development for Phase 2 is scheduled to proceed later this yeaz. Fortune Pocket Park The Board will review a request for a lot line adjustment in the Apri12 meeting. When the Board accepted the donation of this parksite from Ms. Fortune, it was understood that the existing structure at the north edge of the property would be refurbished to provide affordable housing or would be demolished Further evaluation of the structure has confirmed that it is not suitable for refiirbishment Staff is working with the Housing Authority, Planning Boazd, and Landmarks Board to evaluate a plan to demolish the sttucture and to consider an option to provide one or two affordable housing units in the same location. Staff will bring specific information about this issue to the Board in the future. Future development of the park wilt depend on funding availability and prioritizadon of new park development by the Boazd H'ickorv Site / Tree Fazm Site In early 2001 an agreement was completed with the City of Boulder Transportation Department to procure a 1.37-acre Transportarion site east of Foothills Pazkway and south of Baseline Road for neighborhood park uses The south half of the site will be available for development when Pazks and Recreation can provide the TransportationDepartment with an azeato store plant materials, currently ~ stored at this site. Staff is currendy working with Growing Gardens, a non-profit organization that manages the City's community garden programs, to provide a temporary community gazden use of the available site. Lon~ge Planning efforts Long range Park and Recreation planning efforts continue through work with the Planning Department on revisions ta the Community and Environmental Assessment Process (CEAP), review of Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan land use map and text changes, and participating as a review member of the City's Development Review Committee Addiuonal work in progess includes updating Parks and Recreation performance measures, informarion gathering and organizing a core team to define the desired scope ofwork for a needs assessment in advance ofrevising the Parks and Recreation Master Plan The Master Plan revision is scheduled to proceed m 2002. Mann Dakota Rid¢e Neighborhood Pazk In September of 2000, the Boazd approved an agreement with the Mann Dakota Ridge developer to provide a 3-acre pazksite within this new development located north of Lee Hill Road. This neighborhood pazk will serve expanding residential development in that area of town. In accordance with the conditions of this agreemeat, the Pazks and Recreation Department will provide funding this yeaz for roads and utility installations bordering the park property, along with initial grading and drought tolerant grass reseeding ofthe park parcel. Future development oftlus neighborhood park ~ ,..,, -3- will depend on funding availability and prioritization of new park development by the Boazd ~ Mesa Memorial Church site purchase In 1999, the Board approved the purchase of a 1'7 acre neighborhood pazksite at Mesa Memorial Church site, located north of Table Mesa Drive between Yale and Hartford Drive. The site purchase negotiations are proceeding this year, pending successful completion of a subdivision process Mountain Ocean nurchase• The Mountain Ocean site is a 87-acre s~te which contains a 8,687 squaze foot office/production/ wazehouse building. The site is located east of AirpoR Road on the south side of Valmont Sueet surrounded by the Valmont City Parksite Staff has been working with the owner of the Mountain Ocean property, Mr Tom Benjamin, for severat years to obtain this property The current option under consideration invotves creating a budding development lot for Mr Benjamin at the northeast corner of Stazio Ballfields Phase 2, east of Stazio Drive and south of Butte I~lle Drive. This building lot would be included in the payment to Mr. Benjamin for the Mountain Ocean property. This option was reviewed and approved by the board last year When a more concrete proposal has been created, it will be presented to the Board for review North Boulder Recreation Center Remodel and E~cpansion Design development is proceedittg for the remodel and expansion of this facility Pending approval of funding for the facility, the azchitect will proceed with construction documents It is anricipated that construction will proceed in the fall of 2001 and be completed in the fall or winter of 2002 The proposed remodel and addition will increase the existing 35,000 square foot facility to a 61,670 ~~ square foot facility ..~° Scott Carpenter Park Plaqae In conjunction with the recent renovation of the Scott Carpenter play azea, the Boacd requested that a plaque be installed to honor Scott Carpenter This plaque will be installed this spring Skate~ark at Scott Carpenter The skatepark was substantially completed in 2000 A formal dedication of the facility was held in November Final details ofthe constcuction project, including restoration ofthe irrigation system and new landscaping will be completed by mid-summer Tennis Court Resurfacin¢: Funding is allocated annually for the repair and resurfacing of tennis courts In 2001, four tennis courts at Centennial M'iddle School will be resurfaced Tom Watson Pazk Playground Refurbishment As part of an on-going park,and piay area refurbishment program, the Tom WatsonParkPlayground will be renovated this year. The Board approved a budget for this piayground refiubishment as part of the 1999 Capital Improvements Project (CIP). Staff held a public meeting on March 1° and will return to the Boazd later tlus spring with a conceptual plan Construction of the new play area is ~R ~_ __. ~,,,, anticipated to begin later this yeaz ~.,,- Flatirons/Anael Pines Facilitv The board will review master planning options and recommendations for this facility in the Apri123 meeting Vaimont Citv Pazk. Constivction of Valmont City Pazk Phase 1 and Wonderland Creek Channel began in late Febmary and is scheduled to be completed by February of 2001. This phase of the park development will provide roughly 10 acres of open multi-use turfplay area, landscaping, sitting and picnicking facilities, uails, walks, roads, utilities, and a temporary parking lot. The temporary parldng Lot design development has proceeded, utilizing an extension of AirpoR Road as recommended by the Boazd in the January, 2001 meeting • In response to the Board's request in the January of 2000 meeting, staff has eacplored the level of interest that the neazest park neighbor to the west might have in providing daily parldng for city park use This property owner is not interested in providing parldng for park users at this time Given the fact that the proposed temporary pazking lot to be constructed with Phase 1 development will address anticipated parking needs for Phase 1, staff proposes that we defer work on procuring additional parking until needed • StaffisworlangwithSteveJones,environmentalconsuitant,andtheCityLiaisonforValmont City Pazk to idenrify Concept or Site Review plan changes to address recommended wildlife preservation and habitat. This information will be provided to the Board and will be presented ,„ to in a jomt City Council and Pazks and Recreation Advisory Boazd study session on May 8 ~ Valmont City Pazk Public and Private Partnershios A number of proposals have been received by the City Liaison for Valmont Park prior to the closing the designated Request for Partnered Proposals period in mid March The current pianning focus for the Valmont City Pazk plan is to resolve how the plan might incorporate wildlife recommendarions and this issue will be reviewed by the City Council and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Boazd in a joint study session on May 8 If the May 8 Council study session reveals direction to redesign the Concept or Site Review plan, this work and the necessary public review processes wouid need to be completed prior to movingforwud v~nth development considerahons beyond the current approved Phase 1 construction „.». ~..- -5- Attachment B Review of the Pilot Test of the Public/Private Partnership Process at ,-~ .,_.. the New Boulder Skatepark In July 1999, Royce Arbour, Inc. and FLOW Consulhng (now GreenPlay, LLC) were tured to pilot test the Pubhc Pnvate Partnership Pohcy and the Intenm Sponsorship and Naming Pohcy This pilot test was designed to start up the City Liazson Funchon, and to find ways that busmesses and commucuty partners could become mvolved in helpmg to fund ttus commumty resource Although the absolute goals for ttus pilot test have not, yet, been attained, ttus process has been successful and has provided funding and other benefits for the City, Skatepazk users, and the community as a whole Accomplishments of the Pilot Pro~ect. • Responded posihvely to busmess, law enforcement, youth and athleric mterest group requests, • Developed and remforced the City's capability to be responsive to commumty-based requests for City acrion, • Followed the Pazks and Recreahon Advisory Boazd direchon on pnonries; • Assessed the City's partnering capabiliries; • Assessed the willmgness of prospecfive partners to ~om ui a City-imhated effort; • Pilot-tested the pubhc and pnvate partnerstup pohcy and procedures; • Pilot-tested the Intenm Sponsorstup and Nammg Pohcy; • Developed a contact management, partnerslup management and partnered development management database; • Developed documentation for handlmg revenue transacrions and pro~ect accountmg; • Developed City staff resource availability momtonng system and City staff resource billmg rate reference gwde, • Developed sponsorship/partnerstup mazkering matenals, • Created formats and models for sponsorslup/partnerstup agreements, • Secured resources to open the Skatepark and developed and coordmated the celebrahon event for the opeiung on November 18, 2000, • Procured over $30Q000 m Skatepazk funding; • Imhated sponsorslup/partnerstup sohcrtahon process; • Connected wrth the Skateboardmg network both nahonally and locally; • Connected with busmess and commercial interests both nahonally and locally, • Idenrified and recommended ophons for skateboard park management; • Acted as a haison for construction and complehon of the facility; • Ensured appropnate recogruhon to the City of Boulder for umovation in funding; and • Evaluated the Partnerslup Pohcy r"` ~ Lessons Learned from the Pilot Project '""~ ~ A great many lessons were leamed as a result of the pilot tesring of the PubhclPnvate Partnerstup Process at the New Skatepazk. In summary, these lessons mclude the importance of • early mclusion of operahonal staff m the establishment of programmmg partnerships; • includmg pazk operarions and mauitenance staff m the eazly stages of new pro~ect development, • developing appropriate revenue trackuig and handlmg systems; • obtazmng accurate pro~ect cost pro~echons from pro~ect contractors, and • tugh visibihty publicity to the sponsor and donor sohcitation process. These lessons will serve the Department well in future uses of the Pubhc/Pnvate Partnership process whether at Valmont City Patk or elsewhere. Partnerslup/Donor Procurement Climate Because the Skatepazk was already designed pnor to the decision to use it as a pilot pro~ect for the Public Pnvate Partnerslup process, thet e were limited opportunihes for facihty development partnerslups for the Skatepazk, only donors and sponsors As a result, tkus pro~ect was hmited in its abihty to huly test the Pubhc Pnvate Partnerslup Process as idenUfied m the Public Pnvate Partnerslup Pohcy ~"~ .r. Loca1 busmess mterest groups and government agencies mcluding Boulder High School were supportive of the pro~ect from the uuha6on of contact. The level of interest from busmesses that tazget boazders and skaters for their customers has vaned more, dependent on the~r presence m the Boulder market. Larger skater/boazder businesses and Boulder businesses appeazed to have a lugher level of mterest than smaller and non-Boulder businesses Publicity about the Skatepark attracted several substanrial offers of help to solicit donahons withui defined busmess and geograpluc azeas and produced some contnbuhons. The lumted appeal of the Skatepazk to the local buswess commututy may be traceable to the fact that the tazget mazket present at the Skatepazk is lunited. Equipment, accessory, and beverage providers are very mterested tn ttus mazket but others aze less mterested. Those potential sponsors most interested m the tazget market afforded by the Skatepazk aze currently more focussed on sponsonng events at skateparks nationwide, rather than on the construchon of skatepazks. The City Liaison office received a dozen unsolicited offers to sponsor events, wtuch, m the furiue, may be useful to the City and the YMCA for comperirions and demonstrations at the Skatepark, but did not produce revenue for defraying the cost of Skatepark const~vchon Unfortunately, mdivtdual property owners and non-skater/boazder busmesses demonstrated less mterest m the Skatepark project than ongmally anhcipated In tlus regazd, there appeazed to be ~ less "civic-mmded" mterest in Boulder than has been evidenced m other commumhes ~ undertakmg ttus type of project. Procured Sponsorships/Donations The origmal goal for fundmg procurement was $500,000. To date ~ust over $300,000 has been raised towazd this goal. The lazgest contnbuhons to the Skatepark aze the Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) grant for $100,000, the Salomon Sports Group sponsorship for $75,000, and the Boulder Urban Renewal Authonty (BURA) awazd of $35,000 We will conrinue an effoR to procure sponsorslups for tlus facility outside of the ongmal pilot pro~ect. Attachment A identifies a11 contnbutors to the Skatepark pro~ect. Skatepark Project Costs At the fime the pilot pro~ect was uuhated, Skatepazk pro~ect costs were ongmally projected to be less than $SOO,OOQ mcluding the costs of the pilot pro~ect consulhng work The successful construchon bids were appro~nately 30% higher than anhcipated, ttus amount did not include any work pnor to the awazd of the construction contract and did not include the costs of the pilot project. The mcrease m construction costs reqwnng the addihonal $369,000 aze attnbuted to a number of items mcludmg site dramage costs, unsmtable soil and escalafing construchon costs With PRAB approval, the Cityyh committed an addihonal $369,000 for a pro~ect total of $869,000. T'hrough sponsorships, grants, cash and in-Iand donahons, approxunately $300,000 r~- has been procured to date to help off-set these costs. The City Liaison consulhng services were ~.. provided at a cost of $75,000 Skatepark ManaEement The Boulder Va11ey YMCA is under contract with the City of Boulder to provide for Skatepazk programmmg and is helpmg to provide connecrions to the local skaters and boazders on a conhnuing basis Agreements were reached with the YMCA that will assist m maxntammg the Skatepark Advisory Committee (SPAC) as a commumcahons venue wrth the local skater/boazder commwuty and City Parks and Recreahon and Pohce department staff inembers. SPAC facilitates the conduct of classes and events that use the Skatepazk facihty, and aze providmg a wonderful opportumty for the YMCA and the Parks and Recreahon staff to strengthen workmg relahonslups. The SPAC was established at the end of the summer, m anticipahon of Grand Opemng event planning and the development of operat~ng guidehnes. Tlus group conhnues to be very effecrive m commumcahng with the skateboazduig and in-lme commiuuhes It has proven less effechve thus far in enforcmg a peer culture supportmg a primary concern wrth safety, mcludmg such issues as helmet and pad use, shanng the skateable surface among different sport modalihes, such as BMX bicycles, with skateboazders and m-lme skaters Nor has rt been enhrely effecrive in discouragmg mappropnate achvities such as dnnkmg, smokmg and drug use, m promohng ~^^ ~ attenhon to trash removal and discouragmg vandalism and graffiti, and hmihng use dunng the hours of darkness. ''~ Refinement and complerion of ttte wark m Skatepazk management and operahon was completed "° after the Skatepazk opened. The most sigmficant issue currently bemg faced is that Skatepazk is receivmg regular use well above any anhcipated level. The Skatepazk is, by any user-oriented sYandazd of~udgment, an outstandmg success. Less posrtive issues mclude helmet use, wluch has dechned from a relahvely low level of comphance when the Skatepark opened Another is trash, vandahsm and grafitti. A tlvrd is the comparibihty of BMX bicycle use at the Skatepark. One issue with BMX is the conflict between those nders and vulnerable skateboarders and m-line skaters, and related safety issues Another BMX issue is the damage done to the skahng surface by metal bicycle parts, notably the "pegs" on axle hubs that BMX nders use for tnck ndmg. Rules, momtoring, mterdepartmental cooperahon, interagency cooperarion, potentcal ordmances, and peer pressure aze all bemg explored as components for dealing with these issues. The issue of whether it is a good idea for a "free and open" skatepazk also to be an unsupernsed skatepazk remains to be answered conclusively Summarv Smce the Skatepazk was fully designed pnor to any decision to use ttus pro~ect as a pilot pro~ect, many aspects of the Pubhc/Pnvate Partnerslup process were unable to be accurately assessed by the "pilot test" of ttus pro~ect This pro~ect, howevet, was able to provide many valuable msights .~, to aspects of the Pubhc/Pnvate Partnersh~p process as well to future uses of the Intenm ~-._ Sponsorstup and Naming Pohcy. In part~culaz, the pilot test provided important mformahon regazdmg the admimstrarive mfrastructure requued to support the Public/Pnvate Partnerstup process Thus, although the financial goals of tkus pro~ect were not completely reahzed, many valuable lessons were learned regazdmg partnerstup efforts that will serve us well in future uses of the Pubhc/Pnvate Parhierstup Process in such pro~ects as the development of Valmont City Park. 4 ~'' ¢ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~tor 'eet Market AIRWALK All Video Produchons Allen John ~ Andrea Friedlander Anonymous % Waller Imhoff Arts in !he Parks Fund BC Suri 8 Sports Boulder Arts Commiss(on Bouldei Chamber of Commerce Boulder Magazine Boulder Parks & Recrealion Foundahon Boulder Police Department Boulder Sign Company Brothers Boards - - - - -- -- - - - BURA------- - -- - -- - Channel 8 Chnsman Construchon, inc Chris6ne Droplnski City of Boulder Youth Opportumty Program CoPYMax _-- _ ___ ___ _ -_ _ _ _ Ginger, Chdsta and Andrew Conrad CreaLve Busmess Strategies Dennis H Goldman Digatron Inc Downs 8 Assadates Downtown Boulder, Inc Chds and Mike Dropmski Eldorado Springs Water En~ronmental Concems, Inc FaQy J's Pizza - - -- --- -- - FLOW Consulling ~ Gatorede / Propei GE Access Grand Opemng donahons/silent auchon Great Outdoors Colorado 4aws Corporallon ironsmlth Architecturel Producls • Cily Liaison OKCe ~ • ~.,_! 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