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Handout, Valmont City Park - Partnership Process~ ~~ pF soUlo v~ ~~~ ~~~-~;, . Parks & Reeceadon ~4~,,~-.~,~- -~ P rzr~ .~ I~1IG~ ~ Valmont City Park - Partnership Process Reauest to Pronose Partnershiqs (RPP) - The Concentual Pronosal ~ ~ These questions are answered by a prospecrive partner for Valmont City Park in their submission of a Request to Propose PartnersFups (RPP). I. Description of Proposing Organization: • Name of Organization • Purpose of Organization • Years in Existence • Services Provided • Contact Names, Mailing Address, • Member/User/Customer Profiles Physical Address, Phone, Fax, • Accomplishments E-mail • Legal Status II. Summary of Proposal What is being proposed? III. Bene~ts to the City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department Individually list and discuss the benefits (monetary and non-monetary) for the City of Boulder and its residents. Provide answers addressing the Selection Criteria, and explain any other benefits your pmposal will provide. Selection Criterea 1. How does the proposed pactnered project address current Coty goals? 1.1 How does the proposed partnered project align with City Council goals? 1.2 How does the project align with the Pazks and Recreation Mission Statement and Goals? 2. How does the proposed facility fit into the current approved Valmont City Park Concept and Site Review Plans? 3. How does the facility/program meet the needs of City residents? 4. How will the project generate more revenue and/or less cost per participant than the City can provide with its own staff or facilities? 5. What are the alternahves that currently eadst, or have been considered, to serve the users identified m this project? 6. How much of the existing need is now being met witlun Boulder and within a 30.mile radius? 7. How does the facihty/program provide for entry-level, intermediate, and/or expert slall levels? 8. What is the number and demographic profile of participants who will be served? 9. How can your orgazuzation assure the City of Boulder of the long-term stability of your organizahon, both for operations and for mazntenance standazds? 9.1 How feasible aze the long-term plan/fundmg operarions? 9.2 How feasible is the long-term plao/fundmg for maintenance standazds? 93 How feasible aze the preliminary projections for funding for capital expenses? 10. How will your orgamzation meet Americans with Disabilities Act and EEO requirements? 11. How does this pro~ect align with legal requirements for the use of land purchased with tax-exempt municipal bonds? IV. Benefits to the Partnering Organization VJhy is your organizahon interested in partnenng wiih the City of Boulder Pazks and Recrearion Department? Please mdividually list and discuss the benefits (monetary and non-monetary) for your orgamzation. Partnered Proiect Proposal (PPP) - The Formal Proposal Following a City decision to issue of Lener ojlnterest for Valmont City Park, a prospective partnership must answer these questions in their submission of a Partnered Project Proposal (PPP). Include what your organization w~ll provide and what is requested of the City of Boulder. Include imhal plaos for concept and site design, construction, and a ptel~mmary business plan for mazketang and operations, pro~ected costs, staffing, uutial cash flow, and mazntenance. 1. How much property do you need7 How large will the facility be? 2. Where will it be located on the site in reference to the concept plans? 3. What type of infrastsucture development needs to be done? 4. Who will manage the design and construction of the facilit}r? 5. How will this pro~ect be funded for planning and design, construction, operations, major replacements, and maintenance? 6. What aze your proposed methods of financmg~ 7. What is the plan for Life-Cycle Costing? Include both construction and useful life pro~echons. 8. Who ~*nll manage the dazly operahons? 9. What is your organization's expenence m providmg this type of facility/program? 10. What are the anticipated costs for participants? 11. What is the pmposed rimeline for the project? 12. Who will be the users? 13. Please idenhfy the projected numbers of panc~ipants, ages, percentage of city residents, skill level requued, focus of activities, etc. 14. What is the availabihty of similaz programs elsewhere in the communit}~? W~tlun a 30 mile radius? 15. What aze your projected hours of operarions? 16 What aze your inihal staffing pro~echons? 17. What types of insurance will be needed and who will be responsible for acquinng and paying premiums on the policies? 18. How, by whom, and at what intervals will the project be evaluated~ 19. What types of agreements should be used for ttus pro~ect? 20. What will be done if the prograzn does not meet the conditions of the original agreements? ~ ~ ~..a ~"~1 ...~~