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4 - Matters from the DepartmentCity of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department MEMORANDUM l~~j~i. ~ TO: Parks and Recrearion Advisory Board FROM: Jan Geden, CPRP, D~rector of Parks and Recreation Sarah DeSouza, Pazks and Recreation Admmistrator SUBJECT: Matters trom the Department DATE: September 1Q 2003 A. Answers to Ouestiom Rekarding Lhe Re-Draftm~ of Lhe Praine Doe Ordmance Please iefei to Attachments A-1 for mformation on thts item. B Land Issues al Maxwell Lake Park Please refer to AtCachment B-1 foi mformation on Chis rtem C. Parks and Recreation User Fees for 2004 Please iefer to ACtachment C-1 and C-2 for mformat~on on this item Attachments A-1• Answers eo questions iegardmg the re-draftmg of the Pra~rie Dog Ordmance B-1: Land ~ssues at Maxwell Lake Park C-1: Parks and Recreation user fees for 2004 G2 City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Depaitment 2004 Codif~ed Fees Parks and Recreation...The Benefits Are Endless!'"' Attachment A-1 Answers to Questions Resardins the Re-Draftins of the Prairie Dos Ordinance Is there a communication process to inform the city of possible prairie dog extermination on non-city-owned land? At the August 19 Conned meeting, Council suspended enforcement of the cuuent prairie dog and bird sanctuary ordinances At this point, property owners can poison prairie dogs and birds without regulation by the city The only city regulation to effect is Che pesticide notification ordinance. Any removal of prairie dogs would be subJect to the regulations under Title 6 Health, Safety and Sanitation, Chapter 10 Pesticide Use of the Boulder Revised Code under Pre- apphcation notification of airborne application (6-10-11). Two elements of providing notice that may be of interest to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board are: a notice will be given at least twenty-four hours prior to application notice may be given by posting sings on the property to be treated or by giving verbal or written notice; the policy m full can be accessed by the following link - httn•//www ci boulder.co us/cao/brc/6-l0.html Will we see a draft of the prairie dog ordinance before it goes to Council? Council asked that staff return m a timeframe no longer than 60 days (and sooner, rf possible) with suggested amendments or alternative approaches Assistant City Attorney Jerry Gordon updated Council on Sept. 16 on the proposed direction that staff is taking for ordinance revision and public involvement. Council liked the approach and will receive another update on October 21. Staff anticipates meeting wrth animal nghts groups and property owners before the ordinance rs drafted Staff also plans on getting input on a draft ordinance ftom the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, Open Space Board of Trustees and the Environmental Advisory Board before retui nmg to Council. Then to be adopted as code, the ordinance must go through a general process of two readings with public hearings al two regularly scheduled Council meetings. In order to get input from the public and appropriate boards, the timeline for i eturning to Council would be no earlier than November. If Council decides to adopt the ordinance on an emergency basis, there would still be a first reading and public hearing scheduled at a Council meeting. That would be the; opportunity for comment on the ordinance We will keep the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board apposed of the schedule and will provide information and 1mks to the draft ordinance once it becomes a public document Could prairie dogs be exterminated on lands that are part of joint use agreerrients? Land that is owned by the City of Boulder is still under the ausprces of the current ordinance and is controlled by city policy Land Jointly purchased by the Crty of Boulder and another Jurisdretion would be subject to the stipulations of the land purchase agreement. The Crty is recommending that any entity dealing wrth prairie dog relocation efforts work cooperatively wrth the City to develop non-lethal strategies for handling the situation Attachment B-1 Land Issues at Maxwell Lake Park The Parks and Recreation Department has been dealing with three separate encroachment issues at Maxwell Lake Park during the past fcw years During the April, 2003 Parks and Recreation Advisoiy Board meeting, the Board approved, m a public hearing, the disposal of parkland and a settlement agreemenC with Viola Lange and Robeii and Andrea Feder. The third encroachment is a land issue involving a 10 foot land "step" adJacent to property owned by Joan Hill. The PRAB has previously heard about this issue and some of the PRAB members visited this area during an April 23, 2003 tour to Maxwell Lake Park The PRAB was individually polled in April and a majority agreed to proceed wrth a trial against Mrs Hrll for the encroachment issues. The matter was tired m Boulder Municipal Court on June 9-1Q 2003. Judge Daniel Hale presided The Judge recently rssued a Finding oC Fact and Ruling m this issue Unfortunately, the Judge did not rule m favor of the City In hrs written report, Judge Hale found that the land "Slap" was different from the "Larger Park" parcel (Maxwell Lake Park) He limited hrs analysts Co Just Che Strip. Judge Hale ruled that there was not a statutory dedrearion on this land He also found that while there was intent by the developer Albneo, to dedicate the Strip as an access easement, there was not sufficient evidence that the Ctty took actions which showed acceptance of that offer of dedication as to the Strip He acknowledged that the rest of the Maxwell Lake Park was dedicated and accepted but not the Strrp He therefore rssued a ruling which genets title to the Strrp to Mrs. Hill, subJecC to a utility casement owned by the Ctty. The Department could appeal Judge Hale's ruling but we have chosen not to appeal Thrs decision was made upon recommendations by the City Attorney's office, as well as Bill Schell, the City's outside legal counsel on this issue At this time, Mrs Hill has filed a motion against the Ctty seeking over $100,000 m attorney fees The City has filed a motion asking the Court to deny Che Hill's motion for Award of Attorney Fees and has requested that the Court conduct a hearing from which a clear record as to the CourC's determination can be made. Attachment C-1 Parks and Recreation User Fees for 2004 Each year the City of Boulder updates permits, fines, and user fees in the Boulder Revised Codes, 1981 4-20 Departments are asked to submit revised fees at this time for adoption with the 2004-OS Budget. The new fees are effective on Januaiy 1 each year. For your information, the updated user fees that the Parks and Recreation Department submitted for revision aie included in this item as Attachment C-2 These fees have been increased incrementally over the 2003 fees to cover increased operating costs for 2004. The Department is beginning a fee study that will provide a comprehensive review resulting in a refinement of these fees for the 2005 budget Note class and program fees are not included m the codified fees because each class fee is based on the numbei and length of the class and this varies each session. Also which classes are offered changes based on customer feedback, usage, instructor availability, and recrearion trends This variability does noC allow for set fees Class fees vary from about $3 00 an hour foi Kid's Camp and some EXPAND classes to $30.00 an hour for private instruction and golf chmcs Most classes range fiom $5 00 to $10.00 an hour. These fees are provided to the PRAB for informational purposes only and the PRAB is not required to take any action relative to Chese fees Attachment C-2 Citv of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department 2004 Codified Fees Parks and Recreation Admission Fees _ _ _ _ _ _ - Recreation Centers 20 03 User Fees 2004 Revise d UserFe_es Daily Fees _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - Adult 5 60 _ _ _ _ 6 00_ _ _ _ Child _ 2 75 _ _ _ _ 3 25 _ Teen _ _ _ _ 3 00 _ _ 3 50_ Student _ N/A 4 50 Senwr 3 55 _ 4 00 Master's Swim-Adult _ 6 50 7 00 Master's Swim-Senwr _ _ ~ _ _ 4 50 - -- _ - - _ 5 00 - - - - I _ _ _ - AnnualPasses Resident Non-Resident _ _ Resident _Non-Resident _ Adult 425 00 _ _ _ 530 00 _ _ _ 455 00 _ _ _ _ 569.00 _ _ _ __ _ _ Child _ _ _ 15000 _ _18500 _ _ _ 17700 22100 _ _ Teen __ _ 167 00 _ 209 00 193 00 242 00 _ Student _ _ N/A _ N/A _ _ 342 00 _ 426 00 _ _ _ Senior _ 235 00 _ _ 295 00 _ _ 263 00 __ 329 00 _ _ __ _ Master's Swim-Adult _ 535 00 670 00 _ _ 569 00 _ 717 00 _ _ _ Master's Swim-Senior _ 345 00 435 00 _ 386 00 482 00 Group Membership Fees __ _ _ _ Resident _ _Non-Resident 20 to 49 partcipants _ _ N/A _ _ N/A _ _ 410 00 512 00 _ ~ 50 to 99 partiapants N/A N/A 364 00 455 00 100 or more partiapant N/A N/A 319 00 398 00 Resident Non-Reside_nt_ Resident __ No_n-Resident __ _ Ten Admission Pass (Adult 47 50 56_00 _ _ _ 51 00 _ _ 60 00 _ _ _ Child 23 50 _ _ 27 50 _ _ 28 00 _32 50 _ Teen 25 50 3.0 00 _ _ _ 30 00 _ 35 00 _ _ _ _ _ _ Student _ N/A _ N/A _ _ _ _ 38 50 _ _ _ 45 00 _ __ _ _ Senior _ 30 00 _ 35 50 34 00 40 00 _ _ Master's Swim-Adult 5550 __ 6500 _ __ __ ___ 5950 ___ __ 7500 _ __ Master's Swim-Senior __ __ 38 50 45 00 42 50 55 00 Twenty Admission Pass _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - -- -- Adult 90 00 _ 109 00 _ _ 96 00 _ _ _ 118 00 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Child _ _ 44 00 54 00 _ _ 52 00 __ _ 64 00 _ _ _ _ _ _ Teen 48 00 _ _ _ 58 00 _ 56 00 _ _ _ 69 00 _ _ Student _ _ N/A _ N/A _ _ _ 72.00 _ _89 00 _ _ _ Senior 56 00 69 00 _ _ 64 00 _ 79 00 _ _ _ Master's Swim-Adult 104 00 _ _ 127 00 110 00 137 00 _ _ Master's Swim-Senior _ 72 00 88 00 _ _ 82 00 102 00 _ Forty Admission Pass _ - Adult 15600 _ 21000 ___ 16800 _ _ 21000 _ _ _ _ Child _ 78 00 __ 106 00 _ 92 00 114 80 Teen 84 00 114 00 _ _ _ 98 00 _ 122 80 _ _ Student _ _ N/A _ N/A _ _ 126 00 _ _ 158 00 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Senior 100 00 _ 134 00 _ _ _ _ 112 00 _ _ 140 00 _ Master's Swim-Adult 182 00 _ _ 248 00 _ _ 196 00 _ _ 266,00 _ Master's Swim-Senior _ 126 00 170 00 140 00 190 00 _ Page 1 of 4 Attachment C-2 City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department 2004 Codified Fees Dro -In Climbin Wall ~ ResrdenUNon-Resident Resrdent Non-Resident Private Lessons 25 00 25 0011 personl1hou NIA _ _ _ _ _ 35 0012 personsllho NIA _ _ _ _ Group 50 00 75.0011 5 hours 94 0011 5 hours _ (Min of 8 and Max of 10) _ _ N/A _ _ _ 100 0012 hours _ _ _ 125 0012 hours _ _ _ Childcare sident/Non-Resident _ _ _ ResrdenUNon-Resrdent Re _ _ _ _ Drop-In _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 5.0 for 1 50 hrs of _ 4 50 for 1 50 hrs of _ _ _ service per child _ s_ervrce per chtld _ Annual Pass Drop-In 2 50 for 1 50 hrs of 2 50 for 1 50 hrs of service per child _ service per child -~ _ Annual Pass Hold erAnn 200 00 for_first chtld_ _ _ _ 200 00 for fast child ual - __ __ _ 75 OO for each _ _ _ _ 700 OO for each _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ad_diUonal chtld_ _ _ addtronal chtld _ Child fare Punch Cards ResrdenUNon-Resident ResrdenUNon-Resrdent 10 Visits _ __ __ _ 35 00 35 0011st child, 25 OOlea_add'I child __ _ 20 Visits 70 00 70 001 1st child, 50 OOlea add'I chtld _ tldcare Pass Holder C h Annu al h Card _ P un c _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -Resident enUNon_-Resident _ _ _ Re_srdenUNon Re sid _ _ _ _ ___ _ 10 Visits _ _ _ __ __2500 _ _ _ _ __ __ 2500 _ _ ___ 20 Visits _ 50 00 _ _ 50 00 S nice and Scott Car enter Pool Outdo or Pool Daily Resrde nUNon-Resident _ Re srdenUNon-Resident _ l Adult ' _ 5 00 - 5 50 - - - - Child 2 50 2 75 Teen - 2 75 - - - 3 00 - -- - - Student - - __ N/A __ __ _ 400_ _ _ _ Senior _ _ 300 _ ___ _ 350 _ _ Resident Non-Resident _ _R_esrdent _ Non-Re_srd_ent _ _ Outdo or Pool Season Pass _ _ _ _ _ Adult __ _ 123 00 _ _ _ 154 00 _ _ _ _ 133.00 _ 166 25 _ _ _ _ _ _ Child 38 00 _ _47 00 _ _ _ 41 00 _ 51 25 _ _ _ _ _ _ Teen _ 43 00 _ _ 54 00 _ _ _ _ _ 46.00 _ _ 57 50 _ _ _ _ Student N/A N/A _ _ _ 97 00 _ _ 121 25 _ _ _ _ _ Senior _ _ 64 00 80 00 _ _ 69 00 86 25 _ 200 00 for 4 - Family $160 for 4 - $20 i $25 each $173 for 4 - $25 for $216 25 for 4 - $30 each additiona additional family each additiona each addrtrona famtly membe _ member _ _ _ _ family member _family member _ _ _ Page 2 of 4 Attachment C-2 City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department 2004 Codified Fees Boulder Reservoir ~ 20 Gate AdmissionOn_ly__ _ _ _ Reside Adult Child _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Teen _ _ Senior - - so Sea nGateAd_m_iss_io_n_ Resident _ Adult _ 50 00 Child _ __ _ ____ 2500 Teen _ __ _ 30 00 Senior ___ _ 3500 Family (4 Passes) _ _ _ 100 00 Boat (i ncludes gate admission for 2 adu_ Its) Daily (Mon thru Fri-no holidays) _R_ es ident _ Sailboat/Sailboard _ _ 20 00 Power/Jet Ski 40 00 i Boats (Under 49 HPZ _ 20 00 Daily (weekends and hol idays) _ _ Satlbcat/Satlboard _ 25 00 Season Boat Resident Seven day motor _ _ _ {49 or more HP)_ _ _ _ 385 0 Five day motor __ f49 or more HP) __ _ _125 0 Seven day motor _ (under 49 HP) _ _ 80 0 Five day sailboat 75 0 _ Seven day sailboat _ _ _ 125 0 Five day sailboard _ _ _ 60 0 Seven day sailboard _ _ _ 125 0 Seven day tet ski_ _ _ _ 385 0 Five day aet ski _ _125 0 Wet Dock _ Dry Trailer _ _ _ Shore Mooring _ _ _ _ _ Winter Store Only _ _ __ Overnight Storage _ 5 00 _2_50 __ 300 3 50 Non-Resident 70 00 30 00 40 00 _ 45 00 140 00 Resident zooa _ Re_sident/Non-Re_side_nt ___ _ 5 50 250 _ __ 3 50 --- 400 - --- Non-Resident 60 00 75 00 27 50 35 00 _ _ 36.00 __ 4500 _ _ 37 50 50 00 105 00 150 00 Restdent Non--Resident _ _ 25 00 _ _ 40 00 45 00 80 00 _ _ _ 25.00 _ 40 00 _ 30 00 _ _ 70 00 30 00 35 00 Non-City R estdent Out-of Boulder Boulder County County 500 00 850 00 195 00 205 _ _ 130 00 135 00 115 00 ~ 120 00 210 00 250.00 110 00 115 00 210 00 250 00 500 OD _ _ 850 00 195 00 205 00 Restdent Boulder County 400 00 550 00 150 00 225 00 100 00 _ _ 150 00 80 00 125 00 135 00 _ _ _ 225 00 65 00 _ _ 120 00 135 00 _ _ _ 225 00 400 00 _ _ 550 00 150 00 225.00 450 00 _ _ _650 00 350.00 _ _ 500 00 200 00 _ 300 00 _ _300 00 _ _ _ _ 300 00 25 00 25 00 30 00_ 40 00 Non-City Restdent Out-of Boulder County 900 00 250 00 200 00 140 00 275 00 _ 130 00 275 00 900 00 250 00 Page 3 of 4 Attachment C-2 City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department 2004 Codified Fees Flatirons Municipal Golf Per R ound - M- TH Resident Non-Resident Res ident/Non• Adult 9Holes _ _ __ _1500 _ _1900 _ _ _ _ _ __ __ 18 Holes 23 00 30 00 Child/Te en __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ ___ _ _ 9 Holes 10 00 19 00 __ _ _ _ _ _ 18 Holes 14 00 30 00 Senior _ _ __ _ 9Holes 13 00 19 00 18 Holes 19 00 30 00 Per R ound -Friday-Sun & H_ o_ h Resident N_on-Resident _ Adult __ _ _ _ 9Holes _ _ _ 17 00 21 00 _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ 18 Holes _ _ _ 27 00 34 0.0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Chtld(Teen __ _ _ _ _ _ _ 9Holes _ 12 00 21 00 _ _ _ _ 18 Holes _ _ _ 18 00 34 00 _ __ _ _ Senior _ 18 Holes 23 00 34 00 Weeki nd fees do not apply November 1 throughFebruary 29 $3 00 of the 9 hole fee and $5 100 and 18 hole fee may be designated as a capital fee and is appropriated to the Permanent Park and Recreation Fund pursuant to Charter Section 161(d) _ 17.00 25 00 11 00 _ 18 00 14 00 21 00 19 00 ~ 29 00 13 00 20.00 16 00 25 00 Season Pass Resident Non-Resident Resident Non-Resident Adult 395 00 520 00 650 00 850 00 350 00 550 0 Child/Teen_ _ 180 00 520 00 _ _ _ _ _ Senior _ _ - _ 275 00 520 00 _ 550 00 _ 750 00 Season Passes are valid Monday through Thursdapnly from May 1 through August 3.1 __ _ Season Passes arenot valid on Memorial Day, July 4th, or Labor Day Se_ ason Passes are valid 7 d_ ays per week from September 1 -through April 30 _ __ _ - - I - - - - - The fees for parks and recreation special events are The City Manager may set different entry fees for secial events The recreation Page 4 of 4