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Parks & Recreation - Public Open House Summary City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Recreation Programs and Facilities Plan (RPFP) Public Open House April 15, 2009 Summary ❖ Over 120 people attended the initial open house for the RPFP to kick-off the project. The meeting was held on April 15, 2009 from 5:30-7:30. ❖ This meeting was part of the "information gathering" and "needs assessment" portion of the project. ❖ The meeting was an "open house" format with information tables staffed with Parks and Recreation staff from each recreation program type and facility. There was also background information on the department, including facilities and programs provided and some basic cost and revenue information. Information on broader recreation programs and opportunities in the community was also available (see Attachment A for a copy of the information posters available at the meeting). Members of the community had the opportunity to speak one-on-one with staff and to provide written comments at each station (see Attachment B for a summary of written comments received) ❖ RPFP "Feedback Forms" were also available at the meeting. This is the same form that has been available on the web and will remain available through April 30. (see Attachment C for a copy of the feedback form (English and Spanish) available at the meeting). ❖ Thirty-five people filled out the feedback forms (or provided written information in their own format). These will be summarized with the other comments received via these forms on the web. ❖ In general, people are very supportive of the programs and facilities. There were some suggestions for improvements. There was a lot of concern about various programs or facilities being cut - particularly the Pottery Lab, fitness classes, and the South Boulder Recreation Center. ❖ Attendees provided email addresses and will be included in the listserve for this project, receiving periodic updates and notifications of future meetings. ❖ Public outreach for this meeting included the following: o Open House Outreach Posters: • large posters at 3 recreation centers, libraries, senior centers, HR, municipal building, Park Central, Flatirons golf course, Boulder Reservoir, ballfields, tennis courts, Pottery Lab, Salberg, Iris, 10 high-traffic Parks PAGE f o Flyers: ■ Flyers handed out to participants and posted at various spots in recreation centers (in English and Spanish) o Email Notification: ■ Email notification from department to independent user groups from each program area (Little League, Force Soccer, BAM, rowers, Pottery Lab enthusiasts, etc.) ■ Email notification to Parks and Recreation Listserve ■ Email notification to PRAB, YOAB, Senior Advisory Council ■ Separate reminder emails to program participants from Recreation Staff o WIP to Council o Ads in Daily Camera (Sundays April 5,12) o News Briefs o News Release 3/30 o Article in paper Sunday April 12 o Notification on city's website, numerous locations PAGE 7- 2009 City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Recreation Programs and Facilities Plan WHY ARE WE HERE? We are developing a Recreation Programs and Facilities Plan and need your input. This open house is an exchange of information and ideas to help us create priorities for developing the plan. Staff is available at each station to provide information, answer questions and record your comments. Please fill out the comment card at the final station. PACE 2009 City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Recreation Programs and Facilities Plan PROGRAM AREAS TO VISIT TONIGHT Aquatics Boulder Reservoir Dance EXPAND/YSI Fitness, Pilates, Yoga, Weight Training Flatirons Golf Course Gymnastics Pottery and Leisure Enrichment Activities Recreation Centers Sports ~4 2009 City of Boulder ParksandRecreation Recreation Programs and Facilities Plan OUTDOOR RECREATION FACILITIES Two outdoor pools ~ ~ - - - i` Scott Carpenter Pool Spruce Poo! Three sports complexes East Mapleton Softball Pleasantview Soccer Stazio Softball Flatirons Golf Course "f 4 ~f ~Jir~ ~X I ~x •~3r, Boulder Reservoir am.- Outdoor tennis courts Arapahoe Ridge, Baseline Middle School, Centennial z Middle School, Chautauqua Park, Columbine, East Center, Knollwood, Manhattan Middle School, Martin Park, North Center, Palo Park, South Center, Tom Watson Park Platform tennis , L Boulder courts North Center Skatepark PAGE '2009 City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Recreation Programs and Facilities Plan INDOOR RECREATION FACILITIES Three recreation centers. East Boulder Community Centers r North Boulder Recreation Center South Boulder Recreation Center e~ ,L ~u WWI- ~ td Iris Studio t y` pottery Lab Sa ber . 77 ~y ~a~ f i ,PAGE ! 109 CitY • Boulder and Recreation Recreation Programs and Facilities Plan RECREATION PROGRAMS More than 3,800 different programs and sessions all-year long, including: Performing and Visual Arts f: Pottery Lab Drama Camps `OL T,. Youth and Adult Dance Classes Dance Camps that consistently fill to , capacity. Leisure Enrichment Classes (drama, cooking, photography, music, art) , The largest public gymnastics program in q* M the state of Colorado with more than 1200 participants. ~I Wellness and fitness programs Weight Training, Aerobics, Popular Yoga and Pilates classes & workshops Golf Instruction for adults and youth An aquatics program (including OR j swim lessons) that have more than 3000 participants each year. Camps at the Reservoir including Sailing, Windsurfing, Sailborading, Water Sports PA 2009 City of Boulder Parks and Recreation' Recreation Programs and Facilities Plan SPORTS PROGRAMS Serving thousands of residents: 649 Adult Softball teams annually with more than 8,400 players; 124 Adult Soccer teams annually with more than 2,800 players; 50+ Adult Basketball teams participating in leagues and tournaments throughout the year; more than 1,000 Adult and Youth Tennis lesson participants; Dodgeball Leagues that host more 80 teams with 500 participants annually; 83 Adult Kickball teams with 1,300 players 136 Adult Volleyball teams with close to 1,000 participants annually; 1,600+ children participating in Sports Camps throughout the year; 384 Youth Football participants; 566 Youth participated in Sports Samplers and Mini-Sports; 327 Youth Basketball partici- pants; 250 Youth Volleyball participants PAGE S der X119 City • BoulPrograms and Facilities Plan RECREATION PROGRAM OFFERINGS AT CITY FACILITIES Boulder Valley Girls Softball Boulder County Force Soccer Club Boulder NOVA Soccer Club Boulder Rugby Club University of Colorado Club Sports Grass Roots Ultimate Frisbee North Boulder Little League Baseball South Boulder Little League Baseball Boulder Tennis Association Boulder Aquatic Masters Swimming Boulder Aquateens Synchronized Swimming Boulder Swimming Year-round Club Swimming Boulder Community Rowing Boulder Horseshoe Club Boulder Valley School District Sports Boulder Mountain Bike Alliance PAM- 2009 City of Boulder Parks and Recreation " //All ■ r S Programs and Facilities Plan fip1OTHER RECREATION OFFERINGS IN THE AREA • Local Governments City of Broomfield, City of Longmont, City of Louisville, City of Westminster, Town of Superior, Town of Erie • Local Organizations YMCA of Boulder County, Boulder Valley School District Lifelong Learning, CU Division of Continuing Education Personal Enrichment Program • Private Sector Fitness Clubs (24 Hour Fitness, Flatirons Athletic Club, Rallysport, Lakeshore Athletic Club), Specialized Studios/Clubs (Yoga, Pilates, Dance, Gymnastics, Climbing), Organized Recreation Groups (Boulder Valley Lacrosse, Boulder Youth Football, Flatirons Volleyball Club, Gold Crown Basketball, etc.) PAGE 1 , / City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Recreation Programs and Facilities. Plan RECREATION FUNDING 2008 Recreation Funding Sources Transfers from the Other Golf Funds 15% 18% Misc Recreation Revenue 1% Reservoir Access and Inclusion B% 2% Sports 14% Recreation Centers 18% Aquatics 6% Recreation Programs 18% 2008 Recreation Funding Uses Recreation Special Projects, Promotion, Administration & Marketing 8% 4% Ballfields Maintenance 4% Golf 13% Sports Reservoir 7% Aquatics 11% Recreation Centers 20% Recreation Programs 23% -12009 City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Recreation Programs and Facilities Plan COMMUNITY VALUES from the 2006 Parks and Recreation Master Plan • Nurtures connections between people and places • Preserve and creates places of natural beauty and spiritual refreshment • Enriches family and social relationships* • Provides resources for people of all ages to reach their full potential * • Champions diversity and inclusion (responsibility to underprivileged)* • Recognizes the importance of play in a balanced life • Integrates natural lands, urban forests, and sustain- able ecosystems in healthy neighborhoods • Contribute to a sustainable economy* • Contributes to a sustainable environment, with respect for wildlife, reduced pesticide use, recycling, alternative energy, and natural resource conservation • Contributes to personal fulfillment by providing opportunities for health and fitness* * More recently validated by the City Manager's workgroup on recreation financing and/or the preliminary results from the Recreation Programs and Facilities Plan community suvey WOULD YOU ADD TO OR CHANGE THIS LIST? POST YOUR COMMENTS HERE... r PAGE I- Recreation Programs and Facilities Plan NEXT STEPS • Open House - April 15, 2009 • Recreation Feedback Form - April 1-30 (online and at Recreation Centers) • Scientific Resident Survey - 3000 randomly selected households • Draft Plan - Late Summer 2009 • City Council Study Session - Summer 2009 • Public Comments on Draft - Fall 2009 • Public Meeting - Fall 2009 • Parks and Recreation Advisory Board Public Hearing - Fall 2009 • Final Plan - Late 2009 r~ 1 le r1i.' 6 J PAGE ATTACHMENT B Public Written Comments from the April 15 Open House Meeting of the Parks and Recreation Programs and Facilities Plan Aquatics • Need water aerobics • Kid friendly facility in SOBO • Water aerobics is very important! • High demand, loyal patrons • Warm water • No kids in hot tub • More swim lessons • Beyond "shark" swim lessons 4 pre team longer • Keep Scott Carpenter pool open from Mem. Day to Labor Day - the summer season. Move dogs to October. • Lower water and air temp in pools • Those of us with a walking handicap use water aerobic exercise at the North Rec Ctr as the only way to get necessary exercise, recommended by the local doctors • More lap lanes at South on weekends instead of for-profit diving company • Charge lap swimmers for 100% of cost of pool use • I love the pool at SBRC • Please keep Jennifer (NBR) Paddocks' H2O aerobics. I am in pain 24/7 and its one of the few exercises I can do. There are many in the classes who are the same. Pat Walsh 303 447-1694 • Lap lanes, pool (h20) temps for lap swimming, hrs avail to lap swim-currently these are all great and we do appreciate • East & South Boulder swimming pools are wonderful • Great facilities and access-the programs are good as well • Aquateens Why is it $300/month when Cyclocross (for adults) was subsidized? Recreation Centers*& Child Care & Registration • Miss childcare @ South :O • s/b premium on exclusivity in pool • hooks in locker room @ South & NBRC family • keep South open • Let the private sector be daycare • Pre-school children -why don't we program from 12-2:30 pm? South is empty 1/2 day kindergartners preschoolers don't all hap • Advertise Sr classes with flyers in Sr. Ctr. • Childcare on weekends at any of the rec centers • Please do not close S. Boulder Rec. It is vital to us a Seniors who use the weight training room regularly! • TVS @ centers • Eliminate towel service P PAW 14 ATTACHMENT B • Rec Centers offer a lot more than just a place to work out. It's a great addition to the community, and are very important to a large part of the Boulder population Fitness Yoga Pilates & Weight Training • We, the members of the 7:30 am aerobic class at NBRC wish to keep our class as it is (24 signed) • More space is needed for programs during prime time • Climbing wall needs more attention, people really want to use it but it's neglected. The hard part -physical structure-is here! That costs a lot of money. Staffing it costs almost nothing • Instructors in the fitness programs are great! • I love the drop-in Nia classes! ! • Fitness programs are great! Keep them at all costs! • More drop-in please!! • Let the private sector do, it • Keep Pilates equipment classes. The teachers are great. Love Salberg center • Fitness programs have improved since Kristen Rupert was hired • The weight class is our righteous way! • Please keep Melissa Pruitts' weight resistant class for people over 50. We work to stay as healthy as possible. And everyone gets old - even in Boulder Pat Walsh 303 447-1694 • Love the yoga class - provides a great way for personal improvement physically & spiritually- keep it going! • I don't think summer camps should usurp fitness classes. We are paying customers who use the centers all year. • I love my Pilates class O • 1 love the drop-in fitness classes! Especially M+W - 5-6pm sculpt Marty + Dora + all the NIA classes are great! ! + Yoga esp. Fri at noon & Sunday at 11:45 • 1 love `drop-in" classes, it allows me to come 5X a week. And I love my instructors Kristen Rupert, Jennifer Paddlock, Marty Harris, Dora B • Summer - Thank you for offering Wellness classes + triathlon clinics. Only in Boulder! • For us the weight training is extremely important. We are mid-70's in age and we are very loyal to S Boulder Rec. Gretchen & Neil King • Weight & CT training w/Marty makes my day! • Pottery is not fitness, belongs to the private labs. • Better times for Pilates, Swiss ball classes SBRC • We love the skip-its program Excellent health benefits for kids who sometimes don't fit in other programs. And excellent physical training for kids in other sports • Stay with program that help people maintain healthy bodies. Animal or vegateon - although - important is not people • I love drop-in classes!!! Andree Malanswski • Need Pilates & fitness classes at East and South PAGE ATTACHMENT B • Pilates classes more at convenient times for professional workers (ie. Before Sam/ after 5pm) • I want to make sure that the Fit & Strong program is not eliminated. Also the massage program with Sr Service East Boulder Eliann Huffman my age is 91 Keep Melissa Pruitt, Susan Goldne, Sara Bosci, Massage person • I use East at least 3 times a week. It is a great thing to have such facilities and good staff so accessible. • Yes, please, more Nia, Yoga drop-ins. Second that especially South • I appreciate the Pilates classes. I think the coordinator (Kathleen hires excellent instructors & has top-line equipment • Pilates instructors are well trained! ! Please keep the classes top notch! • More elliptical trainers would be wonderful. Also, machines get so busy (EBRC) • I appreciate the fitness classes at South Boulder Rec • Keep Pilates! • Osteoporosis weight training programs at North Boulder Center Gymnastics • My daughter loves the city gymnastics program. We have met many other Boulder parents we would not have met otherwise through gymnastics. • My daughter loves being on the gymnastics team. She goes to the gym 4 nights a week. What a great place for my pre-teen daughter to be hanging out! She loves learning. She loves the other girls. This is a great program! • Gymnastics program very good. Excellent program for young people • My daughter has been in the program for the past 7 years and loves it. It is great! • I have 2 daughters in the Flyers Program and it has been great for them. The program is also an excellent representation for the other gyms we visit. • Go Flyers! Sports & Tennis • More youth programs out of the South Rec Center, Youth friendly facilities - pool - biking • Outdoor hoops on the inline court at SBRC • More sports programs @ South - ages 6-12 years • Senior volleyball - want to sustain CSVB league and drop-in senior volleyball @ EBCC • Emphasize Petanque "Bocce Ball" new courts at East CC • I am the team manager for the Boulder Force soccer team in the Boulder soccer league. I am representing the entire team when I say we enjoy the league. We would like to express our support for continuing the fund the Boulder Parks and Recreation sports leagues. One possible improvement would be to size teams access to practice fields. Lighted fields would allow practicing at off hours. Doug Klingeman 303 550-9483 doug.klin emgan a ginail.com • Repair wall & floor at South R Ball Court - do housekeeping once in a while- The place is a sty PAGE ATTACHMENT B • High School volleyball program for Boulder High girls is fantastic - thank you! • Please continue to offer several different sport options for both adults and youth • EBCC - 2% slope needs to be fixed on North side windscreens near wall. Signs on courts after resurfacing - No hiking shoes • Need to ensure existing tennis courts are in good condition, Baseline courts are heavily used but are in poor condition/dangerous! EBRTC courts - 2 or E side desperately need re-surfacing. I'm sure there are others as well - some of the Centennial courts. Tennis is gaining popularity & there is a shortage of courts, esp weekends and lunch time + after work hours. • Fairview tennis court separation • I love all of available activities! I play VB, Bball and EXPAND Sports Fields • Develop Crestview Park baseball fields • The fields look really nice, they are green and the grass is thick. Keep up the good work. • Boulder County Force supports the development of artificial turf fields. We are aware of the plan to install turf field at East Boulder. While this is a great step in the right direction there will still be demand for more fields. Boulder County Force would like to partner with the parks and rec department to fund the artificial turf field development at Valmont City Park. Please feel free to contact me to discuss this partnership. Doug Klingemann 303 550-9483 doug.klingemann gamail.com Golf - Flatirons • Waste of water • A great convenient facility. A very popular activity, I think, a necessary part of the city's P & R • I do not want to be negative but until we find a way to create ECOLOGICAL Golf course Boulder should really think twice how much they claim to be a GREEN City! ! Dance • I have two girls who have been in the dance program and Expressions for the last 10 years. Director and teachers are exceptional! We are so fortunate to have the caliber of instruction that this program provides! Thank you! Charlotte Schneider • We've a daughter in Jazz express for the 2°d yr now. She dances 3 days a week, one day at each rec center. The leaders of Jazz Exp do an excellent job coaching and improving the girls skills. Their choreography is intelligent and fun, we love it. John • Consider using extra rooms in all recreation centers or schools , RAISE j '_7 ATTACHMENT B • 140 adults weekly in the pottery lab. of various ages & phases know a good thing. Let's keep them using the facility • I couldn't do without the pottery lab! • The pottery program is what makes Boulders' Ree program! It makes Boulder, Boulder so to say! Julia Freburge • I've been laid-off. The pottery lab is one of the things that has saved my sanity and given me some hope during these awful times. Keep it Open! Al Segal • More kids summer classes - already full. • Pottery lab is one of the best communities I've been part of. The people are so friendly and willing to share ideas, tips, resources. We are there to create, to have a way to express ourselves and the classes provide a fantastic structure for learning - personal growth while being part of something bigger. Please keep the lab, expand the lab. Support the amazing staff and this lively community group Jennie Thyatt • Art is what save a society from CHAOS & collapse especially in hard economic tie - The pottery lab is the only art facility for Arts in this city. Please keep us from insanity! • The arts are essential in every community. The pottery lab has turned out some very good artists. The facility is used by a wide variety of people, ages, ethnic background and abilities/disabilities. Nancy Utterback has been influential in transforming the Pottery lab into what it is today. She has worked for over eight years in making it a fun, organized & well staffed with great instructors. Nancy has also brought the lab to a facility that is in compliance with health & safety. I know she works overtime without being compensated. She is an asset to the Potter lab and the City of Boulder. Loretta Cithauck • Let's hope the pottery lab stays a part of P&R! Rob L • I love learning pottery from our excellent staff at the lab! They are very knowledgeable, caring and supportive. • When I moved to Colorado I chose to live in Boulder due to the availability of the Pottery lab!!! Dan Dellagnese • This is one of the gems of Boulder serving all ages, people with disabilities. Keep it Open ! The Pottery lab R • I love to make bowls at pottery. (Sofiar age 4) 1 love that the pottery lab is a multi-generational space where my children and I can all have space to find our creative sides. -Her mom • The pottery labs has made it possible for me to fulfill a lifetime dream after retirement. It has great classes that are very well attended. A great Boulder feature! Calina • I love the pottery lab! It's a great multi-generational activity - good for people of all physical abilities. A great social and community gathering Emily Dick • The pottery lab is a multi-generational facility that has met the artistic needs of children four years old to seniors ninety years old for over 50 years. It is truly a Boulder tradition that must be kept! • One of the best programs going anywhere! Keep it going, make it better, make it the best in county! PAGE 20 ATTACHMENT B • I've been going to the pottery lab for 20 years. I hope I can bring my kids and grandchildren! • As a member of the "senior" community in Boulder - this is the one place I go for my recreation - education & relaxation. • Pottery is community! Our ancient connection to the earth is released into the modern world. Join the community at the Boulder Pottery lab • The pottery lab creates a community of all ages and intellectual levels. Elderlies and challenged person have only the pottery lab to be able to create and be part of the community. It is essential to keep it open and funded. • The pottery lab facility is an amazing resource for Boulder residents and non- residents. The waitlists for classes can be frustrating. I think the pottery lab needs additional space to accommodate all of those who want to take classes. Might also help in making the facility more accessible for elderly & people w/disabilities. • The pottery lab has become one of the most important activities that I can access in Boulder Please ensure this Historic facility remains fully funded! Bill Stufflebeem • The City of Boulder pottery lab is really something to be proud of. I have taken classes since I was a child at the pottery lab and my kids take classes also, now. I am very impressed by the staff and instructors. Their knowledge of ceramics is very impressive and they are all professionals in the field. • Pottery is community. Our ancient connect to the earth is fostered with making pottery. • I'm grateful to the pottery lab & City for having a diverse program. Any age or ability can come together & share & learn and find Joy. • The pottery lab is an essential component of the recreation plan. It is a place where people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds come together to simply make something beautiful. The discourse and conversation is enlightening and a great gift to our community. Tamara Layman • The pottery lab offers wonderful creative opportunities for all generations to come together and Play and express themselves. It would be a shame to loose this gem in the community. • Build a bigger pottery lab or at least a 2°d lab at another location • More kids classes • I want the pottery lab more Fancie Schilling • The pottery program helps ages as a creative outlet. It is essential! • The program the City should always keep is its pottery program. It is unique and open to all ages young, teens, seniors, adults - handicapped, etc... What a wonderful asset for this beautiful city! ! G.H. • Art is an essential part of any recreation program! • The greatest growth in the arts in this country is in vocational arts. The opportunity to grow creatively and personally is an important outlet for people. The pottery lab program offers people a "hands-on" experience as an opportunity to connect with their visual creativity. This is essential. PACE 2-1 ATTACHMENT B • I'm a techie. I've used rec centers and park here in Boulder, but NOTHING has opened up my life the way the pottery lab has. It is an incredible unique asset to Boulder and cannot be replaced. • Potter lab is a wonderful place for senior citizens. The staff was very supportive after my husband died. Keep pottery lab open. Thea Palhch (age 75) • Pottery lab program for people with Brain Injury is wonderful! One of the most effective, calming therapies. • A whole person is not only about exercises and sports. Creativity is what make a community HEALTHY! The pottery lab is not only to stay but to be funded properly. • There is only one pottery lab - It's an important center for activity for the non sporting people. It must be be kept. Thanks • Pottery lab staff very professional and knowledgeable. Historic facility is charming - but a little cramped. • I injured my foot playing soccer and can't play now. I wanted something CREATIVE to do. I wanted to learn a skill ...so I signed up for classes at the Pottery Lab. It has been very calming and a fun learning experience. My martial arts instructor was charged with sexual assault, so I'm not inclined to go back. Also, I just lost my job at the beginning of the month. Please don't take the Pottery Lab from me! It's about all I have left! ! • Please keep the pottery lab. It provides an outlet for those unable to participate in sports and for those who might not have artistic talent, but who like to try. • The pottery lab adds greatly to the diversity of the recreational program in Boulder. DIVERSITY is essential for a he community. Veit J Matt • With plantar fascitus (chronic) this senior citizen is in need of less athletic programs. Keep pottery!! This type of diversity makes Parks and Recreation available to a wider segment of the population. A real plus for Boulder. • The pottery lab has greatly benefited my life and career. It has helped me to come out of my shell & become a participating community member. • I come to the pottery lab several years ago and have continued to develop my pottery skills and emotional health. After losing my full time job of 7 years I wanted a. change and the lab has given me a vehicle to reinvent myself and return to my roots as an art instructor which I had put away to work full time in an office to support myself and raise my two children. • Please support Community Gardens o PAGE Z2- Want to help shape the future o recreation in Boulder? Please give us your input for our Recreation Program and Facilities Plan! Recreation programs, facilities and services are an important part of Boulder's quality of life. The city of Boulder is currently developing a Recreation Program and Facilities Plan to help guide future resource management and decision-making. We'd like to hear about your recreational preferences and priorities to better understand and meet your needs and interests. Please take a few minutes to complete this questionnaire. Your responses will remain completely confidential. If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Sarah DeSouza at 303-413-7205. City of Boulder Recreation facilities include: City of Boulder Recreation programs include: • North, South and East Boulder Recreation Centers • Dance • Spruce and Scott Carpenter outdoor pools . EXPAND • Pottery Lab (recreation programs for people with disabilities) • Boulder Skatepark (at Scott Carpenter Park) • Golf • Boulder Reservoir • Gymnastics • Flatirons Golf Course • Health • Pleasant View, Stazio and East Mapleton Bali Fields • Fitness and Wellness • Salberg Shelter and the Iris Studio • Yoga • Nia and Pilates • Weight Training • Tai Chi • Pottery • Sports (youth and adult) • Summer Camps • Child Care • Swimming • Tennis • Youth Services Initiative (recreation for youth living at city housing sites) Instructions: PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY, COMPLETE ALL 5 QUESTIONS and RETURN to a city of Boulder recreation facility or staff member. THANK YOU! 1. What are the top three things you like about the city of Boulder's recreation programs, facilities or services? , PAGE Z3 2. What are the top three things you dislike about the citys recreation programs, facilities or services? I What are the top three things you'd like to change about the citys recreation programs, facilities or services? < 4. Is there anything that prevents you from taking advantage of the city's recreation programs, facilities or services? 5. If you have general comments regarding the citys recreation programs, facilities or services, please comment here: Please submit your e-mail address if you would like information or notification about future public meetings on the Recreation Program and Facilities Plan and periodic updates on our programs and facilities. Your e-mail address: Thank you for your time and support for the city of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department. PAGE Z4 Quiere / 1 / / / • 1 / 1 / • / i • • ' • Boulder? ]Por favor, comparta con nosotros su opini6n pars nuestro Programa de Recreaci6n y Plan de Instalaciones! Los programas, las instalaciones y los servicios recreativos son una parte importante de la calidad de la vida en Boulder. La Ciudad de Boulder esta desarrollando actualmente un Programa de Recreacion y Plan de Instalaciones para ayudar a guiar el manejo y la toma de decisiones de los recursos en el futuro. Nos gustaria o(r sus preferencias y prioridades recreativas, para asi poder entender mejor y satisfacer sus necesidades a intereses. Por favor, tome unos cuantos minutos de su tiempo para llenar este cuestionario. Sus respuestas serin confidenciales. Si usted tiene alguna pregunta sobre esta encuesta, por favor contacte a Sarah DeSouza al 303-413-7205. Las instalaciones recreativas de la Ciudad Los programas recreativos de la Ciudad de Boulder incluyen: de Boulder incluyen: • Centros de Recreacion del Norte, Sur y Este de • Baile Boulder ; • EXPAND (programas recreativos para personas • Piscinas al aire libre Spruce y Scott Carpenter discapacitadas) • Taller de CerAmica • Golf • Boulder Skatepark (en el Parque Scott Carpenter) • Gimnasia • Boulder Reservoir • Salud • Campo de Golf Flatirons • Forma Fisica y Bienestar • Campos de Beisbol Pleasant View, Stazio y East • Yoga Mapleton • Nia y Pilates • Salberg Shelter y el Iris Studio • Entrenamiento de Pesas • Tai Chi • Ceramica • Deportes (j6venes y adultos) • Campamentos de Verano • Cuidado de Nifios • Nataci6n • Tenis • Iniciativa de Servicios para J6venes (recreaci6n para j6venes que viven en instalaciones de vivienda de la Ciudad) Instrucciones: POR FAVOR, ESCRIBA CLARAMENTE, LLENE LAS 5 PREGUNTAS y DEVUELVA a una instalaci6n recreative de la Ciudad de Boulder o a un empleado. iGracias! I ~Cua'les son las tres cosas ma's importantes que le gustan de los programas, instalaciones o servicios de recreaci6n de Boulder? PAGE Z" 2. ~Cuiles son las tres cosas m'as importantes que no le gustan de Jos programas, instalaciones o servicios de recreacion de la ciudad? 3. ~Cuales son las tres cocas mis importante que le gustaria cambiar de Jos programas, instalaciones o servicios de recreaci6n de la ciudad? 4. tHay algo que le impida hacer use de Jos programas, instalaciones o servicios de recreaci6n de la ciudad? 5. Si usted tiene comentarios generales sobre los programas, instalaciones o servicios de recreaci6n de la Ciudad, por favor indiquelos aqua: Por favor, provea su direcci6n de correo electr6nico si usted desea informaci6n o notificaciones sobre f itu- ras juntas abiertas al publico relacionadas al Programa de Recreaci6n y Plan de Instalaciones a informacibn peri6dica sobre nuestros programas a instalaciones. Su direcci6n de correo electr6nico: Gracias por su tiempo y su apoyo al Departamento de Parques y Recreaci6n de la ciudad de Boulder. PAGE