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City of Dayton Park Improvements - 2014 CIP Funds

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A collaborative effort between Planning & Community Development, Recreation & Youth Services, and Public Works. A review of improvements and strategic planning around the City's green and outdoor …

A collaborative effort between Planning & Community Development, Recreation & Youth Services, and Public Works. A review of improvements and strategic planning around the City's green and outdoor spaces.

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  • 1. PARK IMPROVEMENTS 2014 CIP Funds
  • 2. Introduction • Multi-Department Collaboration • Public Works • Recreation and Youth Services • Planning and Community Development • Park Updates • Work to date • 2014 CIP Implementation Plan • Parks & Open Space Master Plan
  • 3. Work to Date 2013 • Assessment of Basketball & Tennis Courts (City Parks) • 34 parks assessed (out of 64) • Evaluated condition, use, & location to create a priority list • Developed cost estimates for repair, replacement, & demolition • 17 parks chosen for future improvements (2014/2015) • GIS • Inventory of all open space & parks (neighborhood, community, schools) • Inventory of park amenities
  • 4. CIP Implementation Plan • 17 Parks – limited to court repair & replacement • Estimated cost is approximately $1.2M • 2 Phases (2014 & ~2015) • Improvements to last 15 years 2014 • $500,000 awarded # of Parks Basketball Improve Remove Phase 1 8 12 Phase 2 9 11 Total 17 23 Tennis Improve Remove 11 6 2 4 7 2 15 13
  • 5. Park Improvements Map
  • 6. 2014 CIP – Phase 1 Rank Park Basketball Improve Remove Tennis Improve Remove 1 Princeton 2 5 2 Belmont/Lohrey 2 2 3 Jane Newcom 1 2 4 Arlington 2 5 Burkham 2 4 6 Burkhardt 1 2 7 Stuart Patterson 1 8 Residence 1 Total 12 2 0 11 6
  • 7. Phase 2 Rank Park Basketball Improve Remove 9 Bomberger 1 10 Welcome 2 11 McCabe 1 12 College Hill 1 13 Burns Jackson 1 14 Cleveland 1 15 Washington 1 16 Five Oaks 1 17 Mallory 2 Total 11 Tennis Improve Remove 3 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 4 7
  • 8. Princeton Type Resurface Basketball & Tennis* 2 0 Tennis Tennis Remove Basketball Basketball Improve 5* 0
  • 9. Belmont/Lohrey Type Resurface Basketball & Tennis Remove Hockey 2 0 Tennis Tennis Remove Basketball Basketball Improve 2 0
  • 10. Jane Newcom Type Remove Basketball 1 0 Tennis Resurface Basketball & Tennis Improve 2 0 Tennis Basketball
  • 11. Arlington Type 2 0 Tennis Goals Remove Basketball Replace Goals Only Improve 0 0
  • 12. Burkham Type Remove Basketball 2 0 Tennis Resurface Basketball Remove Tennis Improve 0 4 Basketball Previously Removed
  • 13. Burkhardt New Basketball Remove Tennis Type Improve Remove Basketball 1 0 Tennis 0 2 New Basketball
  • 14. Stuart Patterson Improve Remove Basketball 1 0 Tennis Resurface Basketball & Tennis Type 2 0 Previously Removed Tennis Basketball
  • 15. Residence Type 1 0 Tennis Goals Remove Basketball Replace Goals Only Improve 0 0
  • 16. Parks & Open Space Master Plan • Will define our outdoor recreation and open space policy • Serve as an Update to Dayton Parks & Recreation Planning Framework (1975) • Become a component of 2040 Comprehensive Plan update • Use inventory to evaluate use and area demographics for future needs
  • 17. Parks & Open Space Master Plan Timeline Spring 2014 • Define park types found in Dayton • Document examples/current conditions • Benchmark against industry standards Summer 2014 • Demographics data collection/analysis • Collaborate with Five Rivers MetroParks, MVRPC Fall 2014 • Draft plan for comment • Start adoption process

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