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    Community Parkland Need Acquisition Community Parkland Need Acquisition Presentation Transcript

    • Parks and Recreation Department Community Parkland Needs Resolution & Acquisition February 13, 2014 1
    • Community Parkland  Needs Resolution for Parkland  Parks & Recreation Master Plan: 2011-2020     Indicates a need for one additional Community Park Currently no Community Parks in west area of city Minimum size considered is 30 – 50 acre range; more if possible Top 3 Activities Identified in recent Needs Survey    Places and opportunities to run, walk, & exercise Water Activities Nature and nature-based activities 2
    • Community Parkland  Park Amenities (possibilities)       Trail System, Natural Areas, Ponds Dog Park, 18 hole Disc Golf Course Playgrounds, Pavilions, Picnic Areas BMX Track, Mountain Bike Trails Lighted Athletic Fields (Baseball, Softball, Soccer, Football, etc.) Tennis, Basketball, & Volleyball Courts 3
    • Community Parkland  Funding Sources     Parkland Dedication Neighborhood Zone 15 Parkland Dedication Community Zone B Bond 2008 Revolving Parkland Fund Possible use of Greenways funds 4
    • Community Parkland  General Location  Focus on West side of College Station   Funding available in Parkland Dedication Zone 15 & Zone B (West side of College Station) Several properties identified totaling approximately 115 acres 5
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    • Parks and Recreation Department DICUSSION 8
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