Lick Creek Hike & Bike Trail Update

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Lick Creek Hike & Bike Trail Update

  1. 1. Lick Creek Greenway TrailPreliminary Design Study City Council Meeting May 24, 2012
  2. 2. Background• 2002 – Proposed in the Bikeway and Pedestrian Master Plan• 2004 – Prioritized by the Hike and Bike Task Force and adopted by City Council as a High Priority• 2008 – Funding included in bond referendum approved by voters ($4.4 million)• 2011 – Awarded contract to Halff Associates, Inc. to conduct a preliminary design study
  3. 3. Preliminary Design Study Project Scope Research and evaluate existing and future conditions Identify and evaluate three (3) alternative routes Develop construction cost estimate Public input and engagement Identify preferred route option
  4. 4. Public Participation Schedule December 3, 2011  Stakeholder meeting with SpringBrook and Pebble Creek HOAs to hear specific concerns and desires January 23rd and 25th  Present, discuss, and gather input on the three alternative alignments March 19th  Present and discuss the proposed preferred alignment
  5. 5. Alternative Routes Include map
  6. 6. Segment A
  7. 7. Segment B
  8. 8. Segment C
  9. 9. Trail Development Considerations Items considered were:  Safety  Trail experience  Connection to thoroughfares & existing facilities  Environmental and floodplain impacts  Future development  Cost  Public input
  10. 10. Public Engagement 145 people attended the January 23rd and 25th meetings to offer feedback on the route alternatives
  11. 11. Survey Results  Segment B: Segment A:  Option 1 – 78.6%  Option 1 – 43.7%  Option 2 – 21.4%  Option 2 – 35.4%  Option 3 – 14.6%  Segment C:  Option 4 – 6.3%  Option 1 – 93.3%  Option 2 – 6.7%
  12. 12. March 19th Meeting Approximately 59 people in attendance Of the questionnaires returned regarding the preferred route:  Segment A – 57.9% in favor  Segment B – 80% in favor  Segment C – 72.7% in favor
  13. 13. Preferred Route
  14. 14. Segment A
  15. 15. Segment B
  16. 16. Segment C
  17. 17. Cost Estimate Segment A Segment B Segment C TotalOption 1 $1,291,000 $1,593,000 $773,000 $3,657,000(preferred)Option 2 $901,000 “ “ $3,267,000Option 3 $752,000 “ “ $3,118,000Option 4 $1,134,000 “ “ $3,500,000
  18. 18. Land Dedication In April, the SpringBrook HOA voted on a proposition to allow the HOA Board to negotiate with the City to dedicate 18 acres of common area  Majority of the HOA voted to approve the dedication by a narrow margin Some homeowners in the neighborhood strongly oppose the land dedication Neighborhood and HOA continue to address issues related to the land dedication
  19. 19. Next Steps Council may consider an item in the future to accept the 18 acres of common area If the Council does not want to accept the 18 acres of common area, the design can proceed with one of the alternative routes Detail Design Bidding & Construction
  20. 20. REFERENCE MATERIAL
  21. 21. O&M CostsGreenbelt Option On-Street Option Annual: $66,328  Annual: $32,910  Routine Maintenance:  Routine Maintenance: $49,491 $25,058  Intermittent  Intermittent Maintenance: $16,837 Maintenance: $7,852

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