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Bike Park Master Plan – Site Discussion Mtg #2

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  • 1. Bike Park Master Plan – Site Discussion Meeting #2 October 29, 2009
  • 2. Bike Park Master Plan – Site Discussion Meeting #2
      • Introduce CSD staff/Hilride
      • All attendees
        • Sign in
        • Handouts – Slide show, Response Form
      • Restrooms/cell phones
  • 3. Meeting Agenda
      • Project Background
      • Project Concerns and Mitigation
      • Site #1 and site #2
      • Response Form – Support or oppose site #1 and site #2. Data collected tonight and through Thursday, Nov. 5 on CSD website:
      • www.yourcsd.com
      • Next Steps
        • Site selection report prepared with all community input received
        • Nov. 18, 2009, 6:30pm - CSD Board Meeting – Site selection report - public invited
  • 4. Tonight’s Expectations
      • 1 hour meeting
      • Emphasis on input from nearby residents of site #1 and site #2
      • Goal: Inform and receive feedback on sites
      • Record input and provide to CSD Board. Meeting set for Nov. 18, 2009 for Board to discuss site selection and make recommendation
      • Park design after site is selected
  • 5. Bike Park – Project Background
      • 2006-2009 – CSD Parks Master Plan Update
        • Various community needs including bmx/bike park
        • Many existing facilities for organized sports; none for bmx/bicyclists
      • May 2009 – Bike support group asks CSD to explore bike park feasibility
      • Aug 2009 – Feasibility Report
  • 6. Bike Park Feasibility Report
      • Apparent need for a bike park
      • CSD Bike Park Goals
        • Progression-based amenities for beginner, intermediate, possibly advanced cyclists
        • Low maintenance – high volunteer involvement
        • Unstaffed
      • Evaluated 80+ sites. Top 3 sites identified
        • Powerline Corridor Site #1
        • Powerline Corridor Site #2
        • Morse Park (temporary location)
  • 7. CSD Board Direction-Aug 2009
      • Develop Bike Park Master Plan
        • Community outreach – verify riding community support
        • Community outreach – site discussion/selection
        • Community outreach – master plan design
        • Environmental review
      • Funding identified for master plan process
      • No construction funding until completion of master plan
  • 8. Community Outreach
      • Sep 28, 2009 – Riding community mtg
        • Project overview (feasibility study, master plan process)
        • Review of other bike parks
        • 105 attendees
        • 45 volunteers – trail construction,
        • maintenance
        • Rider Survey – 80 respondents
    105 Total 25 No survey 11 45+ 17 31-44 0 18-30 42 13-17 9 8-12 1 0-7 # Age 9/28 Mtg 0 Professional 4 Expert 20 Advanced 23 Intermediate 11 Beginner 55 BMX 16 Mountain Bike Rider Profile
  • 9. Community Outreach
      • Oct 6, 2009 - Site discussion mtg
        • Project overview (feasibility study, master plan process)
        • Site overview
        • Site concerns expressed and noted
        • Limited number of nearby residents
          • More descriptive flier requested - photos
          • Mail to owner name, not “Current Resident”
          • CSD decision to conduct 2nd mtg - seek more input
      • Oct 29, 2009 - Site discussion mtg #2
      • Nov 18, 2009 – CSD Board mtg
        • Site selection report and recommendation
        • Public comment
        • Board direction on site selection
  • 10. Typical Bike Park Amenities
      • Actual amenities determined in master plan design process
    Loop trails Elevated trails
  • 11. Typical Bike Park Amenities
      • Actual amenities determined in master plan design process
    Dirt Jumps Shade Structure and seating
  • 12. Typical Bike Park Amenities
      • Actual amenities determined in master plan design process
    Pump Tracks
  • 13. Typical Bike Park Amenities
      • Other possible amenities
        • Drinking fountain
        • Tool enclosure (rakes, shoves, hoses)
        • Fencing
        • Parking
        • Security camera
      • Amenities/Activities not included
        • Night use lighting – cost, not appropriate for neighborhood
        • BMX race track – cost, not appropriate for neighborhood
  • 14. Concerns and Mitigation
      • Noise/After hours use
      • Dust
      • Crime/Graffiti
      • Trash
      • Funding - construction & maintenance
      • Inappropriate use (i.e., motorcycles)
      • Proximity to homes
      • Land Use/Environmental
      • Access/Parking/Traffic
  • 15.
    • Noise/After Hours Use
      • Posted hours of use
      • Non-lighted facility
      • EGPD – no issues in
      • Folsom, Fremont, Pleasanton
  • 16.
    • Dust
      • Regular watering, maintenance by volunteers, buffer landscaping
  • 17.
    • Crime/Graffiti
      • Programmed activity discourages “hanging out”
      • EGPD and CSD security will have a presence
      • Security camera a possibility
  • 18.
    • Trash – garbage cans on site
  • 19.
    • Construction funding
      • Estimated cost: $175,000 - $250,000 before donations
      • Funding not approved yet. Proposal for use of existing East Elk Grove maintenance assessment reserve funds allocated for capital improvements
      • Cost determined as part of master plan design
    • Maintenance funding
      • Estimated annual cost: $20,000 - $30,000
      • Funding not approved yet. Proposal for use of existing East Elk Grove maintenance assessment funds
  • 20.
    • Donations/Volunteers
      • Construction materials, equipment
      • Construction labor
      • Maintenance – labor and materials
  • 21.
    • Inappropriate Use (i.e., motorcycles)
      • Posted rules
      • Coordination with
        • EGPD
        • CSD security patrol
        • Neighborhood Watch
  • 22.
    • Proximity to homes
      • Landscape buffer for visual screening
      • Correct placement of amenities
    • Access/Parking/Traffic
      • Access thru control points – fencing, landscape
      • Parking evaluated in environmental analysis and can be incorporated in master plan design as appropriate
    • Land Use/Environmental
      • Zoning - Open space, includes park uses
      • Biological assessment – no wetlands
  • 23.
    • Calabazas Bike Park – San Jose
      • 2 acre bike park
      • Dirt jumps, pump track
      • Adjacent to creekway
      • and school
      • Proximity to homes:
        • 25 homes within
        • 100 feet of site-
        • back on, front on
        • Landscape buffer used
      • Access
        • Fencing, gated opening
        • On-street parking
  • 24.
    • Calabazas Bike Park – San Jose
      • Proximity
      • Access, Security
  • 25.
    • Calabazas Bike Park – San Jose
      • Trash cans, signage
      • Landscaping,
      • homes in background
  • 26.
    • BMX Track - Livermore
      • 2 acre bike track within
      • 14 acre community park
        • BMX race track
        • 2 baseball fields
        • 1 soccer field
      • Adjacent to bike trail
      • Proximity to homes:
        • 7 homes 175 to 300
        • feet from site
        • Limited landscaping
      • Access
        • Fencing, gated opening
        • Off-street parking
  • 27.
    • BMX Track - Livermore
      • Drinking fountain, off street parking, limited landscaping at bike park
      • Fence, landscape buffer
  • 28.
    • Cummings Family Park – Folsom, CA
      • 2 acre bike park within
      • 12 acre park
        • Dirt jumps, pump track
        • Skate Park
        • Dog park
        • Basketball
        • Rock playground
      • Under Powerline corridor
      • Proximity to homes:
        • Homes 500+ feet
        • from site
        • Landscape buffer used
      • Access
        • Fencing, gated opening
        • Admission required
        • Off-street parking
  • 29.
    • Cummings Family Park – Folsom, CA
      • Powerline Corridor
  • 30.
    • Cummings Family Park – Folsom, CA
      • Parent involvement, landscaping for dust control
  • 31.  
  • 32.  
  • 33.
    • Response Form –
    • Bike Park Site Selection
      • Express support or opposition for site #1 and site #2
      • Response Form online through Thursday, Nov. 5 at www.yourcsd.com
      • Anyone can vote
      • Forms recorded as:
        • Nearby resident
        • Community-at-large
  • 34.
    • Questions/Comments
    • Next Meeting
    • Site selection report and recommendation
    • CSD Board Meeting
    • Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2009, 6:30pm
    • 8820 Elk Grove Boulevard