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Master Plan for MacDonald Park. A Cosumnes Community Services District Project.

Master Plan for MacDonald Park. A Cosumnes Community Services District Project.

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  • MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN PRESENTATION
  • MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN
  • PARK SITE WE ARE HERE
  • FUNDING
    • PARK CONSTRUCTION
    • DEVELOPER/PARK IMPACT FEES
    • EASTERN ELK GROVE FINANCE PLAN
    • $470,000 CONSTRUCTION BUDGET
    • PARK MAINTENANCE
    • LANDSCAPE & LIGHTING ASSESSMENTS - $115/YEAR
    • MAINTENANCE OF 10 PARKS TOTALING 58 ACRES AND
    • 17 ACRES OF LANDSCAPE CORRIDORS
    MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN
  • Why is it taking so long to build the rest of our park?!
  • THE GOOD NEWS
    • The CSD has $470,000 of Park Impact Fees to build
    • MacDonald Park Phase 2
    • Park development funds cannot be used for maintenance costs.
    • It would be fiscally irresponsible of the CSD to proceed with the
    • construction of a park that they cannot afford to maintain.
    THE NOT-SO-GOOD NEWS
    • The CSD does not yet own the park site.
    • Landscape and Lighting (L&L) assessments pay for park
    • maintenance. Current L&L assessments are not enough to
    • maintain Park Site B – Sheldon Place.
    • Proposition 218 was passed by the voters of California in 1996.
    • In the last 11 years, maintenance costs have risen at a rate that
    • has exceeded the CPI, typically 2 – 4%, and the District cannot
    • assume the maintenance of new parkland with the current
    • available funding.
    • The proposition prohibits raising assessments at a rate that
    • exceeds the CPI (Consumer Price Index) without a balloted vote.
    HOW DID THIS HAPPEN?
    • The assessment rate is 11 years old. Rates were determined prior
    • to build out of the benefit zone and before Sheldon Place was a
    • subdivision. There was no method for anticipating future parks.
  • WHAT ARE OUR OPTIONS?
  • OPTION #1 The ‘do nothing’ option - do not build the park.
  • OPTION #2
    • The CSD is asking property owners in your area to vote on a new
    • park maintenance assessment.
    • Passing this measure would allow CSD design staff to proceed
    • with preparation of construction documents.
    • If passed, maintenance funding would be available for this park
    • and other parks in the area.
  • MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN
    • The Elk Grove West
    • Vineyard Park Assessment
    • will be $96 annually or
    • about $8 per month.
    • 51% of the returned ballots
    • must vote ‘yes’ on this
    • measure for passage.
    • Ballots will be arriving
    • May 1 and must be
    • returned by June 17
    • If this measure fails, the construction of MacDonald Phase 2 –
    • will be postponed indefinitely.
  • MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN Community Forum Thursday, April 23 rd 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Elk Grove Elementary 9373 Crowell Drive
  • MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN MACDONALD PARK – PHASE 2 1.1 ACRES
    • CSD PARK DESIGN PRINCIPLES
    • These park design principles are taken from the CSD’s Draft Master Plan.
    • MACDONALD PARK IS DEFINED AS A LOCAL PARK.
    • SIZE – LOCAL PARKS GENERALLY RANGE IN SIZE FROM 1,500 S.F. TO 3
    • ACRES IN SIZE. THE PARK SITE IS 2.2 ACRES.
    • A LOCAL PARK TYPICALLY INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING AMENITIES:
      • SMALL PLAYGROUNDS TARGETED FOR AGES 2-5 AND 5-12
      • SOME SHADED PLAY ELEMENTS
      • SMALL SPORT COURTS/PRACTICE FIELD
      • SMALL PICNIC SHELTER
      • SWINGS
      • BENCHES
      • LANDSCAPING
      • ADA COMPLIANT AMENITIES
    • LAND USAGE – 90% ACTIVE/10% PASSIVE
    • LIGHTING – SECURITY LIGHTING ONLY
    PARK DESIGN PRINCIPLES MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN
  • REMOVE EXISITNG WALKWAYS BENCH TYP. REMOVE PORTION OF EXISTING TRAIL BUFFER PLANTING TRAIL INTERPRETIVE SIGNAGE MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN WHITEHOUSE CREEK BECKINGTON DRIVE SPRING AZURE WAY CONTINUE TRAIL TO BECKINGTON DRIVE MOUNDING SHADE STRUCTURE W/ PICNIC TABLES OPEN GRASS AREA EXISTING PARK BIKE RACKS NEW ADA COMPLIANT PATHWAYS TO TOT LOT EXISTING TOT LOT RENOVATE EXISTING PARK SIGN REPLACE SAND W/ FIBER IN TOT LOT EXISTING DRINKING FOUNTAIN PROPOSED TREES TYP. PLANTING AREA TYP.
  • MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN BECKINGTON DRIVE SPRING AZURE WAY
  • MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN BECKINGTON DRIVE SPRING AZURE WAY
  • MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN REMOVE EXISTING TRAIL SPUR NEW PAVED TRAIL PLANTING AREA INTERPRETATIVE SIGNAGE Trail Area
  • MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN BECKINGTON DRIVE SPRING AZURE WAY
  • MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN REPLACE SAND WITH WOOD FIBER NEW ADA COMPLIANT ACCESS RENOVATE PARK SIGN Existing Tot Lot Area EXISTING PLAY EQUIPMENT (1997) WOOD FIBER EXISTING PLAY EQUIPMENT IS ADA COMPLIANT
  • MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN Landscaping OPEN GRASSED AREA
    • SHADE TREES
    • SHRUBS AND GROUNDCOVERS – LOW
    • GROWING, LOW MAINTENANCE AND
    • LOW WATER USE
    • SEASONAL CHANGE - FLOWERS AND
    • LEAF COLOR
    • MOUNDING
    • LARGE OPEN GRASSED AREA FOR
    • INFORMAL PLAY
    • NEXT STEPS IF 218 ASSESSMENT VOTE PASSES
    • CSD Board to approve Master Plan - July 2009
    • Plans & Specifications – Winter/Spring 2010
    • Bidding Process – Spring 2010
    • Construction - Summer/Fall 2010
    • Maintenance - Period Winter/Spring 2010-11
    • Park Open to public – Spring 2011
    MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN
  • REMOVE EXISITNG WALKWAYS BENCH TYP. REMOVE PORTION OF EXISTING TRAIL BUFFER PLANTING TRAIL INTERPRETIVE SIGNAGE MACDONALD PARK PHASE 2 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN WHITEHOUSE CREEK BECKINGTON DRIVE SPRING AZURE WAY CONTINUE TRAIL TO BECKINGTON DRIVE MOUNDING SHADE STRUCTURE W/ PICNIC TABLES OPEN GRASS AREA EXISTING PARK BIKE RACKS NEW ADA COMPLIANT PATHWAYS TO TOT LOT EXISTING TOT LOT RENOVATE EXISTING PARK SIGN REPLACE SAND W/ FIBER IN TOT LOT EXISTING DRINKING FOUNTAIN PROPOSED TREES TYP. PLANTING AREA TYP.