Stonelake Park Amenity Workshop - Cosumnes CSD

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Stonelake Park Amenity Workshop - Cosumnes CSD

  1. 1. STONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  2. 2. Stonelake Park Amenity Background 2011 Stonelake Residents - request for a dog park at Nottoli Park Brief site analysis reveals project is buildable ($360,000) Funds are available but with restrictions April 2012 CSD Board Approves Nexus Study to add dog park to finance plan Project placed on 12/13CIP STONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  3. 3. Background/History Community Outreach to validate need receive input 1st Meeting on January 23rd cancelled Concerns from residents that the initial flyers were biased toward the dog park outcome CSD revised flyers and scheduled new meeting for March 13th STONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  4. 4. WE ARE HERE PARK SITE
  5. 5. Stonelake Park (3) Locations  Nottoli  Houde  Henderson Houde NottoliHenderson STONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  6. 6. Nottoli Community Park Amenities  21 acres  Lighted Soccer field  Lighted Baseball field  Softball/Soccer field  Playground  Picnic Area w/Shade Shelter (2)  Restroom  Parking Lot  Walking TrailSTONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  7. 7. Henderson Park Amenities  2.2 acres  Playground  Shade Shelter  Open Turf AreaSTONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  8. 8. Houde Park Amenities  4.2 acres Playground  Shade Shelter  Open Turf Area  Tennis Court  Basketball CourtSTONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  9. 9. Types of Park Amenities Medium- $110,000 – 220,000  Picnic Area w/ Shade ShelterSmall - $110,000  Small Water Play  Bocce Ball Court  Volleyball Court (synthetic)  Horseshoes Pit  Tennis Court  Meditation/ plaza  Basketball Court (Half Court)  Skate Elements (street)  Adult Fitness (2) High- $220,000 – 330,000  Putting Green  Playground Addition  Small Playground (Swings)  Dog Park  Landscape Improvements  Large Skate Element (Bowl) STONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  10. 10. Playground Addition  NOTTOLI PARK – LARGE  OTHER PARKS – SMALL ADDITION (SWINGS, SAND)  NEW EQUIPMENT/SURFACING AVAILABLE  CLIMBING NETS, BOULDERS, SPINNERS,  THEMED SCULPTURAL CLIMBERSSTONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  11. 11. WATER PLAYAREA Small Water Play ROCK RIVER  DRAIN AWAY BENCHES  SMALL WATER PLAY ELEMENTS ONLY SEATWALLCLIMBING ROCKS  STEPHENSON, BACKER PARKS STONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  12. 12. Dog Park  PROVIDE 1 TO 1.5 ACRES  DIVIDED AREAS FOR SMALL AND LARGE DOGS  WATER, SHADE, FENCES AND OTHER AMENITIES  ARTIFICIAL TURF SURFACINGSTONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  13. 13. Small Park Amenities  HORSESHOE COURTS  BOCCE BALL  HALF-COURT BASKETBALL  ARTIFICIAL TURF PUTTING GREENSTONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  14. 14. Skate Elements  LARGE – SKATE BOWL (MORSE)  SMALL – STREET ELEMENTS  SAFE/LEGALSTONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  15. 15. Adult Fitness  LOOP TRAILS (WITHIN PARK)  SOFT, ALL-WEATHER SURFACES  ADULT FITNESS STATIONS WALKING/JOGGING TRAILADULT FITNESSSTATION STONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  16. 16. Meditation/passive areas BENCH LABYRINTH OPEN MEDITATION AREA REFLEXOLOGY PATH OPEN GRASSED AREA  MEDITATION  QUIET SEATING  LABYRINTH  TAI CHI OR CHI GONG  YOGA  REFLEXOLOGY PATH  PEACEFUL PLANTINGSSTONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  17. 17. Picnic areas w/ shelters LARGE GRASSY MOUND WITH SHADE TREES DECOMPOSED GRANITE SURFACING LARGE MULTI-LEVEL SHADE STRUCTURE WITH TEN (10) PICNIC TABLES AND GROUP BARBECUE FACILITIES  ENLARGE EXISTING AREAS W/ NEW SHELTER  CREATE NEW SEPARATE SHELTER AND PICNIC AREA  BBQS , DG AND CONCRETE SURFACINGSTONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  18. 18. Landscaping SHADE TREES PRESERVATION OF EXISTING TREES SHRUBS AND GROUNDCOVERS – LOW GROWING AND LOW MAINTENANCE SEASONAL CHANGE - FLOWERS AND LEAF COLOR NATURALISTIC PLANTINGS MOUNDINGSTONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  19. 19. Park Amenity ConstraintsCSD Master Plan - local small parks can only support smallamenities Total funding $360,000 (330,000 excludes soft costs) No/minimal impact on existing uses Spatial Constraints Supporting Amenities/Infrastructure Other Ideas STONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  20. 20. Types of Park AmenitiesSmall - $110,000  Bocce Ball Court Medium- $110,000 – 220,000  Horseshoes Pit  Picnic Area w/ Shade Shelter  Meditation/ plaza  Small Water Play  Basketball Court (Half Court)  Volleyball Court (synthetic)  Skate Elements (street)  Tennis Court  Adult Fitness (2)  Putting Green  Small Playground (Swings) High- $220,000 – 330,000  Landscape Improvements  Playground Addition  Dog Park Other $2,000 - $3000  Large Skate Element (Bowl) Benches Picnic tables STONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  21. 21. Next Steps Complete Survey/Comment Forms or go to www.yourcsd.com. Web Comments (2 weeks) Staff prepare concept plans based on the outcome Community Outreach meeting April 24th CSD Board Approval (Includes Environmental) June/July Construction Drawings August 2013 to Jan 2014 Out to Bid Winter/Spring 2014 Construction Spring/Summer 2014 Open to public Summer/Fall 2014 STONELAKE PARK AMENITY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
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