Stonelake Park Amenity Workshop #2 - Cosumnes CSD

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Stonelake Park Amenity Workshop #2 - Cosumnes CSD

  1. 1. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2
  2. 2. PARK SITEWE ARE HERE
  3. 3. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP # 2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP # 2 Staff presented a list of possible amenity/locationStaff presented a list of possible amenity/locationoptions (15 amenities, 3 park locations)options (15 amenities, 3 park locations) ($360,000) Funds are available($360,000) Funds are available Stonelake residents asked to vote for amenitiesStonelake residents asked to vote for amenitiesand location. (2 weeks online)and location. (2 weeks online)Stonelake Park AmenityStonelake Park AmenityMarch 13March 13ththMeeting RecapMeeting Recap
  4. 4. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2Types of Park Amenities in Survey VoteTypes of Park Amenities in Survey Vote Bocce Ball CourtBocce Ball Court Horseshoes PitHorseshoes Pit Meditation/ plazaMeditation/ plaza Basketball Court (Half Court)Basketball Court (Half Court) Skate Elements (street)Skate Elements (street) Adult Fitness (2)Adult Fitness (2) Putting GreenPutting Green Small Playground (Swings)Small Playground (Swings) Landscape ImprovementsLandscape ImprovementsSmall - $110,000Small - $110,000Medium- $110,000 – 220,000Medium- $110,000 – 220,000 Picnic Area w/ Shade ShelterPicnic Area w/ Shade Shelter Small Water PlaySmall Water Play Volleyball Court (synthetic)Volleyball Court (synthetic) Tennis CourtTennis CourtHigh- $220,000 – 330,000High- $220,000 – 330,000 Playground AdditionPlayground Addition Dog ParkDog Park Large Skate Element (Bowl)Large Skate Element (Bowl)
  5. 5. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP # 2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP # 2 CSD received a total of 145 valid votes (excl multiple per household)CSD received a total of 145 valid votes (excl multiple per household) Dog Park at Nottoli 51 votes (all parks – 61)Dog Park at Nottoli 51 votes (all parks – 61) Small Water Play at Nottoli 40 votes (all parks – 68)Small Water Play at Nottoli 40 votes (all parks – 68) Playground Upgrade at Nottoli 35 votes (all parks – 70)Playground Upgrade at Nottoli 35 votes (all parks – 70) Other ideas – Pathway connection to schoolOther ideas – Pathway connection to schoolStonelake Park AmenityStonelake Park AmenityVoting RecapVoting Recap
  6. 6. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2 Voting goal – to find out the most/least desired amenity/amenities only.Voting goal – to find out the most/least desired amenity/amenities only.(more like a survey/poll not an election)(more like a survey/poll not an election) No one amenity received a majority (50% or more)No one amenity received a majority (50% or more) Three amenities received the most votesThree amenities received the most votes Small Water PlaySmall Water Play Dog ParkDog Park Playground UpgradePlayground Upgrade CSD proposes three options that address communityCSD proposes three options that address communitypreferences/differences based on voting – consensus planspreferences/differences based on voting – consensus plans Each option includes two amenities reduced in size from originalEach option includes two amenities reduced in size from original All options are at Nottoli ParkAll options are at Nottoli Park All options include pathway connection to Elliot Ranch Elementary SchoolAll options include pathway connection to Elliot Ranch Elementary SchoolAnalysisAnalysis
  7. 7. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2Option 1 Playground/Dog ParkOption 1 Playground/Dog Park
  8. 8. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2Option 1 Playground designOption 1 Playground design Existing is mostly 5-12Existing is mostly 5-12 New 2-5 play areaNew 2-5 play area New play area separateNew play area separate Tot swingsTot swings Mostly wood fiberMostly wood fiber Shade integral to play structureShade integral to play structure
  9. 9. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2Option 1 Dog Park designOption 1 Dog Park design Approx 3/4 acreApprox 3/4 acre Separate Small/Large DogSeparate Small/Large Dog Buffer plantingBuffer planting 6ft high black vinyl chain link6ft high black vinyl chain link Benches/WaterBenches/Water Natural turf / some DGNatural turf / some DG Concrete entrance areasConcrete entrance areas Include existing trees for shadeInclude existing trees for shade
  10. 10. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2Option 2 Sprayground/ Dog ParkOption 2 Sprayground/ Dog Park
  11. 11. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2Option 2 Sprayground DesignOption 2 Sprayground Design Small water featuresSmall water features Low water usage – drain awayLow water usage – drain away Concrete surface.Concrete surface. Seat WallsSeat Walls ShadeShade Buffer PlantingBuffer Planting
  12. 12. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2Option 3 Sprayground/ PlaygroundOption 3 Sprayground/ Playground Water play and playground areas integratedWater play and playground areas integratedinto one complete layoutinto one complete layout Additional landscape treatmentAdditional landscape treatment
  13. 13. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2Voting for OptionsVoting for Options Residents to choose just one optionResidents to choose just one option Voting – hard copy or on line atVoting – hard copy or on line athttp://www.yourcsd.com/parks/park_development.asphttp://www.yourcsd.com/parks/park_development.asp Voting open for 2 weeks (closes May 9Voting open for 2 weeks (closes May 9thth)) Results available approx. May 15Results available approx. May 15thth If votes are close CSD Board will decide on final optionIf votes are close CSD Board will decide on final option(public hearing)(public hearing)
  14. 14. STONELAKE PARK AMENITYSTONELAKE PARK AMENITYCOMMUNITY WORKSHOP # 2COMMUNITY WORKSHOP # 2Next StepsNext Steps Analysis of Votes – Staff recommendation for one optionAnalysis of Votes – Staff recommendation for one option CSD Board Approval at Regular Board Meeting (estimate June 19CSD Board Approval at Regular Board Meeting (estimate June 19ththopen toopen topublic).public). (CEQA) Some community members have expressed concern over(CEQA) Some community members have expressed concern overenvironmental impacts of the project. Depending on the level ofenvironmental impacts of the project. Depending on the level ofobjections this process could take anywhere from two months to 12objections this process could take anywhere from two months to 12months or longer. (Project delayed)months or longer. (Project delayed) Construction Documents Fall 2013Construction Documents Fall 2013 Out to Bid Winter/Spring 2014Out to Bid Winter/Spring 2014 Construction Spring/Summer 2014Construction Spring/Summer 2014 Open to public Summer/Fall 2014Open to public Summer/Fall 2014

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