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Lake Nasworthy Redevelopment Initiative Presentation - Gateway San Angelo Community meeting 5.2.13 Lake Nasworthy Redevelopment Initiative Presentation - Gateway San Angelo Community meeting 5.2.13 Presentation Transcript

  • Lake NasworthyRedevelopmentInitiativeMay 2, 2013The designs and concepts in this presentation are for illustrative purposes only.
  • Linking Neighborhoodsand TourismPARCPeter A. Ravella Consulting, LLC
  • This Teamunderstandsinteractivewaterfronts
  • 3.2.1 Master Plan Elementsa. Overall Lake Area Vision Frameworkb. Neighborhood context zones/development planc. Integrated Parks Plan/Trails elementsd. Site Plan Concept for Mary Lee Park/Marina Areae. Shoreline preservation/reinvention planf. Boat access and activities/events plang. Major event location planh. Preservation/Heritage Tourism/Camp Area Plani. Regional Access/Local Street Planj. Potential Heritage tourism exposition center and urbanlakeshore node/restaurants/all else, with waterway inlet/shortcanal from Lakek. Potential bridge lighting, other architectural and art elements
  • • Capturing market• Resolving complex community interests• Design for implementation• Focus on locals as touristsOur Approach
  • RegionalLeveraging• The Airport• A stable and growing market• Great location in West Texas
  • ActivityUnder 25Miles25 to 50Miles50 to 100Miles TotalUnder25 Miles25 to 50Miles50 to 100MilesUnder 25Miles25 to 50Miles50 to 100MilesBicycling (road) 7,492 1,111 18,115 26,718 9 6 7 93 62 75Boating (power) 5,099 980 14,299 20,378 6 5 6 99 86 93Canoeing/kayaking 4,015 674 10,192 14,881 5 4 4 100 76 85Fishing (fresh water) 12,048 3,126 38,691 53,865 14 17 15 110 129 118Horseback riding 2,824 912 8,999 12,735 3 5 4 111 163 119Jogging/running 8,208 1,139 18,828 28,175 10 6 8 93 58 71Swimming 15,051 3,216 42,813 61,080 18 17 17 93 90 88Walking for exercise 23,185 5,252 66,063 94,500 28 28 26 93 96 89Dined out 2-3 times/month 9,585 2,429 27,007 39,021 11 13 11 100 114 94Concert in last year 18,920 3,620 48,808 71,348 23 20 20 95 83 82Birdwatched in last year 5,336 1,581 16,315 23,232 6 9 7 103 138 105National IndexSelected Possible Lake Related ActivitiesParticipants Percent of PopulationLots of local potentialfor active recreation
  • An economicdevelopmentopportunity• Water, the universal pleasure in West Texas• Quality of life for the community• Leveraging key institutions as partners
  • Resolving ComplexCommunityInterests• Property Rights• City, State and Federal Lands• Neighborhood Integrity
  • Community Inputand Perspectives
  • 051015202530Walking/Hiking/RunningBiking-Mountain/CyclingCamping/RVBirdingArcheryDiscGolfShoreFishingEquestrianWaterSkiingFishingDragBoat,WakeBoard&Race…BoatCruisesKayak&CanoeWindSurfingPara-sailing(proposed)Sailing/SailingSchoolNon-Motorized Upland Motorized Water Sports Non-MotorizedWater SportsRecreational Activity Popularity or Preference(based on input)Weight/ScoreCommunity Input and Perspective
  • Community Input and PerspectiveIdentity• “We have the unique opportunity to fill the needs in a way that complimentsour city’s history, landscape, and West Texas country character.
  • Community Input and PerspectiveDevelopment and Improvements• “Promote community wellness, look into unused land, extension ofbike and pedestrian trails”
  • Community Input and PerspectiveAccess and Mobility• “A carefully planned public-private partnership that results in a functionalblend of improved lake access and supporting infrastructure forresidents, open space/greenbelt areas, selectively approved economicdevelopment activities by private investors that do not negatively impactexisting recreational activities for San Angelo residents, and non-motorizedconnectivity enhancements that mitigate motorized vehicle traffic issuesand promote increased physical activity on the part of residents andvisitors.”
  • Framework Plan
  • Lake Nasworthy Character ZonesSpecial OpportunityNature/ EducationAction SportsHarbor VillageExistingNeighborhoodsCommunity Activity
  • Harbor Village
  • Nature/Education
  • Action Sports
  • Special Opportunity
  • Community Activity
  • Integrated Trail System
  • Integrated Trail Plan
  • Low Impact Trailhead
  • Heritage Center
  • Heritage Interpretive Center
  • Heritage Interpretive Center• Celebration San Angelo• The Great ConchoRivers Adventure• San Angelo HeritageAdventure Franconia Notch Visitors CenterPossible Names for the Center
  • Heritage Interpretive Center• Water in West Texas• Regional Economy• Energy Resourcesand EnvironmentalSustainability• River & Lake Recreation• Cultural & Historic Legacies• Environmental Resources & SustainabilityPrincipal ThemesErie Canal Heritage Interpretive Center
  • Heritage Interpretive Center• All-age appeal, regionalinterest, heritage tourism• San Angelo civic pride,economic benefit• Publicizing San Angelo’sunique assets to the U.S. SouthwestOutcomesEl Cielo Biosphere Reserve Educational Center
  • Nature Education
  • Nature Center Concept
  • Harbor-side Village
  • Harbor-side Village
  • Neighborhood Preservation
  • Harbor-side Village
  • A game-changinginitiative