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Burien Community Recreation Center Project

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This presentation is about the planning that was done in 2007 for a new community recreation center in the city of Burien, Washington.

This presentation is about the planning that was done in 2007 for a new community recreation center in the city of Burien, Washington.


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  • The purpose of this study is to identify and evaluate the facility requirements to support current and future program needs of the following city programs and facilities:
    •Burien Highline Senior Center
    •Burien Community Center
    •Small Cultural/Performing Arts Theatre
    •Indoor Recreation Aquatics, Indoor Athletics, Fitness, and Passive uses for multiple age groups and interests
    •Culture Arts: Community Theatre, Cultural Enrichment Instruction, Performing Arts, Visual Arts
    Immediate to long range recommendations.
    This study took over a year of hard work by the steering committee to develop findings and recommendation for Council. The desire is to meet Council’s vision “to provide programs serving people of all ages, and quality community facilities.”
    Much like the Town Square planning effort, this study provides a foundation for implementing vision.
    Here we see Burien’s existing facilities. All hand-me-downs from the highline school district of King County.
  • While functional, the BCC and Senior Center are over 50 years old. Programming is very limited do to the conditions and space restrictions.
    The study began by examining existing conditions for programs.
  • Mechanical systems are in poor condition and are very expensive to upgrade. The electrical, plumbing and heating systems need to be replaced.
    Example: for you first car your uncle gives you his 1963 ramble station wagon. You drive it as long as you can, but eventually you will have to replace it.
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    • 1. City of Burien Community Recreation Center
    • 2. Master Plan Background • 2000 PROS Plan Recommended Facility Study • 2002 Senior Center Transferred to City of Burien • 2003 Begin Program and Facilities Plan • 2005 Senior Center Moves to Community Center • 2005 Program and Facility Plan Adopted • 2006 PROS Plan Survey • 2007 Recreation Center Master Plan Process • 2008 Master Plan Accepted by Council
    • 3. 2000 PROS Plan Survey
    • 4. 2000 PROS Plan Recommendation: Study redevelopment of the Burien Community Center The City should conduct a feasibility study on replacing the existing Burien Community Center, including buildings to house the administration of the PaRCS Department, and meeting rooms and facilities for PaRCS Department programs. The study should consider a replacement facility for the Senior Center.
    • 5. 2005 Facility Needs Study BCC Annex BLTBCC Annex Moshier Highline Sr Center
    • 6. Old BCC/ Annex & Sr Ctr Conditions
    • 7. Old BCC / Annex Conditions
    • 8. 2005 Facility Needs Study Recommendation: Replace the existing Burien Community Center with a multipurpose facility that includes family-oriented recreation activities and services for people of many ages. Develop a preliminary facility design and phasing plan Adopt a financing plan Develop bond issue campaign Expand the existing Burien Community Center site over time as parcels to be west become available. Acquire KCLS Burien Library, and design a facility renovation to house appropriate uses including senior, cultural arts, recreation and community services.
    • 9. 2006 PROS Plan Recommendation: Replace the existing Burien Community Center with a multipurpose facility that includes family-oriented recreation activities and services for people of many ages. Develop a preliminary facility design and phasing plan Adopt a financing plan Develop bond issue campaign Expand the existing Burien Community Center site over time as parcels to be west become available. Acquire KCLS Burien Library, and design a facility renovation to house appropriate uses including senior, cultural arts, recreation and community services.
    • 10. 2007-2008 Master Plan Vision & Goals • Replace existing facility with a multigenerational facility that serves people of all ages and abilities • Offer a wide range of activities that promote social interaction, culture, wellness, and recreation for all age groups • A multi-use facility with flexible scheduling and programs • A “civic campus” to serve the recreation and community needs with connectivity to Dottie Harper Park and the Town Square • Character capturing qualities & spirit of Burien
    • 11. 2007-2008 Master Plan Vision & Goals • Green design for the building and site design • Financial and programming partnerships with private and public providers • A facility that can be operated and maintained efficiently while providing outstanding service to its users • Complement but not duplicate services available to the community • A facility that is financially feasible, affordable, and sustainable
    • 12. Master Plan Process PLANNING MEETINGS: July 11-13, 2007 • • • • • • • • • • • • Subject Vision Workshop Development Regulations Staff Interview and Discussion Interviews and Discussion Finances & Capital Project Management Stakeholders & Focus Groups Planning Workshop Public Workshop Facility Operations & Maintenance Youth, Family & Senior Programs Cultural Services Participants PARCS Staff Community Development City Manager Councilmembers Finance Staff Public Works Staff Various Citizen Planning Committee Burien Citizens PARCS Staff PARCS Staff PARCS Staff
    • 13. Master Plan Process PLANNING MEETINGS: August 15-17, 2007 • • • • • • • Subject Cost Recovery Workshop Cultural Programming Interview and Discussion Tour of surrounding properties (Dottie Harper, Library, etc.) Interview and Discussion Superintendent Interview and Discussion administrators Interview and Discussion Athletic Participants PARCS Staff Latino Focus Group Church Trustees School District Hospital YMCA, Highline Club
    • 14. Master Plan Process PLANNING MEETINGS: September 19-21, 2007 • • • • Subject Cost Recovery Discussions Interview and Discussion Survey Discussion Planning Workshop • Public Workshop • Interviews and Discussion CM Participants PARCS Staff Church Trustees Planning Team Citizen Planning Committee Burien Citizens Councilmembers &
    • 15. Burien Community Recreation Center Preliminary Program - Virtual Tour
    • 16. Entry Hall / Reception Reception Registration Access Control Public Relations
    • 17. Lobby / Lounge Views into Activity Areas Informal Gathering Space Place to Meet and Socialize Access to Wi-Fi
    • 18. Juice Bar / Deli Healthy Food Selections Lounge Seating Revenue Generator
    • 19. A Place for Teens Video Games / Multi Media Lounge Seating Computer Access and Study Area Kitchenette
    • 20. Entertainment / Game Area Shared Space Ping Pong, Pool, Foosball Informal Meeting Computer Access
    • 21. Pre-School / Childwatch Children’s Activities Pre-School Access Control Secure Access to Outdoors
    • 22. Pre-School / Childwatch
    • 23. Visiting Services Health Screening Blood Pressure Testing Counseling Legal Advice Tax Professionals
    • 24. Multi-Purpose Classroom Education / Instruction Multi-use Space Adequate Storage Computer Access Divisible Space
    • 25. Arts Classroom Multi-use Programs Fabrics, Drawing and Painting Computer Access Adequate Storage
    • 26. Fitness, Dance & Exercise Rooms
    • 27. Aerobics / Dance Studio Multi-Use Space Group Exercise Yoga Dance Revenue Generator
    • 28. Cardiovascular / Weight Room Cardiovascular, Circuit Training, and Free Weights Wellness / Assessment Room Equipment for Special Needs Serve Youth and Seniors Revenue Generator
    • 29. Meeting / Birthday Party Rooms Birthday Parties Multi-use Space Small Meeting Room Divisible Space Revenue Generator
    • 30. Leisure Pool Concept
    • 31. Firstenburg Community Center Leisure Pool
    • 32. Firstenburg Community Center Leisure Pool & Party Rooms
    • 33. Multi-Use Leisure Pool Family Oriented Beginner Swim Instruction Water Aerobics Lazy River Water Slides Children’s Play Area Revenue Generator
    • 34. Multi-Use Leisure Pool Water Aerobics Warm Water Therapy and Rehabilitation Hospital Partnership Opportunity
    • 35. Spa Social Area Relaxation Therapy Use Adults / Seniors
    • 36. Locker Rooms
    • 37. Family Change Rooms Changing Rooms Serves Families Special Needs ADA Accessible
    • 38. Indoor Walk / Jog Track Reception Individual Activity Senior Mid-day Use Overview of Activity Spaces Therapy Use Feature Amenity Registration Access Control Public Relations
    • 39. Indoor Walking/Jogging Track
    • 40. Firstenburg Community Center Walking Track and Gym
    • 41. Multi-Use Gymnasium Multi-use Space / Divisible Court Games Graduation Parties / Dances Indoor Playground Indoor Soccer
    • 42. Multi-Use Gymnasium Indoor Playground Young Families Mid-Morning Use Moveable Toys / Inflatable Adequate Storage
    • 43. Sprayground Seasonal Use Kid Attractor Variety of Features / Toys Access Control Revenue Generator
    • 44. Outside Spray Ground
    • 45. Multipurpose Hall
    • 46. Multipurpose Hall
    • 47. Multipurpose Hall
    • 48. Multi-Cultural / Community Room Community Gatherings Wedding Receptions Cultural Events Revenue Generator
    • 49. Multi-Cultural / Community Room Divisible / Multi-use Space Classrooms Cooking Classes Staging for Senior Meal Program Revenue Generator
    • 50. Caterer’s / Teaching Kitchen Meal Preparation Catering Cooking Classes Children’s Cooking Nutrition Classes
    • 51. Adult / Senior Lounge Informal Gatherings Educational Programs Computer Access Table Games Card Games
    • 52. Senior Programs
    • 53. Firstenburg Community Center
    • 54. Wade King Recreation Center
    • 55. Federal Way Community Recreation Center
    • 56. Federal Way Community Recreation Center
    • 57. Tukwila Community Center
    • 58. Tukwila Community Center
    • 59. Tukwila Community Center
    • 60. Lynnwood Recreation Center
    • 61. Lynnwood Recreation Center
    • 62. Lynnwood Recreation Center
    • 63. Renton Community Center
    • 64. The Annex Comm Center Dottie Harper Park
    • 65. Burien Community Recreation Center SW 1 h 4t W ue S n Ave 46 th St SW th 14 4 St
    • 66. Burien Community Recreation Center 4th Avenue SW Courtyard Senior Program Area Main Entry
    • 67. Burien Community Recreation Center W SW 14 4 th St 4 th Av enue S Dept Offices Leisure Pool
    • 68. Burien Community Recreation Center th Open Air Courtyard SW 1 SW 6 14 St t th 44 S 4 th Ave Gym nu e S W Enclosed Skybridge / Running Track
    • 69. SW Leisure Pool Fitness & Cardio th 4 A 14 4 th St SW ue en v
    • 70. Burien Community Recreation Center Leisure Pool Fitness & Cardio nue SW th Ave 4 Locker Rooms
    • 71. Construction
    • 72. Construction
    • 73. Construction
    • 74. Burien Community Recreation Center Survey Final Results January 2008 Completed by RRC Associates, Inc.
    • 75. Which is the most preferred option? Which is the most preferred option? Option D- Don't build new recreation center now 24% Option C- Build Recreation Wing First 5% Option B- Build Community Wing First 2% Option A- Build Entire Center at Once 69% RRC Associates, Inc. 79
    • 76. Which is the most preferred option? Which is the most preferred option? 2%5% Overall Location of Residence North Burien 0%3% Central/South Burien Respondent Age Under 35 Option A- Build Entire Center at Once Option B- Build Community Wing First Option C- Build Recreation Wing First Option D- Don't build new recreation center now 35 - 44 Households with at least one member over 55 Length of time lived in Burien 3% 5% 83% 80% 16% 76% 16% 0% 2% 73% 24% 2% 6% 0% 4% 2% 8% 0% 83% 14% 61% 30% 74% 17% 2% 2% More than 15 years 52% 40% 1% 7% 15 years or less 63% 35% 0% 6% 11% 0% 4% 65 and older Household Characteristics Households with at least one member under 18 72% 18% 2% 0% 45 - 54 55 - 64 74% 23% 2% 7% West Burien 69% 24% 67% 28% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% Percent Responding RRC Associates, Inc. 80
    • 77. Support of a property tax increase to build a new community recreation center Support a property tax increase to build a new center Don't know/uncertain 6% Definitely vote 'yes' 31% Definitely vote 'no' 25% Probably vote 'no' 8% Probably vote 'yes' 30% • 61 percent of overall respondents would definitely or probably vote “yes” RRC Associates, Inc. 81
    • 78. More likely to support a larger bond measure if Support larger improvements for other city parks included funds includebond measure if fundsfacilities improvements forother city parks/ facilities Don't know/uncertain 9% Definitely more likely to vote 'yes' 21% Definitely will vote 'no' 28% Probably would vote 'yes' 31% Probably would vote 'no' anyway 11% • 52 percent of overall respondents are definitely more likely or would probably vote “yes” RRC Associates, Inc. 82
    • 79. Support of a property tax increase to provide operational support In addition to building the center, would you be in favor of a property tax increase to provide added operational support? Don't know/uncertain 6% Definitely vote 'yes' 26% Definitely vote 'no' 28% Probably vote 'yes' 30% Probably vote 'no' 10% • 56 percent of overall respondents would definitely or probably vote “yes” RRC Associates, Inc. 83
    • 80. 2012 PROS Plan Recommendation: “The wood frame facility has deteriorated significantly; lacks fire sprinklers; does not meet ADA requirements; does not meet seismic requirements; has inefficient central boiler heat; contains asbestos; has outmoded youth bathrooms; and does not meet current standards. While the buildings have been maintained to allow nonprofit agencies space, the facility has outlived its physical and economic life and needs to be replaced.”
    • 81. 2012 PROS Plan Recommendation: If current community center facility is to be retained with current uses, then components of the plan should be reduced accordingly – possibly downsizing or deleting the spaces to be devoted to senior programs and the multipurpose social hall, and the Family Recreation Center should be the highest priority. This could also reduce parking requirements and the additional land acquisitions originally proposed may not be needed.
    • 82. City of Burien Community Recreation Center