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Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
Concept Plans for the Park
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Concept Plans for the Park

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The exciting news is that the need to reconstruct the Garrison Street bridge over Ralston Creek, which will remove adjacent commercial properties and 70 homes from the flood plain designation, will …

The exciting news is that the need to reconstruct the Garrison Street bridge over Ralston Creek, which will remove adjacent commercial properties and 70 homes from the flood plain designation, will launch a completely revitalized park along Ralston Creek between Garrison and Carr Streets.

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  • Sorry, but the notes and details on the images for Concept Plans 1, 2 and 3 are unreadable--even with a full screen and the partial zoom feature. Can the City post high-resolution images of those concept plans (slides 30, 39 and 48) on their web page in time for review and comment before the next community meeting? Thanks --John Kiljan
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  • 1. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Ralston/Central ParkRalston/Central Park Arvada, ColoradoArvada, Colorado DHMDesignDHMDesign
  • 2. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Mission “Provide a high quality redevelopment plan for the Ralston/Central Park - one of Arvada’s first parks”                      
  • 3. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Goals   1. Engage the neighborhood in the planning process for the Park re- development Reflect their values and ideas in the park redevelopment plan  Solicit input on park use 2. Renovate and provide facilities that meet current design standards ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Consumer Product Safety (CPSC) and ASTM Standards   3. Enhance the Ralston Creek corridor extending through the park site Create opportunities for the creek to be a park feature/ focal point Enhance water quality with pools and vegetation Provide and enhance wildlife habitat areas Provide access points down to the creek edge Grade creek banks for natural appearance   4. Provide a strong visual and physical connection to the Triangle Redevelopment Area to the west Provide a safe pedestrian crossing at Garrison Street Create better visibility between the park and redevelopment area 5. Develop a safe comprehensive multi-use trail system Provide better connectivity to adjacent neighborhoods, the Triangle Redevelopment and the regional trail system which links to Lutz and Stenger Sports Complexes. Provide internal trail loops for walking/ jogging   6. Provide for a sustainable and more diverse landscape type throughout the park Create riparian/ wetland areas along the creek for water quality and visual interest Create xeric upland areas to conserve water and reduce maintenance Limit manicured/ irrigated turf to high use and high visibility areas   7. Provide for a variety of park activities for park users of all ages   8. Provide opportunities for environmental education Create demonstration garden areas Interpretive signage     
  • 4. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN Illustrative representation only.  Site grading plan and Ralston Corridor plans need to be completed.
  • 5. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN
  • 6. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN
  • 7. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN
  • 8. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN
  • 9. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN Safe pedestrian crossings Highly visible crosswalks/ signage Strong connection and visibility to Triangle redevelopment area
  • 10. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN Regional trail connectivity
  • 11. Apex slides Ralston Creek Trail Ralston/ Central Park Van Bibber Creek Trail MEMORIAL PARK Stenger Sports Complex Lutz Sports Complex NEW INDOOR TURF ARENAS Skyline Park Ralston Road KiplingSt. GarrisonSt. Ralston Road
  • 12. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Realign Van Bibber Creek at entry
  • 13. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Concrete Multi-Use Trail Soft Surface Trail Loop Trails- 1/3rd and 1/10th Mile
  • 14. DHM Design Corporation September 2007
  • 15. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 ADA Accessible Playgrounds meeting safety standards
  • 16. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 2-5 year old playground including swing sets 5-12 year old playground including swing sets
  • 17. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Accessible FacilityKids and Adults
  • 18. DHM Design Corporation September 2007
  • 19. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Inking Fountain Drinking Fountain
  • 20. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Horseshoes
  • 21. DHM Design Corporation September 2007
  • 22. DHM Design Corporation September 2007
  • 23. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Memorial Trees and Benches
  • 24. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Elevated corner feature Plantings Seating w/ sculpture Shade Trees
  • 25. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Create riparian/ wetland areas along the creek for water quality and visual interest Limit manicured/ irrigated turf to high use and high visibility areas
  • 26. DHM Design Corporation September 2007
  • 27. DHM Design Corporation September 2007Creek Access Creek Features (widened pools) Variety of experiences Enhanced Plantings provides habitat and improve water quality  Grade creek banks for natural appearance Viewing Areas/ Interpretive signs Environmental Education
  • 28. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Security lighting along parking lot, playgrounds, shelters and interior trail loop
  • 29. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 SITE FURNISHINGS
  • 30. DHM Design Corporation September 2007
  • 31. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Initial Ideas CONCEPT #3
  • 32. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Initial Ideas CONCEPT #3
  • 33. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Initial Ideas CONCEPT #3
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  • 39. DHM Design Corporation September 2007 Thank You

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