Island & Storybook Park - Laguna Ridge - Cosumnes CSD, City of Elk Grove

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Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) in partnership with the City of Elk Grove will be holding a community outreach meeting to review design proposals for two new parks in the Laguna Ridge area of Elk Grove. The two new parks are Storybook Woods Park, a 1.8 acre park located at the intersection of Hatherton Way and Del Webb Blvd, and Island Park, a 2.3 acre park located on Bonito Circle.

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Island & Storybook Park - Laguna Ridge - Cosumnes CSD, City of Elk Grove

  1. 1. LAGUNA RIDGE SPECIFIC PLAN PARK FUNDING AND CONSTRUCTION HISTORY
  2. 2. LAGUNA RIDGE SPECIFIC PLAN
  3. 3. LAGUNA RIDGE SPECIFIC PLAN 16 local and 3 neighborhood parks (57 acres) 2 community parks (40 acres) Parkways (40 acres) Total ~$53 million in parks and parkways ISLAND & STORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPTUAL PLANS
  4. 4. LAGUNA RIDGE PARKS History Specific Plan completed in 2004 Included plan for funding and construction of infrastructure, including parks Parks were to be funded and built by 2 controlling partners, not City or CSD Partners started home and park construction without formal park funding agreement Economic downturn occurred, partners multiplied ISLAND & STORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPTUAL PLANS
  5. 5. LAGUNA RIDGE PARKS History Multiple partners unable to reach funding agreement, park construction stopped City and CSD became involved in park funding issue CSD created Parks Master Plan which established park design standards and budgets for each park City established fees based on Parks Master Plan September 2011 – fee program formally instituted
  6. 6. LAGUNA RIDGE PARKS History Partners paid fees for all existing homes Partners were reimbursed for park work they completed City acquired land rights for Storybook Woods and Island Parks this summer and started design City continues to collect fees on new construction and will continue to design and construct parks in partnership with CSD Timing of future parks is controlled by rate of new construction
  7. 7. CONCEPTUAL PLANS FOR ISLAND PARK ANDSTORYBOOK WOODS PARK
  8. 8. PARK PLANNING PROCESS Master Plan  2-3 months Design Development & Construction Documents  6 months Permits & Reviews  2- 3 months Bidding  2 -3 months Construction  6 months (weather dependent) Establishment Period  3 months Grand Opening ISLAND & STORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPTUAL PLANS
  9. 9. CSD MASTER PLAN DESIGN PRINCIPLESBOTH ISLAND AND STORYBOOK WOODS PARKS ARE DEFINED ASLOCAL PARKS (2-3 ACRES) A LOCAL PARK TYPICALLY INCLUDES THE FOLLOWINGAMENITIES:  SMALL PLAYGROUNDS TARGETED FOR AGES 2-5 AND 5-12  SOME SHADED PLAY ELEMENTS  SMALL SPORT COURTS  SMALL PICNIC SHELTER  SWINGS  BENCHES  LANDSCAPING  ADA COMPLIANT AMENITIES LAND USAGE – 90% ACTIVE/10% PASSIVE LIGHTING – SECURITY LIGHTING ONLY ISLAND & STORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPTUAL PLANS
  10. 10. LAGUNA RIDGE DEVELOPMENT Funding Island Park – Construction Budget $1,050,000 Storybook Park – Revised Construction Budget $850,000 ISLAND & STORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPTUAL PLANS
  11. 11. PARK LOCATIONS Both parks located in phase one of Laguna Ridge Development Storybook Woods is 1.8 acres, located at Hatherton and Del Webb Blvd. Island is 2.4 acres, located on Bonito Circle ISLAND PARK 2.3 ACRES STORYBOOK WOODS PARK 1.8 ACRES ISLAND & STORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPTUAL PLANS
  12. 12. STORYBOOK WOODS PARK Local Park/Special Use Park  Located within Active Adults Community  Connection to greater neighborhood to east ISLAND & STORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPTUAL PLANS
  13. 13. STORYBOOK WOODS PARK 2006 Design for Developer Built Park  “Grandparent Park” emphasis on “small child” play area  Highly themed “Storybook” playground,  Small picnic area with trellis, landscaping 2006 plan exceeds new construction budget Re-design  Maintain original concept  Minor changes to make cost reduction with least impact on original design STORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPT PLAN
  14. 14. STORYBOOK WOODS PARK Design Changes  Removed the train themed play area  Removed decorative brick paving and pilasters  Removed concrete frogs from turf areas  Replacing some of the high cost slide element in the “pirates cove” with a non custom slide element STORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPT PLAN
  15. 15. STORYBOOK WOODS PARK CONCEPT PLAN STORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPT PLAN
  16. 16. 2-5 Play area – Space Station Theme F) Space themed play equipment C) Themed Signpost B) Storytelling CircleSTORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPT PLAN
  17. 17. 2-5 Play Area Land of the Lost Play Jeep G) Dinosaur Climber E) Troll BridgeSTORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPT PLAN
  18. 18. 2-5 Play Area - Pirates CoveSTORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPT PLAN
  19. 19. 2-5 Play Area – Pirates Cove H) Pirates Ship. Crows nest, barrels and climbing cratesSTORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPT PLAN
  20. 20. Passive areas / landscapingSTORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPT PLAN
  21. 21. ISLAND PARK Local Park  2-3 acres  2-5 and 5-12 playground - themed  Small sports court type amenity  Picnic area with shade shelter and picnic tables  Small non-programmed open natural turf play  Security lighting only  No restrooms Site Analysis  Circular layout  limits kinds of amenities  surrounded by roads, safety  Landscaped Trail Corridors  Horseshoe Park (North)  Whitelock Pky. (South) ISLAND PARK CONCEPT PLAN
  22. 22. ISLAND PARKISLAND PARK CONCEPT PLAN
  23. 23. PLAYGROUND  CENTRALLY LOCATED AWAY FROM STREET  SEPARATE 2 -5 AND 5-12 PLAY AREAS  COMBINATION OF RESILIENT SURFACING AND WOOD FIBER  PLAYGROUND ADJACENT TO PICNIC AREA, SHADE STRUCTURE, TABLES AND BENCHES  SHADED PLAY AREAS  ISLAND THEME  BEACH THEMED PLAY AREA W/SAND  OCEAN PLAZA  PRESERVING THE OCEANS KIOSKISLAND PARK CONCEPT PLAN
  24. 24. BEACH THEMED PLAY AREASand play w/ seaanimal sculptures Save the Oceans KioskSand area partially Ocean Creatures Plazacovered w/ shade sails ISLAND PARK CONCEPT PLAN
  25. 25. 2-5 PLAY AREA Boat play structureOcean Themed Springtoys Pebbleflex/mulch Tot Swings safety surface ISLAND PARK CONCEPT PLAN
  26. 26. 5-12 PLAY AREA Large Island themed play structure Net Climber Net SpinnerISLAND PARK CONCEPT PLAN
  27. 27. PICNIC AREAISLAND PARK CONCEPT PLAN
  28. 28. PICNIC AREA Concrete Benches Concrete Trash & BBQ Shade ShelterISLAND PARK CONCEPT PLAN
  29. 29. BASKETBALL COURT/ADULT FITNESS ISLAND PARK CONCEPT PLAN
  30. 30. BASKETBALL COURT /ADULT FITNESS Adult FitnessHalf – Court Basketball ISLAND PARK CONCEPT PLAN
  31. 31. PASSIVE AREAS Diverse interesting Benches placed in planting scheme quiet areas alongMeandering pathways pathways ISLAND PARK CONCEPT PLAN
  32. 32. LANDSCAPING SHADE TREES SHRUBS AND GROUNDCOVERS – LOW GROWING AND LOW MAINTENANCE,DROUGHT TOLERANT PLANTS WITH SEASONAL COLOR TO COMPLIMENT THE PLAYGROUND AND SHADE STRUCTURE PLANTS WITH TEXTURE, COLOR AND SEASONAL INTEREST PERIMETER STREET TREES SPACED AT 30’ ON CENTER GRASS MOUNDINGISLAND PARK CONCEPT PLAN
  33. 33. NEXT STEPS - STORYBOOK WOODS PARK Public Comment on yourcsd.com/Parks/Laguna/Ridge – November 2012 CSD Board Master Plan Approval – December 2012 Construction Drawings – December 2012 to Spring 2013 Project Out to Bid – Spring 2013 Construction – Summer 2013 to Fall 2013 Park Open – Fall 2013 ISLAND & STORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPTUAL PLANS
  34. 34. NEXT STEPS – ISLAND PARK Public Comment on yourcsd.com/Parks/Laguna/Ridge – November 2012 CSD Board Master Approval – December 2012 Construction Drawings – January 2013 to Spring 2013 Project Out to Bid – Summer 2013 Construction – Summer 2013 to Spring 2014 Park Open – Spring 2014 ISLAND & STORYBOOK WOODS CONCEPTUAL PLANS

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