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Black Pot Beach Park Master Plan - Open House Display Boards

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Posters for the Black Pot Beach Park Master Plan open house

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Black Pot Beach Park Master Plan - Open House Display Boards

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  2. 2. During 3 focus group meetings in August 2015, participants were asked to work in teams (5-6 individuals per team) to identify their preferred location for the priority uses, activities and facilities within the park. Each team was given an aerial map to mark up, colored pens and graphic labels for the various park uses. The work products from the 6 different teams are on display. Planning concepts that were consistent among the teams include: • Move the boat ramp and trailer parking mauka further up the river (indicated by all 6 teams) • Use portions of the proposed expansion area for parking (indicated by all 6 teams) • Move the existing bathroom mauka/away from the shoreline, or add a second bathroom (indicated by all 6 teams) • Provide areas for loading/unloading, picnicking and camping, and kayak/SUP launch • Keep the beach and makai park areas for picnics and camping 1STATION WHAT IS YOUR PREFERENCE FOR PARK ACTIVITIES AND FACILITES? PARKING TRAILER PARKING BOAT RAMP CAMPING AREA PICNIC TABLE PICNIC PAVILION COMFORT STATION SHOWERS LOADING & UNLOADING AREA FOOD VENDOR KAYAK / SUP LAUNCH AREA
  3. 3. FOCUS GROUP MEETINGS Focus Group Meetings | August 7 and 8, 2015 Hanalei Elementary School Focus Group 1, Team No. 1 Focus Group 1, Team No. 2 1STATION PLANNING CONCEPTS FROM THE FOCUS GROUP MEETINGS Parking on tree line only
  4. 4. Focus Group 1,Team No. 3 Focus Group 2, Team No. 1 FOCUS GROUP MEETINGS Focus Group Meetings | August 7 and 8, 2015 Hanalei Elementary School 1STATION PLANNING CONCEPTS FROM THE FOCUS GROUP MEETINGS Special events area, by reservation Ask DLNR-Boating how many registered boaters now, com- pared to 5 years ago with zip codes Hā‘ena to Anahola?
  5. 5. Focus Group 2, Team No. 2 Focus Group 3, Team No. 1 FOCUS GROUP MEETINGS Focus Group Meetings | August 7 and 8, 2015 Hanalei Elementary School 1STATION PLANNING CONCEPTS FROM THE FOCUS GROUP MEETINGS • Eliminate current parking, shift to river side. • Move current bathroom site • Hodge property for ocean/beach uses. Push temporary parking to mauka property, do not use prime ocean front land for parking. • Add a locked gate at night for security; keep parties off beach
  6. 6. 1STATION What concepts do you like?
  7. 7. 1STATION What would you change?
  8. 8. 2Each focus group participant was given 8 colored dots (3 green, 2 orange and 3 blue) and asked to place the dots on the aerial map to show: This poster is a compilation of the opinions from the 33 individuals who participated in the focus group meetings. Based on the placement of the dots: STATION HOW DO YOU USE AND RELATE TO BLACK POT BEACH PARK? Where do you spend most of your time or observe others spending their time? Where do you typically park when you go to Black Pot? Where do you see others park? What areas and facilities are in most need of improvements? Park users typically spend time at the beach, on the pier, or in ocean activities. Green dots dispersed across shoreline, water and picnic areas. Parking is split equally between the beach and designated parking areas. 52% of the orange dots (33 of 64) placed across the beach. Improving the bathroom facility is the first priority, followed closely by the boat ramp facility. 33% of the blue dots (29 of 87), clus- tered around the bathroom; 30% of the blue dots (26 of 87), clustered around the boat ramp.
  9. 9. 2 SUMMARY RESULTS FROM THE FOCUS GROUP MEETINGS STATION
  10. 10. 2 AGREE, my habits and opinions are similar to these findings STATION
  11. 11. 2DISAGREE, my habits and opinions differ in the following ways STATION
  12. 12. 3STATION PARKING INFORMATION The need for additional parking at Black Pot Beach Park is surfacing as one of the priority issues for the master plan. Parking counts were taken on two successive weekends to supplement informal comments about the high demand for parking. WEEKEND 1: August 28-29 Weather Conditions: Sunny and calm, very little clouds WEEKEND 2: September 6-7 (Labor Day Weekend) Weather Conditions: High humidity, light winds and scattered thunderstorms (heavy downpours) throughout the week SUMMARY OF CAR OBSERVATIONS CARS ON THE BEACH TRAILERS ON THE BEACH TOTAL CARS % CARS ON THE BEACH LOCATION TOTAL TRAILERS % TRAILERS ON THE BEACH 50 62 60 54 56 4254 56 42 69 77 45 58 67 29 14 5 2 1 2 0 47 48 3747 48 37 10 4 310 4 3 3 2 03 2 0 28 55 27 116 95 68 56 84 45 5 1 1 1 2 4 0 0 0 2 1 0 78 117 8778 117 87 127 144 74127 144 74101 104 79101 104 79172 179 113172 179 113 64% 53% 69%64% 53% 69% 53% 54% 53%53% 54% 53%67% 53% 60%67% 53% 60% 54% 53% 61%54% 53% 61% 5 1 15 1 1 13 6 313 6 33 3 43 3 4 15 7 215 7 2 100% 100% 100%100% 100% 100% 77% 67% 100%77% 67% 100%33% 67% 100%33% 67% 100% 93% 71% 100%93% 71% 100% 8.28.15 FRIDAY 10AM 8.28.15 FRIDAY 2PM 8.28.15 FRIDAY 6PM sunny, light winds sunny, light winds sunny, light winds 8.29.15 SATURDAY 10AM 8.29.15 SATURDAY 2PM 8.29.15 SATURDAY 6PM 9.6.15 SUNDAY 10AM 9.6.15 SUNDAY 2PM 9.6.15 SUNDAY 6PM 9.7.15 LABOR DAY 10AM 9.7.15 LABOR DAY 2PM 9.7.15 LABOR DAY 6PM sunny, light winds sunny, light winds sunny, light winds sunny, humid CARS ELSEWHERE IN THE PARK: (1) The formal parking lot and ADA stalls (2) The pier access road (between Weke Road and the pier) (3) Weke Boat Ramp and trailer parking area (4) Wilikoki Road (mauka dirt road) (5) Na Molokama Canoe Club TRAILERS ELSEWHERE IN THE PARK: (1) Weke Boat Ramp and trailer parking area (2) Wilikoki Road (mauka dirt road) • More than half of the cars were parked on the beach in all instances • Busiest day: Saturday, August 29 • More cars were counted on Saturday August 29 (179 cars total) than on Labor Day (144 cars total), probably due to the unstable weather conditions 179 Most Cars Counted 8.29.15 (Sat) 2pm Average Number of Cars Counted Median Number of Cars Counted 115 109 SUMMARY OF TRAILER OBSERVATIONS • Majority of boat trailers were parked on the beach • Busiest day: Monday, September 7 15 Most Trailers Counted 9.7.15 (Labor Day) 10am Average Number of Trailers Counted Median Number of Trailers Counted 5 4 Saturday , August 29, 2015 2pm: Beachfront 2pm: Pier Access 2pm: Parking Lot 2pm: Beachfront 2pm: Pier Access 2pm: Parking Lot Monday, September 7, 2015 overcast, scattered downpours, humid overcast, scattered downpours, humid overcast, scattered downpours, humid overcast, scattered downpours, humid overcast, scattered downpours, humid Counts were conducted at the same time each day: 10am, 2pm and 6pm - for a total of four days. ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PARKING STALLS Formal parking lot and ADA Stalls: 27 + 3 handicapped Pier access road: 18 On beach (first row makai of pine trees): 40
  13. 13. 3STATION What are your feelings about the current practice of parking on the beach? Parking on the beach should continue with no changes because: Parking on the beach should be restricted to a designated area or to certain user groups like boaters and campers because: Parking on the beach should be stopped because:

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