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Future Park System

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Future Park System master plan presentation.

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Future Park System

  1. 1. City of Midville FUTURE PARKS & RECREATION SYSTEM
  2. 2. Section 4 PARKS & RECREATION MASTER PLAN
  3. 3. FUTURE PARKS & RECREATION MASTER PLAN A Plan to Midville’s Future Park System focus: How individual parks will function within the system
  4. 4. FUTURE PARKS & RECREATION NEEDS ASSESSMENT SUMMARY Total of 8 Assessment Techniques 5 New & Improved Neighborhood parks 4 3 Walking Trails Recreation Programs New Community Park Baseball, Softball & Soccer Fields Playgrounds & Tot Lots Recreation Center Natural Areas
  5. 5. NEIGHBORHOOD PARK (PROTOTYPE) Access Control Multipurpose Open Play Area Picnic Tables Picnic Shelter Play Structure Picnic Shelter Parking (7–14 cars) Vita/Bike Path Multipurpose Courts (unlighted)
  6. 6. NEIGHBORHOOD PARK IMPROVEMENTS City Owned Property (Acreage) Year Planned 7 2002–2003 4.9 2002 Kings Castle Park 2 2004 Fort Midville Park 3 2005 Nature Hill Recreation Center Parks 3 2006 Winfeld Park 8.9 2007 Lake City Beach Park 3.5 2008 Neighborhood Park Minnetonka Park Lake City Point Park
  7. 7. COMMUNITY PARK (PROTOTYPE) Community Center Multipurpose Courts Play Structure Tennis Courts Picnic Shelter Walking/Vita Paths Multipurpose Fields (lighted)
  8. 8. COMMUNITY PARK City Owned Property (Acreage) Year Planned Community Park at Lake City 10 Land Purchase (2003–2008) Development: Long Range Midville Community Park 26 Long Range Communty Park
  9. 9. COMMUNITY PARK IMPROVEMENTS Midville Community Park is at capacity Community Park at Lake City Purchase land (by 2008)
  10. 10. SUMMARY OF PARK SYSTEM COMPONENTS Mini-Parks School Parks Natural Areas Special Use Parks
  11. 11. NETWORKING SYSTEM bike  paths Interconnected Walkable/Bikeable
  12. 12. signs  &     gateways Confidence Branding Opportunity
  13. 13. PARK SITE MASTER PLAN PROCESS STEP 1. STEP 2. STEP 3 STEP 4. Conceptual Park Plan PRAB Public Workshop Preliminary Park Plans PRAB Public Hearing STEP 5. STEP 6. STEP 7. STEP 8. Revisions to Park Plan Based on Public Hearings PRAB Review and Recommendation P & Z Review and Recommendation City Council Action
  14. 14. BENEFITS OF PARKS & RECREATION High Quality of Life 90% Nearly 90% of respondents indicated that recreation opportunities are “important” to the overall quality of life.
  15. 15. ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF PARKS & RECREATION 5% Attracts home buyers 10% Attracts businesses 20% Increases property values Proximity  Principle Park
  16. 16. questions?
  17. 17. EXHIBIT 17 Summary of Future Park System by Acreage Number of Existing Parks Number of Future Parks Acreage +/– Community Park 1 2 17 Neighborhood Park 5 11 17 Mini-Park 2 2 0 School Park 3 5 5 Natural Area 5 7 2.5 Special Use Park 7 6 (2.1)

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