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Preview of Windjammer Park 30% Design to City Council

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Windjammer Park
30% Design Preview
City Council Workshop – March 22, 2017

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Windjammer Park Design Overview
3/22/2017 2
• Clean Water Facility mitigation and restoration requirements
• Builds on pre...

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3/22/2017 3
Windjammer Park Integration Plan
• Community Advisory Group
• 17 members representing diverse
community intere...

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  1. 1. Windjammer Park 30% Design Preview City Council Workshop – March 22, 2017
  2. 2. Windjammer Park Design Overview 3/22/2017 2 • Clean Water Facility mitigation and restoration requirements • Builds on previous reports and master plans • Multiple opportunities for community input • Council approved Windjammer Park Integration Plan on June 7, 2016 • Next phase of design for parts of the park are underway
  3. 3. 3/22/2017 3 Windjammer Park Integration Plan • Community Advisory Group • 17 members representing diverse community interests • 5 meetings • Endorsed final plan • 2 in-person and online public meetings
  4. 4. What We Heard 3/22/2017 4 • “Given” elements must be included (e.g. – restrooms, kitchens, parking, playgrounds, waterfront trail, sport courts) • Family-friendly elements should be prioritized • Current RV park standards are not an efficient use of the park space • Views of the water are important • The ballfields should be relocated in the long term
  5. 5. Final Plan 5 Windjammer Park Integration Plan 5
  6. 6. Phase 1 3/22/2017 6 • First phase of design and construction • Includes Clean Water Facility mitigation and restoration • Incorporates community feedback
  7. 7. Phase 1 Open House 3/22/2017 7 • 167 community members attended in-person and online open houses in January 2017 • 97 community members provided input on park character and theme • Summary distributed to City Council available on project website
  8. 8. What We Heard 3/22/2017 8 • Highest priority elements are restrooms, walkways, a nature play area, park furnishings, and a splash park • Participants preferred a natural, simple aesthetic • Park spaces should be flexible and multi-purpose • Thoughts on style inspirations for specific elements
  9. 9. 30% Design Preview 3/22/2017 9
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  11. 11. 30% Design Preview 1111
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  15. 15. Progress drawings 3/22/2017 15
  16. 16. 3/22/2017 16 60% design (May)90% design (July) Final design (Sept)
  17. 17. Implementing the Plan: Funding 3/22/2017 17 • Mitigation for Clean Water Facility construction • Grant funds for splash park • Windjammer Park funds • Park impact fees • Recreation and Conservation Grant (RCO) • Real estate excise tax • Other sources: grants, civic organizations
  18. 18. Next Steps 3/22/2017 18 • Finish 30% design in April 2017 and share with the community through website and weekly email update • Start permitting process (25 federal/state/local permits required) • Finalize design by fall 2017 • Prepare bids for fall 2017
  19. 19. Questions?

Editor's Notes

  • Design and construction of the Clean Water Facility makes this the right time to develop an overarching plan and begin design in phases.
    CWF requires mitigation including parking, restrooms/kitchens, landscaping/habitat
    Building on previous park planning efforts
    After forming a community advisory group and gathering community feedback, Council approved the Windjammer Park Integration Plan on June 7, 2016
    Next phase of design, called “Phase 1”, is underway. Includes sections of the integration plan. You will see these sections and the 30% design preview this evening.
  • Approved by City Council June 7, 2016
    Endorsed by community advisory group
  • Much of the feedback confirmed project team assumptions
    Highest priority elements are restrooms, walkways, a nature play area, park furnishings, and a splash park
    Participants preferred a natural, simple aesthetic
    Park spaces should be flexible and multi-purpose
    Thoughts on style inspirations for the plaza, splash park, nature play area, wind shelters, kitchens, restrooms, walkways, and furnishings
  • These milestone dates are subject to change.
  • STEVE

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