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  1. Avenida La Pata/Avenida Vista Hermosa Community Park PRESENTATION TO CITY COUNCIL and PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION December 15, 2004

  2. Meeting Agenda • Welcome and Introductions • (George Buell, City Planner) • Presentation of Preferred Park Plan • (John Beck, Senior Park Planner) • III. Construction Financing • (George Scarborough, City Manager) • IV. Public Testimony • V. Council/Commission Discussion & Direction

  3. Park Site and Surroundings

  4. Avenida La Pata/Vista Hermosa Site Area

  5. Project Purpose • Evaluate recreation needs, market demand, site opportunities & constraints • Determine the park program that will fit on the site • Determine the capital, long term operations and maintenance costs • Determine a funding source for park operations and maintenance • Create a master plan for the park and create a viable development scenario

  6. Community Participation • Stakeholder Interviews • Focus Groups • Land Use Charette • Joint Council/Commission Meeting #1 • Community Workshop • Joint Council/Commission #2 • Joint Council/Commission #3 • City Council

  7. Innovative Place- making CommunityRecreationNeeds Successful Park and Development Plan! Market & Financial Analysis Community Participation Site Analysis

  8. Recreation Needs Summary • San Clemente’s population is aging, so new recreation facilities will be needed to serve all ages • All sports groups & gym users (about 12% of pop.) need more facilities to continue their programs • San Clemente recreation facilities are at 100% reserved usage during prime time hours, and well-used during other hours

  9. Land Use Charette May 15, 2004

  10. Charette Results • 42 community members participated in land use game • Each team produced a concept for the park and development

  11. Suggested Park Program • Children’s Play Area • Group Picnic Area • Off-Leash Dog Park • Community Garden • Garden Area with Lookout • Open Space • Aquatic Center • Gym • Community Center • Baseball, Soccer, & Multi-use Fields • Basketball Courts • Tennis Courts

  12. Joint Council/Commission Meeting #1 July 7, 2004 City Council Planning Commission Beaches, Parks, and Recreation Commission

  13. Park Plan – Alternative 1 Overall Plan Fire Station Ave. La Pata Ave. Vista Hermosa

  14. Park Plan – Alternative 2 Ave. La Pata Fire Station Ave. Vista Hermosa

  15. Community Workshop #2 September 22, 2004

  16. Workshop Results • 35 community members attended • Reviewed and discussed the Master Plan, including Phase 1

  17. Discussion Summary • Most approved the basic concept • Ideas for adding facilities: skate park, more diving, t-ball • Several concerned about noise, traffic, & lighting impacts • Some concerned re: funds for park maintenance

  18. Joint Council/Commission Meeting #2 October 18, 2004 City Council Planning Commission Parks and Recreation Commission

  19. Park Program • Basketball Courts • Children’s Play Area • Group Picnic Area • Future Use & Special Event Areas • Aquatic Center • Community Center • Gym • Multi-use, Soccer, Baseball & T-ball Fields

  20. Park Master Plan Development Area Fire Station Ave. La Pata Ave. Vista Hermosa

  21. Phase 1 Park Plan Development Area Fire Station Ave. La Pata Ave. Vista Hermosa

  22. Discussion Summary • Sports groups need hubbed facilities with non-overlayed fields • Add facilities: skate park, diving • Some concern about noise and traffic impacts • Some concern re: funds for park maintenance

  23. Preferred Plan John Beck, Senior Park Planner

  24. Park Program • Lighted Basketball Courts • Children’s Play Area • Group Picnic Area • Aquatic Center • Community Center • Gym • Non-Overlayed, Lighted Soccer, Baseball & Football Fields

  25. Park Master Plan Development Area Fire Station Ave. La Pata Ave. Vista Hermosa

  26. Program Features Park Entry Community Complex

  27. Program Features Plaza w/ Water Feature Gym Parking Community Center w/ Patios Aquatics Area LightedBasket-ball Courts • Bathhouse • Viewing terraces • Pools: • Competition, • 50m x 25 yd • Warm-Up, • 25 m x 25 yd • Teaching, • 30’ x 50’

  28. Perspective – Entry Plaza

  29. Perspective – Aquatics Complex

  30. Program Features Lighted Soccer Hub 2 Artificial Turf Fields 2 Youth Soccer Fields 1 practice field Concessions/ Restrooms/ Storage Spill/Glare control lighting Children’s Play Area Parking Group Picnic Area Parking Berm & Landscaping

  31. Program Features Commercial Development Lighted Baseball Hub: Connection to park 1 Baseball field 2 Little League fields Restrooms/ Concession/Storage Spill/Glare control lighting Landmark Tree Informal picnic area Water Quality Basins Native planting Strolling paths Environmental education

  32. Program Features Lighted Football Field: 1 Artificial turf field Spill/Glare control lighting Berm & Landscaping

  33. Master Plan - Overview Development Area Fire Station Ave. La Pata Ave. Vista Hermosa

  34. Phase 1 Park Program • Reduced Aquatic Center • Lighted Soccer Hub • Lighted Baseball Hub • Lighted Football Field • Informal Picnic Area

  35. Phase 1 Park Plan Development Area Fire Station Ave. La Pata Ave. Vista Hermosa

  36. Program Features Park Entry Rolling Lawn & Informal Picnic Area Reduced Aquatics Complex Parking • Bathhouse • Viewing terraces • Pools: • Competition Pool, • 50m x 25 yd • Teaching Pool, • 30’ x 50’

  37. Program Features Lighted Soccer Hub 2 Full-size Soccer Fields 2 Youth Soccer Fields 1 practice field Concessions/ Restrooms/ Storage Spill/Glare control lighting Parking Undeveloped Area Berm & Landscaping

  38. Program Features Commercial Development Lighted Baseball Hub: Connection to park 1 Baseball field 2 Little League fields Restrooms/ Concession/Storage Spill/Glare control lighting Informal picnic area Water Quality Basin Minimal native planting Parking

  39. Program Features Undeveloped Area Lighted Football Field: 1 Football field Spill/Glare control lighting Water Quality Basin Minimal native planting Berm & Landscaping

  40. Phase 1 Park Plan - Overview Development Area Fire Station Ave. La Pata Ave. Vista Hermosa

  41. Construction Financing George Scarborough, City Manager

  42. Probable Cost Summary – Master Plan

  43. Park Master Plan Development Area Fire Station Ave. La Pata Ave. Vista Hermosa

  44. Probable Cost Summary – Phase 1

  45. Phase 1 Park Plan - Overview Development Area Fire Station Ave. La Pata Ave. Vista Hermosa

  46. Probable Cost – Phase 1 Add. Alts.

  47. Staff Recommendations: • Approve the proposed park layout • Direct staff to process the necessary entitlements and environmental analysis • Direct staff to prepare a funding plan for construction and maintenance • Authorize staff to prepare a Request for Proposal for construction drawings, select a firm and return to the Council for contract approval • Authorize staff to prepare a plan for the disposition of the non-park site

  48. Council/Commission Discussion and Public Testimony

  49. Conclusion