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1 Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan City of Milton - Parks, Recreation, & Open Space Master Planning

2 Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan FY11 Professional Parks and Recreation Planning Services Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan Town Hall Meeting April 16, 2012

3 Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan Introductions Consultant Team Moreland Altobelli & Associates, Inc. Chris Kingsbury, RLAChris Kingsbury, RLA David Gjertson, RLADavid Gjertson, RLA City of Milton Staff John Rebar – Director of Parks and Recreation John Rebar – Director of Parks and Recreation Carter Lucas, PE – Public Works Director Carter Lucas, PE – Public Works Director Robyn MacDonald – Community Development Robyn MacDonald – Community Development Jason Wright – Communications Director Jason Wright – Communications Director Consultant Team Moreland Altobelli & Associates, Inc. Chris Kingsbury, RLAChris Kingsbury, RLA David Gjertson, RLADavid Gjertson, RLA City of Milton Staff John Rebar – Director of Parks and Recreation John Rebar – Director of Parks and Recreation Carter Lucas, PE – Public Works Director Carter Lucas, PE – Public Works Director Robyn MacDonald – Community Development Robyn MacDonald – Community Development Jason Wright – Communications Director Jason Wright – Communications Director

4 Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan Table of Contents Executive Summary IntroductionContext Park Types, Level of Service Standards & Facility Needs The Master Plan Cost Opinion Implementation Strategies Appendices Executive Summary IntroductionContext Park Types, Level of Service Standards & Facility Needs The Master Plan Cost Opinion Implementation Strategies Appendices

5 Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan Context The first step in preparing the master plan is to analyze contextual data including: an inventory of existing park and recreation conditions, natural and cultural resources, demographics and growth trends, existing land use patterns and transportation systems related to trails and park access. In addition, the existing parks and recreation administrative and financial context is examined including capital improvements, operations and maintenance and revenue resources. The first step in preparing the master plan is to analyze contextual data including: an inventory of existing park and recreation conditions, natural and cultural resources, demographics and growth trends, existing land use patterns and transportation systems related to trails and park access. In addition, the existing parks and recreation administrative and financial context is examined including capital improvements, operations and maintenance and revenue resources.

6 Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan Park Types, Level of Service Standards & Facility Needs The project team established future requirements for City of Milton for park and recreation facilities and programs into year 2030 utilizing three metrics: Public Involvement Program Public Involvement Program City of Milton Parks & Recreation Needs Assessment (Schapiro 5/2010) City of Milton Parks & Recreation Needs Assessment (Schapiro 5/2010) National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Standards and Guidelines National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Standards and Guidelines The project team established future requirements for City of Milton for park and recreation facilities and programs into year 2030 utilizing three metrics: Public Involvement Program Public Involvement Program City of Milton Parks & Recreation Needs Assessment (Schapiro 5/2010) City of Milton Parks & Recreation Needs Assessment (Schapiro 5/2010) National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Standards and Guidelines National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Standards and Guidelines

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12 General Purpose: Community Center Complex (5000 – 10,000 S.F) Trailhead Building with restrooms mountain biking trails Large concession/press box building Small Concession building Trails overlook structure with restrooms Two (2) large picnic shelters Nine (9) small picnic shelters Stage/amphitheatre Parking (paved and non-paved overflow) Active Recreation: Two (2) 300 lighted baseball fields Four (4) 250 lighted baseball fields Four (4) lighted soccer/lacrosse fields Four (4) lighted basketball/multi-use courts Four (4) lighted tennis courts Two (2) sand volleyball courts Passive Recreation: 12 Mutli-use paved trail (1/2 mile loop) 10 multi-use trails Un-paved biking trails Equestrian Facilities: Trailer parking Pony ring Small stables and tie-up areas Un-paved equestrian trails Birmingham Park

13 Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan General Purpose: Concession/press box building w/ restrooms Information Kiosks Three (3) Batting cages Nine (9) small picnic shelters Additional Parking Active Recreation: One (1) 200 lighted baseball fields Two (2) 175 lighted baseball fields Passive Recreation: 10 multi-use trails Bell Memorial Park

14 Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan Adopted Trail Plan

15 Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan Trail Types: Share-the-road trails Share-the-road trails Multi-Use trails Multi-Use trails Shared pedestrian/ Shared pedestrian/ bicycle trails Urban streetscape trails Urban streetscape trails Unpaved greenway trails Unpaved greenway trails

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17 Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan Milton Park Facilities Capital Cost Opinions Short Term – 2012 to 2015 (1) Bell Memorial Expansion and Renovation$2.4 million Crabapple Community Center Renovation$0.5 Providence Park Improvements$2.0 Pocket Parks at Crabapple Crossing$1.0 and Deerfield Webb Road TOTAL$5.9 million Mid Term – 2016 to 2020 (2) Birmingham Development $15.0 million Village Green Developments $1.5 TOTAL$16.5 million Long Range to 2030 (3) Acquisition, 251 acres $48 to $108 million Notes: Improvements to currently owned property Assumes public/private development of Village Green Spaces with no acquisition costs Range is inflation factor at 2 to 5%, cost per acre at $110,000

18 Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan Milton Park Facilities Capital Cost Opinions Milton Park Facilities Capital Cost OpinionsOperational Budget Projections Short Term – 2012 to 2015 (1) Bell Memorial Expansion and Renovation$2.4 million Crabapple Community Center Renovation$0.5 Providence Park Improvements$2.0 Pocket Parks at Crabapple Crossing & Deerfield Webb Road$1.0 TOTAL$5.9 million$792,000 Mid Term – 2016 to 2020 (2) Birmingham Development$15.0 million Village Green Developments$1.5 TOTAL$16.5 million$3,507,750 Long Range to 2030 (3) Acquisition, 251 acres$48 to $108 million$7,398,250 Notes: Improvements to currently owned property Assumes public/private development of Village Green Spaces with no acquisition costs Range is inflation factor at 2 to 5%, cost per acre at $110,000

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