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No Name Park March 7, 2013. Citizen Park Committee Volunteers 3 Official Meetings Other subcommittee meetings Developed Vision for Park Developed General.

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1 No Name Park March 7, 2013

2 Citizen Park Committee Volunteers 3 Official Meetings Other subcommittee meetings Developed Vision for Park Developed General Layout for Park Developed General Design Guidelines for : Pavilion, Open Areas and Restrooms Playgrounds and Picnic areas Trails Future Uses

3 Our vision for the park is to establish a source of community pride and a quality showplace destination for enjoyment, education and entertainment. The park will serve today's outdoor recreational opportunities and allow future generations adequate space to establish additional quality outdoor options. People using the park will enjoy accessible, safe, versatile and historical experiences in an easy-to-maintain and natural setting. Citizen Committee Park Vision

4 Park Map Lincoln Area Shawnee Springs Pavilion/ Playground Mountain Bike Trails Firemans Park Amphitheater Fishing Pond Courthouse and Chamber

5 Pavilion Focal Point of Park – Align along 3 rd Street – Tie to Downtown area, architecture and views Room for people Open Design Make use of existing trees for shade

6 Pavilion

7 Restrooms First Class, Low Maintenance, Match Architecture to Pavilion Similar to Restrooms on Square Meet ADA requirements 1 large facility near Pavilion, 2 small at each end of main trail- Shawnee Springs and Firemens Park

8 Playgrounds Main Playground- Near Pavilion – Accessible – Rubber Play Surface – Historic Theme – Basketball, Sand Volleyball, Splash area – Near Restrooms and some Picnic Areas Smaller Playground – in Lincoln Area – Accessible – Street Front Theme – Design for Smaller Children – Include neighborhood elements

9 Main Playground

10 Lincoln Playground Town square concept Well Lit Historic theme – provide education opportunities

11 Trails Main Trail – 10 ft wide, paved – From Shawnee Springs to Firemens Park – Generally along Salt Creek – Connect to Picnic, Restrooms and Parking Areas – Safety Lighting and visible – Pass under SH 67 Bridge – Small Restroom at each end Mountain Bike/Unimproved – South of Calaveras – Dirt with more relief with degrees of difficulty – No lighting Nature - Dirt Trails off Main Trail - Bird and wildlife viewing

12 Picnic Areas Covered with Concrete Slab Parking Nearby ADA Access to Pond, Main Trail and/or Playground Architecture Match to Pavilion

13 Layout Allows for Future Uses Amphitheater Dog Park Skate Park Wildflower Area

14 Status Submitted the Citizen Plan to BRA/ Corps pending approval, anticipate April Negotiated Agreement with BRA/ Corps, pending signatures at Corps anticipated June Architect responses due March 15 for Pavilion/ Restroom Design Corps complete acquisition/ demolition, anticipate July BRA supply park funding ( 3 payments- $500,000 July, $500,000 December, $300,000 in 2014) Build Park (October 2013 through June 2014) Open Summer 2014

15 MAP

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17 Revised Budget Pavilion - $ 250,000 Playgrounds - $ 220,000 Trails - $ 180,000 Restrooms - $ 210,000 Site work - $ 140,000 Maintenance Reserve - $300,000 Total - $1,300,000

18 Discussion


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