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Measure M - Parks for All Southwest Quadrant

Medida M – Parques para Todos Suroeste de Santa Rosa

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Meeting Presenters Omar Gallardo • Meeting Host • LandPaths, New Audiences Manager, landpaths.org Omar@landpaths.org

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Measure M – Parks for All Southwest Quadrant Meeting - Agenda • Measure M Overview • Citywide Park System • Southwest Quadrant Parks & Amenities • Measure M Priorities Survey & Discussion • Next Steps • srcity.org/parksforall

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Parks for All Overview WHEN

November 6, 2018 with 72.6% support

WHAT

1/8 cent sales tax for 10 years

WHY

Provides dedicated funds to Santa Rosa for parks & recreation needs

• April 1, 2019 – March 31, 2029

• $1.9M annually • $19.1M over 10 years

HOW

Requires baseline commitment & Fiscal Oversight Committee

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Timeframe Year 0

Parks for All approved by Voters

Years 1 -2

City Council approves Priority Plan

(2018)

(2019-2020)

Year 3 (2021)

Years 4 -10 (2022-2029)

• Recovery of fire damaged parks and landscapes • Deferred Maintenance park project priority list • City-wide community outreach

Updated Priorities Set • Community outreach shared with BOCS and Council • Consultant recommendations shared with BOCS & Council • BOCS recommends & Council approves updated Priority Plan during budget approval

Recreation & Parks Implements Projects • Continued community engagement • Annual progress report to Council during budget process • Updates to Priority Plan as needed

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Parks for All Uses

Bayer Park & Gardens Neighborhood Park

Parks Measure specifically allows for the following: • Maintain • • • • • •

Improve and develop Create and expand Plan and develop Provide programs Decrease fire risks Improve trails along waterways and riparian areas

Bellevue Ranch Neighborhood Park

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Doyle Community Park

• Maintain parks and recreation facilities to ensure safe, clean, accessible visitor experiences

Howarth Memorial Park

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Parks for All Uses

A Place to Play Community Park

Improve and develop athletic fields, playgrounds, restrooms, picnic areas and visitor amenities

Galvin Community Park

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Parks for All Uses

Prince Memorial Greenway

• Create and expand parks, trails, bikeways, public art, and recreational and historical facilities Fremont Park

Luther Burbank Home & Gardens

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Parks for All Uses

Plan and develop bike paths and trails with connections to schools, community spaces and regional trails

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Park Trail connection to Annadel State Park

Rinconada Park trail connection to Madrone Elementary

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Parks for All Uses

Howarth Memorial Park

• Provide recreation, education and health programs for the community

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Parks for All Uses

Francis Nielsen Neighborhood Park

• Decrease future fire risks, fuel loads and invasive plants on city owned open space parks Nagasawa Community Park

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Santa Rosa Creek Trail

Parks for All Uses • Improve the trails along waterways and riparian areas to benefit fish, wildlife habitat and water quality.

Roseland Creek A Place to Play Community Park

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Funding Sources Park Projects

Recreation Programming

Park & Recreation Maintenance

Deferred Park & Recreation Maintenance

• Park development impact fees • General Fund • Grants

General Fund

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General Fund Measure O (neighborhood services)

• No specific funding source • General Fund (as approved by Council)

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Park Development Impact Fee Zones Northeast

Northwest

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Existing and Proposed Parks

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Parks System by the Numbers Park Type

Number

Acreage

Community Park

14

526

Neighborhood Park

58

166

Special Use Park

4

171

Recreation Center

7

11

Open Space

13

115

Trail Park

6

34

Public Gathering Areas/Plaza

5

9

108

1032

TOTAL

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S. Davis

Village Green

Cook

Roseland Bayer

Airfield Pearblossom

Southwest Bellevue

Southwest Quadrant

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Southwest Quadrant Parks Pearblossom Neighborhood Park Roseland Creek Community Park (future) Bellevue Ranch Neighborhood Park Meadow Neighborhood Park (future) Lower Colgan Creek (future)

Southwest Community Park

Cook School Neighborhood Park Airfield Fresno Bayer Neighborhood Mitigation Site Open Park & Gardens Space Airfield Village Green Neighborhood Park Neighborhood Park Pearblossom South Davis Trail Neighborhood Park

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Southwest Quadrant

Park Type

Number

Acreage

Community Park

2

39

Neighborhood Park

9

26

Special Use Park

0

0

Open Space

1

4

Trail Park

1

2

Public Gathering Areas/Plaza

0

0

13

71

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Southwest Quadrant Amenities Playgrounds

8

Baseball / Softball Diamonds

1

Skate Parks

1

Sand Volleyball Courts

1

Picnic Tables

8

Community Gardens

1

Grills

4

Fitness Equipment

1

Dog Parks

1

Soccer Fields

1

Public Art

1

Restrooms

2

Large Grassy Areas

8

Basketball Courts

7

Bayer

Bellvue Ranch

Southwest

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Next Steps

1. Meetings within each Quadrant: March •

Southeast – March 25 at 5:30 PM

2. Meeting Materials Available: March 22 • • •

Survey, presentation, and meeting recording Survey available until April 8. Visit: srcity.org/parksforall

3. Collect and analyze all survey responses: April 4. Present: Spring 2021 - Summer 2021 • •

Board of Community Services (BOCS) City Council

April/May June/July

5. Meetings with Santa Rosa Partners and special interest groups: Ongoing

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Profile for City of Santa Rosa

Measure M Parks for All SW SR Community Meeting Presentation  

Measure M Parks for All SW SR Community Meeting Presentation  

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