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Indoor Recreation Facilities Master Plan Hillsboro Parks and Recreation Department

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Master Plan Approach • Background Materials - Community Master Plans

- HPRD Strategic Plan 2011-1216 - Hillsboro 2020 Vision Action Plan - 53rd Avenue Feasibility Study 2008 • Demographic Analysis • National Trends and Standards • Tour Existing Facilities • Staff Input

• Stakeholder Input (HSD and Tuality) • Public Input

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Existing Indoor Facilities

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Hillsboro Summary • Indoor facilities are located in established areas of community

• There is only one true recreation center • There are a number of smaller facilities • Only one indoor and one outdoor pool • The City has several specialty facilities - Cultural Arts Center - Senior Center - Environmental Center

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Trends and Standards • Recreation Centers - Larger and more multi-faceted

- One per 30,000 to 50,000 population • Aquatic Facilities - Larger and more multi-use - One per 20,000 to 30,000 population • Specialty Facilities - Senior Centers integrated w/ Recreation Center - Partnerships to build other facilities

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Indoor Recreation Facilities Needs • Areas of Hillsboro are currently underserved • Need for additional indoor recreation space

• Need aquatic center on eastside • Regional approach to indoor facilities • Provide diverse options of facility inventory • Distributed delivery of services • Avoid small single purpose facilities • New facilities complement current facilities

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Indoor Recreation Facilities Needs • Serve all ages and ethnic groups • New facilities 60-65% cost recovery goal

• Upgrade existing indoor recreation facilities • Civic Campus (Senior Ctr., SHARC, Library) • Develop specialty facilities thru partnerships • HSD needs turf fields, gyms, comp. aquatics

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Vision and Priorities • Update and maintain existing facilities - SHARC

- Senior Center - Walters Cultural Arts Center • New large multi-purpose center - 53rd Avenue • Smaller more focused center - AmberGlen • Larger multi-purpose center - South Hillsboro

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Long Range Plan

Proposed Facilities Opsis Architecture | Ballard*King


53rd Avenue Recreation Center

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53rd Avenue Recreation Center

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53rd Avenue Recreation Center building area

90,000 gsf

parking stalls

300 stalls

project cost

$37.4m

expense

$2.5-2.7m

revenue

$2.0-2.1m

cost recovery

78-80%

Aquatic Spaces • recreational pool (water: 6,000 sf) Activity Spaces • multi-purpose gymnasium (2 courts) • elevated walk/jog track • multi-purpose group exercise • fitness studio • cardio/weight room • fitness assessment/wellness center • childwatch room Community Spaces • casual activities lounge areas • cafe/deli with seating • senior area • teen area • shared game room • community room (200 seated/3-room divisible) • special events/birthday room (2-room divisible) Opsis Architecture | Ballard*King


AmberGlen

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AmberGlen building area

42,000 gsf

parking stalls

130 stalls

project cost

$14.9m

expense

$0.9-1.1m

revenue

$0.45-0.55m

cost recovery

50%

Activity Spaces • multi-purpose exercise/rehearsal spaces • fitness studio • cardio/weight room (3,000 sf) • fitness assessment/wellness center • childwatch room Community Spaces • casual activities lounge areas • exhibition space • community/performance room (200 seated/divisible) • arts/crafts classroom

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South Hillsboro

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South Hillsboro building area

110,000 gsf

parking stalls

375 stalls

project cost

$45.8m

expense

$2.9-3.1m

revenue

$2.0-2.1m

cost recovery

68-69%

Aquatic Spaces • recreational pool (water: 3,500sf) • 8-lane 25 yard pool Activity Spaces • multi-purpose gymnasium (3 courts) • elevated walk/jog track • rock climbing • multi-purpose group exercise • fitness studio • cardio/weight room (4,000sf) • fitness assessment / wellness center Community Spaces • casual activities lounge areas • senior area • teen area • shared game room • community room (200 seated / divisible) • multi-purpose classroom • special events/birthday room (divisible) Potential Partnership Spaces • 50-meter pool, indoor tennis and ice rink Opsis Architecture | Ballard*King


SHARC

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SHARC project cost

$3m

expense

$0.06-0.08m

revenue

$0.075-0.11m

cost recovery

125-138%

Aquatic Spaces • new outdoor sprayground pool (3,600sf) • new cabana/sunshade structure Activity Spaces • cardio/weight room (4,000sf) • new multi-purpose group exercise (remodel cardio) Remodel Spaces • switch concessions with control desk • upgrade family changing rooms • provide aquatic offices with windows • new sliding partition at multi-purpose room • miscellaneous minor improvements

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Senior Center

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Senior Center project cost

$1.1m

expense

$10,000-20,000

revenue

$2,000-4,000

cost recovery

20%

Remodel Spaces • interior finishes/lighting upgrades • convert underutilized spaces • add walk-in cooler and office • add divider walls at multi-purpose rooms • limited exterior upgrades

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Shute Park Civic Campus

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Walter’s Cultural Arts Center

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Walter’s Cultural Arts Center project cost

$0.07m

expense

$1,000-2,000

revenue

$1,000-1,500

cost recovery

75-100%

Outdoor Community Space • new shade trellis at outdoor terrace (500sf)

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Jackson Bottom Education Center

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Jackson Bottom Education Center project cost

$0.7m

expense

$0.085-0.105m

revenue

$0.02-0.05m

cost recovery

24-28%

Remodel Spaces • convert mezzanine storage to offices • convert first floor offices to classroom • add elevator and egress stair

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Next Steps • Incorporate public comments • Present to Hillsboro Parks & Recreation

Commission • Present to City Council as informational item • City Council decision to advance individual projects

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