Parks Replacement Bond

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts with us!  Comments are due by 9am, Monday, November 19, 2018.

Project Overview
A new playground and ADA pathway improvements are coming to Creston Park, thanks to funding from the Parks Replacement Bond.

In May 2018, PP&R asked for your input on three design options shared at an open house and online. Read here what we heard from you and your neighbors. Commissioner Amanda Fritz announced in August 2018 an allocation of an additional $850,000 in System Development Charge funds for this project. At the community gathering event on November 8, PP&R and the design team from Mayer/Reed, Inc. shared a draft of the final design that incorporates community input and these additional funds.

LOOKING AHEAD:
The design team with Mayer Reed will review all community feedback before moving forward in the design development process. Once the design process is complete, the team will prepare construction documents, go through the permitting process, and put the project out for bid. Construction is anticipated to run Winter 2019/20 - Spring 2020.


Before you begin, please view the full meeting presentation.





Before you begin, please view the full meeting presentation.

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* 1. What is your general reaction to the playground design?

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* 2. The playground design and community gathering spaces create a welcoming, safe, and usable space for all ages and abilities.

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* 3.
Pick your favorite color option:

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* 4. IF within the current project budget, we are not able to include every feature and play element shown in the draft design, what are the FIVE MOST IMPORTANT proposed elements in the design to include? 


PICK ONLY FIVE:

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* 5. Public input was incorporated into the overall design concept.

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* 6. The public process was open, inclusive, and transparent. 

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* 7. Thank you for participating in the design of your neighborhood park. Your comments and experiences have helped shaped the design.  Is there anything else you would like us to know?

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