RECOMMENDATIONS | Trail | Parks

Summary of Subcommittee Recommendations Public Benefit Fund Status – September 11, 2013

Category Percent of Net / Funding Amount Interest Earnings Approved expenditures Description of approved expenditure Remaining Fund Balance

Parks & Recreation Trails Agricultural Open Space Natural Open Space Other Public Benefit Improvements Total

38% / $4,339,820 8% / $913,646 20% / $2,284,116 18% / $2,055,704 16% / $1,827,293 100%/$11,420,579

$12,975 $2,732 $6,829

$386,000 + $100,000 $162,128

Restroom Rehab; Heritage Park Matching funds for OBT Land acquisition

$3,866,795 $754,250 $2,290,945 $0 $1,832,756 $8,744,746

$2,055,704 $5,463 $27,999 $2,703,832

Potential Uses of Funds – Parks and Recreation
Project Description Benefit Type Source of Project Recommendation Source Recommended Priority Council Subcommittee Recommended Priority Estimated Cost Range

Existing Park Rehabilitation
Restrooms (11 parks) – upgrades to restroom fixtures and door locks Lighting (17 parks) – replace and upgrade light fixtures throughout parks Lighting (1 park) – replace and upgrade specialized sports field lighting. Tree/vegetation Trim (4 parks) – trimming of trees and vegetation overgrowth Parking lots (10 parks) – repave existing parking lots Health/Safety Health/Safety P&R Commission P&R Commission 1 2 Approved and Allocated High $386,000 $1,000 to $3,000 per pole $700 to $800 per head $35,000 to $40,000 per pole $45 to $75 per tree $650,000 to $1,000000 per lot

Facility Upgrade Health/Safety Health/Safety

P&R Committee P&R Commission P&R Commission

2 3 4

Low NA – maintenance High

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Project Description

Benefit Type

Source of Project Recommendation

Source Recommended Priority

Council Subcommittee Recommended Priority

Estimated Cost Range

Playground mulch (3 parks) – replenish mulch under play equipment Landscape/Irrigation (16 parks) – replace and upgrade landscaping and irrigation systems Fencing (3 parks) – repair and replace existing fencing Painting (4 parks) – repaint existing structures Flooring (1 location) – replace existing flooring Gazebo/Shade Structure (6 parks) – repair existing or construct new structure Refurbish courts (4 parks) – refurbish existing basketball and tennis courts Cabinetry (1 location) – replace existing cabinetry Trash enclosures (15 parks) – add, replace, upgrade trash enclosures and receptacles Picnic pavilion (3 parks) – refurbish existing or construct new structure Site furniture/fountains (1 park) – replace existing Site Signage (9 parks) – upgrade existing or add new signage

Health/Safety Health/Safety Facility Upgrade Facility Upgrade Facility Upgrade Facility Upgrade Facility Upgrade Facility Upgrade Facility Upgrade New Amenities New Amenities New Amenities

P&R Commission P&R Commission P&R Commission P&R Commission P&R Commission P&R Commission P&R Commission P&R Commission P&R Commission P&R Commission P&R Commission P&R Commission

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17

High High – phasing plan Medium – phasing plan NA maintenance Medium Medium – phasing plan Medium – phasing plan Low – seek donation High Medium – phasing plan Low – Phasing Plan Low – Phasing plan

$25,000 per park $50,000 to $70,000 per park $30 to $150 per linear foot $5,000 to $10,000 per building Under bathroom remodel project $5,000 to $7,000 $20 per sq. ft.

$4,000 to $6,000 per enclosure

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Project Description

Benefit Type

Source of Project Recommendation

Source Recommended Priority

Council Subcommittee Recommended Priority

Estimated Cost Range

Basketball court (1 park) – construct new court Security cameras- Panorama Point Security cameras – selected city parks per Police Department recommendation

New Amenities Public safety Public safety

P&R Commission Redlands Conservancy Council Subcommittee

18 1 Low

Low – phasing plan High Low – phasing plan

$19,000

New Park Development
Skateboard Park (Sylvan Park or other site) – design/ construct new skateboard park Centennial Park – design and construct new park on Santa Ana River bluff on city owned park site Laramie/Lincoln St. Park – design and construct approx. 1ac. new park at intersection of Lincoln and Laramie on city owned site Recreation Resources at Opal Basin detention basin – design and construct trails and amenities at Opal Basin Amphitheater at Heritage Park – design and construct new amphitheater Water Wheel at Heritage Park – design and construct water wheel amenity Barton School House Restoration – complete restoration of Barton School house New Amenity or New Park New Park and amenities New Parks and amenities New amenities / dual purpose New Amenities Community Organization Council Subcommittee Council Subcommittee Council Subcommittee Council Subcommittee Council Subcommittee Council Subcommittee 1 Low; matching funds opportunity Medium; matching funds opportunity Low; matching funds opportunity Low; matching funds/in-kind opportunity Low; matching funds/in-kind opportunity Low; matching funds/in-kind opportunity High – $300,00 to matching funds $500,000 Medium – matching funds Medium – matching funds Low – matching funds Low – matching funds Low – matching funds Low – matching funds

New Amenities

New Amenities

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Potential Uses of Funds – Trails
Project Description Benefit Category Estimated Cost Source of Project Source Council Recommendation Recommended Subcommittee Range Priority Recommended Priority

Orange Blossom Trail – provide matching funds to complete remaining segments of trail and associated road crossings Orange Blossom Trail – provide matching funds for landscaping, irrigation, signage and other amenities Santa Ana River Trail – provide matching funds for completion of trail and bridge segments Santa Ana River Trail – provide matching funds for landscaping, irrigation, signage and other amenities Gateway at trailheads in San Timoteo Nature Sanctuary Emerald Necklace Trail of Gems Signage – signage and amenities to promote ecotourism Zanja Trail and Greenway – provide matching funds for construction of trail and road crossings

New Amenity (some funding approved) New Amenity

Council Subcommittee

Council Subcommittee

New Regional Amenity (state funding available) New Regional Amenity

Council Subcommittee

Council Subcommittee

New Amenity

Redlands Conservancy Redlands Conservancy Redlands Conservancy

High; matching funds opportunity Medium; matching funds/in-kind opportunity Medium; matching funds opportunity Low; matching funds/in-kind opportunity 1

High – matching funds Medium – matching funds High – matching funds Medium – matching funds High – matching funds Medium – matching funds High – matching funds $30,000 - $50,000

New Amenity

2

Less than $10,000

New Amenity

3

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Project Description

Benefit Category

Estimated Cost Source of Project Source Council Recommendation Recommended Subcommittee Range Priority Recommended Priority

Zanja Trail and Greenway – provide matching funds for landscaping, irrigation, signage and other amenities Existing trails – repair or improvement of trail surfaces and amenities Bike lanes – matching funds for addition of bike lanes and signage

New Amenity

Redlands Conservancy Low

4

Public Safety

Council Subcommittee New Council Amenity/Public Subcommittee Safety

Medium – matching funds Low Medium – matching funds

Medium

Potential Uses of Funds – Other Public Benefits
Project Description Benefit Category Source of Project Source Recommended Estimated Cost Recommendation Recommended Subcommittee Range Priority Priority

Community Gateway improvements – murals, underpass lighting, downtown entry walls, landscaping and lighting (match or full purchase) Community Gateway improvements – other freeway or major arterial road entry points (match or full purchase)

New Amenities Council Subcommittee

High

High

New Amenities Council Subcommittee

Low

Low

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