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May 27, 2020

C1: COTA PUD Presentation original pdf

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Austin Parks and Recreation Department Action on Proposed Circuit of the Americas Planned Unit Development (PUD) Parks and Recreation Board May 27, 2020 Scott Grantham Principal Planner Parks and Recreation Department 1 Overview • Consider a request for City consent for creation of the Circuit of the Americas Planned Unit Development (PUD): • Overview • Background • Parkland and Open Space Plan • Parkland Superiority (traditional development vs. PUD) • Board Recommendation • The Parks and Recreation Board will be asked to make a recommendation to City Council regarding the superiority of the Circuit of the Americas PUD as it pertains to parkland. 2 Background Timeline • 2006-2010 - Land acquired by applicant • 2010-2012 - Construction of racetrack and amphitheater • April 2013 - First concert at amphitheater • Dec 2013 - Annexed by City of Austin • Sept 2018 - Planned Unit Development (PUD) application started Existing Uses • Racetrack • Concert Venue / Amphitheater • Vacant Land Proposed (Additional) Uses • Phase 1 - Hotel (508 units) and Water Park; Condominiums (30 units) • Additional Phases uncertain at this point but could include: Multifamily, Retail, Mixed Use 3 3 Background • PUD zoning case is currently in review. • PUD developments are evaluated for superiority to existing City requirements. • Parks Board is one of several that will determine superiority, and send feedback to Council. • PARD Long Range Plan identifies soccer fields as a desired amenity, specific to this area. K 4 Proposed COTA PUD Parkland and Open Space Plan Plan: • Construct a park with amenities • Dedicate to the City of Austin • Triggered by first residential site plan Location • Northeast of the existing racetrack and amphitheater • Off Kellam Road, north of Elroy Road • Accessible via driveway (Public Access Easement) 5 Proposed Hotel / Water Park Proposed Park Amphitheater Racetrack Entrance Sign Access Drive 2 Soccer Fields CEF – Old Stock Tank Parking Lot Parkland and Open Space Plan • Dedication of Parkland • 11.38 gross acres • 9.71 credited acres • Recordation of 30’ Public Access Easement • Construction of 2 Soccer Fields, and Parking Lot • Other details (next slide) 6 Parkland and Open Space Plan • Two soccer fields (330’ x 220’ each) • Irrigation system for soccer fields • Parking lot (50 spaces) • 26’ driveway (within 30’ Public Access Easement) to Kellam Road; sign at entrance …

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C1: COTA PUD Timeline original pdf

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COTA TIMELINE 2006-2010 Land Acquisition Dec 2010 Groundbreaking for Racetrack Oct 2012 Construction of Amphitheater April 2013 First Concert at Amphitheater Dec 2013 Annexed by City of Austin Sept 2018 Planned Unit Development (PUD) Application Submittal PUD Submittal The COTA track and ancillary facilities were permitted and constructed while the project was in the City of Austin’s Extraterritorial Jurisdiction. The City of Austin annexed the project area in 2013 and gave the interim zoning designation of Interim Rural Residential (I-RR). The original vision was for the COTA track and amphitheater to spur economic development in and around the project area. In order to provide more development within the project area, a formal zoning designation is needed. COTA is looking to partner with developers to achieve a mix of uses that complement and enhance the project as a destination and entertainment district. The first phase of development contemplated is a hotel and waterpark that is project to be 155 feet in height. The only zoning tool in today’s current Land Development Code that allows for height above 60 feet is PUD zoning, thus PUD zoning was needed. PUD zoning allows for modifications to the Code, but also requires superiority measures. With regard to Parks and Recreation, the estimated development of 508 hotel units and 30 condominium units results in a requirement of 7.817 acres of land dedication and a $223,975 development fee. The COTA PUD proposal for parkland superiority is to provide for 11.38 acres of land (9.71 acres credited) for two regulation soccer fields and construction of those fields with irrigation. The cost estimate for the construction is $1.9 M, which is far in excess of the required development fee.

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E: Director's Report original pdf

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/ PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD DIRECTOR’S REPORT DATE: May 2020 MASTER PLAN UPDATES: John Treviño Jr. Metro Park at Morrison Ranch Master Plan: The draft master plan for the John Treviño Jr. Metro Park has been completed. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and public meeting restrictions, the presentations of the master plan to Boards and Commissions have been delayed. The park plan is tentatively scheduled to go before the Design Commission for a briefing, the Environmental Commission for action, and to the Parks and Recreation Board in June 2020. The draft master plan and additional information can be found at the project’s website: http://www.austintexas.gov/JohnTrevinoMetroPark. George Washington Carver Museum, Cultural and Genealogy Center Phase II Master Plan: The Parks and Recreation Department (PARD) held the Master Plan Kickoff Meeting in March. In mid-April, the consultant met with Carver staff to gather input and insight on the facility and its usage. The SpeakUp Austin! survey for the Carver Master Planning process went live on April 23 and the planning team hosted the first small group meeting virtually on May 4 with plans for future virtual small group meetings in the coming months. Additional information can be found at the project’s website: http://www.austintexas.gov/CarverATXplanning. Zilker Metro Park Master Plan: A request for qualifications (RFQ) was issued on March 2 to consultant teams to lead the master planning process for Zilker Metro Park. Consultant submittals were due on May 6 and the City received 16 proposals. Following the review of the proposals, PARD anticipates bringing a recommended consultant to City Council for approval in late summer 2020 and to begin the community planning and engagement process in late 2020/early 2021. Walter E. Long Metro Park Master Plan: The Walter E. Long Metropolitan Park Master Plan remains on hold until further notice and is ready to be presented to City Council. The draft master plan and additional information can be found at the project’s website: https://www.austintexas.gov/department/walter-e-long-park-master-plan. Land Development Code Rewrite: The LDC leadership team has met with less frequency over the past few weeks. The team will continue to meet and coordinate with the City’s Legal Department and the City Manager’s office in the coming weeks to determine a path forward for the LDC Revision. 1 DEVELOPMENT UPDATES: Alliance Children’s Garden: Construction of the Alliance Children’s Garden has been completed; however, the construction fencing, which prevents access to the playground, will remain in place until the …

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B1: REVISED Dove Springs Public Health Facility Presentation original pdf

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Dove Springs Public Health Facility 5811 Palo Blanco Lane Presentation - Parks & Recreation Board Kymberley Maddox, Austin Public Health Kalpana Sutaria, Public Works Department May 27, 2020 Proposed Facility  $16 million project approved by voters in 2018 Bond election  Two-Story Building - Lower Level about 16,000 Sq. Ft.  Estimated completion Spring 2023  Full Service Neighborhood Center  WIC Clinic  Immunizations Clinic  High Quality Child Care Center 2 Construction Site 3 Park Services Mitigation Construction of two Soccer Fields with lighting and turf at the south end of the Dove Springs Park including soccer viewing area Construction of Trails connecting neighborhood to existing District Park Trail System Lighting improvements to trails Total mitigation amount $356,039  $150,000 in park improvements  $206,039 cash 4 Climate Resilience Components LEED Silver Certification Use of Lobby as a temporary cooling center and information distribution Outdoor charging station with battery storage Backup power generator capability Rainwater collection 5 Current Phase and Next Steps Official address assigned to facility: 5811 Palo Blanco Lane A Design-Build firm, SpawGlass, approved by Contract negotiation and completion by end of the City Council May 2020 Design and permitting by late Spring 2021 Construction start by Fall 2021 Construction completion by Spring 2023 6 Community Outreach and Public Engagement  Two public meetings held during project start to guide initial planning phase  Next public meeting to introduce SpawGlass Design-Build Team to the community and allow team to hear community feedback first-hand in Summer 2020  Community Input meetings on Schematic Design options in Fall 2020 7 Community Outreach and Public Engagement  Public Engagement through website and social media is ongoing and will continue throughout the design phase  Community Task Force being developed for continuous feedback to SpawGlass and City of Austin team between public meetings 8 Thank you! Q & A 9

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Approved Minutes original pdf

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PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD May 27, 2020 Minutes The Parks and Recreation Board convened in a special meeting on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 via videoconference in Austin, Texas. Chair Lewis called the meeting to order at 3:06pm. Board Members in Attendance: Dawn Lewis; Laura Cottam Sajbel; Sarah Faust; Richard DePalma; Francoise Luca; Kate Mason-Murphy; Fred Morgan and Nina Rinaldi. Board Members Absent: Vice Chair Romteen Farasat and Board Members Anna L. DiCarlo and Kimberly Taylor. Staff in Attendance: Kimberly McNeeley; Liana Kallivoka; Lucas Massie; Suzanne Piper; Anthony Segura; Kymberley Maddox; Kalpana Sutaria; Scott Grantham and Sammi Curless. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION Pat Valls Trelles – Lamar Beach Master Plan and City of Austin lease agreement Austin Pets Alive. A. APPROVAL OF MINUTES The minutes from the meeting of April 29, 2020 were approved on Board Member Cottam Sajbel motion, Board Member Morgan second on an 8-0 vote. B. STAFF BRIEFINGS AND REPORTS* 1. Update on Dove Springs Public Health Facility Project Presentation made by Kymberley Maddox, Assistant Director, Austin Public Health and Kalpana Sutaria, Project Manager, Public Works Department. C. NEW BUSINESS: DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ITEMS 1. Presentation, discussion and possible action regarding a recommendation to the City Council regarding the superiority of the Circuit of the Americas Planned Unit Development as it pertains to parkland. Board Member Cottam Sajbel made a motion to recommend to the City Council the Circuit of the Americas Planned Unit Development as superior as it pertains to parkland; Board Member DePalma seconded the motion. The motion passed on a vote of 7-0 with Vice Chair Farasat and Board Members DiCarlo and Taylor absent. Board Member Faust abstained. Page 1 of 2 2. Discussion and possible action regarding the Parks and Recreation Department Fiscal Year 2021 proposed budget. No action was taken on this item, but it was suggested by Board Members DePalma and Faust to establish a budget committee or working group for the Board. 3. Discussion and possible action regarding continuation of the Land, Facilities and Programs Committee. No action was taken on this item but possible sunsetting of this Committee and amending the bylaws was discussed by the Board. Board Member DePalma will review the bylaws and return to the Board at a future meeting with a recommendation. D. ITEMS FROM BOARD MEMBERS 1. Discussion and possible action regarding the Alternative Funding Working Group (Lewis, Farasat, DePalma, Rinaldi). Board Member Rinaldi is drafting …

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May 15, 2020

Agenda original pdf

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Special Meeting of the Land, Facilities and Programs Committee of the Parks and Recreation Board May 15, 2020 Land, Facilities and Programs Committee meeting to be held May 15, 2020 with Social Distancing Modifications Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance (May 14 by Noon). All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the May 15, 2020, Land, Facilities and Programs Committee Meeting, residents must: •Call or email the board liaison at 512-974-6716 or sammi.curless@austintexas.gov no later than noon, (the day before the meeting). The information required is the speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, and a telephone number or email address. •Once a request to speak has been called in or emailed to the board liaison, residents will receive either an email or phone call providing the telephone number to call on the day of the scheduled meeting. •Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. •Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. •Handouts or other information may be emailed to sammi.curless@austintexas.gov by Noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. •If this meeting is broadcast live, residents may watch the meeting here: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch- atxn-live PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD LAND, FACILITIES AND PROGRAMS COMMITTEE FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2020 – 10:00AM VIA VIDEOCONFERENCING Kate Mason-Murphy (D-3) Kimberly Taylor (D-8) Dawn Lewis, Ex-Officio (D-10) AGENDA COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Fred Morgan (D-6), Chair Laura Cottam-Sajbel (D-9) Romteen Farasat (D-4) CALL TO ORDER A. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Approve the minutes of the Land, Facilities and Programs Committee regular meeting of November 18, 2019. B. STAFF BRIEFINGS AND REPORTS* 1. Briefing regarding procedure and progress on the City Council directive to vacate right- of-way in Roy G. Guerrero Colorado River Metropolitan Park. Presenter: Scott Grantham, Principal Planner, Parks and Recreation Department C. NEW BUSINESS: DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ITEMS 1. Presentation, discussion and possible action regarding a request for recommendation to the Parks and Recreation Board regarding the superiority of the Circuit of the Americas Planned Unit Development as it pertains to parkland. Presenter: Scott Grantham, Principal Planner, Parks …

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A: Draft Minutes from November 18, 2019 original pdf

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PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD LAND, FACILITIES, AND PROGRAMS COMMITTEE Monday, November 18, 2019 – 1:30 P.M. Britton, Durst, Howard and Spence Building 1183 Chestnut Ave., Austin, Texas 78702 Tom Donovan (D-5) Kimberly Taylor (D-8) Laura Cottam-Sajbel (D-9) Dawn Lewis, Ex-Officio (D-10) Minutes COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Fred Morgan (D-6), Chair Kate Mason-Murphy (D-3) A. CALL TO ORDER Committee Chair Morgan called the meeting to order at 1:35p.m. B. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Committee Member Taylor made a motion to approve the minutes of the Land, Facilities and Programs Committee regular meeting of September 9, 2019. Committee Member Mason-Murphy seconded the motion. The motion carried on a vote of 4-0, with Committee Member Donovan absent. C. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL No citizen communications. D. DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ITEMS 2. Committee Member Cottam-Sajbel made a motion to recommend to the Parks and Recreation Board the Local Standards of Care Ordinance. Committee Member Mason-Murphy seconded the motion. The motion carried on a vote of 4-0, with Committee Member Donovan absent. 3. Committee Member Taylor made a motion to recommend to the Parks and Recreation Board the improvements being proposed in the Parkland Improvement Agreement at Lamar Beach Park. Committee Member Cottam-Sajbel seconded the motion. The motion carried on a vote of 4-0, with Board Member Donovan absent. 4. Committee Member Mason-Murphy made a motion to recommend to the Parks and Recreation Board the First Amendment to the Consent Agreement by and among the City of Austin, Onion Creek Metro Park District, and Austin Goodnight Ranch LP. Committee Member Taylor seconded the motion. The motion carried on a vote of 4-0, with Board Member Donovan absent. Page 1 of 2 5. Committee Member Mason-Murphy made a motion to approve the committee meeting schedule for calendar year 2020. Committee Member Cottam-Sajbel seconded the motion. The motion carried on a vote of 4-0, with Committee Member Donovan absent. F. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS No future agenda items were requested. G. ADJOURNMENT Committee Chair Morgan adjourned the meeting at 2:34p.m. The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days (48 hours) before the meeting date. Please call Shelley Franklin at the Parks and Recreation Department, at 974-6717, for additional information; TTY …

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B1: Council Member Motions original pdf

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Items 94-96 8.22.19 CM Pool Motion Sheet Staff Direction: "Staff is directed to review Roy G. Guerrero Colorado River Metro Park boundaries for existing easements and right-of-way, in particular existing right-of-way for Lakeshore Drive within the park, and initiate vacation of any easements and right-of-way unrelated to providing necessary functions, utilities, and access to the park." Item 107-111 8.8.19 CM Pool Staff Direction (Passed without objection) 1. The City Manager is directed to remove language regarding the possibility of a Chapter 26 process from the transportation memo dated August 1 referencing the zoning entitlements as Planning Commission recommends. Item #6 under the list of review findings with the Chapter 26 process language should be removed, and transportation staff should locate the two- way multi-use trail and sidewalks within Roy G. Guerrero park adjacent to the applicant’s northernmost tract identified as Tract 1 in C14-2018-0028." 2. The City Manager is directed to have the Austin Transportation Department (ATD) and the Parks & Recreation Department (PARD) work together to initiate a vacation of the easement that extends across Roy G. Guerrero park east of Wickersham Lane."

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B1: Guerrero Park ROW Presentation original pdf

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Austin Parks and Recreation Department Briefing on Roy G. Guerrero Colorado River Metropolitan Park Right-of-Way Land, Facilities and Programs Committee May 15, 2020 Scott Grantham Principal Planner Parks and Recreation Department Overview • Briefing regarding the process and progress of vacating ROW in Roy G. Guerrero Colorado Metropolitan Park. • Overview • Background • Process and Timeline • This briefing item will be brought back periodically as progress is made. 2 Background • Origin – As part of 2019 zoning case, neighborhood advocates request that unused, unbuilt ROW in Roy G. Guerrero Colorado River Metro be vacated 3 Background • Original Motion: 8.22.19, CM Pool Motion Sheet, Items 94-96 • Staff Direction: "Staff is directed to review Roy G. Guerrero Colorado River Metro Park boundaries for existing easements and right-of-way, in particular existing right-of-way for Lakeshore Drive within the park, and initiate vacation of any easements and right-of-way unrelated to providing necessary functions, utilities, and access to the park." • Passed by Council without objection 4 Process • PARD is the applicant, files with the Office of Real Estate Services (ORES) • PARD is identifying all existing ROW in the park; and ordering a survey with the City’s survey group • Once submitted, case will go to various reviewers for comments; applicant responds to clear comments • Scheduled for public hearings: • Urban Transportation Commission, • Planning Commission • City Council (final approval) 5 Timeline • 3 months for the survey to be delivered (ordered in May, 2020) • 6 – 12 months for the application to be scheduled before the City Council for action • Totaling 9 – 15 months overall 6 Questions Scott Grantham Principal Planner Parks and Recreation Department 7

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B1: Map with Deeds original pdf

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C1: COTA PUD Irrigation Cost Estimate original pdf

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COTA PUD Cost Estimate Area (Sq. Ft.) Quantity Item Soccer Field 1 (330' x 210') Soccer Field 2 (330' x 210') Storm Water Pond Soccer Fields parking Soccer Fields driveway Signage Irrigation (Meter, Meter Tap, & System) 69,300 69,300 34,127 25,932 - - - - - 1 - - 1 1 Unit Cost $4.75/Sq. Ft. $4.75/Sq. Ft. - $12/Sq. Ft. $12/Sq. Ft. $1,500/Each System Cost Cost $500,000.00 - - - - - $329,175.00 $329,175.00 $500,000.00 $409,524.00 $311,184.00 $1,500.00 $1,603 [Meter (3") + Tap Fee] $105,000.00 $106,603.00 Total Cost $1,987,161.00 __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ WGI 2021 East 5th Street | Suite 200 | Austin, Texas 78702 512.669.5560 | WGINC.com

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C1: COTA PUD Location Exhibits original pdf

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C1: COTA PUD Park & Open Space Exhibits original pdf

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C1: COTA PUD Presentation original pdf

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Austin Parks and Recreation Department Action on Proposed Circuit of the Americas Planned Unit Development (PUD) Parks and Recreation Board May 2020 Scott Grantham Principal Planner Parks and Recreation Department 1 Overview • Consider a request for City consent for creation of the Circuit of the Americas Planned Unit Development (PUD): • Overview • Background • Parkland and Open Space Plan • Parkland Superiority (traditional development vs. PUD) • Board Recommendation • The Parks and Recreation Board will be asked to make a recommendation to City Council regarding the superiority of the Circuit of the Americas PUD as it pertains to parkland. 2 Background Timeline • 2006-2010 - Land acquired by applicant • 2010-2012 - Construction of racetrack and amphitheater • April 2013 - First concert at amphitheater • Dec 2013 - Annexed by City of Austin • Sept 2018 - Planned Unit Development (PUD) application started Existing Uses • Racetrack • Concert Venue / Amphitheater • Vacant Land Proposed (Additional) Uses • Phase 1 - Hotel (508 units) and Water Park; Condominiums (30 units) • Additional Phases uncertain at this point but could include: Multifamily, Retail, Mixed Use 3 3 Background • PUD zoning case is currently in review. • PUD developments are evaluated for superiority to existing City requirements. • Parks Board is one of several that will determine superiority, and send feedback to Council. • PARD Long Range Plan identifies soccer fields as a desired amenity, specific to this area. K 4 Proposed COTA PUD Parkland and Open Space Plan Plan: • Construct a park with amenities • Dedicate to the City of Austin • Triggered by first residential site plan Location • Northeast of the existing racetrack and amphitheater • Off Kellam Road, north of Elroy Road • Accessible via driveway (Public Access Easement) 5 Proposed Hotel / Water Park Proposed Park Amphitheater Racetrack Entrance Sign Access Drive 2 Soccer Fields CEF – Old Stock Tank Parking Lot Parkland and Open Space Plan • Dedication of Parkland • 11.38 gross acres • 9.71 credited acres • Recordation of 30’ Public Access Easement • Construction of 2 Soccer Fields, and Parking Lot • Other details (next slide) 6 Parkland and Open Space Plan • Two soccer fields (330’ x 220’ each) • Irrigation system for soccer fields • Parking lot (50 spaces) • 26’ driveway (within 30’ Public Access Easement) to Kellam Road; sign at entrance • …

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C1: COTA PUD Timeline original pdf

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COTA TIMELINE 2006-2010 Land Acquisition Dec 2010 Groundbreaking for Racetrack Oct 2012 Construction of Amphitheater April 2013 First Concert at Amphitheater Dec 2013 Annexed by City of Austin Sept 2018 Planned Unit Development (PUD) Application Submittal PUD Submittal The COTA track and ancillary facilities were permitted and constructed while the project was in the City of Austin’s Extraterritorial Jurisdiction. The City of Austin annexed the project area in 2013 and gave the interim zoning designation of Interim Rural Residential (I-RR). The original vision was for the COTA track and amphitheater to spur economic development in and around the project area. In order to provide more development within the project area, a formal zoning designation is needed. COTA is looking to partner with developers to achieve a mix of uses that complement and enhance the project as a destination and entertainment district. The first phase of development contemplated is a hotel and waterpark that is project to be 155 feet in height. The only zoning tool in today’s current Land Development Code that allows for height above 60 feet is PUD zoning, thus PUD zoning was needed. PUD zoning allows for modifications to the Code, but also requires superiority measures. With regard to Parks and Recreation, the estimated development of 508 hotel units and 30 condominium units results in a requirement of 7.817 acres of land dedication and a $223,975 development fee. The COTA PUD proposal for parkland superiority is to provide for 11.38 acres of land (9.71 acres credited) for two regulation soccer fields and construction of those fields with irrigation. The cost estimate for the construction is $1.9 M, which is far in excess of the required development fee.

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C2: Trevino Park Presentation original pdf

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Master Plan for John Treviño Jr. Metropolitan Park at Morrison Ranch Land, Facilities, and Programs Committee Request for Recommendation to the Parks and Recreation Board Charles Mabry, Associate Project Manager, PARD David Malda, Principal, GGN May 11, 2020 • 330 acres of former ranch 5 I-3 Walter E. Long Metro Park Park Context • 2003: Purchased by PARD • 2006: Named after John Treviño Jr., former Council Member and Mayor Pro Tem • 5,000 feet of Colorado River frontage • 2/3 of the site lies in the 100-year floodplain and TX-130 • Located at 9501 FM-969 between US-183 Ladybird Lake 3 8 1 S U e r o R i v d o l o r a C Decker Ln F M 9 6 9 Treviño Park M 973 F 0 R 13 S US 71 Austin-Bergstrom Intl Airport John Treviño Jr. at City of Austin park dedication in 2016 (Image credit: BetoATX) 2 MONTOPOLISDEL VALLECENTRAL EAST AUSTINDOWNTOWN AUSTIN Master Plan Schedule 2019 MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC FEB MAR APR 2020 JAN Discovery Site Analysis Existing Conditions, Opportunities, and Challenges Report Develop Shared Vision Story Gathering Community Meeting #1 Summary What We’ve Heard: Vision & Values Community Meeting #2 Summary Focused Engagement Phases Ongoing Community Engagement Explore Concepts Preliminary Concepts Community Meeting #3 Summary Develop Master Plan Preferred Master Plan Community Meeting #4 Summary Document and Refine Draft Master Plan Report Boards and Commisions Review and Adopt City Council Final Master Plan Report 3 Public Engagement: Approach Meetings and Events • 4 community meetings (two on-site at Treviño Park) • 11 Small Group Discussions • 3 Technical Advisory Group (TAG) Meetings Surveys • 3 community surveys (digital and print in English and Spanish) Individual outreach • Engagement with individuals, 16+ organizations, 3 neighborhood associations, and 5 local schools • In-person outreach in East Austin: 3 school events, 5 neighborhood/organization events, and 5 church services July 8 community meeting nature talk + hike December 7 community meeting with organization partners 4 Public Engagement: Listening 1) Site, parks, and your story • Connection to place • Notes & postcards • Oral histories • Survey: 398 respondents (41% responses from neighboring zip codes*) Community Priorities: 2) What we heard • Park Vision and Values • Opportunity to share feedback to date and confirm understanding of community goals Nature Stewardship + Education 3) An ideal day at Treviño …

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C2: Revised Trevino Park Presentation original pdf

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Master Plan for John Treviño Jr. Metropolitan Park at Morrison Ranch Land, Facilities, and Programs Committee Request for Recommendation to the Parks and Recreation Board Charles Mabry, Associate Project Manager, PARD David Malda, Principal, GGN May 15, 2020 • 330 acres of former ranch 5 I-3 Walter E. Long Metro Park Park Context • 2003: Purchased by PARD • 2006: Named after John Treviño Jr., former Council Member and Mayor Pro Tem • 5,000 feet of Colorado River frontage • 2/3 of the site lies in the 100-year floodplain and TX-130 • Located at 9501 FM-969 between US-183 Ladybird Lake 3 8 1 S U e r o R i v d o l o r a C Decker Ln F M 9 6 9 Treviño Park M 973 F 0 R 13 S US 71 Austin-Bergstrom Intl Airport John Treviño Jr. at City of Austin park dedication in 2016 (Image credit: BetoATX) 2 MONTOPOLISDEL VALLECENTRAL EAST AUSTINDOWNTOWN AUSTIN Master Plan Schedule 2019 MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC FEB MAR APR 2020 JAN Discovery Site Analysis Existing Conditions, Opportunities, and Challenges Report Develop Shared Vision Story Gathering Community Meeting #1 Summary What We’ve Heard: Vision & Values Community Meeting #2 Summary Focused Engagement Phases Ongoing Community Engagement Explore Concepts Preliminary Concepts Community Meeting #3 Summary Develop Master Plan Preferred Master Plan Community Meeting #4 Summary Document and Refine Draft Master Plan Report Boards and Commisions Review and Adopt City Council Final Master Plan Report 3 Public Engagement: Approach Meetings and Events • 4 community meetings (two on-site at Treviño Park) • 11 Small Group Discussions • 3 Technical Advisory Group (TAG) Meetings Surveys • 3 community surveys (digital and print in English and Spanish) Individual outreach • Engagement with individuals, 16+ organizations, 3 neighborhood associations, and 5 local schools • In-person outreach in East Austin: 3 school events, 5 neighborhood/organization events, and 5 church services July 8 community meeting nature talk + hike December 7 community meeting with organization partners 4 Public Engagement: Listening 1) Site, parks, and your story • Connection to place • Notes & postcards • Oral histories • Survey: 398 respondents (41% responses from neighboring zip codes*) Community Priorities: 2) What we heard • Park Vision and Values • Opportunity to share feedback to date and confirm understanding of community goals Nature Stewardship + Education 3) An ideal day at Treviño …

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April 29, 2020

Agenda original pdf

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Special Meeting of the Parks and Recreation Board April 29, 2020 The Parks and Recreation Board special meeting will be held April 29, 2020 with social distancing modifications. Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance (April 28, 2020 by Noon). All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. • To speak remotely at the April 29, 2020 Parks and Recreation Board Meeting, residents must: • Call or email the board liaison at 512-974-6716 or sammi.curless@austintexas.gov no later than noon, April 28, 2020. The information required is the speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, and a telephone number or email address. • Once a request to speak has been called in or emailed to the board liaison, residents will receive either an email or phone call providing the telephone number to call on the day of the scheduled meeting. • Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. • Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. • Handouts or other information may be emailed to sammi.curless@austintexas.gov by Noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. If this meeting is broadcast live, residents may watch the meeting here: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn- live PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD Wednesday, April 29, 2020 – 3:00-4:30 p.m. Via Videoconference PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD MEMBERS: Dawn Lewis (D-10), Chair Romteen Farasat (D-4), Vice Chair Richard DePalma (Mayor) Nina Rinaldi (D-1) Anna L. Di Carlo (D-2) Kate Mason-Murphy (D-3) Kim Taylor (D-8) Sarah Faust (D-5) Fred Morgan (D-6) Francoise Luca (D-7) Laura Cottam Sajbel (D-9) AGENDA CALL TO ORDER A. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Approve the minutes of the Parks and Recreation Board regular meeting of February 25, 2020. B. NEW BUSINESS: DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ITEMS 1. Discussion and possible action regarding election of Parks and Recreation Board Chair and Vice Chair. 2. Presentation, discussion and possible action regarding the Parks and Recreation Department Fiscal Year 2020-2021 budget. Presenters: Robert Brizendine, Budget Analyst IV, City of Austin Budget Office and Vanorda Richardson, Financial Manager III, Parks and Recreation Department 3. Discussion and possible action regarding selection of members …

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Draft Minutes from February 25, 2020 original pdf

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PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD February 25, 2020 MINUTES The Parks and Recreation Board convened in a regular meeting on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at 301 W. 2nd St. in Austin, Texas. Chair Lewis called the meeting to order at 6:08pm. Board Members in Attendance: Dawn Lewis; Romteen Farasat; Laura Cottam Sajbel; Sarah Faust; Richard DePalma ; Anna L. Di Carlo; Francoise Luca; Kate Mason-Murphy; Fred Morgan and Kim Taylor. Nina Rinaldi arrived at 6:14pm. Staff in Attendance: Anthony Segura; Liana Kallivoka; Suzanne Piper; Amanda Ross; Fred Fuller; Janna Renfro; Jason Maurer; Randy Scott; Scott Grantham and Sammi Curless. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION Kevin Reinis – Austin Rowing Club events and outreach. Andrew Harrod – Save Barton Creek Association publication entitled “Explorer’s Guide to the Hill Country Oasis”. Robert Corbin – Concessions in Austin waterfront parks. Malcolm Yeatts – Status update from relevant departments related to August 22, 2019 City Council directive to remove unused right-of-way from Guerrero Park. Linda Guerrero – Update on vacation of unused street right-of-way in Guerrero Park per City Council directive on August 22, 2019. A. APPROVAL OF MINUTES The minutes from the meeting of January 28, 2020 were approved on Board Member Cottam Sajbal motion, Vice Chair Farasat second on an 11-0 vote. Items under “C. Staff Briefings and Reports” on the agenda were moved up to be heard before items under “B. New Business: Discussion and Possible Action Items” due to matters of time. In addition, Item C2 was heard first followed by Items C1 and C3. C. STAFF BRIEFINGS & REPORTS* 1. Update on Austin City Limits (ACL) C3 Presents contract. The presentation was made by Jason Maurer, Sales and Event Manager, Parks and Recreation Department and Colin Wallis, CEO, Austin Parks Foundation. 2. Update on Roy G. Guerrero Park channel stabilization. The presentation was made by Fred Fuller, Project Manager, Parks and Recreation Department and Janna Renfro, Engineer, Watershed Protection Department. 3. Off leash dogs and portable signage in parks. The presentation was made by Amanda Ross, Natural Resources Programs Division Manager, Parks and Recreation Department. 1 B. NEW BUSINESS: DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ITEMS 1. Discussion and possible action regarding selection of members to serve on the Land, Facilities, and Programs Committee and the Joint Committee of the Environmental Commission and Parks and Recreation Board. Chair Lewis nominated Vice Chair Farasat to serve as a member of the Land, Facilities, and Programs Committee …

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