4.5 SR 01-18-2022
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4.5 SR 01-18-2022
1/14/2022 8:41:54 AM
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<br />Request for Action <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />To Item Number <br />Mayor and City Council 4.5 <br />Agenda Section Meeting Date Prepared by <br />Consent January 18, 2022 Michael Hecker, Parks and Recreation Director <br />Item Description Reviewed by <br />Athletic Field Utilization Study Cal Portner, City Administrator <br />Reviewed by <br /> <br /> <br />Action Requested <br />Approve, by motion, the HKGi Athletic Field Utilization Study for $30,000. <br /> <br />Background/Discussion <br />The Athletic Field Utilization Study is intended to provide clear definition of what types of facilities are needed to <br />best serve the existing and long-term demand on the city’s athletic facilities. The analysis and recommendations <br />will provide clear guidance to the master planning proposed for 2023 for our key athletic community parks (YAC, <br />DAAC and OKAC). <br /> <br />A scope of work was prepared by staff and sent to two consultants for a quote. HKGi is most familiar with our <br />park facilities and had the most comprehensive proposal with the lowest quote of the two quotes received. <br /> <br />Financial Impact <br />The funding to complete the Athletic Field Utilization Study for $30,000 is the Park Improvement Fund. <br /> <br />Attachments <br /> HKGi proposal <br /> <br />The Elk River Vision <br />A welcoming community with revolutionary and spirited resourcefulness, exceptional <br /> <br />service, and community engagement that encourages and inspires prosperity. <br /> Updated: August 2020 <br />
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