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TENTATIVE AGENDA

ShakopeeParkandRecreationAdvisoryBoard

RegularSession

7:00p.m.

July11,2016

LOCATIONCouncilChambersCityHall129HolmesStreetSouth

Our mission is to provide, develop, protect, and enhance excellent park and recreation services, open spaces, and natural
resources that contribute to a high-quality of life for our residents.

RollCallKaren
Cahoon___
JeremyCasper___
JoshForsythe___
AaronFreng___
MarkHill___
JohnJanke___
JohnOtto___

1.

ApprovalofAgenda

2.

3.

ApprovaloftheJune13,2016MeetingMinutesofthePRAB

RecognitionofInterestedCitizensforItemsNotOnAgenda(Noactionwillbetaken.)

4.

GeneralBusiness

5.

A.

2017StaffingPlanReview

B.

2017CommunityCenterMembershipandRentalFees

C.

IndoorPlaygroundPlanningIdeas

D.

2017-2021ParkAssetandParkReserveCIP

InformationalItems

6.

A.

July2016ProjectUpdate

B.

JuneCommunityCenterInputCommitteeMeetingRecap

7.

Other

8.

PRABAdjourn

RegularmeetingsoftheShakopeeParkandRecreationAdvisoryBoardarenormallyheldthesecondMondayofthemonth,
7:00p.m.atCityHall.Allmeetingsareopentothepublic.PleasecontactJamiePolleyat952-233-9500ifyouhaveanitemyou
wouldlikeplacedontheagenda.

Administration
TO:

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board

FROM:

Jamie Polley, Parks & Recreation Director

DATE:

07/11/2016

SUBJECT:

Approval of the June 13, 2016 Meeting Minutes of the PRAB

3.

Action Requested
Approve the meeting minutes of the June 13, 2016 Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.
Requested Action
Move to approve the meeting minutes of the June 13, 2016 Parks and Recreation Advisory
Board.
Attachments
June Meeting Minutes

DRAFT

TENTATIVE AGENDA
ShakopeeParkandRecreationAdvisoryBoard

RegularSession

7:00p.m.

June13,2016

LOCATIONCouncilChambersCityHall129HolmesStreetSouth

Our mission is to provide, develop, protect, and enhance excellent park and recreation services, open spaces, and natural
resources that contribute to a high-quality of life for our residents.

Present:

MarkHill;JeremyCasper;AaronFreng;JoshForsythe;JohnOtto;KarenCahoon

Absent:

JohnJanke

StaffPresent:

JamiePolley,ParksandRecreationDirector

Roll
Call
KarenCahoon___
JeremyCasper___
JoshForsythe___
AaronFreng___
MarkHill___
JohnJanke___
JohnOtto___

1.

ApprovalofAgenda

2.

AaronFreng,JoshForsythemovedtoapprovetheAgendaaspresented.

Vote:6-0

ApprovaloftheMay9,2016MeetingMinutesofthePRAB

3.

JeremyCasper,JohnOttomovedtoapprovetheMay9,2016meetingminutesaspresented.

Vote:6-0

RecognitionofInterestedCitizensforItemsNotOnAgenda(Noactionwillbetaken.)

4.

GeneralBusiness

5.

InformationalItems

6.

A.

June2016ProjectUpdate

Ms.PolleyaddressedthePRABandprovidedtheBoardwithanupdateofthecurrentParksandRecreation

Ms.PolleyaddressedthePRABandprovidedtheBoardwithanupdateofthecurrentParksandRecreation
DepartmentprojectsforJune2016.ShebeganwithanupdateoftheCommunityCenterandIceArena.Shenoted
thattheyarechangingdaily.ThesurroundingwallsofRink2werealmostallinplaceandaninteriorblockwallwill
becompletedwithinthenextcoupledays.ThebarjoistsforRink2havebeendeliveredandwillbeinstalledthe
weekofJune13th.Theroofwillfollowthebarjoists.ThewallsofRink1willbeginaroundJune15th.Thebar
joistsandroofforRink1areanticipatedtobeinstalledaroundJune29th.

TheCommunityCenterrenovationcontainsalotofmillworkandframing.Duetotheleadtimeofsomeofthematerials,PhaseIand2werenow
anticipatedtobecompletedbyAugust1st.Thenewstaircasewasinstalledlastweekandtheconcreteonthestairswillbepouredsoon.The
skylighthasbeencutinandframed,windowframeswillbeinstalledtheweekofJune13th.Thefrontentranceworkiscontinuingwithframing
androofing.TheParksandRecreationOfficeshavebeenframedinandoncethehollowmedaldoorframesarrivethesheetrockandtapingwill
begin.Thenewfrontdeskhasalsobeenframedandreadyforthemillwork.

Ms.Polleystatedastheycontinuetomovethroughconstructiontheycontinuetomovetheaccessroutetokeeppatronsoutofdanger.Itis
anticipatedthattheweekofJune27th,patronswillbeaskedtousetheIceArenaentranceuntilAugust1st.Thiswillallowfortheremainderof
thevestibuletoberemovedandthewaterproofingalongthefrontofthebuildingtobecompleted.ThiswillalsoallowPhase3tobeginwith
wallsbeingsetwithoutpatronswalkingthroughtheconstructionarea.ShestatedthatPhase3hasanewcompletiondateofLaborDay.
Ms.PolleyalsonotedthatstafftriestoupdatetheCity'swebsitewithconstructionphotos,updatestothetimelineandanycurrentdetourswithin
theCommunityCenter.

Ms.PolleyupdatedtheBoardonthestatusoftheSkatePark.ShenotedthattheCityCouncilapprovedacontractwithSpohnRanchtodesign
andconstructthenewskatepark.SpohnRanchhasmetwithourusergroupandreceivedsomeverygoodfeedback.Theyhavealsoassessedour
currentskateparkequipmentandfeelthatmostofitcanbereused.SpohnRanchisnowworkingonupdatingthedesign.Thegoalistohave
constructiondocumentscompletedbylateJuneandconstructiontobegininlateJuly.TheanticipatedcompletiondateisOctober1.She
presentedtheBoardwiththeconceptdesignplansofthenewSkatePark.SheaskedthePRABforanycommentsorquestions.
Frenginquiredaboutthebleachersandshadestructure.Heexpressedconcernthatthecurrentdirectionofthestructurewouldnotprovideany
shadeandinquiredifthebleachers/shadewasanaccuratedepictionorcoulditbemovedinordertoprovidesomeshadetotheusers.
Ms.Polleyrespondedthatshewouldinquiretothedesigngroupinordertodetermineifthecurrentplacementwouldofferanyshadeandifitdid
not,iftheplacementcouldbemoved.
OttoinquirediftherewouldbeawaterfountainnearthenewSkatePark.
Ms.Polleyrespondedthattherearenoplansforanywaterorlightsforthenewpark.Shenotedthatstaffwouldlikekidstocheckinatthe
CommunityCenterandifneeded,usethebathroomfacilitiesandgetwater.

Ms.PolleynextaddressedtheBoardwithupdatesonthecurrentparkprojects.ShenotedthatatQuarryLakePark,thepedestrianbridgewas
complete.Siteworkhasbegunandalotofdirtisbeingmoved.Theutilitiesarealmostfullyinstalled.Theareaisstartingtotakeshapewiththe
pondandtrailcorridorsgraded.

ShenextupdatedtheBoardontheLionsParkInclusivePlayground&WarmingHouse.Theinclusiveplaygroundtaskforcecontinuestoworkon
theirfundraisingefforts.TheCityhasnotyetheardonwhetherwehavereceivedthegrant.Thegrouphasraised$80,600todate.Thetaskforce
recentlysetupaboothatthemainstreeteventonJune4thandWheeliesonJune2nd.ThetaskforcewillbehostingafundraisingeventatPizza
RanchonJune20th.Thegroupwillgetapercentageoftheproceedsforthefulldayofoperation.The292DesignGrouphasadjustedtheplans
fortheshelterbyreducingsomeofthesquarefootageandthematerialsused.Theyarecurrentlyupdatingthepricingestimate.

Finally,Ms.PolleyupdatedtheBoardontheMemorialParkBridgeproject.TheCityrecentlyreceived$10,000fromtheSMSCforthebridge
replacement.Theyhavenotyetheardabouttheawardsofbothgrantssubmitted.Bothgranthaveamaximumawardof$150,000.00.

B.

CommunityCenterInputCommitteeUpdate

Ms.PolleynextprovidedaverbalupdateofthenotesandbrainstormingideasfromtheMay19thCommunityCenter
InputCommitteemeetingattheShakopeeCommunityCenter.Thekick-offmeetingfortheCommunityCenter
InputCommitteewasheldat6:00pmonMonday,May9.Theyhad22responsesfromindividualsthatwere
interestedinservingonthecommittee.PRABmemberJoshForsythewillserveasthecommitteechairandPRAB
memberJohnOttowillbethevicechair.TheCCIChaschosentomeetthethirdThursdayofeachmonthfrom
7-8:30pm.ThefirstmeetingwasheldonMay19thattheCommunityCenter.

Thelastmeetingwasabrainstormingsession.Committeememberswereaskedtolist,underanumberoftopics,thethingsthatarecurrentlydone
well,ideasforenhancementandquestionsthattheyhave.Ms.Polleyattachedasummaryofthosenotes.SheaskedifthePRABwouldliketo
brieflyscanthenotesandprovideanycomments/questions.
BothForsytheandOttofeltthereweregreatideasthatweresharedatthemeeting.Theywerealittlesurprisedandconcernedthatitmaybe
difficultwith22membersbutfeltthateveryonebroughttheirownperspectiveanditwasgoodtogetideasfromallthemembers.

ThenextmeetingofthecommitteewillbeThursday,June16that7-8:30pmatthePoliceDepartmenttrainingroom.Thegroupwillbetalking
aboutAdvocacy,whatitmeansandhowtoputittouse.

7.

Other

8.

PRABAdjourn

JoshForsythe,JeremyCaspermovedtoadjourntheJune2016PRABmeetingat7:27p.m.

Vote:6-0

RegularmeetingsoftheShakopeeParkandRecreationAdvisoryBoardarenormallyheldthesecondMondayofthemonth,7:00
p.m.atCityHall.Allmeetingsareopentothepublic.PleasecontactJamiePolleyat952-233-9500ifyouhaveanitemyou
wouldlikeplacedontheagenda.

Administration
TO:

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board

FROM:

Jamie Polley, Parks & Recreation Director

DATE:

07/11/2016

SUBJECT:

2017 Staffing Plan Review

5. A.

Action Requested
Provide staff with feedback on the 2017 staffing recommendations for the Parks and Recreation Department and
make a recommendation to the City Council.

Background
The construction of the new ice arena and Community Center renovations will add more amenities and facilities
to the City's Parks and Recreation Department. The added facilities and amenities for the pubic will require
additional resources to ensure they are managed and run efficiently.
To provide a perspective of the size of the facilities being added; the Community Center is currently 76,426
square feet with 33,670 of that being the current ice arena. The new Community Center will be 95,845 square
feet. The new ice arena will be 89,590 square feet. That is an increase in 109,009 square feet.
The Parks and Recreation staff has met weekly since the beginning of March to discuss the operations of the
Community Center and ice arena during and after construction. Phases 1, 2 & 3 for the Community Center are
scheduled to be completed by September of 2016. These phases include the new front desk and lobby area,
indoor playground area, new Parks and Recreation offices, community room, Senior Lounge, small meeting
room, lower level multi-purpose room and lower level party room. In addition, the gyms, walking track, fitness
area and ice arena will still be open and available. The ice arena is planned to be completed by the beginning of
December 2016. Staff feels that any staffing changes beyond part-time positions can wait to be implemented
January 1 of 2017. The largest impact to staffing will be the new ice arena and the construction of the aquatic
center.

Discussion
The current Parks and Recreation Department is made up of 9 Full-time staff; one Director, 5 Recreation
Supervisors, 1 Administrative Assistant, 1 Building Maintenance Manager and 1 Facilities Maintenance Worker
and approximately 150 permanent part time or seasonal employees. The current Community Center and Ice
Arena are operated with very minimal staff. As we plan for the new facilities we will continue to plan to operate
with the staffing level that will be efficient and effective. As we plan for staffing we have considered the
increased facilities as well as increased hours of operations and programming opportunities. Staff will be
recommending an increase in the Community Center hours from 96.5 hours per week to 106 hours per week.
The addition of the aquatic center adds a component to the Community Center that the City has never had. The
pool is planned to be open most of the Community Center hours and will require multiple staff on deck at a
time. The addition of a pool that we can program at all times will allow for increased programming and
enhancements to the learn to swim program. Finally with the increased facilities also comes increased
maintenance responsibilities.
Based on the above considerations, staff has developed a new organizational structure. The positions in yellow
are the new full-time and part-time positions that staff is recommending to the PRAB and City Council for
consideration. The positions consist of:
Full-time:

1 Office Assistant
1 Facilities Maintenance Worker
1 Recreation Coordinator (Aquatics)
2 Facility Managers (CC)
2 Arena Lead Workers
Part-time

Drop in Child Care Manager


Childcare staff
Senior Coordinator
Additional part-time staff will also be hired for facility operations and programming however these part-time
positions are current positions within the City's part-time pay plan.

Requested Action
The PRAB is asked to consider the 2017 staffing recommendations for the Community Center and Ice Arena
operations and make a recommendation to the City Council.

Attachments
2017 Proposed Organizational Chart

Parks and Recreation


Director (FT)

Office Assistant
(FT)

Administrative
Assistant (FT)

Recreation
Supervisor
Sports (FT)

Recreation
Supervisor
Community
Center (FT)

Maintenance
(FT)

Maintenance
Worker (2-FT)

Facility Manager
(2-FT)

Building
Supervisors (PT)

Front Desk
Attendants (PT)

Drop in Child
Care Manager
(PT)

Child care staff


(PT)

Birthday Party
Staff (PT)

Recreation
Supervisor
Aquatics/Fitness
(FT)

Recreation
Supervisor
Programming
(FT)

Recreation
Supervisor
Arena (FT)

Teen Center
(PT)

Fitness
Instructors (PT)

Indoor Aquatic
Park

SandVenture

Senior
Coordinator (PT)

Intern (PT)

Arena Lead
Workers (2-FT)

Huber Park
Attendants(PT)

Personal
Trainers (PT)

Aquatics
Coordinator (FT)

Assistant
Aquatic
Managers (PT)

Volunteers

Recreation
Leaders (PT)

Arena
Supervisor (PT)

Learn 2 SwimWSI (PT)

Lifeguards (PT)

Recreation
Assistants (PT)

Front Desk
Attendants (PT)

Lifeguards (PT)

Aquatic Aids
(PT)

Maintenance
(PT)

Learn 2
Skate(PT)

Administration
TO:

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board

FROM:

Jamie Polley, Parks & Recreation Director

DATE:

07/11/2016

SUBJECT:

2017 Community Center Membership and Rental Fees

5. B.

Action Requested
To recommend to the City Council 2017 Community Center membership and rental fees.
Background
Each year the City sets service fees for the following year. Parks and Recreation fees typically change slightly
from year to year however in 2017 the new Ice Arena and Community Center will be complete and provide
more amenities and services to the community then they currently offer. Staff has been tasked with determining
the fees for the new facilities. The direction from the City Council is to keep fees competitive yet affordable
which falls directly in line with the department's goal is to provide quality, affordable parks and recreation
services.
Discussion
Staff has met weekly since March to plan for the new facilities and part of that discussion included Community
Center membership and rental fees. Staff conducted a survey of other communities or organizations that have a
community center that contains an indoor pool, indoor playground, fitness and drop in childcare. The
communities and organizations surveyed included Waconia, Monticello, Chaska, Eden Prairie, Inver Grove
Heights, SMSC's Dakotah and River Valley YMCA. The communities centers surveyed are all very comparable
to what Shakopee's new community center will be. Staff assessed the current membership and rentals fees and
then determined how they compared with the surveyed communities.
Staff is recommending that a community center membership include the gyms, walking track, fitness center and
all fitness classes, open swims, open skates and the indoor playground. Items that will be an additional cost to
the member will be personal training, the drop in childcare, room rentals and recreation programs. Staff will also
be developing a special or discount for the current Community Center members who have stuck with us
throughout the construction. The special or discount will be presented to the PRAB at a later date.
The daily admission and membership fee recommendations are as follows. The rates below do not include tax:
Admission/Membership

Current Rate

Proposed Rate

Youth/Senior (60+) Daily (1 &


under free)

3.00/3.00

5.00/6.50

Adult Daily (18+)

5.00/6.50

7.00/8.50

Youth/Senior/Military* Annual

108.50/144
152.50/228

183/274.50

Adult Annual

224/315

313.50/470

Family Annual

281.50/423

422.50/634.50

Senior Couple Annual

239.28/359.55 317/476

11.50/14.50
14.50/22

17.25/26

Adult Monthly

22/31

30/43

Family Monthly

28.50/41.50

40/58

Senior Couple Monthly

24.23/35.28

33/47

3 Month Adult

112/157

157/220

Youth/Senior/Military* Monthly

Drop in childcare (2hr max)

3.50/4.50

Playground

5.00/5.00

*Military Memberships are not currently offered but staff is recommending the addition of a military
membership. Youth, Senior and Military are recommended to all be at the same rate.
The room rental fees are as follows. The rates below do not include tax:
Facility

Current

Proposed Rate

Gym(s)-2

50/hr each

50/hr each

Party Room(s)-2

30/hr each

Multipurpose
Room(s)-2

40/hr each (Rotary


& Studio)

40/hr each

Teen Center

60/hr 2hr minimum

60/hr 2hr Minimum

Conference Room

20/hr

Rink Meeting Room

40/hr

Community Room

TBD- More info at


Meeting

Requested Action
The PRAB is asked to recommend the 2017 Community Center membership and room rental fees to the City
Council for adoption.

Attachments
Facility Comparison Study
Facility Comparison Notes

Chaska CC

M-Sa: 5 AM-10 PM
Su: 8 AM-9 PM

Eden Prairie
CC
Daily: 5:30 AM-10 PM
M-Th: 5 AM-10 PM
F: 5 AM-9 PM
Monticello Sa: 7 AM-9 PM
CC
Su: 7 AM-8 PM
Winter
M-F: 5:30 AM-10 PM
Sa: 5:30 AM-8 PM
Su: 8 AM-8 PM
Summer
Safari Island M-Th: 5:30 AM-9 PM
CC
F-Sa: 5:30 AM-7 PM
(Waconia) Su: 8 AM-7 PM

Veterans
M-F: 5 AM-10 PM
Memorial CC Sa: 6 AM-8 PM
(IGH)
Su: 8 AM-8 PM

22.59/
29.39

30.69/ 66.98/
43.79 80.08

32/
48

40/
48

20/
26

29.5/
35

20/
26

26.36/
31.71

33.93/
39.28

26.36/
31.71

57

22.59/
29.39

70/ 84/ 32/


84 99 48

57

77

48.39/
65.39

54/
84

12-Month Disc.

Enroll Fee

Family Premier

Family Plus

Family

Senior Dual

Senior

Dual + 1

Dual

Adult Premier

Adult

Operating Hours

Student

Facility

Youth

Monthly

84.68/
101.68

97/
115

29 10%

32.50/ 45/
42
50

44

48.81/
54.15

89

53.44

49/
59

15%

M-F: 5:30 AM-9 PM


Sa: 8 AM-8 PM
Shakopee CC Su: 10 AM-5 PM

Dakotah!

11.50/
14.50

38

50

14.50/ 24.23/ 28.50/


22
35.28 41.50

57

84

66

110

35

50

109

122 +
20/
addl
122 adult

12-Month Disc.

Enroll Fee

Family Premier

Family Plus

Family

Senior Dual

Senior

Dual + 1

Dual

Adult Premier

22/
31

M-F: 5 AM-10 PM
Sa/Su: 6 AM-10 PM

River Valley M-F: 5 AM-10 PM


YMCA
Sa-Su: 6 AM-9 PM

Adult

Operating Hours

Student

Facility

Youth

Monthly

30

199: Ind/Dual/Fam
99: Sen/Sen Dual

50

Chaska CC

Eden Prairie
CC

Monticello
CC

Safari Island 24.13/ 31.05/


CC
251.05 328
(Waconia) (ann)
(ann)

Veterans
Memorial CC
(IGH)

Family Premier

Family

Senior Dual

Senior

Dual + 1

Dual

Adult Premier

Notes
Fam = 2 Adults +
dep children under
age 23; Sr = 55+;
249/
338/
738/
249/
533/
933/ Res = Lives in
324
482
882
324
720
1120 Chaska
* + Tax; Fam
("Household") = 2
adults + up to 4 yth;
Adult = 19+; Res =
Works/lives FT in
370.74/ 463.43/
811/
973.20/ 370.74/ 625.63/ 1123.81/
556.11 556.11
973.20 1146.98 556.11 973.20 1332.36
EP; Sr = 60+

76/ 104/ 76/ 122/ 177/ 208/


93 127 93 150 200 277

44.67/ 53.44
483.82 (mon
(ann)
mem)

Adult

Youth

Annual

Family

Senior Dual

Senior

3-Month

Adult

Youth

Enroll Fee

Family

Couple

Individual

Facility

Youth/Senior

Membership Rates
Corporate Monthly

277/
358

208/
277

278.94/ 364.44/
343.07 428.57

581.40

581.40

278.94/
343.07

785.40

448.80

335/
446

454/
541

537.58/
601.71

907.80

Sr = 55+; Res = Lives


in Monticello; Fam
= Parents + minor
children @ address

Adult = 19+; Sr =
60+; Fam = 2 adults
+ dep children (up
to age 22); Res =
Lives in Waconia
No Yth/Adult "Single" - any age;
Sr = 60+; Fam = 2
adults + up to 4 dep
children (under age
25)

112/
157

Shakopee CC

108.50/ 224/
144
315

River Valley
YMCA

46

66

87

199
No Annual Membership

Family Premier

Family

152.50/ 239.28/ 281.50/


228
359.55 423

No Annual Membership
Dakotah!

Senior Dual

Senior

Dual + 1

Dual

Adult Premier

Adult

Youth

Annual

Family

Senior Dual

Senior

3-Month

Adult

Youth

Enroll Fee

Family

Couple

Individual

Facility

Youth/Senior

Membership Rates
Corporate Monthly

Notes
Fam = Main
contact/spouse/sig
other + tax dep
children @ address
*+ Tax; Fam = 2
Adults + up to 5 dep
20 yrs or younger
@ address; Sr = 59+
Student: ages 1926. Family Plus: up
to 3 adults/house

Chaska CC

5.75/
7.50

7.25/
8.75

5.75/ 20/
7.50 N/A

Eden Prairie
5.50 Gym 6 Gym
CC
4.50 Gym 10 Fit Ctr 10 Fit Ctr

# Visits

Family

Incl: FC, OG, PL

5.50/
6.50

6.50/
7.50

5.50/ 21/
6.50 27.50 Incl: PL, PA, FC, TR, OG

Safari Island
CC
(Waconia)

6.50/
8

7.50/
9

6.50/
8

Senior

Incl: PL, OG, IR, FC, TR, CC


Disc, PA Disc; Prem:
+Free CC, FCL

Monticello
CC

Veterans
Memorial CC
(IGH)

Adult

Notes

Admission Punch Cards

Youth

Family

Senior

Adult

Youth

Facility

18 mos.-4 yrs

Non-Member Admission Rates


Daily Rates

OG, PA, PL, TR, FC

Incl: FC, LR, PL, FCL, TR,


OG, OSK, OH, CC
25 Fam: Up to 4 in house

70

75

70

175

10

Shakopee CC

3/
3

5/
7

3/
5

OG, PL, TR, FC, FCL, OSK

Only members bringing in guest


Dakotah!
River Valley
YMCA

No Day Passes
PL = Pool; FC = Fitness Ctr.; CC = Child Care; PA = Play Area; TR = Track; OG
= Open Gym; OSK = Open Skate; OH = Hopen Hockey; IR = Ice Rink; FCL =
Fitness Classes

65/
95

45/
65

# Visits

Family

Senior

Adult

Notes

Admission Punch Cards

Youth

Family

Senior

Adult

Youth

Facility

18 mos.-4 yrs

Non-Member Admission Rates


Daily Rates

15

Chaska CC

M-Th: 9 AM-12:30 PM/5-8 PM


F: 9 AM-12 PM
Sa: 8:15 AM-12 PM

Eden Prairie M-Su: 8 AM-1 PM


CC
M-F: 4-8 PM

Monticello
CC

Sa: 7:45 AM-12 PM


M-F: 8:45 AM-12 PM
M-Th: 4:45 PM-8:30 PM

Safari Island
CC
M-F: 8-10 AM
(Waconia) M-Th: 6-8 PM
M-Th: 8:30 AM-12:30 PM/
4-8:30 PM
F: 8:30 AM-12:30 PM/4-7 PM
Veterans
Memorial CC Sa: 8 AM-12:30 PM
(IGH)
Su: 9 AM-12 PM/3-6 PM

Member

3.50/hr
0: Premier

Non-Member

4.50/hr

Hours

Diff. hours/day;
varying uses

4.50/hr

Daily:
5:30 AM-10 PM

8/mo/child
add-on OR
3.50/hr

4/hr

M-Th: 5 AM-10 PM
F: 5 AM-8:30 PM
Sa: 7 AM-8:30 PM
Su: 7 AM-7:30 PM

3/hr (0-6)
1.50/hr (7-10)

M-F: Varied use


btwn 5:30 AM-9 PM
Sa: Varied use btwn
5:30 AM-7 PM
4.50/hr (0-6) Su: Varied use btwn
2.25/hr (7-10) 8 AM-7 PM

3.50/hr

Hours

M: 9 AM-6 PM
0 In day pass Tu-Su: 9 AM-9 PM
18 mos-4
yrs: 4.50
5-18: 5.50
0 19+: 6
In DP; 10
visit pass:
Youth/Sr:
44/46;
Adult:
0 46/52.50

M-Su: 8 AM-8 PM

Non-Member

Hours

Member

Facility

Indoor Playground

Non-Member

Child Care Hours & Rates

Member

Amenities
Aquatics Hours & Rates

2/child

4/child

< 18 mos: 0
18 mos-4: 4
0 5+: 5
2.75/child /
3.75/child
0: Ann/ 10 visit pass:
Mthly
21/31.50

Not listed

0 In day pass Same as operational hours

0 In day pass

No indoor playground
0 3/hr

5 AM-7 PM

0 In day pass

Member

Shakopee CC

M-F: 8 AM-7 PM
Dakotah!
Sa/Su: 9 AM-7 PM
M-Th: 8:30 AM-8:30 PM
F: 8:30 AM-7 PM
River Valley Sa: 8 AM-3 PM
Su: 8:30 AM-6:30 PM
YMCA

5/hr w/o child


on memb.

0 - Up to 2 hrs

Non-Member

Hours

Varying Uses
M, W, F: 8 AM-9:30
PM
Tu, Th, Sa: 9 AM9:30 PM
7-9/hr
(dep on age) Su: 1-9:30 PM

N/A

Same as operating

Hours

Non-Member

Hours

Indoor Playground

Member

Facility

Non-Member

Child Care Hours & Rates

Member

Amenities
Aquatics Hours & Rates

0 N/A

M-F: 7:30 AM-7 PM


Sa-Su: 9 AM-7 PM

90/yr - 2
adults/4
kids;
10/kid 7-9/hr
addl
(dep on age)

0 N/A

M-F: 4 PM-8:30 PM
Sa-Su: 10 AM-6:30 PM

0 - Up to
2 hrs
N/A

Misc. Facility Notes


Chaska Community Center

Membership includes pool, gym, ice rink usage, fitness area, track; Discount fitness classes, daycare, playroom,
and Rec. programs.
Premier membership includes: normal membership package plus fitness classes, cycling classes, daycare, and
towels.
Parent must be with child in play room at all times.

Eden Prairie Community Center

Playcare is for ages 6 months to 7 years


Playcare offers 1 hour, 90 minutes or 2 hours maximum of care per child per visit
Children must be included on membership plan to qualify for free admission to Prairie Play Zone
Memberships include: fitness center, select group fitness classes, annual fitness orientation, locker rooms, pool,
open/lap/family swim, open gym, open skate, Prairie Play Zone, racquetball
One, two and three-month college and military leave memberships available.

Monticello Community Center

3-Month Membership includes: pool, waterslide, hot tub, climbing wall, gym, fitness area, track, public skate;
Discount childcare and programs.
Annual and Monthly memberships include: pool, waterslide, hot tub, climbing wall, gym, fitness area, playroom,
track, public skate; Discount childcare and programs.
Unlimited fitness classes is $15 membership add-on
Parent must be with child at all times in play area (for ages 5 & under). Play area not staffed.

Safari Island (Waconia)

Children 24 months of age or younger get into the facility for free.
College Student Membership: May 1 - October 31 / November 1 - April 30 = $204.13 (Resident)
Senior 6-Month Membership: May 1 - October 31 or November 1 - April 30 = $204.13 / $268.26

Veterans Memorial Community Center (Inver Grove Heights)

3-month commitment required


Memberships include: free weight area and exercise room, group cycle room, lock/towel rental for $1 each;
sauna and whirlpool; lap pool/dive pool/water park swimming; drop-in fitness classes; walking track; basketball
court; open skate/open hockey; locker rooms; childcare (ages 6 month-11 years)

Dakotah!

Corporate memberships requires a company/business to have 10 new memberships to start a corporate


account relationship. After 10 new memberships established, current members would be able to convert to
discounted membership.
Uses Playworks Playcare for childcare and Playworks PWs Playtime for indoor playground
Memberships include: Mazopiya discount, discount green fee at The Meadows, Playworks Playtime, bowling
alley discount, all group fitness classes, locker rooms, free towel service, strength training equipment,
cardiovascular equipment, walking track, racquetball/squash court time, open skating, open gym, aquatic
center, saunas/steam rooms/hot tub

River Valley YMCA

Membership includes: fitness area, pool, gym, track, fitness classes, child care; Discount swim lessons, day camp
and more.

Administration
TO:

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board

FROM:

Jamie Polley, Parks & Recreation Director

DATE:

07/11/2016

SUBJECT:

Indoor Playground Planning Ideas

5. C.

Action Requested
Provide staff with feedback on the indoor playground ideas.

Background
The new Community Center will include a 2334 square foot room for an indoor playground. The room contains
a skylight that is large enough for components of the play structure to rise into.

Discussion
Staff has been speaking with three different vendors that design and construct indoor playgrounds. The vendor
was asked to submit different examples of playground designs or components. Staff will bring a variety of
examples of indoor playgrounds and various component ideas to the meeting for the PRAB to view and
comment on. This will be the first step in determining the design direction of the indoor playground. Once a
design direction is determined staff will again reach out to the three vendors for a formal proposal to complete
the final design.
The indoor playground is different from an outdoor playground and has limited opportunities but there is also
some very unique opportunities. Following the PRAB, staff will be seeking input from the Community Center
Input Committee and other interested citizens.

Requested Action
The PRAB is asked to provide staff with feedback on ideas for the indoor playground.

Attachments
Playground Area
Image 1
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Image 3
Image 4
Image 5
Image 6
Image 7
Component Ideas

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Project Name :

Shakopee Rec Center


Shakopee, MN

Revision No : 000
Date : March 18, 2016
Drawn by : GL
Checked By : RL
Scale : N.T.S.

Drawing Title :

Renderings 1
(28'-0" x 41'-0" x 11'-0")
(8.53m x 12.50m x 3.35m)

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Project Name :

Shakopee Rec Center


Shakopee, MN

Revision No : 000
Date : March 18, 2016
Drawn by : GL
Checked By : RL
Scale : N.T.S.

Drawing Title :

Renderings 2
(28'-0" x 41'-0" x 11'-0")
(8.53m x 12.50m x 3.35m)

International Play Co.


#215 27353 58th Cresent,
Langley, BC, Canada, V4W 3X7
Sales: (604) 607-1111
Fax: (604) 607-1107
A subsidiary of Iplayco Corp. Ltd. (IPC: TSX-V)

Note: Actual Colors May Vary; All Imaged Murals are Single Sided Only Unless Otherwise Noted. C 2016 International Play Co. All Rights Reserved. All Site Measurements To Be Confirmed By Purchaser

Project Name :

Shakopee Rec Center


Shakopee, MN

Revision No : 000
Date : March 18, 2016
Drawn by : GL
Checked By : RL
Scale : N.T.S.

Drawing Title :

Renderings 3
(28'-0" x 41'-0" x 11'-0")
(8.53m x 12.50m x 3.35m)

International Play Co.


#215 27353 58th Cresent,
Langley, BC, Canada, V4W 3X7
Sales: (604) 607-1111
Fax: (604) 607-1107
A subsidiary of Iplayco Corp. Ltd. (IPC: TSX-V)

Note: Actual Colors May Vary; All Imaged Murals are Single Sided Only Unless Otherwise Noted. C 2016 International Play Co. All Rights Reserved. All Site Measurements To Be Confirmed By Purchaser

Project Name :

Shakopee Rec Center


Shakopee, MN

Revision No : 000
Date : March 18, 2016
Drawn by : GL
Checked By : RL
Scale : N.T.S.

Drawing Title :

Renderings 4
(28'-0" x 41'-0" x 11'-0")
(8.53m x 12.50m x 3.35m)

International Play Co.


#215 27353 58th Cresent,
Langley, BC, Canada, V4W 3X7
Sales: (604) 607-1111
Fax: (604) 607-1107
A subsidiary of Iplayco Corp. Ltd. (IPC: TSX-V)

Note: Actual Colors May Vary; All Imaged Murals are Single Sided Only Unless Otherwise Noted. C 2016 International Play Co. All Rights Reserved. All Site Measurements To Be Confirmed By Purchaser

Project Name :

Shakopee Rec Center


Shakopee, MN

Revision No : 000
Date : March 18, 2016
Drawn by : GL
Checked By : RL
Scale : N.T.S.

Drawing Title :

Renderings 5
(28'-0" x 41'-0" x 11'-0")
(8.53m x 12.50m x 3.35m)

International Play Co.


#215 27353 58th Cresent,
Langley, BC, Canada, V4W 3X7
Sales: (604) 607-1111
Fax: (604) 607-1107
A subsidiary of Iplayco Corp. Ltd. (IPC: TSX-V)

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Monster Blocks Play Panel


Memory Play Panel
Travel Town Play Panel
Themed Soft Barrel (3)
Soft Tic-Tac-Toe Puzzle Mat
Soft Banana Rocker

Jungle Themed
Pyramid Puzzle

20"
20"

Toddler Soft Blocks (6)

10"

Toddler Climb
& Slide

Soft Caterpillar Rocker

4ft x 1ft x 1ft Soft


Toddler Barrier Bench
Project Name :

Shakopee Rec Center


Shakopee, MN

Revision No : 000
Date : March 18, 2016
Drawn by : GL
Checked By : RL
Scale : N.T.S.

Drawing Title :

Toddler Area
(28'-0"
(12'-0"xx41'-0"
20'-0"xx11'-0")
4'-3")
(8.53m
3.35m)
(3.66mxx12.50m
6.10m xx1.30m)

International Play Co.


#215 27353 58th Cresent,
Langley, BC, Canada, V4W 3X7
Sales: (604) 607-1111
Fax: (604) 607-1107
A subsidiary of Iplayco Corp. Ltd. (IPC: TSX-V)

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28'-0" (8.53m)

20'-0" (6.10m)

41'-0" (12.50m)

12'-0"
(3.66m)

Flooring By Others
Project Name :

Shakopee Rec Center


Shakopee, MN

Revision No : 000
Date : March 18, 2016
Drawn by : GL
Checked By : RL
Scale : N.T.S.

Drawing Title :

International Play Co.

Floor Plan
(28'-0" x 41'-0" x 11'-0")
(8.53m x 12.50m x 3.35m)

#215 27353 58th Cresent,


Langley, BC, Canada, V4W 3X7
Sales: (604) 607-1111
Fax: (604) 607-1107
A subsidiary of Iplayco Corp. Ltd. (IPC: TSX-V)

Note: Actual Colors May Vary; All Imaged Murals are Single Sided Only Unless Otherwise Noted. C 2016 International Play Co. All Rights Reserved. All Site Measurements To Be Confirmed By Purchaser

Includes No Climbing Signs


12ft Zig-Zag Run

Soft Slide Landing Mat

2 Level 7ft High FRP


Open 2 Lane Turbo Slide

Large Dodge & Duck


Bumper Basher (3)

4ft Rope Twist


Large Soft Vertical
Roller Squeeze

Soft Deck Climb

36"

Soft Slide Landing Mat

60"
12"

0"

0"

0"

Triple Bumper

0"

0"

12"

0"

0"

0"

12"

36"
7ft High Hook Slide

8' x 8' Soft Foam Floor


Pad with Raised Soft
Stumps, Overhead
Handles

0"

Raised A.D.A Entrance


Soft Pad w/ Grab Bars
Soft Moonwalk Climb
12"

Soft Slide Landing Mat

60"
12"
31" Service Access Gate

Large Soft Vertical Roller


8ft x 8ft Ball Jam Room

Soft Deck Climb


Project Name :

Shakopee Rec Center


Shakopee, MN

7ft High Drop Slide

Revision No : 000
Date : March 18, 2016
Drawn by : GL
Checked By : RL
Scale : N.T.S.

Drawing Title :

Level 1 - 7'-0"
(28'-0" x 41'-0" x 11'-0")
(8.53m x 12.50m x 3.35m)

International Play Co.


#215 27353 58th Cresent,
Langley, BC, Canada, V4W 3X7
Sales: (604) 607-1111
Fax: (604) 607-1107
A subsidiary of Iplayco Corp. Ltd. (IPC: TSX-V)

Note: Actual Colors May Vary; All Imaged Murals are Single Sided Only Unless Otherwise Noted. C 2016 International Play Co. All Rights Reserved. All Site Measurements To Be Confirmed By Purchaser

4ft Over & Under


Soft Rollers

Soft Punch Bag (6)

8ft R Quarter Round


Suspension Bridge
2 Level 7ft High
FRP Open 2 Lane
Turbo Slide

Soft Cave Crawl


Stalagmite

84"
84"

84"

84"

Dodge & Duck


Bumper Basher (2)

84"

84"

60"

Air-Filled
Bumper Basher

Double Bumper
84"

84"

Soft Moonwalk Climb


84"

84"
Hole-In-Wall Panel

60"

84"
84"
84"

7ft High Drop Slide


7ft High Hook Slide
Project Name :

Shakopee Rec Center


Shakopee, MN

Soft Vertical Roller Squeeze


Revision No : 000
Date : March 18, 2016
Drawn by : GL
Checked By : RL
Scale : N.T.S.

Drawing Title :

Level 2 - 4'-0"
(28'-0" x 41'-0" x 11'-0")
(8.53m x 12.50m x 3.35m)

International Play Co.


#215 27353 58th Cresent,
Langley, BC, Canada, V4W 3X7
Sales: (604) 607-1111
Fax: (604) 607-1107
A subsidiary of Iplayco Corp. Ltd. (IPC: TSX-V)

4'-3"
(1.30m)

7'-0" (2.13m)

4'-0"
(1.22m)

11'-0" (3.35m)

Note: Actual Colors May Vary; All Imaged Murals are Single Sided Only Unless Otherwise Noted. C 2016 International Play Co. All Rights Reserved. All Site Measurements To Be Confirmed By Purchaser

7'-0" (2.13m)

4'-0"
(1.22m)

11'-0" (3.35m)

Front Elevation

Side Elevation
Project Name :

Shakopee Rec Center


Shakopee, MN

Revision No : 000
Date : March 18, 2016
Drawn by : GL
Checked By : RL
Scale : N.T.S.

Drawing Title :

Elevations
(28'-0" x 41'-0" x 11'-0")
(8.53m x 12.50m x 3.35m)

International Play Co.


#215 27353 58th Cresent,
Langley, BC, Canada, V4W 3X7
Sales: (604) 607-1111
Fax: (604) 607-1107
A subsidiary of Iplayco Corp. Ltd. (IPC: TSX-V)

Play System Options

Traditional Systems

2 Pipe & Pad with Tuffnet or Polyester netting


4 Modular grids with 14ga galvanized frame
Customizable to most any size or geometry
Variety of post pad colors

Dura Frame

3.5 Pipe with limited post covers


Tuffnet framed barrier system panels
11 & 14ga galvanized frame
Plastic extruded pipe covers where required
Customizable geometry
Wood grained di-sublimation powder coat options

Air Play

Ceiling supported mono-rail


Ground level support tree options also
Traditional framing on other levels
Opens up ground level space for dual applications
Span up to 12
Customizable geometry

Standard Themes

Custom Theme

Tuffnet No Climb Barrier


Tuffnet
16ga metal wire welded
mesh
Vinyl dipped coating
100% maintenance free and
vandal-resistant.
Attaches to pipe frame by
mechanical fasteners or
extruded plastic frame.

Netting Options

Nylon No Climb
3/8 offset hexagon openings
Nylon construction
Attached to play structure by
fiberglass rods and electrical
ties
Used to prevent climbing
Used at L7 and below on
perimeter of unit

Heavy Net
2 x 2 grid
Nylon construction
Attached to play structure by
fiberglass rods and electrical
ties
Heavy duty barrier
Upper levels
Available in sheet and tube or
cube shapes.

Padding Options

TuffSkin Post Pad


9 colors
Close matching electrical ties
Used in all accessible areas to
cover pipe and net
attachment methods.
Accentuates unit/theme but is
not needed in MOST locations
Low Cost

Post Covers
Extruded PVC form
Mechanically attached to
structure
Limited to (1) color ONLY Grey
Used ONLY in required
locations
Premium Cost

Plastic Color Options

Active Play Components

Pogo Power
A stationary jumping activity to burn
energy fast.

Features:
4x4x10 grid size
Ground level only typically contained on
three sides.
For use indoors or out
Pair side by side for competitive
challenges.
Built in stops limit range for added
safety.
Capacity of 1
Helps Children build lower body strength
and muscular coordination.
Lets children enjoy the freedom of flight.
Every child loves to jump!

Wobble Hopper
A balance and coordination challenge to
step from one irregular wobble pad to
another.

Features:

4x4, 6, 8 x 6 grid
Level 1 or higher
For use indoors or out
Typically placed in multiples to form a
linear activity
Rubber coated discs spaced apart from
each other & suspended with urethane
coated chain.
Challenges the children to use their arms
and legs moving from one disc to
another without falling off.
Encourage balance and concentration to
complete the challenge

Log Roll
A small cardio workout in disguise that
also help develop balance and
coordination

Features:

4x4, 6, 8x 6 grid
L0 or higher
For use indoors or out
Roller molded of durable plastic with
wide range of colors
Elongated handle bar for wide age range
of users for firm grip.
Fun and challenging, using all major
muscle groups.
Builds balancing skills and promotes
aerobic exercise.

Hover Rings
Molded plastic form suspended from
coated chain create an irregular obstacle
to maneuver thru

Features:

4x4, 5 x 8 grid
L0 or higher
For use indoors or out
Durable molded organic form in wide
range of colors.
Urethane coated chain suspends form in
center of grid
Hole pattern is alternately oriented for
increased skill challenge
Placed in configurations of 1-3 rings per
grid.
Upper body muscular development and
Hand-eye coordination

Sky Wheels
An overhead strength and coordination
challenge for kids to spin or move from
one wheel to another.

Features:

4x4, 6, 8x 5 grid
For use indoors or out
Powder coated metal spinning wheel
Available in standard powder coat colors
Typically placed in sets of 2 or more
Builds upper body strength and
muscular coordination while traversing,
spinning or just plain hanging out on the
Sky Wheels.

Sit-n-Spin
All kids love to spin so let em have at it.
Singularly or in cooperative play, this kid
favorite is a winner

Features:

4x4x4 grid
L0 or higher
For use indoors or out
Durable plastic disc seat with powder
coated post
A traditional event that all children love.
Helps social and cooperative play.

Stand-n-Spin
A big-kid version of the sit-n-spin for
spinning and balance.

Features:
4x4x6 grid
Durable plastic disc and powder coated
post
For use indoors or out
A twist on the traditional event that all
children love.
Designed for the bigger kids who will
love the spinning action like the Olympic
skaters.
Helps Children build upper body
strength and muscular coordination.

Criss Cross
A multi-directional panel that promotes
upper body and core muscle development.

Features:

4x4, 6, 8 x 4 grid
L0 or higher
For use indoors or out
Available in Cherry or Tan
Durable polyethylene barrier with soft
edging that are alternately placed as a
high step obstacle.
For use indoor or out.
Children have to maneuver around or
under the sections to move forward in
the unit.
Encourage children to use upper and
lower body muscles and builds balance
and coordination skills.

Rock Course
Realistic molded boulder panels with integrated
fossil and artifacts create a realistic lateral
climbing experience

Features:
4x 8+ x 8 grid.
Ground level, L0 or higher & building wall
mounted options
For use indoors or out
No length limits other than available space
Available in custom colors upon request
Durable rock formation molded plastic
panels with in-molded discovery fossils
Traversing wall with strategically placed
hand/foot holds keeps kids close to ground.
No harness required
Multi-colored dual-bolt grips. Twelve per
panel.
Industry only see through rock panel
available as a metal perforated panel for
upper level visibility.

Boulder Dash
Multi-level, multi-layer inclined climbing
challenge to get to upper levels

Features:
4x8, 12 x 6-10 grid
L2 or higher
Durable molded rock panels and
platforms
For use indoor or out
Custom colors upon request
Rock panels are mounted on angles and
child has to climb up each rock and
transfer to next rock to complete the
climb.
Molded-in fossils for child to discover
along the way.
Promotes aerobic exercise through
climbing.

Wiggle Waggle
Spider maze challenge of oddly placed
coated chains to maneuver through.

Features:

4x4-12 x 6 grid
L0 or higher
For use indoors or out
Durable urethane coated chain obstacles
Can be used both indoors and outdoors.
Encourages gross motor skill
development and enhances problemsolving skills

Kid Conveyor
Soft roller buoy obstacle to roll over/under
or between

Features:

4x6, 8,12 x 4 grid


L0 or higher
For use indoor our out.
Typically placed in 1-3 buoys
Child has option to crawl under, roll over
or alternate between the cylinders.
Wide enough for two children to play on
it at the same time.
Encourage children to use their upper
body muscle group by maneuvering up
and over an obstacle.

Kleen Machine
A vertical squeeze maze for kids to
maneuver through to access other
elements of the playground.

Features:
4 x 8 x 4 grid
L0 or higher
For use indoor our out.
Made of 2 dense foam buoys in blue and
green colors
Space on either side allows plenty of
room for kids squeeze through
Encourage children to use their upper
body muscle group by maneuvering up and
over an obstacle.

Basketball Arena
Small space contained mini basketball arena
for realistic sport play. Includes real
basketball goal along with up to two other
smaller hoop challenges.

Features:
6 wide by 10 tall by 11 long.
Ground level free standing play
Sturdy metal frame and high visible
perforated metal panels for containment.
Curved roof sloped to allow errant balls to
fall back inside play area
Safety Surfacing not required.
Ease of play and interactive
Rated for both indoors and out

Slides

Triple Slide
A three person open bed wave slide
reminiscent of the carnivals of old and
offer a competitive event for groups of kids
to enjoy.

Features:
8x12x32 grid
Ground level only
Durable fiberglass construction in bright
colors.
For use indoors or out
Available in polyester or Tuffnet options
6 of Safety Surfacing required at exit
Capacity of 3

Spiral Slides
Available in sizes from 6-24 from our
standard offering or custom sizes and
colors even larger. Slides are the #1 choice
of all kids.

Features:
8x8 by various heights
Ground level or interior exit options
available
Durable rotational molded plastic tubes
in bright colors.
For use indoors or out
5 of Safety Surfacing required at exit
unless interior of unit exit.
Capacity of 1

Hump Slides
Available in sizes from 6-20 from our
standard offering or custom sizes and
colors even larger. Hump slides add a
exhilarating element of fun to a slide
experience.

Features:
4 wide by various lengths and heights
Ground level or interior exit options
available
Durable rotational molded plastic tubes
in bright colors.
For use indoors or out
5 of Safety Surfacing required at exit
unless interior of unit exit.
Capacity of 1

Interior Exit Slide


Available in a variety of sizes and
configurations, the interior exit slide is a
great way to reduce running at the ground
level from the exit back into the unit.

Features:
various lengths and heights
Eliminates the need for safety surfacing
Durable rotational molded plastic tubes
in bright colors.
For use indoors or out.
Capacity of 1

Toddler Open Bed Slide


2 Toddler open bed slide for easy parental
monitoring and guidance.

Features:

4 x 6
Ground level use only
Surfacing recommended
Variety of colors available
Durable high density PE panel
Rated for both indoors and out

Toddler Products

Sprouts
Sprouts (spruts) n. 1. soft, amorphic shapes 2. artfully configured,
non-directed, non-descript play that promotes cognitive function in
toddlers 3. a new form of toddler play by Soft Play Global Leaders of
Innovative Play Solution.

Patents Pending

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The
Bean

The Silly Eye


Inspired by the organic form of a jelly
bean, The Bean is the anchor element
of the Blobs forms and offers crawl
on, over and under, play patterns. At
20 inches tall and 36 inches long, The
Bean slants from rear to front and is
ideal for all types of interactive play.

A playful amorphous shape in a 30-inch


elongated profile, with a slender base and
wider top. A recessed area on the slopped
side houses a discovery play element of
either a mirror or spinner bead panel.
Groups of Silly Eyes create a forest of fun
forms that enhance balance, coordination
and imaginative play.

The Loop

An elliptical form atop a slender base with


an aperture into the smooth interior.
Children can sit or crawl around, within or
through, the form to reach other Blob
components, suspend themselves from it
or balance between them, promoting
balance and coordination and full body
movement and muscle development. The
Loop is 30 inches tall and 16 inches wide.

Spin Cup

Adding motion to the family of Blobs only


makes sense for increased fun and
enjoyment. A specifically developed,
irregular shaped Spinning Cup form stands
11.5-inches tall and 16-inches wide. The
Cup cuddles young users in a seated or
laying position as they spin around and
around by cooperative play or self driven.

Step Pod

Placed linearly or stacked up to two high,


Step Pod forms create a low or ground
level stepping form that helps toddlers
develop balance and coordination.
Combined with The Loop, the pods form
an age-appropriate obstacle course that
challenges numerous muscle groups.

The Wave

A series of 16-inch square by 7-inch tall


modular forms with undulating top
profiles that when grouped together,
create an irregular, wave-shaped path.
Designed for the young toddler-crawler
and is ideal for corner placement or
along perimeters to steady their
balance.

Toddler Fencing
4 Modular molded plastic fencing system
to frame in areas for activities or age
groups.

Features:
4x36 interlinked panels.
Surface mount or in-ground outdoor
mounting methods
Free standing or integrated into unit
framing.
For use indoors or out
Durable molded panels in variety of
color options
Toddler Activity Fencing panels allow
graphical or game panel inserts
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Tot Tree
Colorful molded plastic tree house form
with activities inside and out with a crawl
through climber that encourage
exploration and learning.

Features:
8x8x6
Ideal for kids 3 years and younger
Ground level only freestanding play
event.
Multiple activities, manipulatives and
sound makers.
Safety surfacing recommended
Self installable
For use indoors or out

Plastic Animal Sculptures


Molded plastic sculptures in familiar forms
and colors for ground level exploration.

Features:
Size varies
Ground level only free standing play
events.
Molded in standard or custom colors
upon request.
For use indoors or out / surface or inground mount
Safety surfacing recommended.
Can group multiple piece together with
proper spacing.
Capacity 1-3 children

Soft Sewn Shapes


Soft, squeezable sewn shapes in familiar
forms and large sized stacking blocks for
toddler play

Features:
Size varies
Sewn vinyl construction with open cell
foam stuffing
Ideal for ages 3 and under
Indoors use only
CPSIA and fire treated

Musical Play Panels


Musical panels help develop coordination,
creativity and social skills, as well as spatial
awareness in children as part of key stage
development

Features:
4x4 grid
L0 to L6 (to access battery)
Realistic sounds of a piano or drum with a
simple touch of the panel on the magic keys.
Durable high density PE panels
Ease of play and interactive nature of the
instrument enables children with no music
knowledge or skill to create beautiful sounds.
Rated for both indoors and out
Battery operated (3 D size)

Tap-a-Tune Panel
Mimic key notes of melodies listed above to
play familiar rhythmic tunes.

Features:
4x4 grid
Any level of the unit
Mechanical play by tapping the key to
generate the xylophone sounds.
Durable high density PE panels
Ease of play and interactive nature of the
instrument enables children with no music
knowledge or skill to create beautiful
sounds.
Rated for both indoors and out

Marble Racer Panel


A manipulative marble maze with rotating
center disc to move the marble to the
winning center spot.

Features:
4x4 grid
Any level of the unit
Mechanical play rotating the center disc to
move the marble through the maze.
Durable high density PE panels
Ease of play and interactive
Rated for both indoors and out

Flip Activity Panels


Match, learn and play games with a variety of
durable game panels.

Features:
4x4 grid
Any level of the unit
Mechanical play rotating the center
cylinders to play games and learn
Variety of colors available
Durable high density PE panels
Ease of play and interactive
Rated for both indoors and out

Activity Panel Inserts


Match, learn and play games with a variety of
game panel inserts for Toddler Activity
Fencing or mounted to the unit.

Features:
Toddler Activity Fencing or 4x4 grid
Intended for ground level toddler play
Mechanical manipulative panels in a
variety of events and colors
Ease of play and interactive
Some rated for indoor use only, please
consult your sales representative for
details.

Toddler Open Bed Slide


2 Toddler open bed slide for easy parental
monitoring and guidance.

Features:

4 x 6
Ground level use only
Surfacing recommended
Variety of colors available
Durable high density PE panel
Rated for both indoors and out

Administration
TO:

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board

FROM:

Jamie Polley, Parks & Recreation Director

DATE:

07/11/2016

SUBJECT:

2017-2021 Park Asset and Park Reserve CIP

5. D.

Action Requested
The PRAB is asked to consider the 2017 -2021 capital projects specific to the City's park infrastructure.

Background
Each year the Park Reserve CIP and Park Asset Fund are evaluated and adjusted to reflect the prioritization of
park projects. The Park Reserve is comprised of park dedication fees paid during development within the City.
The Park Reserve funds new park construction and park land acquisition.
The Park Asset Fund is comprised of levied funds allocated within the Park Maintenance Division's and the
Parks and Recreation Department's general operating budget. The Park Asset Fund is utilized to repair and/or
replace amenities within the City's parks and recreation facilities including parks shelters, playgrounds, athletic
fields, restrooms and items within the Community Center, Ice Arena and SandVenture Aquatic park.
At this time the presentation of the Park Reserve CIP and Park Asset Fund will be presented to the City Council
on July 25, 2016.

Discussion
Park Reserve
The 2016 Park Reserve CIP included the construction of Phase I of Quarry Lake Park. Quarry Lake Park is the
last large park to be constructed on the Park Reserve plan. The amount allocated in the Park Reserve CIP for
Phase I of Quarry Lake Park is $1.8 million. The City has also received a $150,000 Federal Trails Grant and
$40,000 Polaris grant. Phase I will include the development of the northwest corner consisting of site grading,
trails, parking lot and utilities. The estimate to complete Quarry Lake Park is $4.2 Million.
The Community Building is estimated at $2.2 million.
At this time the funds available in the Park Reserve Fund are allocated to Phase I of Quarry Lake Park. Future
park dedication fees can be utilized to complete the park.
There are a few development projects currently in the works that are anticipated to contribute park dedication
fees. Also, as the City develops to the west additional park dedication is anticipated. Preliminary estimates
based on previous development proposals anticipates $812,150.00 in park dedication. There is also one area
within the City that could be developed for residential housing. In previous years it was anticipated that that site
would have 40 units totaling $213,600.00 in park dedication however at this time this development is not
moving forward.

Potential Other Projects:


Huber Park smaller shelter $75,000
Two additional baseball fields west part of Tahpah $400,000
2nd outdoor rink at Lion's Park $170,000
Southbridge Trail Development $300,000
Kilarney Hills Park Development $420,000

Shutrop Park Development $1,250,000


Huber Park Bank Stabilization $2,400,000 (funding could come from other sources)

Park Asset Fund


The Park Asset plan includes projects that address maintenance or enhancements to existing parks and park
facilities. The Park Asset plan is attached for the PRAB's review. The current balance in the Park Asset Fund is
$2,137,410.74. The Park Asset plan is funded annually from both the Recreation budget and the Park
Maintenance budget. The funding from the Recreation budget is the building rent for the Community Center, Ice
Arena and Pool. The attached Park Asset Plan utilizes the current building rental rates however the addition of
the aquatic center and a second sheet of ice will increase the rates, allocating more to the Park Asset Plan. The
Park Maintenance budget allocates $125,000.
The Park Asset plan shows estimated costs for each project based on contract pricing. Some projects are
completed with City Staff and usually result in a reduced cost to the City. The ability for projects to be
completed by City staff depends on the availability and expertise of the departments. The Park and Recreation
Director coordinates many of the tasks each year with the Public Works Department. If all the projects are
completed as planned the fund shows a deficit however as mentioned the building rental rates will be adjusted
changing the bottom lines.

Budget Impact
The Park Reserve Fund is funded by Park Dedication Fees. As the City's developable land reduces, the amount
of Park Dedication funds will also be reduced. This will result in little to no activity in future years. Staff will be
seeking direction from the City Council in the future on alternate sources of funding for the Park Reserve Fund
for future development within the City and the potential development areas outside of the City limits.

Action Requested
The PRAB is asked to provide staff with feedback on the Park Reserve CIP and Park Asset Fund as presented
and make a recommendation to the City Council on the projects planned and proposed.

Attachments
2017-2021 Park Asset Plan

PARK ASSET FUND 2017-2021


2016

2017
$ 1,273,207.69

EXPENDITURES

2018
$

307,867.69

EXPENDITURES

Lion's warming house/rink

500,000

2019
$

(117,472.31)

EXPENDITURES

(7,812.31)

EXPENDITURES

Playground Equipment

75,000

Memorial Bthrm Replace

250,000

Pool Filter Replacement

100,000

Lions Park Parking Lot

80,000

Memorial Park Trails

65,000

Playgroun Equipment-Hiawatha

Gazebo Levy Drive

20,000

Trail overlays

60,000

Memorial Parking lot

Trail overlays

65,000

Playground Equipment

50,000

Fence replacement

15,000

Playground Equipment-Holmes

200,000

25,000

Community Center lot

Bleachers

15,000

Trail Overlay

Skate Park Relocation

200,000

CC Bathroom Counters

100,000

Benches

20,000

Small Drop Slide

15,000

Memorial Bridge

150,000

Schleper Painting

125,000

Scenic Heights Rink

30,000

Main Pool Pump

20,000

CC Locker Replacement

105,000

Backstops

30,000

YB Interior Chinking

50,000

20,000

Lions Rink

180000

265,000

Total Expenses

530,000

Total Expenses

Field 8 Backstop & Fence


CC Bsktball Hoop Replacement

50,000

Playground Equipment - Lions

Pool Diving Well

(163,152.31)

EXPENDITURES

60,000

75,000

2021
$

Trail overlays

Playground Equipment -Stans


Riverview fence

2020

(243,492.31)

EXPENDITURES
50,000

Huber Playground

100,000

Pool Slide Pump

125000

Lions Parking Lot

150,000
15,000

80000

CC Boiler Replacment

100,000

35000

150,000

Total Expenses

1,340,000

EST. REVENUE IN

Total Expenses

800,000

Total Expenses

EST. REVENUE IN

EST. REVENUE IN

EST. REVENUE IN

455,000

Total Expenses

EST. REVENUE IN

165,000

EST. REVENUE IN

from Park Maintenance

$125,000

from Park Maintenance

$125,000

from Park Maintenance

$125,000

from Park Maintenance

$125,000

from Park Maintenance

$125,000

from Park Maintenance

Bldg Rent (CC, IA & SV)

$249,660

Bldg Rent (CC, IA & SV)

$249,660

Bldg Rent (CC, IA & SV)

$249,660

Bldg Rent (CC, IA & SV)

$249,660

Bldg Rent (CC, IA & SV)

$249,660

Bldg Rent (CC, IA & SV)

Total Revenue

$374,660
$

Total Revenue

307,867.69

$374,660
$

(117,472.31)

Total Revenue

$374,660
$

(7,812.31)

Total Revenue

$374,660
$

Total Revenue

(163,152.31)

$374,660
$

CC Boiler Replacment
2015
2015
2016
2017
2017
2018

$374,660

(243,492.31)

100,000

$249,660

Total Revenue
$

Black = Park Projects


Blue = Recreation Facility Projects
Projects to be taken out with CC/IA Improvments
Arena Scoreboard
35,000
CC Air Handler Upgrade
50,000
CC Parking lot Lights
20,000
Arena Dehumidification
140,000
CC Parking Lot Update
500,000
IA Refrigeration/Cooling
1,750,000
$
2,495,000.00

$125,000

2022

(33,832.31)

Informational Items
TO:

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board

FROM:

Jamie Polley, Parks & Recreation Director

DATE:

07/11/2016

SUBJECT:

July 2016 Project Update

6. A.

Action Requested
This is an informational item to update the PRAB on current projects within the Parks and
Recreation Department.
Community Center/Ice Arena Improvements
The Community Centers signature peaks are gone! Construction has begun on Phase 3 which includes the
construction of the Community Room and Senior Lounge. Patrons are now entering the Community Center
through the back Ice Arena entrance. The new main stair case of the Community Center is open for use
however it is not 100 % complete. The contractors are completing the sheetrock and taping of the offices, front
meeting room and indoor playground area. The offices are currently being painted and carpet is planned
for the week of July 11th. The contractors in the Community Center are also running the low voltage cables
and installing new windows, doors and light fixtures. The glass store fronts of the indoor playground area, drop
in child care area, lower level multipurpose room and lower level party room are installed. The walking track
will be closed the week of July 11th for the windows around the track to be enlarged. Parks and Recreation
staff is planning to move back in to the offices by August 1 st . The Community Room and Senior Lounge are
scheduled to be complete by September 1st.
The walls of the ice arena are mostly up and the two sheets are starting to take shape. The roof is being
installed on rink 2 and the piping for the refrigeration system in rink 2 is being laid out. The stadia seating in
Rink 1 was installed and the bar joists for the roof on rink 1 were delivered on July 7 th. The grading and
installing of the slab on grade for each rink will take approximately 6 weeks. The rink at this time is still on
schedule to be complete the first week in December.
Spohn Ranch is close to completing the design of the skate park. Once the plans are completed the final
specifications will be developed and they can seek construction quotes for the concrete work. Ground breaking
for the new skate park will be the beginning of August. The anticipated completion date is October 1.

Park Projects
Quarry Lake Park
Site work continues. The utilities are almost fully installed and the parking lot and trail areas are graded.

Lions Park Inclusive Playground & Warming House


The inclusive playground task force continues to work on their fundraising efforts. The City unfortunately did
not receive the grant from the DNR. To date the group has raised $84,950. The task force recently hosted a
fundraising event at Pizza Ranch on June 20th. The group raised $1,625.00. At the end of July the project will
be reassessed to determine if the city moves forward with partial construction or waits until spring to build the
park giving the fundraising efforts more time.
292 Design Group has adjusted the plans for the shelter by reducing some of the square footage and the
materials used. They are currently working on completing the plans and specifications. Staff is working on
obtaining preliminary pricing.

Memorial Park Bridge


The City recently received notice that the Local Trail Connections grant was not awarded but that the Federal
Recreational Trail Program grant was awarded for the amount of $150,000. The City now has $310,000 for the
bridge. The estimate of the bridge is $550,000. Staff is assessing how to secure the remainder of the funding.

Requested Action
No action is requested at this time.

Administration
TO:

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board

FROM:

Jamie Polley, Parks & Recreation Director

DATE:

07/11/2016

SUBJECT:

June Community Center Input Committee Meeting Recap

6. B.

Action Requested
This is an informational item giving the PRAB an update on the June meeting of the Community Center Input
Committee

Background
The June meeting was held in the Police Station training room on June 16th. The meeting was a brainstorming
session about advocacy. Committee members were asked to list everything that they can think of that the
Community Center has to offer now and will offer in the future. The committee then discussed what advocacy
means to them and ways to advocate. Attached is a summary of their ideas and comments.
The next meeting of the committee will be Thursday, July 21st at 7-8:30pm at the youth building in Lions Park.
The group will continue to talk about advocacy.

Requested Action
There is no requested action at this time.

Attachments
CCIC June 16 Meeting

Community Center Input Committee


June 16, 2016
At the last CCIC meeting the committee had more open discussion on what the Community Center offers the Community
as well as brainstorming on advocacy.
For those that did not attend the meeting please email me with anything that you would like to add to this list.
The next meeting will be on Thursday, July 21st at the Youth Building in Lions Park 1103 Adams St at 7:00-8:30pm. Please let
me know if you cannot attend.

WHAT DOES THE COMMUNITY CENTER HAVE TO OFFER? NOW AND


FUTURE

Free fitness with membership


Indoor track
Yoga studio
Open gym
Playtime
Rink (hockey, figure skating, lessons)
Pickleball
Teen center
Together time music
Weight/cardio
Pillow cleaning
American Red Cross Shelter
Personal trainer
Birthday parties
Community Room
Easter Egg hunt, 5K Special Events
WIFI
Skate Park
Swim Lesson/Pool zero depth entry
Senior Center
Archery
Playground
Drop in childcare
Facility rentals
Preschool dance
Concessions
Turf -Mid February-May
Dryland
Catering Kitchen
Tax assistance
Voting precinct
Blood mobile

ADVOCACY
WHAT DOES ADVOCACY MEAN TO YOU?

Getting buy in from the Community


We cannot be all things to all people
Education
Bringing people together
Different layers demographics
Honesty and positivity
Transparency
Promoter

WAYS TO ADVOCATE

Open houses
Column in paper
Event calendar
Library
Social media
Separate brochures for each segment of the population
Fliers -one for the CCIC with phases and highlights
Town Hall Meetings
School outreach
Programming
Affordability
Different demographics
Kids
Older Active Adults- churches, housing
Home owners associations
Blog or website for the Community Center separate of the
City construction updates, services, events and classes
guest writers -portray fun and community
Communication about what is being worked on, teaser or
banners
Shakopee Showcase at new CC

NEXT MEETING

More Advocacy Did You Know Program

Progress Update Picture show


Name ideas for Senior Lounge
Indoor Playground (Tentative)