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Aquatics Master Plan Update

Presented by Richard Zavala, Director Parks and Community Services Department July 26, 2011

Presentation Purpose
Review process for amending the 2008 Aquatics Master Plan; Report progress in establishing collaborations with other agencies Affirm policy for capital improvements for capital facilities.
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Overview of Presentation
Review current conditions Review 2008 Aquatics Master Plan Report research of other facilities and potential partnerships Review recommendations made by City Managers Review Committee of the Library and Parks and Community Services Departments including suggested process, scope and schedule Establish next steps for interim and long term plan
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Current Conditions
2008 Master Plan report included a conditions audit conducted by Kimley-Horn & Associates Each pool was assessed under 3 major categories including: pool & deck; mechanical systems; and bathhouse. The scope would essentially replace all mechanical systems, recirculation pumps, piping systems, decks, bathhouses, address accessibility, address current health codes, etc. THE SCOPE DOES NOT CHANGE THE DESIGN
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Repair Cost Summary


2008 Swimming Pool Audits Report* Pool (Year built, major repairs)
Forest Park 1922,1965,1992 Como 1957,1994 Marine 1926,1983 Sylvania 1936, 1983 Sycamore 1926,1982,1999 Kellis 1960,1999 Hillside 1960,1994

Repair Cost
$2,984,591 $912,323 $2,000,091 $2,028,081 $2,373,379 $1,124,916 $1,072,819

Total
*Kimley-Horn & Associates

$12,496,200

Foreseen Mechanical Needs


Mechanical equipment replace at Forest,
Marine, Sylvania, Sycamore, Kellis, Hillside

Chemical room replace at Forest, Marine,


Sylvania, Sycamore, Kellis, Hillside Pumps replace at Forest, Como, Marine, Sycamore, Kellis

Pipes extensive replacement at Marine,


Sylvania, Sycamore, Kellis
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Chemical Controller

Structural Repairs & Improvements


Shell
Little to no shell integrity therefore shell resurfacing all pools is necessary Shell modifications to meet Texas Department of State Health Services standards

Bath house
Replace at all pools All generally do not meet Texas Department of State Health Services standards; Marine, Sylvania, Sycamore & Kellis do not meet ADA accessibility requirements

Deck
Deck Replacement Forest, Marine, Sylvania, Sycamore Deck Repair and/or Gutter Replacement Hillside, Marine, Sylvania, Sycamore
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Integrity of Pool Floor Results in Loss of Water

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Pool Floor Shell

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Pool Building Entry

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Master Plan Process & Components


Developed capital cost estimates, operational revenues & expenses Conducted market analysis including current facilities inventory, demographics, etc. Researched potential user groups, program opportunities, etc.
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Types of Aquatic Programming


Aquatic User Groups
Competitive Recreation Lesson Therapy & Wellness

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Instructional User Group


Programs: Learn to swim Water safety instruction Lifeguard instruction Life safety skills Survival swimming Scuba Other aquatic skill Needs: Open water areas Varying water depths Step entries
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Participatory Play Features & Fitness Lap Lanes

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Aquatics Master Plan


M&C G16003-Revised January 15, 2008
City divided into 5 sectors of 5 mile service radii:
Central 2 splash pads 4 Medium Family Aquatic Centers North 1 splash pad 1 Medium Family Aquatic Center 1 Community Center Bundled Indoor/Outdoor South 1 splash pad 1 Medium Family Aquatic Center 1 Community Center Bundled Indoor/Outdoor East 1 splash pad 1 Medium Family Aquatic Center 1 Community Center Bundled Indoor/Outdoor West 1 splash pad 2 Medium Family Aquatic Centers 1 Community Center Bundled Indoor/Outdoor

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Aquatics Master Plan Cost Summary


Scenario Project Cost Attendance Revenue Expense Operating Cash Flow Recapture Rate Annual Capital Debt Service Cashflow Estimates $66,350,000 736,878 $1,956,276 $3,218,349 ($1,262,073) 64% $316,500 ($5,518,788) ($7,097,361)

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Water Spray Pad


Pool Mechanical Splash Pad Multiple Spray Features Pool Deck Shade Structures Fencing & Lighting

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Water Spray Pad


Item
Project Cost Attendance Revenue Expense Operating Cashflow

Operating Costs
$800,000 16,157 $0 $29,555 ($29,555)

Item
Total Surface Area Sq. Ft. Total Daily Facility Capacity Parking Minimum Site Size Req. Recommended Site Size

Capacity
2,100 263

35 1.56 2.34

Recapture Rate 0%

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Medium Family Aquatic Center


Bathhouse Leisure Pool Lap/Diving Pool Two Water Slides Participatory Play Feature Kids Water Features Tot Pool w/ Frog Slide Current River Shade Structures
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Community Center Bundled Indoor / Outdoor

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Medium Family Aquatics & Community Center Bundled Cost Summary


MFAC
Project Cost Attendance Revenue Expense Operating Cashflow

Operating Costs
$6,500,000 71,104 $217,364 $337,891 ($120,527)

Comm Ctr
Project Cost Attendance Revenue Expense Operating Cashflow Recapture Rate

Operating Costs
$16,100,000 115,275 $654,519 $1,026,761 ($372,242) 64%
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Recapture Rate 64%

Medium Family Aquatics & Community Center Bundled Capacity Summary


MFAC
Total Surface Area Sq. Ft. Total Daily Facility Capacity Parking Minimum Site Size Req. Recommended Site Size

Capacity
13,275 1,311 173 7.39 11.09

Comm Ctr
Total Surface Area Sq. Ft.

Capacity
20,500

Total Daily 2,051 Facility Capacity Parking Minimum Site Size Req. Recommended Site Size 270 10.40 15.61

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Area City Pools- Partnership Opportunities YMCA


Agreement for 2010 and 2011 Four (4) facilities during off peak times Admission $1.50 & $2.00. Learn-to-Swim for nominal fee City reimburses YMCA for out-of-pocket costs with this years fee @ $10,500
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Partnerships In Progress
Tarrant County College
Indoor facilities are available for use by the public with paid membership Staff in discussions for service agreement in 2012 Friday-Sunday for 10 weeks at Northwest Campus
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City Managers Review Committee Recommendations- Aquatics


Conduct an assessment of the 2008 Aquatics Master Plan to determine the feasibility and applicability of the proposed facilities and establish recommendations for amendments to the plan including the size and scope of the facilities.

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City Managers Review Committee Recommendations- Aquatics


Establish criteria to determine the most strategic location of future aquatic facilities that would effectively and efficiently serve the greatest number of citizens. Review financial strategies that would realistically and efficiently enable the funding of the design, construction and operation of the proposed aquatic facilities.
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City Managers Review Committee Recommendations- Aquatics


Review the cost per user of former aquatics program and consider collaborating with other entities that provide similar programs and that have an aquatic facility. Incorporate the updated Aquatics Master Plan as part of a Five-Year Capital Plan.

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Proposed Schedule
Parks and Community Services Advisory Board will review Committee recommendations
September 28, 2011 update November 30, 2011 review sub-committee recommendations January 25, 2012 finalize recommendation

Staff anticipates presenting recommendations to City Council in March 2012


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Questions?

Presented by Richard Zavala, Director Parks and Community Services Department July 26, 2011

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