Status Update as of December 7, 2018 

Park Funding Advisory Committee

Appointed by the City Manager, the goal of this committee is to explore funding options and prioritize projects for park improvements and a community & aquatics center. Using the Committee’s input, the City Manager will make recommendations on park funding to the City Council. Council will review the City Manager’s recommendations and make a decision on next steps.

The Committee meets roughly every three weeks through March, 2019 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at City Hall. Meetings are open to the public and are posted on the city's community calendar at shorelinewa.gov/calendar. Summary notes, presentations, and meeting materials from each meeting are below.

PFAC Committee

Committee Members

Donald Bell
David Chen
Bill Franklin
Philip Herold
Joan Herrick
Jean Hilde
Carolyn Hope
Julian Larson
Jeff Potter
Esaac Mazengia
Sara Raab McInerny
Yvette Perez
Betsy Robertson
Cecelia Romero
Nan Skinner
Sally Wolf

Meeting Information

Park Funding Advisory Committee meeting materials will be made available as soon as possible after each meeting.

Date

Agenda

Summary Notes  Meeting Materials
September, 12, 2018  Agenda  Summary
Notes

Committee Charter

 

October 3, 2018

 

 

Agenda

Summary
Notes

City Finance 101

Shoreline Demographic Changes

2018 Resident Satisfactory Survey

PROS Plan 2016 Survey Results


October 24, 2018

Agenda
 
Summary
Notes

Investment Opportunities

Investment Opportunities Concept Design Information


November 14, 2018

Agenda

 

Summary
Notes

Community & Aquatics Center Development Presentation

WRNS Studio Concept Design Presentation 

December 5, 2018

 Agenda

Summary
Notes
 

Funding Strategy Presentation

PROS Plan Implementation Funding Strategy Document

Financing Options Presentation

 

Background

The City Council adopted the 2017-2023 Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Plan on July 31, 2017. The PROS Plan includes a new Community and Aquatics Center to replace the Shoreline Pool and Spartan Recreation Center, and strategies to make sure Shoreline’s park and urban forest system keeps pace with growth in the City.  

Additional Resources

2017-2023 Parks, Recreation & Open Space (PROS) Plan

2017-2022 Public Art Plan

2014 Urban Forest Strategic Plan