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LORAC Dryland Stakeholders Meeting 1 Notes_220120MEETING NOTES 2525 E Burnside St. Portland, OR 97214 | P 503.226.3617 | F 503.226.3715 | www.seallp.com Job:City of Lake Oswego Recreation and Aquatics Center Date:January 20th, 2022 Time:3:00 pm Location:Zoom Prepared By:Kara Grothen Attendees: LOPR - Bruce Powers, Jan Wirtz, Ivan Anderholm, Jamie Inglis, Carol Hartley, Cydny Fletcher, Maria Bigelow LO Resident Stakeholders – Kyle Bistolas, Jennifer Prager, Jane Boutwell, Jennifer Harvey, Lauren DeHaan SEA - Jennifer Marsicek, Erica Baggen, Kara Grothen, Andra Zerbe Subject:Dryland Stakeholder Meeting Notes: A Intro to LORAC Project, Project Background and LORAC Building introduction and general recreation areas 1. Current design progress - Team just finished DD, complete documents likely in May 2. Overall site – Existing Clubhouse, (183) parking spaces, bike parking, improvements along Stafford Road, stormwater facilities, main building, patio spaces 3. Exterior views – Two large masses (pool and gym) with metal panel siding, CMU base, and large windows; lower Lobby section nearer to the Clubhouse; windows, garage doors, and patios facing golf course at pools and Cardio spaces; park-like setting, lots of trees onsite; plaza space between Lobby and Clubhouse; glass Lobby with lots of views to the site B General info on the Golf Course and The Annex (Clubhouse building) Projects 1. New design will include 9-hole executive course, putting green, renovated driving range, maintenance facility i. All golf activities will occur outside – only golf sales/rental inside LORAC 2. Clubhouse will now be called the Annex – cosmetic and structural work to be done; convert from office/clubhouse use into dividable program space with warming kitchen C Introduction of Recreation Divisions, who oversees which program areas and current facilities 1.Maria Bigelow, Adult Community Center Manager – Will provide guidance for adult services at LORAC 2.Cydny Fletcher, Teen & Youth Program Coordinator – Will program fitness classes at LORAC, will likely have office at LORAC (TBD) 3.Carol Hartley, Sports Division Supervisor – Will program sports activities at LORAC (specifically gymnasium), will have office at LORAC Page 2 of 3 4.Jamie Inglis, Events Supervisor – Will program special events and assist with private group rental at LORAC D General Recreation information and review on how and what is programmed currently and planned for future 1. Survey Results – see attached report prepared by LOPR (also on project website) E Review current design plans of dryland areas for LORAC 1. Review names of areas of rooms and uses i.Aquatics - Competition Pool, Recreation Pool, Spa a) Storage cubbies at Rec Pool b) (1) Garage door at each pool ii.Locker Rooms a) (4) Family Changing rooms b) Pool users must walk through hallway into pools iii.Event Rental a) Circulation is contiguous with pool users b) Mostly for parties with pool use; meetings on weekdays i) “Quieter” functions likely held at Annex – business meetings, non-recreation rentals, etc. iv.Lobby a) (2) Garage doors b) Grab-n-go food, vending machines – LOPR is considering what exactly will be provided i) Beverage services are being considered by LOPR – coffee, juice, beer, wine c) Space inside and outside to congregate after fitness activities v.Group Fitness with Storage a) Barres – LOPR considering options (permanent versus portable), to provide input to design team i) Design team is planning to include wall-mounted barres along one side of the room vi.Cardio & Weights with Storage a) (1) Garage door b) LOPR has generated preliminary equipment layouts i) Cardio machines, weight machines, mirror wall(s), free weights ii) Layout appears sparse; Jan noted budget constraints vii.Gymnasium with Storage – Courts for basketball, pickleball, volleyball a) Divider curtain b) Basketball hoops will be folding to allow clearance for other sports c) Wall padding on all walls behind hoops d) 30’ height at short side viii.Plaza – between Lobby and Annex a) Grade change with seating, tables and chairs b) Site could possibly accommodate food cart(s), outdoor BBQ, etc. c) Views to surrounding areas d) Functions – music, weddings, etc. Page 3 of 3 2. Workout/Studio/Gym/Annex A & B i. See above. 3. Include the use of the Annex (former clubhouse) i. Multi-purpose space for events, classes, meetings, indoor playground F Present and review general list of activities & sample schedule - What areas of the building will hold these activities? 1. Activity List: everything that we would like to present currently i. See LORAC & Annex Activities list as prepared by LOPR 2. Input activity scheduling - general timeframes of activities i. See Sample Dryland Schedule as prepared by LOPR G Schedule next meeting 1. April/May – update group on design progress Next Meeting:TBD Distribution:Attendees; Ken Ballard, Ballard*King Attachments:LORAC Dry Recreation Survey Results LORAC & Annex Activities Sample Dryland Schedule Dry Recreation Survey Results March 2021 Dry Recreation Survey Purpose: The Lake Oswego Recreation and Aquatics Center is going to be a recreation hub that will include: dry recreation, classrooms, recreational pool, competition pool, and Parks and Recreation offices. There will be two main activities in the building, the ‘wet’ recreational activities (competition pool and recreational pool) and ‘dry’ recreational activities (fitness, cardio, basketball, etc.; anything not in the water). To aid in the design of the Lake Oswego Recreation and Aquatics Center, a survey was used to gather input on dry recreational side of the center. Dry recreation is only one part of the recreation and aquatics center. The survey is one of many methods that will be used to gather input on the design. Dates: February 19 to March 4 Survey participants: 748 What age group best describes you? How many people are in your household? Do you have youth in your household? If you have youth in your household, which age group(s) best describe them? Select all that apply. What uses would you like to see on the dry side of the recreational center? Select all that apply. To what extent do you feel that the following dry spaces are important to include in the recreation center? To what extent do you feel that the following dry spaces are important to include in the recreation center? If you are an adult, what classes/activities would you participate in post-pandemic? Select all that apply. If you are youth or have youth in your household, what classes/activities would you/they participate in post - pandemic? Select all that apply. If the dry side of the recreational center has the amenities that you desire, how often would you see your household using the recreation center post-pandemic? If the dry side of the recreation center had amenities that you desire, how many hours will you and/or your family spend at the dry side of the recreation center during each visit post- pandemic? What other recreational centers gyms did you and your household use before the pandemic? Select all that apply. What is the primary reason you would use the recreation and aquatics center? Additional comments Main Categories from the 153 written comments OVERALL Content Overall (8) Use this facility (4) Like the location (1) Discontent Overall (2) Use other facilities (11) Prioritization on Aquatics (3) Don’t like the location (2) Parking/Traffic Concerned about traffic & parking (2) Safe street access (1) Minimize neighborhood impact (1) Programming Affordability (4) Scheduling – adult time (1) Childcare while people workout (1) Rental equipment/ towels (1) Housing for homeless in emergencies (1) Striping on court for pickleball and basketball (1) DESIGN Inclusivity Overall (1) Design for all ages (7) Disabilities (1) Indoor - Fitness Overall (2) Pickleball (10) Basketball (9) Volleyball (5) Pool comments (5) Dance (4) Tennis (4) Ping pong (3) Indoor golf (3) Rockwall (3) Yoga (2) Raquetball (2) Other: Extensive weights, TRX, kinesis, group walking, indoor track, universal gym equipment, youth/adult meditation class, rowing activities, no pickleball, secure lockers. Indoor - Non-fitness dry activities Overall (1) Rentable Space (3) Art classes (2) Camps and after school programs (2) Other: Drum circle, board games, massage, steam room, sauna, and bridge instruction. Outdoor - Fitness Golf comments (18) Skatepark (2) Outdoor pool (2) Outdoor volleyball (2) Other: Bocce or Pétanque court, frisbee golf, cornhole, covered area for classes & meetings, playground, and mountain bike track. LORAC & ANNEX Activities ART • Little Masters • Drawing • Oil, Acrylic, and Watercolor Painting • Crafts MUSIC • Little Music Makers • Sing A long • Ukelele • Piano • Guitar • Voice • Choral Group DANCE • Mini-Ballerinas • Tiny Boppers • Little Tappers • Ballet • Jazz • Tap • Lyrical • Ballroom • Line • NIA LANGUAGE • Spanish • French • American Sign ENRICHMENT • Indoor Playground • STEM with Lego • Red Cross Babysitting Training • CPR/First Aid • Survival Training • Meditation • Magic • Pet Training • Home Organization SPORTS • Little Sports-Tiny Tykes • Little Rippers Lacrosse • Parent and Me Yoga • Tiny Hawks Baseball • Multi-Sport • Flag Football • Fencing • Basketball • Volleyball • Pickleball • Social Sports: Corn Hole FITNESS • Yogalates • Yoga • Tai Chi • Qigong • Aerobics • Cardio and Strength • Strength and Balance • Butts & Guts • Boot Camp • Spin • Zumba EVENTS • Preschool Forum • Outside the Art Room • Parent/Child Dinner Dance • Breakfast with Santa • Hikers Potluck • Living Well Dances SAMPLE LORAC DRYLAND SCHEDULE Days Hours Monday – Thursday 5:00am – 9:00pm STUDIO - MULTI PURPOSE ROOM IN NEW BLDG Friday 5:00am – 8:00pm WORKOUT - ROOM WITH STATIONARY FITNESS EQUIPMENT Saturday 7:00am – 6:00pm GYM- SPORT COURTS Sunday 8:00am - 5:00pm ANNEX ROOMS A & B ANNEX ROOMS A & B ANNEX ROOMS A & B ANNEX ROOMS A & B ANNEX ROOMS A & B ANNEX ROOMS A & B ANNEX ROOMS A & B Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday A & B 9AM-1PM INDOOR PLAYGROUND A &/OR B 9AM- 4PM ART/LANGUAGE /MUSIC/ENRICH MENT A & B 9AM-1PM INDOOR PLAYGROUND A & B 9AM-4PM ART/LANGUAGE /MUSIC/ENRICH MENT A & B 9AM-1PM INDOOR PLAYGROUND *A & B 7AM- 10PM RENTALS *A & B 8AM-8PM RENTALS A &/OR B 1-4PM YOGA & TAI-CHI A &/OR B 1-4PM YOGA & TAI-CHI A &/OR B 1-4PM YOGA & TAI-CHI *SPECIAL EXTENDED EVENING HOURS *SPECIAL EXTENDED EVENING HOURS A &/OR B 4-9PM ART/MUSIC A &/OR B 4- 9PM ENRICHMENT A &/OR B 4-9PM ART/MUSIC A &/OR B 4- 9PM ENRICHMENT A & B 4-8PM RENTALS STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 5-9AM SPIN CLASSES 5-9AM SPIN CLASSES 5-9AM SPIN CLASSES 5-9AM SPIN CLASSES 5-9AM SPIN CLASSES 7-10AM FITNESS CLASSES 8-11AM FITNESS CLASSES 9AM-4PM CARDIO & FITNESS CLASSES 9AM-4PM DANCE CLASSES 9AM-4PM CARDIO & FITNESS CLASSES 9AM-4PM DANCE CLASSES 9AM-4PM CARDIO & FITNESS CLASSES 10AM-12PM DANCE CLASSES 11AM-1PM DANCE CLASSES ANNEX A & B PREVIOUSLY REFERED TO AS CLUBHOUSE-DIVIDABLE MULTI-PURPOSE ROOMS SAMPLE LORAC DRYLAND SCHEDULE STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 4-9PM DANCE CLASSES 4-9PM CARDIO & FITNESS CLASSES 4-9PM DANCE CLASSES 4-9PM CARDIO & FITNESS CLASSES 4-9PM DANCE CLASSES **12-6PM RENTALS **1-5PM RENTALS **RENTALS- B- DAY DANCE AND FITNESS PARTIES **RENTALS- B- DAY DANCE AND FITNESS PARTIES WORKOUT WORKOUT WORKOUT WORKOUT WORKOUT WORKOUT WORKOUT Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 5AM-9PM INDEPENDENT & PERSONAL TRAINING 5AM-9PM INDEPENDENT & PERSONAL TRAINING 5AM-9PM INDEPENDENT & PERSONAL TRAINING 5AM-9PM INDEPENDENT & PERSONAL TRAINING 5AM-8PM INDEPENDENT & PERSONAL TRAINING 7AM-6PM INDEPENDENT & PERSONAL TRAINING 8AM-5PM INDEPENDENT & PERSONAL TRAINING GYM GYM GYM GYM GYM GYM GYM Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 5-8AM OPEN GYM/RENTALS 5-8AM OPEN GYM/RENTALS 5-8AM OPEN GYM/RENTALS 5-8AM OPEN GYM/RENTALS 5-8AM OPEN GYM/RENTALS 7-8AM OPEN GYM/RENTALS 8-11AM OPEN GYM/RENTALS 8AM-12PM PICKLEBALL 8AM-12PM PICKLEBALL 8AM-12PM PICKLEBALL 8AM-12PM PICKLEBALL 8AM-12PM PICKLEBALL 8AM-6PM ORGANIZED SPORTS 11AM-5PM ORGANIZED SPORTS 12-9PM ORGANIZED SPORTS 12-9PM ORGANIZED SPORTS 12-9PM ORGANIZED SPORTS 12-9PM ORGANIZED SPORTS 12-8PM ORGANIZED SPORTS CITY EVENTS: City Holiday Luncheons LO READS EVENTS FRI & SAT LOPR EVENTS: Preschool Forum Parent Child Dance Outside the Art Room Santa Breakfast Hikers potluck Living Well Dances