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Agenda Item - 2022-11-14 - Number 5.1 - Presentation - Pickleball Site Suitability Study 5.1 PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT Pickleball Site MffC Suitability Study oREG0 Task Force Process NOV 14 , 2022 Process Overview AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER 0 Conduct GIS analysis Develop pnorifized list of sites _> Evaluate options for priority sites - > 4 Reportback Refine site Review analysis Review and finalize Draft to City criteria, identify results, refine prioritization, recommendations, Council properties prioritization identify top three alternatives of interest criteria sites for study • Community Preferences Survey Survey Results • Task Force Meeti H ., What the process was: A way to assess possible new locations through an objective lens (0-0-}' t of that balances community interests and concerns in order to find a long-term solution for pickleball in Lake Oswego. ' V � w n GREGO Community Preferences Survey • Purpose: learn about the community's preferences for accessing, playing, and developing pickleball; results will help inform site prioritization criteria and site selection • Received 588 responses • Available for three weeks • Advertised on city website, Hello LO, LO Down, NextDoor, social media • Hard copies were available at Adult Community Center, City Hall, Library 44n a oiv sa 1 8�� Allir n .REGOa Have you played pickleball, in Lake Oswego or elsewhere, in the past year? NO, 19% YES, 81% cdi*P. t s K,,,....,_ GREGD� Have you ever played pickleball at the courts at George Rogers Park in Lake Oswego? • Yes, I play pickleball there regularly 11% 24% • Yes, I have played pickleball there before or I play there occasionally No, I have never played pickleball there • I do not play pickleball 41% �(8y GREGD� Factors ranked by how important they are when deciding where to play pickleball : 1. Number of courts available 2. Travel distance from home 3. Courts dedicated solely for pickleball (vs. courts striped for multiple games) 4. Availability of on-site parking 5. Availability of outdoor/open-air courts 6. Availability of indoor/covered courts 7. Availability of other site amenities (benches, drinking fountain, restrooms, etc.) 8. Availability of courtside space to socialize with other players between games 9. Distance from the parking lot to the courts �� 10.Ability to walk, bike, or take transit to courts Oc -‘4Rf ._ r 15. -Au 2 Lu . , GEGD� % How many courts do you think are required to meet the demand for pickleball in Lake Oswego? 1L0 120 c 100 0_ L 137) Z 20 1 _ • _ J _ iiili _ _ _ _ _ _ _ r 1 rr) � cip 0, cip 0 0 0 ti L ci o �A1l 0 Number of Courts o wimp OREGOta Would you prefer pickleball courts in Lake Oswego to be grouped together or in several different locations? • Multiple courts grouped together in one location • Individual courts spread out in different locations No preference 54% 23% s4_ a GREGD� When do most people want to play pickleball? • 2 or more times per week — 58% of survey respondents • Weekdays ( Monday through Friday) — 62% of survey respondents • Late morning time (9 am to 12 pm) — 43% of survey respondents 4_pc,‘,---i- s Do you prefer to play pickleball at indoor or outdoor courts? • Indoor/covered courts • Outdoor/open air courts 12% 15% — No preference • I do not play pickleball mir 48% C.K:U ir n GR�EGO Would you prefer that the City finds a new location to develop new courts, retrofits an existing facility for joint use, or converts an existing facility for pickleball use only? • Find a new location to develop new courts • Retrofit an existing facility for joint use 45% Convert an existing facility for pickleball only lUs4_ n zwor EGD� Site Identification & Prioritization Process 1. Identified potential sites for outdoor pickleball courts through a citywide GIS analysis using objective site criteria MINIMUM SITE IDENTIFICATION CRITERIA • Vacant or partially vacant land • No environmental/physical constraints • Site size large enough for 6+ courts and on-site parking • At least 150 feet between court location and nearest residential property (ocsiipaiti n� • Inside Lake Oswego city limits 18 lir 2 wow GREGD� L I SW Si FPHENSON Al �P� _ F� �30� „�P o � KF ESE°KVJy S� x Al `, '' J � sFRau '� - P� OERD 1 \ ir z LJ U 'IIMfSEHL1NE LIE y r o� F v_EZ MELROSE ST VOIT(LFS" '" P 9q CEH1N-iV CI DR<D cN =: O Y117 Fl AVM Y.Ni? KRUSE WAY ,Z _ 4EMfiTF' y9 : MEADOWS RD VPARK 9, YPO�'`hoDNTAYN REVD VP.REM Jft Al5 SW BONI IA "RAN I IR In ORE m LAKE GROVE AVE,sQPERO� q..0 CJ C.il2 s v Vy RLVD -�l E!'Ii RVy RCN' .$ ��'"7 ,( A0 SAKF(E NO' I_ AUy SOUTI I SHORE RLVD F0 i Np EA, eia r ` 2\ , HHU ss.,.....7.) 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Developed prioritization criteria and used a weighted scoring model to evaluate possible sites 4tin ao o sa 15��WI n 0REGOa Rank the f ll vving prioritization criteria from most Mentlmeter important to least important. St Number of courts that can be accamodated 2 rid 111111 Cost of development 3rd Timing of development 4th Distance to nearby homes th Displacement of existing recreation opportunities 6th Current property ownership 7th Land use feasibility 8 t h Slopes and tapagra by 9th Existing transportation access 10th Equity in location U • Task Force Recommendation : Preferred Alternative Sites 1 . Rosewood/Pilkington 2 . Hazelia Field 3 . Lakeridge South Long-term option for consideration : Tryon Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Site 4tin ao 1r o s� � M n �REGOa Task Force Recommendation : Additional Recommendations • The Task Force recommends that prior to developing new pickleball courts the City engage a qualified sound engineer with demonstrated experience addressing the impacts of pickleball to assess the site and design the appropriate mitigation measures, if required . • The Task Force recommends that prior to developing new pickleball courts the City conduct a traffic study and parking study for the site, and outreach to the neighborhood association in which the site is located . • The Task Force recommends that new pickleball court sites include restroom facilities. otiti" sa • The Task Force recommends that new pickleball courts are equipped with a 18 W7 o cover to allow for all-season play. oR - �� Rosewood / o��s � - ,- � . ' il; ' . A ... , _ .. .n Pilkington e .0„ ,. 1 - . _ _ . ,,_ Ill, ,, .....=- ..:... , , Oft I r I ir • Site Area: almoner - ' • ,r r` ^'0.75 ac J 'i .w:. . . • Privately owned au - -•r-- ` • If possible, use adjacent site • for site amenities/parking .�, . ," • Building on site has restrooms y . e, • Frontage and other site 7 11 • lit• i ,4> improvements required ' , , I . %, .. . • _ •0 •''.4,:.i . 4 .. •, . tom: hs,`. • i -.. iii. ' 150' buffer around residential F' z ` , • Environmental/physical constraints ❑ Property Boundary ' , - J r., i Approximate Site Area ,Ali- `. - - , a _. �'� , 1I, 1 � i r ) i 0 `r4_ THIS I' IS FOR STUDY i "' . "'� H PURPOSES ONLY AND -' J -� ' • - , V � Ci ... t DOES NOT REPRESENT i l AN ACTUAL PROPOSAL i) 1. . 0 '1EGO Hazelia .,,.,,, . -- —©VERLOOK CM �._6! ' s _ t rti a • ' ed t ---7--V4S r/ ■y , & IIIMENWEI .. ' •0;• Site Area: —0.9ac o � _ $: • City owned P ` ' • Would require relocating y� d existing dog park =•- • Restrooms on site / wirw , , t / / -, = �' • Additional parking required 1 ^�- _ a �►,_ I r • CI ri 11 �� r. �0 ��. 150' buffer around residential ", - ' AN Environmental/physical constraints ' Property Boundary i �*�:,t. w-. - t,,El A �_i Approximate Site Area r -�. _ ...L _ T LA �' `rt� 1;SMA FOR STUDY 4,!,, .. r'6 PURPOSES ONLY AND - ` . d .; a ; ' : "~ DOES NOT REPRESENT i ' 'a Y. �� AN ACTUAL PROPOSAL '; •' • - '" ,� � — OREGOt� 15 _... sue•- Lakeridge - OVERLOOK_ — maw,- i . ,- ,,,,„ _ - South osr— 1 ,H IM • 01111 1 g • Site Area: -1.3 ac i • Owned by School District (south 'R - _ 4 d • • of Hi Lakerid e High)g ) .,� .' • Would require on-site parking - ig p- es • Significant transportation - — - challengesTtio. igirmwrori • Would require coordination with �:; . .44, . School District on access and .<i . � � '� programming w 150' buffer around residential o Environmental/physical constraints . .A . - . - . r ❑ Property Boundary '' ' '' r ,L_, Approximate Site Area . , LA � � �� `rt� \,THIS MAP IS FOR STUDY RIDGE POINTE al N .DOES NOT REPRESENT , 6, A . — NACTUAL PROPOSAL 11 , GREGOta Options for George Rogers Park Options to address the interim phase between now and when new courts may be built at one of the alternate sites: 1. Leave the courts open under the current schedule until new courts can be developed at one of the alternate sites 2. Leave the courts open under the current schedule through the winter months when play is naturally reduced by inclement weather, then further reducing the hours or closing the courts in the coming spring or summer 3. Further reduce the hours or days of play or closing the courts, resulting in a gap of in pickleball service and programming until new courts can be developed 4-- p7, ---E , (2 ,\) `r -.,\\ oR Sound Mitigation Options Sound Absorption Panels r • Claims 25 dB reduction in 1 "°'sound vs. 12 dB with Acoustifence L111100 • Cost is approx. $25/linear foot Qptimum �ch receiver - HD � Barrier r position I . ` Noise source Acoustic shadow o � V 111111111 n OREGOr�