Z: R1 - Low Density Residential/Gneeral Plan: Public/Semi-public
The proposed Project would involve replacement of the existing grass field and paved basketball courts with a joint use, multi-purpose, synthetic, all-weather sports field with football, soccer, and lacrosse markings, a five-lane, all-weather jogging track, fitness equipment, perimeter security fence with privacy screening, restroom and storage/maintenance building(s), walkways, landscaping, irrigation, re-grading of the existing basketball court surface, and sports field lighting. The proposed Project would make use of existing street and on-site parking. No change in site access or parking would occur.
The proposed Project would allow for the extended use of the Project site by outside sporting groups during nighttime hours. The City’s use of the proposed field would be from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The City would have a Community Services & Parks Department employee on site during permitted field times when the school is not in use. No permanent seating or bleachers, scoreboards or amplified sound systems are proposed.
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Recreational (Field Lighting for 10,000 sf Multi-purpose field)
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