PROS Plan Prepares for Adoption

On February 15, 2022, the City Council held a Public Hearing on the PROS Plan Final Draft which included a public comment period, a review of the proposed goals and objectives, a review of the Six-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP), and a discussion of proposed changes. A recording of that meeting is available here and the materials are located in the Document Library. Staff received consensus on minor changes to the Final Draft, and are working to incorporate these into the Final Plan.

What's changed? Council directed staff to include funding in the six-year CIP to determine the feasibility, possible locations, and early design images for a spray park within the parks system. Adjustments to the CIP materials are being updated to reflect this addition.

The Plan will be ready for adoption by Resolution at the March 1 City Council meeting. Once adopted, the City’s eligibility for parks-related capital grants through the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) will be restored.

Staff is recommending the City Council take action to concurrently appropriate funding to begin work on a number of capital projects in 2022, including design for upgrades at the Island Crest Park athletic fields, joint master planning for Clarke and Groveland beaches and MICC Annex Facility Planning for related projects.

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