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02/02/2021 07 Washington Fruit Community Center Proposed Operation Plan ti i..asxntntj kd d g$Ag x°'naa.x,,4n BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. 7. For Meeting of: February 2, 2021 ITEM TITLE: Washington Fruit Community Center Proposed Operation Plan SUBMITTED BY: Scott Schafer, Director of Public Works Ken Wilkinson, Parks & Recreation Manager, 509 576 6416 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: The Yakima City Council directed City staff to bring back a proposal to City Council to manage and program the Washington Fruit Community Center based on the City's Harman Center model, primarily using City staff for management, allowing for third party partners and community input on all future programming to include budgetary impacts of the proposed change. Yakima Parks and Recreation has a long history of providing recreation programs and facilities for the City. Yakima Parks & Recreation had previously provided senior citizen programming for the Northeast section of Yakima starting in the early 1970's at the now Washington Fruit Community Center. The senior citizen programming ended in 2004 when the Harman Center was opened. YPAL and other organizations offered programming at the center since 2004. Staff is extremely excited at the possibility of providing quality, low-cost programs and activities to the Miller Park neighborhood serving youths, adults and seniors. As indicated in the proposal, there would not be any additional costs associated with housing Parks & Rec staffing within the Washington Fruit Community Center as those positions are already budgeted for 2021. ITEM BUDGETED: Yes STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Neighborhood and Community Building APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL BY THE CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: City staff recommends that City Council allow the Yakima Parks & Recreation Division to operate the Beyond The Bell after school program at the Washington Fruit Community Center and add additional programming for youth, seniors citizens and adults. ATTACHMENTS: 2 Description Upload Date Type Washeigion Frul Community Center Operatme Plan 1127/2E721 Crew;Memo Proeesal D report 1/2812021 Cevcr Memo 3 Yakima Parks & Recreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal k: z; .' ... .. ..... pia ....:� ... 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M4w':'MCt February 2, 2021 The proposed mission of the Washington Fruit Community Center is to foster inclusive participation by providing a variety of quality,fun and safe programs 1 for people of all ages Yakima Parlt )3 � � 4 � TABLE OFCONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION -3 2.0 PROPOSED MISSION STATEMENT 4 � 3.0 BRIEF HISTORY.................. .................................................................................=.......... .........~^4 � 3.1 Washington Fruit Community Center Occupancy History.................°_................ 4 � 4.0 SITE PLAN ,..........~_-,___S ' 5.0 DEMOGRAPHICS ,S 6.0 SERVICE AREA AND NEIGHBORHOOD SURVEY AREA '7 � 6.1 Service Area &Community Survey Mailing Area.............................................. ........ ,7 | 7.0 GOALS&O8UECT|VEO ^7 7.1 Washington Fruit Community Center Proposed Goals................................ ............ "A 7.2 Goals,Objectives and Policies-Parks&Recreation Comprehensive Master Plan,8 8.0 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART 10 9.0 PROPOSED RECREATION SCHEDULE 12 10.0 CURRENT AND POTENTIAL PARTNER5' ...............~.~~.^~_~.w~. ........................................ 1% 10.1 Current Partnering Organizations 12 10.2 Potential Partnering Organizations ...............__......_,_r.._��~._,_�~r,��_.~_=m^,~13 11.0 CURRENT AND POTENTIAL GRANT SOURCES 13 11.1 Current& Previous Grants 13 11.2 Potential Grant and Donation Sources 14 12.0 FINANCIAL INFORMATION 14 12.1 Current Budget 14 12.2 Current Revenue 15 � ) 13.0 PROGRAMMING . �-.- 15 ' 13.1 Youth Programs lS 13.12 Beyond the Bell After School Program 15 ' 13.13 Beyond the Bell Program Statistics 16 ~ 13.14 Youth Sports Program-Outdoor in Miller Park................. ~~_~ 17 13.15 Summer Playground Program 2O17 Miller Park 17 13.16 Youth Program List 17 ) 13.2 Senior Program List 18 133 Other Programs 18 13.4 Family Programming 19 , 13.5 Program Costs& Fees 19 14.0 FLOOR PLAN i^~~.-~-___~.."~_-.........................-.--~-~~~-=_..................... ..................... 2O 15.0 MILLER PARK PLANNED IMPROVEMENTS 21 . 15.1 Project Need 22 : 15.2 Planned Improvements &Costs 23 15.21 Project Costs J] 15.22 Fundraising Efforts x23 15.23 Funding Request -34 16.0 [ONCLUS|ON_...... .......... ...... ._-~-=_ ............... ................................... _^^w`=_24 Appendix IO19-IU2O Beyond the Bell Program Highlights ZS Appendix Beyond the Bell Program Brochure 27 m Appendix[ Harman Center Information 28 � Yakima Parks&Recreation- Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal-February 2021 n 1.0 INTRODUCTION The Yakima City Council directed City staff to bring back a proposal to Council to manage and program the Washington Fruit Community Center based on the Harman Center model, primarily using City staff for management, allowing for third party ^� partners and community input on all future ' programming toindude budgetary impacts mfthe - proposed change. Yakima Parks and Recreation has long history ofproviding recreation programs and facilities for the city. Yakima Parks Q Recreation had provided senior citizen programming for the Northeast section ofYakima starting in the early l97O'sat the now Washington mg Fruit Community Center, however,the City received a $4 million-dollar donation from the Harman Foundation to build a new senior center. The ' Harman Center was opened in2UU4. This ended Washington Fruit Community Center the senior programming at the Washington Fruit Community Center. The Harman Center was built on land donated by the Clevenger family which is now known asGaiUemnPark. Yakima Parks and Recreation has also been providing recreation programming for children for many years, Much ofthe indoor youth programming has been within the Yakima School District buildings. The Beyond the Bell after school program for elementary age students began in2OlD. Prior to the Beyond the Bell program, The Yakima Parks & Recreation Division utilized AmeriCorps workers to run programs at various Yakima Elementary Schools. Hoover,Adams and Garfield Elementary Schools housed these after school programs. The Yakima School District received a grant to provide programs within these schools utilizing their own staff. At that time Roosevelt Elementary School was chosen by the Yakima School District as the best location for the Beyond the Bell program. The Yakima Parks& Recreation Division has long been hoping to be able to return programs to the Northeast section of Yakima. Many wf the children served by the Beyond the Bell program live in this area. Having a facility to program as needed tobest serve the various populations is very desirable. Operating the Beyond the Bell program inanother organization's facility has been frustrating at times, due to school functions taking precedent over Yakima Parks and Recreation programs. Moving the program to the Washington Fruit Community Center will eliminate these issues, The proposed plan to operate within the Washington Fruit Community Center includes ' programming for seniors,children and adults. ' In addition to programming ofvarious types within the building, utilizing the community center to support outdoor activities in Miller Park would also become apos�bi|�y. Utilizing the — center as e place for check in and registration for youth sports and recreation pruQn*nns, |ikefutsa|, basketbaU, andsoccerdinicsxvou|dbeeasier. ^ � Anotherbene�tnfprovidin8axvidevarietyof 'n positive activities ina park is that the activities make Washington Fruit Community Center �) � Yakima Parks&Recreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February J022 o ita less desirable location for the negative activities that sometimes occur in and around the park and � community center. � During the summer months,Yakima Parks&Recreation coordinates the Viva la Musica concert � series which takes place in both Miller Park and Martin Luther King Jr. Park. The Viva |aMusicaconcert � � series will be planned for the summer of 2021 and will occur, if permitted by the Yakima Health District. � � [ontinuedevents |iketheconceMsandothereventsvxiUhe|ptoincneoseneiQhborhoodpride� . � The Yakima Parks and Recreation staff are very excited about the possibility of having a place to � call home and provide easily accessible and quality bilingual recreation and community benefitting programs for this area of Yakima for people of all ages. 2.0 PROPOSED MISSION STATEMENT A mission statement has been created for the Washington Fruit Community[enter. It is a work in progress and can be modified or rewritten when community input occurs. "The mission qf the City mfYakimo's Washington Fruit Community Center isCm foster inclusive participation by providing mvariety of quality,fun and safe programs for people of all ages 3'0 BRIEF HISTORY The Washington Fruit Community Center was built in the early 1970's and served as the Yakima � � Parks and Recreation Senior Center at Miller Park until 2004 when the Harman Center opened. |nZ0O4 � the Yakima Police Athletic League was formed and operated programs for 4years. There were also � other organizations that operated programs at the center during that time. 3'1 Washington Fruit Community Center Occupancy History ~ ,1970's'2004 Building operates as Yakima Parks and Recreation Senior Center � 2004 Yakima Parks and Recreation Senior Center relocates tn the Harman Center � � Yakima Police Athletic League(YPAL)operates the Miller Park Activities Center ! offering a variety of youth services and programs in a safe and secure facility Z0O4'20U8 Yakima Valley Farmworkers Clinic offers health assessments' health screenings and immunization clinics 2008'2019 YPAL offers programs and activities and events targeting atriskyouth__ _ � 2O1Z'Z01� Yakima'x Gang Free Initiative No�heastYakima Youth and Family Development ! � / | [enter youth andfami|ydeve|opmentpro�/ammlnQ 2014 Washington Fruit Company provides funds for refurbishing the aging Miller Park Activities Center 2015'2016 People for People sponsors the Gang Free Yakima Connections at the center,a call center to provide gang prevention and intervention information 01 Yakima Parks&Recreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February 2021 7 4.0 SITE PLAN The Washington Fruit Community Center is located in the Northeast section of Yakima and is adjacent to Miller Park. Miller Park is one of the oldest parks in Yakima and has been described as"the heart of the community.^ �� h|n � nF i�` ��~-- � � � ^ ' � Mitlef..Park enter �.5tjeel Miller Pork a Washington Fruit Community Center Location Map k AL ` ' � 4.1 , Vivo mMusico Concert mMiller Pork 5.0 DEMOGRAPHICS The U S Census reports that tract 2,which is the area surrounding the Washington Fruit "` Community Center, population isS,S72. The demographics of the area surrounding the Washington QJ a- 8 Fruit Community Center are identified below. Age .... 26 ±2.5 Population by age range Population by age category 1,9,6+ 15,96+ Median age w. ff. ,',........ii.iiii'itiiiiiii:t.i 129C 11,+4+ 18 so 64 about three-quarters oi the figy re In ;......................................„.„.1:::::::$2,...q..1.......7.,!1.11.7............iffify,........ ..... 89e ax.i. 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Sex Race&Ethnicity ..,..,., 74% ....................................iiiii.:11::::::::ii.........i..ii..................................,....iii .....,,,,,i;,.••••••1.:.,,,,,iiiill..!.......ii..:1••••:,,,,,,iiiiiii.............i.,ii••••••:,,,,,,,,,*!!.... ........,,............„.„, „, Nt115 1111 iiii.1.11111.1111111111111.11.fi iiii 54% j-:,,,. 21%t ix, 3% 0% 090 V* 1Xt. ......... .. ............iW ....t.., White Wash Native Asian Islander Other Two+ Hispanic ff.., , 'Hiwsenic includes i esporinentsof ony race Other categories are tion-Hiispsnic .. _0._0. ... ...a.—... ... .... ... .... ..... , .. .... .„„,„„ „ ,„„ , ,.. . , . Income $12,560 $31,957 Household income Per capita income Median household income ..............„.........,.........x.„,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..................;..............................................................E........F.......... .. 3hmst ildif"if,t j m 0,j,',"',.,,.',V,,,,,,, AbOLit tWa-thirds cr vie.2,,,c DUni.;,, ...............................i.......E .......f.lififi...........42 ••••••,11.••••••11,••••• about thre,faths,r1-,.,.,,r,,,,,,,,,, :iiii......iiii:::::::::::::::::::: .... ........E.::::.7............1....*:.:SYMY5'...............4.2 5 ..' 0 Under$501a 150K-1100K 5100K-52001( Over 8,200K _ — . —.i —. Poverty 29.6% Children(Under 18) Seniors(65 and over) Persons below poverty line '01 ..f.',E'' about 1.5 times the late;n Yakim a 213 4% ::: , Poverty 11 i. Poverty ''''''',„„a i.,••••••••••••••••••••••••:••••••*•••••••111***.!...„. i wir f 30%f ,fat '1' 26%f ,..: .. .., ... . .... .......,,,•*1*....•*.i.*............„..,':.„' ....., .... . 0... .. .... .... ...... .. United States Census Bureau Data ko cu cm CS a_ Yakima Parks&Recreation-Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February 2021 n 6. SERVICE AREA AND NEIGHBORHOOD SURVEY AREA During the Yakima City Council meeting on January 5, 2021,discussion included community input into the programming and services offered at the VVFC[. Yakima Parks and Recreation conducts a community wide survey every five years asa part of the comprehensive master planning process required by the State of Washington in order to be eligible for grants to improve parks and purchase land for parks. The same process of surveying the community can be used to gather community input on programming. When allowed by the Covid—19 guidelines, in person community meetings to gather additional information can occur. The planned survey area has been established to cover a total of3.2 square miles around the center. The rationale is that people from within this area will be the families that will utilize the center the most. 6'1 Service Area J&Community Survey Mailing Area Miller Park and the Washington Fruit Community Center serves Northeast Yakima. Below isa map of the identified service --- ` --- ^ area. Seniors,Children and m « � families can access the center by -` walking, riding bicycle, utilizing Yakima Transit system orusing personal vehicles. The center will be open to all. Ample street parking and a22 stall parking lot ` ma °m�=� � �� adjacent to the center will allow for many people to park close tq the park and center. ............'�'...li 7.0 GOALS&OBJECrlVES The following are a list of goals and objectives for the operation plan for the WFCC. These goals and objectives can be refined and changed when the community's input regarding the operation of the center is received. A list of proposed goals are aafollows: Yakima Parks @Recreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February 202z 10 7.1 Goals � l. To provide a wide range of bilingual recreation and wellbeing activities for all ages � 3. Tu create a safe space for children togo after school � � 3. To provide asupport system for students' academic endeavors � /L To provide positive role models for children of all ages � S. To provide a positive alternative to gang and criminal involvement � G. To provide activities for senior citizens to learn new skills, engage with friends and receive positive social interaction 7. To provide a place for free senior citizen wellness programs EQ. Blood pressure checks Q. To provide a safe gathering place for all ages, helping to build strong multi-generational relationships 9. To allow participants to experience a greater understanding of diversity for the residents and neighbors atWashington Fruit Community Center � 10. To give the community a safe and inclusive space to socialize and provide healthy activities ^ and programs for youth and adults 11. To provide youth with positive guidance and personal development � 12. To promote community pride,sense of ownership and a sense of belonging and � demonstrate that neighborhood children and adults are a valued part of the community 13. To provide programs that will continually evolve to reflect the community's needs, preferences and desires 7.2 Goals,Objectives and Policies—Yakima Parks&Recreation Comprehensive Master Plan In the 2017—2022 City of Yakima Parks and Recreation Comprehensive Master Plan,goals, objectives and policies for the recreation area have been established. Many of the goals, objectives and policies directly correlate with the proposed operational plan for the Washington Fruit Community Center. Below ioa list nf the goals,objectives and policies that apply. 2.0.8 Goal: Provide active recreation programs that meet the leisure interests and needs of the community and offer a wide variety of other recreation opportunities to all the people of ^o Yakima. Yakima Parks&Recreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February 2021 11 �� 2.10 Objective: Utilize the 2017—2022 Comprehensive Plan Community Survey for program � suggestions and ideas to meet the recreation interests of the community and to enhance the � program opportunities and program quality. � ' s I.1.1 Policy:Work cooperatively with local agencies,organizations, and special interest � groups to support and enhance city recreation programs and servimes � . � 2.2'2 Policy: Encourage recreation staff tu keep abreast of current and future recreation � trends by attending professional conferences and workshops as budget allows. � 2.1.3 Policy:Continually identify community interests and needs relating to recreation � programs and services. 2.14 Policy: Evaluate the effectiveness of programs and activities through the use nf questionnaires, surveys, and participation evaluation forms. I.2.0 Objective:Collaborate with Special Olympics and other agencies serving special populations three times per year to provide more recreation opportunities for community members with special needs. 2.2.1 Policy: Establish new programs to meet the changing and expanding needs of older � citizens and those with special needs. � � 2.2'2 Policy:Work with the Harman Center, Henry Beauchamp Jr.Community Center,and : Yakima Police Athletic League/Washington Fruit Community Center tm establish recreational . programs and services at those sites. 2'2.3 Policy:Offer programs directly urbyworking cooperatively with the Yakima School � District and other local agencies to provide a variety of activities for youth and teens with , special emphasis on programs during after school hours and during summer months. 3.3.0 Objective:Communicate with culturally diverse leaders within the community to establish recreation programs to meet the needs and interests of the city's culturally diverse population. 2.3.1 Policy: Establish,coordinate and direct recreation programs for the city's culturally diverse population. 2.3.2 Policy: Establish and offer adult and youth special interest classes that are taught by bilingual individuals. 2.3.3 Policy: Establish bilingual promotional materials to encourage participation ofSpanish speaking individuals in Parks and Recreation programs. c^ 12 2�.4 Policy: Provide users friendly access to park facilities and, when feasible,support those offering special events. ' I.4.5 Policy: Encourage staff to become familiar with community programs and services in order to provide referrals and options tocitizens. ' ' 2.5.0 Objective:Solicit sponsorships and donations to supplement the cost ofrecreation � program delivery. 2.5.1 Policy: Establish collaborations and sponsorships with community service organizations and businesses to maximize the effectiveness of existing resources,to increase the affordability of programs and services and to bring Parks and Recreation services within the financial reach of all members of the community. 2.5.2 Policy: Develop opportunities for volunteer support of Parks and Recreation services and programs. 2.5.4 Policy: Develop scholarship programs for youth and low-income families. 2.6'0 Objective: Facilitate and support recreational services offered throughout the community by not for profit groups,service agencies,and/or faith-based organizations. 2.6.1 Policy:Share professional and,when available,financial resources to enhance � recreational services to the people ofYakima. ^ 2.6.2 Policy: Promote community access to recreational services by acting as a clearing house , and promoting those services. � 2.6.3 Policy:Create service delivery collaborations and partnerships with community groups � and agencies. � 2.7.3 Policy:Explore options for networking to provide community events. ^ 8'0 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART An organizational chart of current staff has been created. This organizational chart isthe current chart under which the Yakima Parks and Recreation Division operates. No change tothe organizational chart isneeded. All positions on the chart are currently budgeted and filled. Additional staff would need to be employed, if the second summer playground program was established at Miller Park. Yakima Parks&Recreation-Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February 2021 � � 13 Washington Fruit Community Center— Proposed Operational Plan organizational Chart Yakima City Council City Manager Bob Harrison Dir.Of Public Works Scott Schafer Kerry]ones Ken Wilkinson Facilities Maint. Recreation Supervisor Staff Leslie Richards Recreation Act.Coord. Kim Lopez Rec.Specialist Juan Arias Recreation Leader Instructors Sarah Lopez Temporary Youth Sports Employees Instructors Temporary Volunteers Employees Volunteers BOLD—Denotes Bi-lingual Staff -~ -' � ~ _, - _~^ ____^�. _____-__~-__._- _-^_-�_- ___~_.___^ � Yakima Parks&Recreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal-February 20Zl 14 9.0 PROPOSED RECREATION SCHEDULE Below is an example of a proposed schedule. All programs will utilize bilingual staff. Currently, many of the Beyond the Bell and youth sports program instructors are bilingual. The schedule below is an example of programming. It is subject to change. The schedule will also allow for third party groups to utilize the facility for other programs. YPAL will have opportunities to provide programs within the facility as well. We further intend to engage the local neighborhood to understand their programming and service needs that could be provided at the WFCC. ... . ....... Washington Fruit Community Center-Schedule Example Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Sat/Sun Multi-Purpose 8:30-9:30Zumba Gold 8:30-9:30 Fitness Forever 8:30-9;30Zumba Gold 830-9:30 Fitness Forever 8:30-9:30 Zumba Gold Facility Room 9:45-10:25 Preschool Tap 9:45-10:25 Preschool Gymnast 9:45-10:25 Preschool Tap 9:45-10:25 Preschool Gymna•9:45-1025 Preschool Tap Rental 10:30-11:10 Preschool Ballet 12-2 Open Gym 10:30-11:10 Preschool Ballet 12-2 Open Gym 10:30-11:10 Preschool Balle 12-1 Adult Beg Tap Dance 3t30-4:10 Beg Gymnastics 12-1 Adult Beg Tap Dance 3:30-4:10 Beg Gymnastics 12.1 Adult Beg Tap Dance 4-5 Kickboxing 7-8 Open Gym 4-5 Kickboxing 5:30-6 Cheer 4-5 Kickboxing 5:30-6 Cheer 5:30-6 Cheer 7-8 Open Gym 7-8 Open Gym 7-8 Open Gym Southwest 9-11 Hand and Foot 3:30-11 Bridge 9:30-11 Hand and Foot 9:39 11 Bridge 9:30-11 Hand and Foot Facility Classroom 9-11 Dominoes 9:3011 Rumi kub 9-11 Dominoes 9:3011 Rumikub 9-11 Duminoes Rental 2-6 Beyond the Bell 19-11 Preschool Play Time 12-1 Blood Sugar Testing 10-13.Preschool Play Time 12-1 Hearing Screening/ 3-6 Beyond the Bell 3-6 Beyond the Bell .3-6 Beyond the Bell Hearing Aid Cleaning 3-6 Beyond the Bell West Art Room 10-11Pre school Art 10-2 Painting/Drawing Class 3011PreschoolArt '10-2Peinting/DrawitlgClass 10-11'PreschoelArt Facility 12-1 Coloring/Crocheting 12:30-3 Leatherworks 12-1Coloriny/Crocheting 3:30-5:30 open Arts&Crafts 12-1 Ca to ring/Crocheting Rental 4:30.5:30 Beyond the Bell 3:304:30 Open Arta&Crafts 4:30-5:30 Beyond the Bell 4:30-5:30 Beyond the Bell Northwest Room 8:30-9:30 Computer Lab 830-930 Computer Lab 8:30-9:30 Computer Lab B:30-3:30 Computer Lab .8:30-9:30 Computer Lab Facility Computer 1.2-1 Computer Lab 12-1 Computer Lab 12-1 Computer Lab 12-1 Computer Lab 12-1 Computer Lab Rental '3:30-4:30 Beyond the Bell 4:30-5:30 Beyond the Bell 3:30-4:30 Beyond the Bell 4:30-530 Beyond the Bell 3:30-4:30 Beyond the Bell 7-B Computer/GED/Literacy 6-7 English Class 7-8 Computer/GED/Literacy 6-7 English Class 7-8 Computer/GED/Literacy 7-8Computer/GED/literacy, 7-6Computer/GED/literacy ' Kitchen 8:30-9:30 Morning Coffee 8:30-9:30 Morning Coffee 8:30-9:30 Morning Coffee 8:30-9:30 Morning Coffee 8:30-9:30 Morning Coffee Facility 11-125enlor Lunch 11-12 Senior Lunch 11-12 Senior Lunch 11-12 Seni or Lunch 11-12 Senior Lunch Rental 330-4:30 Kidz Kitchen 2-3 Baking/Cooking Class 3:30-4:30 Kidz Kitchen 2-3 Baking/Cooking Class 390-4:30Kid,Kitchen Patio 1:00-2:00 Gardening 1:00-2:00 Shuffle Board 1:00-2:00 Gardening 1:00-2:00 Shuffle Board 1:0-100 Gardening 2:00-100 Bocce Ball' 2:00-3:00 Bocce Ball 2:00-3:00 Bocce Ball Pl+rk:;:::':::::.E::..r'EEEE:::a'.:.::4 qt-6y00.Soccer/BasketballE::E u(to-S:OOSoec8r/BasliBtbxl{at:+00-,6 009900er/Eosk&3ttall::: 9aA}6:00Soccer/Basketball.::'.4 00-6:IX lc000r/Bassk'dtksalt . ............ .::::::::::::::...43900 First T.e .Gd .F 7#:IX}5:00.FiistTee..Gblf::::.::::::::: .... 4:IX�5:00'Fft'StTee G4FF:::::::::: All programs will utilize bi-lingual staff as much as possible 10.0 CURRENT AND POTENTIAL PARTNERS Yakima Parks & Recreation has a long history of partnering with other organizations. More can be accomplished by utilizing our skills and abilities paired with other outside organizations special skills and expertise. Below is a list of our current partnerships and collaborative organizations for the Beyond the Bell after school program. This is not a complete list of partners for the entire Yakima Parks& Recreation Division. In addition to the list of current partners, a list of potential partners is also included. 10.1 Current Partnering Organizations Yakima Police Department rn ❑Yakima Valley Library Yakima Parks& Recreation-Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February 2021 15 � F1VV3U Health and Nutrition � O Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic � O Delta Dental � 11,Yakima Health Department � DSolarity Credit Union � F1 Columbia Bank � F1 Gymnastics Plus � F1 Dance and Exercise Instructors � F1FronWin/Lions Pool � � U Red Cross � O Washington State O3P| � F1VVashin8ton Fruit F1 Yakima School District 112 Potential Partnering Organizations D Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts U The First Tee mfYakima U Work Source O Comprehensive Mental Health U Bricks for Kids UDSHS/DCYF Department of Youth &Family Services F1Rod'sHouse m F1YVVCA F1YPAL , O People for People—Interns& Meals on Wheels program O Junior League F1 Fat Pastor-Urban Kitchen � � U Champion Center Yakima 11.0 CURRENT AND POTENTIAL GRANT SOURCES Grants have been utilized in many areas of Yakima Parks& Recreation. Specifically, Beyond the Bell has received grants and donations from a variety of sources. Listed below are previous,current and potential granting organizations. 11.1 Current&Previous Grants Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction—State ofWashington r� Dich's Sporting Goods Washington Fruit Corporation Other Local Businesses 'n � L.] Yakima Downtown KiwanisClub Yakima Parks&Recreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February Z022 , 16 � Q Yakima Southwest Rotary O Wa|nnart 11.2 Potential Grant and Donations Sources | U Legends Casino ( U Parker Youth and Sports Foundation ' U Service Clubs—Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis,etc. � U Melinda Gates Foundation F1 TamakiFoundution 12.0 FINANCIAL INFORMATION Many of the cost's associated with the proposed operation plan for the Washington Fruit Community Center are currently in the 2021 City of Yakima Parks&Recreation budget. Moving current staff and programs to the center will require no additional funding. The Beyond the Bell program is currently held at Roosevelt Elementary School. This program has not operated within the Yakima School District Elementary School since March of 2020 and will not be able to operate within the building until Fall of20JIat the earliest. Aaan outside agency,the Yakima Parks& Recreation Division does not have first priority for the school facilities. The financial information below does not include funding for additional programs that could added in the future. Some new programs will provide revenue tooffset costs. 12'1 Current BudgetCurrent 2021 Added 2021 / Expense Description Budget Cost Salaries and benefits for Recreation Permanent Staff for Beyond the Bell and Kissel $132,758.78 � ="a..".gSummer Playground ProgramTemporary Salaries and benefits for Recreation Staffing Temporary Staff Temporary Salaries and benefits for Custodian $9,340.00 Staffing Pacific Power, Cascade Natural Gas, Utilities $19,828.00 Water,Sewer and Garbage R&M Contractors Building Maintenance $10,640.00 ------------ Office and Recreation and Program supplies Operating Supplies and office supplies Miller Park Summer Playground Second Site Program for 50 Participants Summer (Staffing,Startup supplies and Playground �------- Community Survey Printing, envelops and postage $1,000 ... .......—.J Yakima Parks&Recreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February 202I 17 12.2 Current Revenue ........ Revenue . Description Current 2O21Budget Added 2021Newenue � Grant CA[FP Grant via SP| $11/000.00 - - Grant Criminal Justice Special ��3,8]D.�O Programs ' ' Beyond the Bell and Registration Fees Kissel Summer $55'000.08 Playground Program ' ....................'.................... _____ CDBG Funding- R&M Contractors' Building Maintenance and � Grant $9SOODU0 . Operations—($7S,UUO ' ' currently allocated 10 ' Second Site for Miller Registration Fees Park Summer $3,000.00 / Playground Program ' , __' 13.0 PROGRAMMING 13.1 Youth Programs The City of Yakima Parks & Recreation Division has a long history of youth programming. Currently,the Yakima Parks& Recreation Division has 2.75 FTE's dedicated to youth programs. Many temporary employees are also budgeted to assist with youth programming in addition to the Beyond the Bell temporary staff. These employees assist with sports camps and clinics and special events, such as the annual Easter Egg Hunt. 13'12 Beyond the Bell The program description for Beyond the Bell is a program for school-aged kids that allows them to explore stimulating, constructive and just plain fun things to do. � Eli The program is dedicated toproviding \ affordable, convenient, high-quality out of school time programs with well supervised � and enjoyable activities toensure positive development. Yakima Parks & Recreation offers quality after school and summer programming concurrent with Yakima Ln Public School schedules atdesignated |ocationx� Studentspa�idpateinen8a�in�, �`�"==��`=�` Yakima Parks QRecreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February 2021 18 � interactive exciting games and activities that keep their minds and bodies energized when they're not inschool. 13.13 Beyond the Bell Program Statistics The Beyond the Bell after school program statistical data for 3O1O-2Ol9 are listed below. Due to .-~ school closure during the 2O19-ZO2Oschool year,those statistics do not accurately reflect the population served. The Beyond the Bell program in2OI9-2U]U consisted of63V6 At" Hisponic/Latino, 2O96Caucasian/VVhite,3Y6 Black, 1O96 Asian,496native. The children inthe program are from many areas ofYakima. Many ride the Yakima School bus toRoosevelt Elementary School. Family members pickup their children at the end of the program time. ....... ........................... of Youth Indexed � Male Female Youth Volunteer Days of � Served Count Volunteers Hours Activity � _ .......___..... __ 399 89^775 201 198 38 4`495 225 Site BTB Winter Spring Kissel Indexed 24,534 K 18 12 5 5 � ����� 1 � 19 4 � lO 2O �___- __ 23 loth 4 Table zz.za Beyond the Bell Statistical Data ko Yakima Parks&Recreation-Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal-February 2021 19 13'14 YouthSpurtsProgrem—Outdoor in Miller Park A wide variety of sports programming has been offered by the Yakima Parks& Recreation Division. Below isa list of youth sports programs that can be offered in Miller Park. El Soczer—TinyTot , |tty8bty clinics,skills training 11 Futsa| or Mini Soccer utilizing a busketbaUcmurt—|eagues, ` clinic,tournaments O The First Tee of Yakima U Soccer Tennis ' ~` O Basketball Jr' O DodQebaU 11 PicNebaU O Field Hockey O Volleyball ^ ~ 13'15 Summer Playground Program—Miller Park In 2017,the Yakima City Council authorized additional funds for the Parks& Recreation Division tooperate a second summer playground program at Miller Park. The program was very successful and served 50 children for 6 weeks within Miller and the Washington Fruit Community Center. 13.16 Youth Program List A wide variety of programs are available for programming within the center. Every effort will be made to utilize bilingual staff for programming. Below isa list ofpossible programming. O Preschool Tap Dance O Preschool Ballet O Preschool Gymnastics : ^ O Beginning Dance Hip Hop / /r O Preschool Art = r] Preschool Playtime U Kidz Kitchenqiz O Cheer F1 Beyond the Bell O Open Gym ` U Open Game Room U Homnewnrk Ass istance Craft Time Kissel Summer Playground Program O Computer Lab U Movie NightQj � Yakima Parks QRecreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February 2021 � oo �l � F1 Day Trips Uz Seattle Zoo,5PSC VVaterparks, Mountains, SkK5nowboandinQ � F1 Graffiti Paint Out � � U Junior Volunteer Program O Neighborhood Beautification Projects F], Bricks for Kids | U Youth Tech and STEM Projects � Fl Youth Health and Safety Courses 3 O Themed Events and Parties/Ice Cream Socials O Tutoring U Bingo 13'2 Senior Programs O ZumbaGo|d O Fitness Forever U Tap Dancing E Line Dancing U Ballroom Dancing � U Salsa Dancing U Senior Lunch � U Coffee and Concessions � U Card Games/Boarclgames'Bridge, Hand and Foot, Dominoes,etc � F1 Arts and Crafts 11 Woodcarving D Drawing/Painting/Color O Crocheting/Knitting F1 Pin8Pong 11 Senior Baking/Cooking Class/Nutrition U Bocce Ball 11 Pick|ebaU U Shuffleboard F1 Bingo O 8P Checks/Blood Sugar Screenings U Hearing Scneenino/Hea ring Aid Cleaning U Themed Events and Parties/Ice Cream Socials O Volunteer 13'3 Other Programs El Open Game Room El Tap Dancing E Salsa Dancing 00 O PingPonQ � Yakima Parks @Recreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February Z0Jz 21 U PicNebaU U Bingo O Cooking/Baking ' Class/Nutrition U Coffee and Concessions '— O [omputerLabAccess U Corn Hole �� - ' U Basketball/Soccer O Arts and Crafts O Drawing and Painting Class D Tax Prep F. Parenting Classes O GEDC|asses Homework Help vt Beyond the Bell O English Classes O Themed Events and Parties/Ice Cream Socials O Volunteer U Job Training 13.4 Family Programming E Family Movie Nights E Family Bingo Nights O Ice Cream Socials O Parent&Child Dances O Holiday Themed Events—Halloween party,etc. U Parent&Child Exercise Classes 13.6 Program Costs&& Fees The Yakima Parks& Recreation Division makes every effort to keep programming costs as low aspossible. Sponsorships,grants and donations have helped in assisting to keep costs affordable. Whenever possible,volunteers are utilized to bolster program supervision. The Beyond the Bell Program utilizes kids that have ^aged out" of the program to assist with the supervisor of the program. Youth sports programs also utilize volunteers and temporary staff,which are paid minimum wage for program operation. The Beyond the Bell program cost is$I0O per day. The program is from 3:OOpmto6:OOpm Monday through � Friday. Youth Spn�sprograms vary incost. Our � � � |t4-BittySoccer program for children ages 4to 5 costs$36.00 for the 4 week program. Senior Chief«^^«vv with Beyond the Bell Kids � � Yakima Parks& Recreation- Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February 2021 oo Program costs at the Harman Center vary in cos also. Seniors can visit the center and socialize atnocost. A fee wf$1.0Ois charged for a daily program participation. A quarterly fee for programs is$12.00. Similar fees could be charged at the Washington Fruit Community Center. 14.0 FLOOR PLAN The Washington Fruit Community Center has had renovations in the past and additional improvements are planned. Recently the nestnoonn received a complete remodel and are in great condition. Planned improvements include a new roof and HVACsystem. The funds have been received and are allocated for these improvements. KDA Architecture is currently under contract to complete the master planning process for the facility. Direction onthe plans for the function mf the building and Washington Fruit Community Center Floor Plan 777 . � ' � \ m...m......N�~ .^` 47 \ ~ � ~ � l � -- — \ [-- _ _��___� ''� ___��_� ---- --- .... ----� ---- --- — --- W *Mw at(veat � Washington Fruit Community Center Fioor Plan with nstroom Remodel planned programs will assist with the master planning process. Community outreach meetings were planned to receive community input, but due to the pandemic,these meetings were not allowed. When gatherings are allowed,the community meetings can be held a1 the center. |n its current condition,the building provides a wide variety of options for programming. Careful consideration will be made regarding the best function for each programmable space. Qj Yakima Parks&Recreation- Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February 2021 23 15.0 MILLER PARK PLANNED IMPROVEMENTS Improvements are in process at Miller Park. Miller Park and the Washington Fruit Community Center will work in concert to provide additional programming for people to enjoy. Utilizing the Washington Fruit Community Center for storage of recreation equipment and provide park program participants with a restroom will be a key component of this proposal. .............w. .. ... t�++m.v. 'ii::2wv:::..:::::::::::::::::..:s:: } ........................... :.w::v::::::;. i: '�-ii5iixiiii:�:xiii�::....:..'.... :....... .. . ... .x ............... x .. :.. ....'F.'. a uABF':....�:��: .vv.. .. ., .................................. iiiiiiii:iiiiiiii%�.'Sii�iiii :'i:: .. ' ::::::::. .::: x x.xa ..............., ............:::r:. dAa: w:::::::a . 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Mayor Byers provided Alicia Garza with contact information for the Yakima Parks& Recreation Division and a meeting at Miller Park was held on Tuesday, July 21, 2020. A group of Northeast business owners, parents,coaches,community leaders and basketball players met with Ken Wilkinson, Parks& Recreation Manager, at the park to identify their ideas for improving the park. An initial committee meeting was held on July 28, 2020 with the community tN v members, Mayor Byers,Council Member Macias and staff. A purpose statement was created by theco Yakima Parks&Recreation-Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February 2021 24 group;"Revitalizing Miller Park as the Heart of the Communby' A list uf improvements was created by the group and ranked bypriority. The number 1&2 priorities are to resurface and reline the basketball courts and provide lights for safety and to allow play to continue later in the evening. Some of the other identified improvements are a new restroom, a second picnic shelter, a new playground,added walkways, additional picnic tables and benches. Cost estimates were developed and shared with the group atthe second meeting which was held un August ll' 2O2O. Three uf the community members presented their ideas to the Parks& Recreation Commission on Wednesday,August l2' 2O2O. The Park& Recreation Commission was grateful to the group and supports their efforts. Nicole Donegan from the Field Group joined the committee and created an information and fund-raising brochure ' for the proposed park improvements. AK Another meeting was held on Monday,August 24,282Otoprovide more input for the information and fund-raising brochure. The brochure has been created and has been distributed toa variety offunding ^ � ~~—'�� sources. The Yakima Streets Division --- -- removed and resurfaced one ofthe four courts inNovember. Parks and Recreation funds were used topay for the materials for the resurfacing. The other three courts do not need to ~— + be removed. They just need tube reuuatedandre|ined Miller pomSpray Pna ' Information is being gathered and grant applications are being prepared for submission to various organizations for the identified improvements. The Yakima Parks & Recreation Division is pleased to be working with another group of energetic and motivated community members that want to make improvements to a Yakima park. Miller Park is the first designated park in the City of Yakima and needs significant renovation. Miller Park has several amenities;four basketball courts,a dilapidated playground, a performance area,a spray park and a small picnic shelter. At one time, a swimming pool was located in this park, but was removed in 2005 due to its poor condition. 15'1 Project Need As with so many parks and recreation departments around the State of Washington and the entire country,funding for improvements to parks isachallenge. The City of Yakima has faced these same struggles over the past many years and updates to parks, like Miller Park, have not been possible without the assistance of grants and donations. Fortunately,Yakima isa generous community and m/e have been able to complete some projects over the past years using alternative funding sources. Additiona||y,vve have received grants from the State of Washington Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO)to match donated and budgeted capital funds from the City of Yakima. Improvements to Miller Park is the next step in our renovation plans as identified in our 2017-3822Parks & Recreation Comprehensive Master Plan, which has been approved and accepted byR[O. Miller Park is located in Northeast Yakima,which isan � area with over 7SY6 Hispanic population and SOY6of the families living below the poverty|ine Miller � � the only green space and park within walking distance for many children and their families in a densely /� � 25 � populated area. The park is a place where many families gather, recreate and enjoy the great weather � here inYakima. Various events occur in the park throughout the year and the small picnic shelter and � � . � performance area are available for reservations bygroups. The Yakima Parks& Recreation Division has � hosted concerts and events in the park in years past, but due to the COVID-19 crisis, no concerts or � events were held inZU20. The basketball courts in the park are well used, but need toberepaired. In � November,the City reconstructed one of the courts because it had deteriorated to a point of being a safety issue. The addition of lights forthe basketball courts will assist in providing security for those utilizing the � park. Lights have been added to the park in years past through a Yakima Police Department grant, but more lights are needed. The current playground is over 20 years old and finding replacement parts is becoming exceedingly difficult. 15.2 Planned Improvements&Costs | Utilizing the list of planned improvements identified by the community leaders, quotes for � the costs mf the pro]ecthave been 8atheredand are identified be|ovv. The YakimnaStreets Division has � � removed and resurfaced one of the four courts in November, due to its hazardous condition. The other ' threecnu�sneedtoberecoatedandreUned � . � 15.21 Project Costs � . . ^ 1. � r�e8as � � V Z, ��Remove and Replace Basketball Court 4 $18,I55.61 � � 4. Four Benches-Memorial or Sponsorship � � � .` 57 �� J�X� H Picnic � _ _ _ _ � _ $4�S38�DO_ � ^ 6. i ' ' Rectangle Picnic shelter-for performance area $34,180.00 ~ 7.— Walkways_B5' of10' _ � ' e^ , ^1 Picnic~` ' plus shipping -+1+782.39_ ' 9. Restrowm-CXTpre�abricatedbui���p|uauti|�ies��insta||adon 832.52 - _ - _ -_ 10. P|ayground-ADAAccesxib|e ' S103^859.00 11`_ Basketball Court perimeter fence replacement $137^585.26 { 12. Basketball Rims, Backboards&Poles-4courts $47,120.16 23. Fundraising& Information Brochure printing � J 94.03 � Total Expenses _ _ _ � $651,880.53 , ' 15'22 Fundraising Efforts Currently, fundraising efforts are underway. The Field Group assisted with the development of the informational brochure and the webnite. The Yakima Valley Community Foundation has agreed to receive the donations and assist with fundraising outreach. The website for the donated funds and information sharing isrestoreom%lerpark^org, Service Clubs in Yakima have been approached regarding donations. Drew Harris,one of the community leaders driving the efforts,spoke to Yakima Southwest Rotary in November to present the fundraising opportunities. AQrant of $S'O0U has been received from the VVo|martCorporotion. � � ra Yakima Parks&Recreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal-February 30e1 oo � 15.23 Funding Request � � The fundraising efforts will beongoing. The project total estimated cost is$651,88053. A � request nf$63S'O00 has been made to the State of Washington Office of Financial Management. » � 18.0 CONCLUSION ] The Yakima Parks& Recreation Division is excited about the possibility of providing recreation l programs and wellbeing services within the Washington Fruit Community Center aswell as Miller Park. This opportunity will provide a space that can be called home and a place of pride within the neighborhood. The evolution of the programs and services offered through partnerships with third party organization is also exciting and bringing back vibrancy and activity tothe Washington Fruit Community Center and Miller Park has amazing potential. � � � Yakima Parks&Recreation Washington Fruit Community Center Operation Plan Proposal—February Z03z 27 Appendix A Yakima Parks and Recreation Beyond the Bell 2019-2020 J444iratos a pkoxite . Community . Enrichment .Friendship w ;mm:::::::.:w :r::: i.. -.... ate• �r t is :' i$ TEC • •.... sllllita.. .!' � r ..'*: yv... ,,uMx x' .5 r u, ....•.......eta .. .�.,.. .... e r b ,} �yy x a a• ......'HSiA " f.. .... ..0, - ,...„ .. y , v:3Ti ,. ............... a ri mom i fRat.•H .. �.. .ym r lir I 14+41{ 4 * ... a..o•. .. rt 1 14, s x r a -ri ...::.341arii:: .,w:.. rt ... a. .. 4• A. 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February 2, 2021 The proposed mission of the Washington Fruit Community Center is to foster inclusive participation by providing a variety of quality,fun and safe programs for people of all ages • Washington Fruit Community Center Occupancy History 1970's - 2004 Building operates as Yakima Parks and Recreation Senior Center 2004 Yakima Parks and Recreation Senior Center relocates to the Harman Center 2004 -2008 Yakima Police Athletic League (YPAL) operates the Miller Park Activities •• •• Center offering a variety of youth services and programs in a safe and secure facility. • Yakima Valley Farmworkers Clinic offers health assessments, health screenings and immunization clinics • a: 2008 - 2019 YPAL offered programs/activities and events targeting at risk youth 2012 - 2019 Yakima's Gang Free Initiative Northeast Yakima Youth and Family Development Center - youth and family development programming "' "s""' 2014 Washington Fruit Company provides funds for refurbishing the aging : ; - ' Miller Park Activities Center , xx„; ; ',w :, 2015 — 2016 People for People sponsored the Gang Free Yakima Connections at the """"""' center, a call center to provide gang prevention and intervention • information 2 o }' C a E a U E co Ogx co cu ds 5 # r . 1-1- x x ' Co k. _ T� }' t t } •4 V L "' L . }. 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Sex Race&Ethnicity ................. ....................................::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.. ....... .-r• 74% .................... .................... oaamsnagegi .................. .................. ................. ................ ................ fi�l54ala ..+'{t 1 i.`3ttkklilleHlaheall ------------- White Black Native Asian Islander Other Two+ Hispanic ............ "Hispanic includes respondents of a race.Other categories are non-Hispanic. The U S Census reports that tract 2, which is the area surrounding the Washington Fruit Community Center, population is 5,572. 5 DEMOGRAPHICS (continued) Income $12,560 ' 1, ' 7 Household income Per capita income Median household income nentemententessom about halt teamountire`rakima: about two-thirds oftheamount i r. mosszommixassgsgsgs ^23.5 k..'-r Yrak:h a' w4a_950goggogggggggggggoggggg1896t ggsgsgsgsgsgsgsgsgsgsgs ggggggggggggggggggg 596` {� about halfamount 'in = ",emu aE��stthree-fifths,�t the am# art inmentessessessesse Conty.: S.2u,459 Vagina County: $51„6 7 Under$5O ate€-Sl K S1OOK-$24 K Over 5200K Poverty 29.6A Children(Under 13) Seniors(65 and over) about n times therate in Yakima- M Poverty more than 33 Mlles t ,e t w . County- ............ ....:,-- I 6 Service Area & Community Survey Mailing Area tt . . .$ . ... wam. 5 t 4 .... § ' .5 Miller Park and the Washington Fruit Community Center serves Northeast Yakima 7 PROPOSED GOALS 1. To provide a wide range of bilingual recreation and wellbeing activities for all ages 2. To create a safe space for children to go after school 3. To provide a support system for students' academic endeavors 4. To provide positive role models for children of all ages 5. To provide an positive alternatives to gang and criminal involvement 6. To provide activities for senior citizens to learn new skills, engage with friends and receive positive social interaction 7. To provide a place for free senior citizen wellness programs Eg. Blood pressure checks 8. To allow participants to experience a greater understanding of diversity for the neighbors at Washington Fruit Community Center 8 PROPOSED GOALS (continued) 9. To provide a safe gathering place for all ages, helping to build strong multi-generational relationships 10. To give the community a safe and inclusive space to socialize and provide healthy activities and programs for youth and adults 11. To provide youth with positive guidance and personal development 12. To promote community pride, sense of ownership and a sense of belonging and demonstrate that neighborhood children and adults are a valued part of the community 13. To provide programs that will continually evolve to reflect the community's needs, preferences and desires 9 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART Yakima City Council thy.Manager Bob Harrison Dir.Of Public Works Scott Schafer Facilities Manager P&R Mgr. Kerry Jones Ken Wilkinson: r a Facilities Maint. Recreation Supervisor Staff Tami Andringa. Rey Prog Supervisor Leshe.Richards Recreation Act.Coord. Kim Lopez \. Rec Specialist Leon Arias o t Recreation Leader instructors Sarah Lopez Temporary Youth Sports aft Employees Instructors Temporary Volunteers Employees Volunteers. s e f BOLD—Denotes Bilingual Staff 10 RECREATION SCHEDULE - EXAMPLE Washington Fruit Community Center -Schedule Example Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Sat/Sun Multi-Purpose 8:30-9S0Zumha Gold B130-9:30 Fitness Forever B130-9:30 Zomba Gold 8SO9S0 Fitness Forever 8130-9:30Zmnba Gold Fadlity Room 9:45-10:25 Preschool Tap 9:45-10:25 Preschool Gymnastics 9:45-10:25 Preschool Tap 9:4540:25 Preschool Gymnastics 9:4554025 Preschool Tap Rental 10:30-11:10 Preschool Ballet 12-2 Open Gym 10:30-1110 Preschool Ballet 12-2 Open Gym 103O-1130 Preschool Ballet 12-1Adult Beg Tap Dance 3:30-4:10 Beg Gymnastics 12-1 Adult Beg Tap Dance 3:30-4:10 Beg Gymnastics 12-1 Adult Beg Tap Dance 45 Kickboxing 7-8 Open Gym 4-5 Kickboxing 530-6 Cheer 4-5 Kickboxing 5:30-6 Cheer S:30-6 Cheer 7-8 Open Gym 7-8 Open Gym 7-8 Open Gym Southwest 9-11 Hand and Foot 9:30-11 Bridge 9:30-11 Hand and Foot 9:30-11Bridge 9:30-11 Hand and Foot Facility Classroom 9-11 Dominoes 9:30-11 Rumikub 9-11 Dominoes 9:30-11 Rumikub 9-11 Dominoes Rental 2-6 Beyond the Bell 10-11 Preschool Play Time 12-1 Blood Sugar Testing 10-11 Preschool Play Time 12-1 Nearing Screening/ 3-6 Beyond the Bell 3-6 Beyond the Bell 3-6 Beyond the Bell Hearing Aid Cleaning 3-6 Beyond the Bell West Art Room 10-11 Preschool Art 10-2 Painting/Drawing Class 10-11 Preschool Art 10-2 Painting/Drawing Class 10-11 Preschool Art Fadlity 12-1 CeloringfCrocheiing 12:30-3 Leatherworks 12-1 CeloringfCrocheting 3:3O.5:30 Open Arts&Crafts 12-1 ColoringfCrocheiing Rental 4:30-5:30 Beyond the Bell 3:30-5:30 Open Arts&Crafts 4:30-5:30 Beyond the Bell 4:30-5:30 Beyend the Bell Northwest Room 8:30-9:30 Computer Lab 8:30-930 Computer Lab 8:30-930 Computer Lab 8:30-9:30 Computer Lab 8:30-930 Computer Lab Fadlity Computer 12-1 Computer Lab 12-1 Computer Lab 12-1 Computer Lab 12-1 Computer Lab 12-1 Computer Lab Rental 3:30-4:30 Beyond the Bell 4:30-S:30 Beyond the Bell 3:30-4:30 Beyond the Bell 4:30-5:30 Beyond the Bell 3:30-4:30 Beyond the Bell 7-0 Computer/GEQkiteracy 6-7 English Class 7-8 Computer/GED/Literacy 6-7 English Class 7-8 Computer/GED/Literacy 7-8 Computer/GED/Literamt 7-8 Computer{GED{Literacy Kitchen 8:30-9:30 Morning Coffee 8:30-9:30 Morning Offee 8:30-9:30 Morning Coffee 8:30.9:30 Morning Coffee 8:30-9:30 Morning Coffee Fadlity 11-12 Senior Lunch 11-12 Senior Lunch 11-12 Senior Lunch 11-12 Senior Lunch 11-12 Senior Lunch Rental 3:30-4:30 Kidz Kitchen 2-3 Baking/Cooking Class 3:30-430 Kidz Kitchen 2-3 Baking/Cooking Class 3:30-4:30 Kidz Kitchen ®2:00-3:00 Gardening 1:00-2:00 Shuffle Booed 2:00- :00 Gardening 1:002:00 Shuffle Board 2:00-3:00 Gardening Ell 2:00-3:00 Bocce Ball :00-3:00 Bocce Ball 2:00-3:00 Bocce Ball ® IIIII 4:00-6:00 Farrah a Gskethal) 4:90-6:99 Soccer/Basketball 4:90-6:99 Soccer/Basketball 4:0tk6:00 Seecer/BaSkethall 4:00-6:00 First Tee Golfthall 4:00-500 First Tee Golf 4:00-S:00 First Tee Golf 4:00-5:00 First Tee Golf All programs will utilize bi-lingual staff as much as possible The schedule above is an example of programming. It is subject to change. The schedule will also allow for third party groups to utilize the facility for other programs. YPAL will have opportunities to provide programs within the facility as well. We further intend to engage the local neighborhood to understand their programming and service needs that could be provided at the WFCC. 11 U, a) U _ L _N a) a) N a) >, s co O U- U, V) o2i co Z s a) O _c Q }' o2S N CO ,} N a) O Q N a) cE � s E O a + 4-1 co CC O a) +� I L z N } co a) ) L 4— a) a 0_ COcO CD UUj — O > N a) N a) ZCD N a) U a) d z Q Z3 � s U p 0 CO O O_ a O i N D p = C) ( J U - J — \ L Q N II i — Y N :^ U _I 0_ be .O Atsa E z O s O O 'i V) O a a) 1O , 03 _CZ m I— > U m O CC } } a a —, u U W H O O. U C U i i 4-1a 04-1 V) C s a) z CC a) O L W a-' O E N — z E >. ate, i a (� U COCC �(E z Q .0 O ate-+ Q O N L a) C N N OO a) }, N L CO D 1-1 V Q J LL YQ .a a) } } a X v IS 0 O a) s a) _ CO imn ww OC C O u (usco a NU .1 > cB > = (.9 vv) ci LE z E C 4-1 C (n (n Q CO CO > CO a) — >, CO C cE cE co .S-03 z W CC CC r U BUDGET — Currently Budgeted Expenses & Additional Budget Needs Expense Description Current 2021 Budget Added 2021 Cost Salaries and benefits for Recreation Staff Permanent Staffing for Beyond the Bell and Kissel Summer $132,758.78 Playground Program Salaries and benefits for Recreation Temporary Staffing $189,897.58 Temporary Staff Temporary Staffing Salaries and benefits for Custodian $9,340.00 Pacific Power, Cascade Natural Gas, Utilities $19,828.00 Water, Sewer and Garbage R&M Contractors Building Maintenance $10,640.00 Office and Operating Recreation and Program supplies and Supplies office supplies $11,684.00 Second Site Summer Miller Park Summer Playground Program Playground Program for 50 Participants (Staffing, Startup $35,211.00 supplies and equipment) Community Survey Printing, envelops and postage $1,000.00 13 BUDGET — Currently Budgeted Revenue & Additional Projected Revenue Revenue Description Current 2021 Budget Added 2021 Revenue Grant CACFP Grant via SPI $11,000.00 Criminal Justice Special Grant $23,830.00 Programs Beyond the Bell and Registration Fees Kissel Summer $55,000.00 Playground Program CDBG Funding - R&M Contractors - Building Maintenance and Grant $95,000.00 Operations — ($75,000 currently allocated to YPAL) Second Site for Miller Registration Fees Park Summer Playground $3,000.00 Program 14 YOUTH PROGRAMS Beyond the Bell Beyond the Bell is a program for school-aged kids that allows stimulating ,g, constructive and fun things to do.them to explore7. �'' The program is dedicated to providing affordable, convenient, '� high-quality out of school time programs with well supervised .M •........... .• '••: . • and enjoyable activities to ensure positive development. "�• ': Yakima Parks & Recreation offers quality after school and ' =`=- .v'�,. .:' . �z.• summer programming concurrent with Yakima , :... . '^-M.. . :: I Beyond The Bell After School Program Ilk "' Y ' ' ' .... ..... .... Monday through Fridays • 3:00 Pm — 6:00 Pm � ` x "'`"- 40 Weeks — Coincides with YSD School Calendar • 15 :. y- YOUTH PROGRAMS ' ' Youth Sports Programs ..:: (4. . ; .A . A wide variety of sports programming has been offered • • 4 :).- " ...:• bythe Yakima Parks & Recreation Division. Below is a list '�. ..... = '� .,;, of youth sports programs that can be offered in Miller Park. :.. .. "' t:teq" '' :. ..... • Soccer Clinics • Futsal or Mini Soccer utilizing a basketball court leagues, clinic, tournaments ; ; • ..:.<� •• The First Tee ofr.:Yakima .. : ; j* • Soccer Tennis . * ■ Basketball x: • Pickleballiiji : . • Field Hockey , .. -* ., a . . : .: :.: : u - 'Ai': f • Volleyball „. , .. 16 YOUTH PROGRAMS i, rwii, ,, Potential Youth Activities & Programs A wide variety of programs are available for programmig n ,:. : ;` within the center. Every effort will be made to utilize bilingual ',, , ,:.: ..,..:., . staff for programming. y =w ......:. ......::. ... .: : x: :.:::r::::::m... ..... • Homework Assistance • Computer Lab • Movie Night , ;�..;. • Preschool Tap & Ballet . . • Preschool Gymnastics : .r ■ Beginning Dance Hip Hop is , :.. e+ �. ^ .. • Preschool Art ;;- - • Preschool Playtime ';::: _ , .. °d.M::.: . ■ Kidz Kitchenis ?.:. . • Cheerleading Camp 4. j•' • Beyond the Bell `"°`" A . . • Open Gym • Open Game Room 17 lia OTHER POTENTIAL PROGRAMS ;..: Senior Programs • ■ Zumba Gold • Fitness Forever ii • ■ Tap & Line Dancing • Ballroom Dancing ■ Salsa Dancing • Senior Lunch wn; .. 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