El Dorado Hills Executive Golf Course
El Dorado Hills Old Executive Golf Course Property Vision Version 3 An El Dorado County Recreational Diamond in the RoughBased Upon Previous Planning Documents and Current Input From The CommunityEl Dorado Hills Community Services Department (EDHCSD) Survey Community Economic Development Advisory Committee (CEDAC) SurveyEl Dorado Hills Community Services Department (EDHCSD) Survey May 8, 2014Objectives: Evaluate registered voters and property owners support and priorities regarding acquisition of the Former Executive Golf CourseMeasure the level of support for a local funding measure to acquire the Former Executive Golf Course and preserve as open space or develop into a community parkResults:The survey found sufficient support within the community to move forward with a ballot measure at the rate of $68 per parcel.Continue to focus efforts on top priorities of your community: Preserving open spaceImprove going forward as funds become available and community needs are further identifiedSlow down developmentReduce TrafficContinue to communicate the Districts strong accountability and oversight of funds.Build a coalition of supporters, to include business and apartment owners, elected officials, community/student leaders and other stakeholders.Parcel Tax Election is currently the best option.
Community Economic Development Advisory Committee (CEDAC) Survey, January 21, 2014
Objective:To better understand the EDH community members view as priorities.Results:High density housing is not favorable, but also do not want sprawlDesire for more commercial in appropriate areasEnjoy open spaceIncrease quality jobs and industryRoad improvements as new development goes in; be mindful of pedestrian and bike accessSupport for pedestrian and bike trail systemCommunity sports complex!
Vision GoalsInformExciteStimulate ImaginationGet the Community InvolvedProvide Negotiating PointsProvide Starting Point for Moving Forward
Imagine The PossibilitiesTo Make the Fiber of Our Community StrongerPart OneEl Dorado Hills Community Needs and RequirementsVolleyballWalking trailsBocce BallBasketballOlympic Swimming CenterLighted FieldsConcessions and RestroomsSoftballBaseballSoccerLacrosseFootballTrack TennisBadminton
Sports Fields in our Own Back Yard!Having these sports facilities available in the center of our community will be a great asset to our aspiring Olympians. No more travel to other communities to practice our sport of choice.
This will give our young athletes what they need to achieve greatness. Our seniors will also be able to take advantage of their favorite team sports right in our backyard. This is what our community has been waiting for!Conference RoomsGame RoomsExercise RoomsSports Equipment RoomsParty RoomsCivic Event SpacesSenior Activities and SportsSeniors are a growing part of our community. By combining the amenities of seniors in this vision, there are many benefits to be derived and avoid duplications of effort now in the works. A current plan Note 1 for a Senior Center include:A complex with plans to include a pool, tennis court and community room accommodating 500 to 600 people with the option to partition the space into smaller rooms.Physical therapy poolExercise roomClassrooms for cards, crafts, etc. By having an overarching vision and looking at the existing Senior Center located at 990 Lassen Lane and the existing CSD facilities at 1021 Harvard Way, many opportunities exist to satisfy the needs of Seniors as well as the rest of the community.Note 1 Excerpted from Mountain Democrat, Sept 7, 2015, Parker, January join forces on new EDH senior centerCenters for Performing ArtsAmphitheaterIndoor Performing Arts CenterAt this point there are no unreasonable ideasSome ExamplesDriving RangeFuture Farmers of America for all ages Water ski park by zip line Batting cagesClosed mountain bike courseHorse Boarding Horse Arena for clinics Disc GolfPickleballSmaller patio style homes..Added Disc Golf and PickleballConceptual RenderingsConceptual El Dorado Hills Events Center
The contemporary ballroom of the El Dorado Hills Events Center is 4,500 square feet of high ceilings, distinctive windows and award-winning architecture which blends well with the El Dorado Hills architecture style. The 1,500 square foot stage adjoins the ballroom and is complete with the latest sound and lighting technology.Private meeting areas are created using sound-insulated partitions. With quiet ease, the ballroom becomes three distinct rooms with individual sound systems and lighting controls. These features, combined with the fully equipped professional kitchen, executive boardroom, and tastefully decorated lobby, make for a totally versatile, full-service facility.The Events Center has all the amenities necessary to assist with your event, including audio visual equipment, copiers, high-speed Internet access, teleconference equipment, computers, LCD projectors and more.Portable platforms or the beautiful oak dance floor can be placed anywhere in the ballroom, sized to fit your needs. Whether its a party, reception, meeting or show the El Dorado Hills Events Center is the perfect setting.
Conceptual El Dorado Hills Events Center AmenitiesConceptual El Dorado Hills Events Center Floor Plan
This Vision Has County Wide ImpactA rising tide lifts all boats ~ John F. KennedyPart TwoEl Dorado County FocusThe Old Executive Golf Course is Located at the Western tip of El Dorado County and isAn Integral Part of The County.
Proper use of the EDH Old Executive Golf Course Property Can Have A Positive Fiscal Effect On the Whole County
South Lake TahoeThe vision begins by looking at the needs of our EDH residents. Then it looks at how the Old Executive Golf Course property can become an integral part of the rest of the County. The use of this property can have a positive influence on the health and welfare of EDH residents by providing much needed sports and recreational facilities for our children, adults and seniors. Further benefits will be realized by the rest of El Dorado County by bringing in more visitors to participate in the Countys existing recreational activities such as snow skiing, river rafting, hiking, fishing, boating, visiting gold country, and visiting wine country to name a few.
Wine CountryGold CountrySustained Positive Impact on Local BusinessesSustained Sales Tax Revenue for the CountyWineries within a 30 mile radius.
Restaurants within a 20 mile radius
AccommodationsExamples of Successful Sports Parks.Santa Clara Olympic Swimming ComplexThe George Haines International Swim Center includes three heated outdoor swimming pools. The main pool is 25 yards by 50 meters and can be set up as short course (Twenty-three 25 yard lanes) or long course (Nine 50 meter lanes). There are two 6 lane, 25 yard pools adjacent to the main pool . One of these pools is the diving well and is used for diving and synchronized swimming (home of the Santa Clara Aquamaids). The other 25 yard pool is a 3 1/2 foot deep pool where swim lessons are taught year round.
There is a large covered bleacher space that is used to seat 5000 spectators and participants. Parking is limited at the International Swim Center, especially during swim meets.
Sunset Park, Brentwood CaliforniaSunset Park Athletic Complex is a 37.9 acre sports complex located at 655 Sunset Road. The complex offers six lighted softball/baseball fields that can accommodate base paths of up to 70 feet on four fields, 80 feet on two, and 90 feet on one of the six fields. The ball field all feature spectator bleachers for home and visitor spectators. Play and grass areas are available, as well as, a two restrooms, concession buildings, picnic tables and barbeques. Four lighted soccer fields are available in a variety of configurations with the largest size at 70 yards by 110 yards.
3Full Sized all weather SOFTBALL/BASEBALL diamonds,each diamond can accommodate 2 SOCCER fields
1 Smaller all weather SOFTBALL diamond andcan accommodate 1 SOCCER field
1 all weather SOCCER only fieldOther Notes Fences and bases are adjustable All fields are equipped with field "cooling systems" on and off of the fields The tri-plex fields and soccer only fields have shaded spectator seating All fields are lighted Restrooms are located at the tri-plex fields Adjacent to Woodland Community & Senior Center Dog Park onsite
Woodland Sports ParkSwim Meet ScenarioThe old Executive Golf Course site, known as EDH Central Park, is now a world class recreational facility.
The Olympic sized pool and training facility, now located at the EDH Central Park, is holding a swim meet hosting many northern California communities. This is a three day event and over 400 people are expected to attend. While here, participants will visit local restaurants and shops in Town Center and Raleys shopping center and stay in available hotel space in El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park and Placerville. There will be plenty of parking in the onsite two acre tree lined parking facility. Access to the facility will be off Highway 50 at the Silva Valley Interchange. From there, take the new frontage road which will take you directly to the facility while not interfering with the normal flow of traffic on El Dorado Hills Boulevard.Many visitors have planned ahead and will arrive a few days early or leave a few days after the event and visit local wineries, gold rush towns and Old Town Placerville to name a few. During the day, off hours can be spent walking the beautiful trails in EDH Central Park or relax with a slow game of Bocce Ball. Economic Benefits of the 3 Day EventLocal sales tax - $7,800Parking fees - $1000 Event fees - $2500Additional $107,500 boost for the local economy for the three day ev