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Improvement Plan

A. Capital Improvement Plan (CIP):

The CIP is an official statement of public policy regarding long range physical development in the City. CIP is a multi-year scheduling of major purchases, infrastructure improvements and construction of public facilities. The most common definition includes: “new or expanded physical facilities that are relatively large in size and cost and permanent in nature.” The CIP will be updated annually to add new projects, reevaluate programmed and projected priorities and to incorporate recommendations, taking into account new requirements and available funding. The annual capital programming process provides the following benefits:

  • The CIP serve as a source of information about the city’s physical development and capital expenditures.
  • The CIP allows management staff to plan for future operating requirements to coincide with completed capital projects.
  • The CIP provides mechanism for coordinating among projects with respect to funding location and timing, and ensures that the most crucial projects are developed first.
  • The CIP is a tool for implementing the City’s Comprehensive Plan.
  • The CIP also focus on preserving the investment of the City’s infrastructure, while ensuring the efficient use of public funds.

The features of the CIP include the following information:

  • The description of the project or equipment to be purchased.
  • The justification for the project or equipment to be purchased.
  • Identified funding categories, such as, Unfunded or partially funded or funded.
  • The projects are ranked in order of priority.
  • A timetable for the completion of the project is provided.

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B. McTyre Park Master Plan:

The City of West Park, a relatively young, but thriving, municipality, founded in 2005, has made one of its missions to develop a City with high community involvement with a keen interest in creating playground and recreational facilities for its residents and surrounding communities to enjoy, thus contributing to their maxim as a City of Positive Progression. They have recently been awarded a 'Playful City USA' designation recognizing their efforts in increasing play opportunities for children. In keeping with this commitment, the City has identified the 18.5 acre Mctyre Park to be evaluated for improvements documented in the attached Master Plan report. The park property is located at 3501 SW 56th Avenue, immediately north of Watkins Elementary School; its bounding communities are: City of West Park to the West, Town of Pembroke Park to the east and north. The site now hosts a variety of scheduled sport activities for the City's youth and adult population as well as senior, youth and community programs in its highly used, but gravely undersized community center, located in the NW corner.

The majority of the existing Park is dedicated to open field sports activities and includes 4 outdoor basketball courts, 1 football field, 1 outdoor sand volleyball court; 3 rental pavilions, a covered tot lot and a walking path. It also has a small community center which is highly used by the community, as well as a concessions stand with restrooms and a press box, which are all non-ADA compliant.

The master plan is intended to address the feasibility of introducing an intensive athletic and community environment with various support facilities including expanded surface parking. With these interests in mind, the City has engaged the services of MCHARRYASSOCIATES to develop a coherent and consolidated master plan for their 18.5 acre McTyre Park that could be implemented in phases as funding becomes available. Initially, the planning study focused on broad-brush scope issues which assisted in defining primary site constraints; key among them is adequate parking facilities to match the scale of proposed development as well as designing around the existing WLRN/MDCPS communications towers and related support structures located in the northeast section of the property.

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C. Neighborhood Traffic Calming Study Area “A”:

The City of West Park retained Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. to assess traffic conditions within the neighborhood bounded by SW 56th Avenue to the east, SR 7 (US 441) to the west, Hallandale Beach Boulevard (SR 858) to the north, and NE 215th Street (County Line Rd) to the south. The objective of this study is to determine if improvements are necessary to enhance the quality of life for the residents by managing traffic concerns in a manner to minimize through-traffic intrusion into the residential neighborhood and to maintain vehicle speeds at suitable levels. This report presents input from the residents and the City of West Park staff, field observations, traffic counts, vehicle speed measurements, an analysis of existing traffic conditions, and a conceptual improvement plan.

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D. Neighborhood Traffic Calming Study Area “B”:


The City of West P ark retained Kimley-Horn and Associates,, Inc. to assess traffic conditions within the Carve r Ranches neighborhood generally bounded by SW 38th Avenue to the east, SW 58tth Avenue to the west, Pembroke Road (SR-824) to the north, and Hallandale Beach Boulevard (SR-858) too the south. The objective of this study is to determine if improvements are necessary to enhance the quality of life for the residents by managing traffic concerns in a manner to minimize through-traffic intrusion into the residential neighborhood and to maintain vehicle speeds at suitable levels. This report presents input from the residents and the City of West Park staff, field observations, traffic counts, vehicle speed measurements, an analysis of existing traffic conditions, and a conceptual improvement plan.           
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E. Neighborhood Traffic Calming Study Area “C”:


The City of West Park retained Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. to assess traffic conditions within the neighborhood bounded by SW 32nd Avenue to the east, SW 48th Avenue to the west, Hallandale Beach Boulevard (SR 858) to the north, and NE 215th Street (County Line Rd) to the south. The objective of this study is to determine if improvements are necessary to enhance the quality of life for the residents by managing traffic concerns in a manner to minimize through-traffic intrusion into the residential neighborhood and to maintain vehicle speeds at suitable levels. This report presents input from the residents and the City of West Park staff, field observations, traffic counts, vehicle speed measurements, an analysis of existing traffic conditions, and a conceptual improvement plan.   
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