McKay Lake Park and Open Lands Master Plan Public Involvement

To Date:

March 20, 2014 - Broomfield staff and consultants hosted a public open house on the Phase 1 Master Plan. View comments from the open house.

April 24, 2014 - OSTAC hosted a public meeting to review the Phase 1 Master Plan. Read the meeting minutes.

May 7, 2014 - PRAC hosted a public meeting to review the project. Read the meeting minutes.

September 25, 2014 - OSTAC and PRAC conducted a joint meeting to review the proposed project. Read the meeting minutes.

October 22 and 27, 2015 - Broomfield staff met with Root House, LLC and several subject matter experts in the bike park, adaptive sports, fitness and play industries to discuss schematic and conceptual design of features to be included in the Phase 1 Plan. Members of PRAC, OSTAC, and local community members with expertise in these areas were also invited to share their personal experiences, ideas, and comments.

Monday, Nov. 9 and 13, 2015, at Paul Derda Recreation Center
On Nov. 9, Broomfield staff and Root House, LLC hosted a public open house for all ages to preview and vote for their favorite bike park, adventure play, and nature fitness amenities. Voting was also available to youth attending Kids Night Out on Friday, Nov. 13. Over 700 votes were gathered at the two events.

An online survey was available in fall 2015 for citizens to provide comments on the Phase 1 proposed features. View the survey results.

Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, 6 p.m., George Di Ciero City and County Building, City Council Chambers
The Parks and Recreation and Open Space and Trails Advisory Committees met to review and discuss the McKay/Lambertson Open Lands Phase 1 park design. Results from the November 9 and 13 public engagement and online survey were also presented. Representatives from Root House Studio, LLC presented the plan vision to create something truly unique that will encourage people to be active outdoors. The park design reflects the four major regional landscapes of Colorado; the plains, riparian, foothills, and Rocky Mountains, and will use natural materials to create unique spaces for every type of outdoor activity and play. Committee members and the public provided valuable comments about the plan. View the Root House, LLC presentation.

June 22, 2016 - Public Open House to review the proposed Phase 1 Design