PUMP TRACK PLANS!!!
San Mateo County Parks and Recs Director, Nick Calderon, is keeping his promise, even in the face of pandemics and fires.
Chris Johnson, ex-Midcoast Community Counsel (MCC), will present the latest Quarry Park Pump Track Plans, tonight at 7:00pm. These are preliminary plans.
MCC Agenda for 8/26/2020 @ 7:00pm
MCC Regular Meeting Agenda for August 26, 2020. — The meeting will be conducted remotely as a telephone and video conference via Zoom. There will be no public meeting room for the meeting. Instructions for accessing the meeting and for making comments are available at the top of the agenda.
Supporting material: Draft Minutes for August 12, 2020
Connect the Coastside Information and Public Comment:
Response to May/June virtual meeting inquiries
Construction April – June 2021
Full Quarry Park Pump Track Presentation2020-08-19_Pump Track_Focus Group Presentation
Meeting Notes from Park Architect Gates and Associates 8/19/20202020-08-26_Pump Track_Gates Focus Meeting Notes (1)
- Nicholas Calderon, County
- Scott Lombardi, County
- Barbara Dye, GCSD
- Ric Baker, GCSD Parks and Pump Track, and Coastside Mountian Bikers
- Chris Johnson, ex-MCC and County Dog Park Committee
- Paul Koelsch, GCSD Parks and Pump Track
- Susannah Cantrell, GCSD Parks and Pump Track
- Adrianno Iggy, pump track expert/designer
- Tony Pereira, pump track expert/designer
- Yayo, pump track expert/designer
- Andres Raygada, pump track expert/designer
- Linda Gates, architect
General Comments –
County must emphasize in any community meeting or communication that the pump track use, general locations and maximum 1 AC size has already been determined, and that it is a design meeting and not a space usage meeting. Community input is only focused on the design characteristics of the pump track. Graphic needs to show more accurately general size and location. A setback buffer will be provided between track and existing eucalyptus trees to minimize damage to the track and safety concerns with falling debris.
- County and designer need to be on the same page before showing any options to the public.
- Project is supported by GCSD, although formal funding agreement not complete.
Coastside Mountain Bike has raised funds for the project.
- Picnic table spacing should reflect social distancing concerns.
- Avoid week of Sept 24 for community meeting; conflict with another meeting.
- The pump track designer will collaborate with the focus group to develop one single preferred concept plan with skills feature options for community comment (not 3 alternatives)
- Preferred option features:
- Seamlessly integrate 3 areas for multiple continuous loop experience
- Provide variety of challenges and experience; balance safety and challenge
- This is not a jump track, careful design of “table tops”
- Potential trail skill features should be on optional routes. Perimeter trail should provide access for non-skilled riders.
- Like bridge, not logs.
- Provide a flow course that can be accessible by all skill levels
- Integrate beginner, intermediate, and advanced terrain with “informal” barrier/ separation
- Universal terrain
- Interior + exterior integration
- Tracks should offer a variety of lines; must be rideable from any direction
- “want to be able to loop around in a million different ways”
- Ability to link lines
- Allow space for entry level riders to feel safe, but do not make beginner track completely separated from the other lanes
- Slow speed terrain (skills course) along perimeter
- Allow access to middle space
- Skills course: more features the better
- Different features will diversify the use and promote more access
- Keep space around the technical terrain for those who want to bypass
- Work closely with bike community to learn favorable terrain during process
Construction April – June 2021
Midcoast Community Council Meeting ~ 2nd & 4th Wed. of Month at 7:00 PM
Wed August 26 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Thanks to exMCC’s Lisa Ketcham for an incredibly well curated website archive on local planning issues.
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