Here is the list of the 11 planned projects totaling $59 million that will proceed if proposition A is approved. Another $31 million will be for maintenance of existing facilities:
1. Knudsen Nature Park, $2.7 million, in Holladay, would provide a playground, lawn, fishing pond, wildlife education center, amphitheater, water mill education center, entrance monument and signage, trails, trailhead with transit kiosk, water access, restroom, covered bridges, bicycle racks, parking and restore 475 feet of Big Cottonwood Creek.
2. Pioneer Crossing Park, $3 million, in West Valley City, would provide open space, trails, boardwalks, picnic areas, historical education areas, natural amphitheater, restrooms, small group pavilion, urban camping area and canoe launch.
3. Magna Regional Park, $11.2 million, in Magna, would provide multiuse sports fields; destination playground including water play, outdoor basketball court, tennis courts; paved perimeter trail; group picnic pavilions; restrooms; skate spots; open lawn areas; and neighborhood access points.
4. Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center, $2.4 million, in Cottonwood Heights, would improve pool, including making the outdoor diving pool ADA accessible; replacing diving tower with new structure; remodeling locker rooms to include family and individual locker rooms.
5. Wheeler Farm Outdoor Education Center, $2.75 million, in Murray, would create a 150-person classroom, greenhouse, demonstration kitchen, offices, storage, and restrooms. Located on the Wheeler Historic Farm property, it would be a year-round learning center.
6. Welby Regional Park, $12 million, in South Jordan. Would develop the first phase of a park development on 10200 South encompassing approximately 47 acres; would include four or five lighted multipurpose sports fields for soccer, lacrosse, rugby, field hockey and football; destination playground; restrooms; group picnic shelters; and walking paths.
7. Jordan River Water Trail, $2.1 million, in Salt Lake County, would install a series of formal boat access points at strategic locations throughout Salt Lake County’s section of the Jordan River, beginning the implementation of the Jordan River Water Trail.
8. White City/Sandy Trail, $1.65 million, in White City, would provide a paved pedestrian and bike trail along an abandoned canal in White City beginning at 9400 South and running south to Dimple Dell Regional Park, where it would connect to the Sandy Canal Trail and other regional trails including:Dimple Dell, Jordan River and Porter Rockwell.
9. Draper City Recreation Center, $19.5 million, in Draper, would provide a 35,910-square-foot recreation center providing a competition lap pool, leisure pool with water slide and play amenities, a party room, child care, two dance/multiuse rooms, fitness area, trails, open space, picnic pavilion, expanded parking, restrooms, playground and space for a future gymnasium.
10. Multiuse Outdoor Sports Courts, $25,000, in Salt Lake City, would provide two outdoor multiuse sports courts with lights and a storage facility for bikes and equipment.
11. Oak Hills Tennis Center, $1.75 million, in Salt Lake City, along the fifth hole of Salt Lake City’s Bonneville Golf Course. Would renovate existing tennis facility clubhouse building owned by Salt Lake City and operated by a private concessionaire. Clubhouse would contain locker rooms as well as meeting, retail and office space. Clubhouse to be fully ADA accessible.
Maintenance & Improvement Projects include, among others, repairing, updating or replacing many amenities at the following locations:
- Dimple Dell Regional Park — North Rim Trail phase 1.
- Equestrian Park — maintenance and improvement projects.
- Mick Riley Golf Course — replace clubhouse, renovate irrigation.
- Mountain Trails — maintenance and improvement projects.
- Oquirrh Park — pavilion, playground, restroom, open lawn area.
- Salt Lake County Parks — Complete final phase of central irrigation system.
- Southridge Park — Irrigation renovation, replace tennis courts, build pump track.
- Sugarhouse Park — Dredge pond. Universally Accessible Playgrounds — new playgrounds throughout county.
Source: Salt Lake County.