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1 COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, May 23, :00 AM Council Chambers Municipal Hall, Henry Ave. Summerland, BC Page 1. Call to Order 2. Adoption of Agenda 2.1 Adopt Agenda 3. Delegations Recommendation: THAT the May 23, 2017 Committee of the Whole agenda be adopted/amended The Trail of the Okanagans Society Recommendation: That Council pass the following resolution: THAT the presentation from The Trail of the Okanagans Society regarding Wayfinding be received for information Giants Head Trail Master Plan Recommendation: That Council pass the following resolution: THAT the presentation from Bench Site Design regarding the Giants Head Trail Master Plan be received for information. 4. Unfinished Business 5. New Business 6. Adjourn 6.1 Adjourn Recommendation: THAT the May 23, 2017 Committee of the Whole meeting be adjourned. Page 1 of 21

2 THE CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT OF SUMMERLAND DELEGATION DATE: May 10, 2017 TO: Linda Tynan, Chief Administrative Officer FROM: Tricia Mayea, Manager of Legislative Services SUBJECT: The Trail of the Okanagans Society Wayfinding project STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That Council pass the following resolution: THAT the presentation from The Trail of the Okanagans Society regarding Wayfinding be received for information. BACKGROUND and DISCUSSION: Henry Sielmann from The Trail of the Okanagans Society will be introducing a wayfinding project they are working on. They have partnered with the RDOS, the Summerland Chamber of Commerce and the Thompson-Okanagan Tourist Association to launch a pilot project in Summerland for an innovative way of connecting major hiking/cycling trail heads with the downtown. OPTIONS: 1. Move the motion as recommended by staff. 2. Refer back to staff for other options. Respectfully Submitted Approved for Agenda Tricia Mayea Manager of Legislative Services Linda Tynan, CAO 3.1 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Page 2 of 21

3 3.1 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Page 3 of 21 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Way-Finding Infrastructure A presentation to the Summerland COW May 23, 2017

4 3.1 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Page 4 of 21 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Advocating for a continuous cycling and hiking trail connecting communities from Osoyoos to Sicamous. Merged with the Summerland TCT Society in Opening of Lakeside Trail Phase I Exhibit Plants along our trails

5 3.1 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Page 5 of 21 The Okanagan-Shuswap Trail Corridor Summerland

6 3.1 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Page 6 of 21 Introducing our Way-Finding Project Located at the intersection of the TCT and the Trail of the Okanagans, Summerland has the potential to become a major cycling hub. Unfortunately cyclists cannot find their way to trailheads, businesses and facilities. We have formed a working group with TOTA, RDOS and the Summerland Chamber to define, procure and implement a cyclist way-finding infrastructure comprising markers (electronic beacons and/or signs) at a downtown location and at major trail heads. An interesting pilot for the TOTA region that helps promote Summerland as a cycling destination.

7 3.1 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Page 7 of 21 Major Trail Heads in Summerland

8 3.1 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Page 8 of 21 Downtown Hub Map and beacon at Library or Memorial Park Same map as for Lakeside Trail. TofO provides sign, Districts provides frame and installation.

9 3.1 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Page 9 of 21 Trail Heads and Info Kiosks Beacons send information to smart phones Markers inform the user of the installed beacon and how to access it.

10 3.1 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Page 10 of 21 Two phases: Phase 1 this year: install map, markers and beacons. Provide basic way-finding functionality. Phase 2 next year: develop smart phone app under TOTA s leadership and regional funding. Consistent design across TOTA territory Information about trails, history, geography Opportunity for commercial use (wineries etc.) Note: Peachland Chamber will purchase beacons this year and make them available to interested businesses.

11 3.1 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Page 11 of 21 Our request for today: Help find and prepare the downtown hub location, library preferred. Provide and install frame for map. Provide and install posts for beacons. Name a contact for ongoing coordination with Infrastructure and Downtown Neighbourhood Plans.

12 3.1 The Trail of the Okanagans Society Page 12 of 21 Thank you! Contacts for follow-up Henry Sielmann, TofO Society Christine Petkau, Summerland Chamber Mike Overend, TOTA Reminder: Join us this Sunday for Tea at the Top!

13 THE CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT OF SUMMERLAND DELEGATION DATE: May 15, 2017 TO: Linda Tynan, Chief Administrative Officer FROM: Tricia Mayea, Manager of Legislative Services SUBJECT: Giants Head Mountain Trail Master Plan STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That Council pass the following resolution: THAT the presentation from Bench Site Design regarding the Giant s Head Mountain Trail Master Plan be received for information. BACKGROUND and DISCUSSION: Keith Nyhof from Bench Site Design will be providing Council with an update on the progress of the Giants Head Trail Master Plan. The proposed trail network will include a series of passive walking loops, various hiking trails, mountain bike trail, and identifying and augmenting the Giant s Head Grind trail. The plan will also identify upgrades and improvements to the lookout, parking augmentations, signage and preventative measures for erosion, environmental considerations, decommissioning of trails and protective measures for the mountains natural assets. OPTIONS: 1. Move the motion as recommended by staff. 2. Refer back to staff for other options. Respectfully Submitted Approved for Agenda Tricia Mayea Manager of Legislative Services Linda Tynan, CAO 3.2 Giants Head Trail Master Plan Page 13 of 21

14 3.2 Giants Head Trail Master Plan Page 14 of TRAILS RE-DEVELOPMENT MASTER PLAN

15 3.2 Giants Head Trail Master Plan Page 15 of 21 SITE ANALYSIS GIANT S HEAD MOUNTAIN PARK ACTIVITY NODE IMPORTANT VIEWS EXISTING FEATURE TRAILS ROAD EROSION SENSITIVE ECOSYSTEM CLASSES: SPARSELY VEGETATED/CLIFF GRASSLAND CONIFEROUS WOODLAND Milne Rd. Giant s Head Rd. SITE ANALY GIANT S HEAD MOUN ACTIVITY NODE IMPORTANT VIEW EXISTING FEATU TRAILS ROAD EROSION SENSITIVE ECOSYSTEM C SPARSELY VEGETATED/C GRASSLAND CONIFEROUS WOODLAND

16 3.2 Giants Head Trail Master Plan Page 16 of 21 PROPOSED TRAILS GIANT S HEAD MOUNTAIN PARK NTS EXISTING ROADWAY THE GRIND TRAIL HIKING TRAIL ROAD WALKING ROUTE MOUNTAIN BIKE UP TRACK MOUNTAIN BIKE DOWN TRACK DECOMMISSIONED TRAIL VEHICLE PULL-OFF MOUNTAIN BIKE / PEDESTRIAN PULL-OFF Milne Rd. Giant s Head Rd.

17 3.2 Giants Head Trail Master Plan Page 17 of 21 UPPER CIRCULATION GIANT S HEAD MOUNTAIN PARK NTS ASPHALT ROADWAY THE GRIND TRAIL HIKING TRAIL MOUNTAIN BIKE UP TRACK MOUNTAIN BIKE DOWN TRACK CONNECTING TRAIL VEHICLE TWO-WAY CIRCULATION VEHICLE ONE-WAY CIRCULATION TO PARK ENTRY HIKING PARKING VIEWPOINT PARKING HIKING PARKING MOUNTAIN BIKE PARKING EXISTING WASHROOM BUILDING GIANT S HEAD MOUNTAIN PARK NTS ASPHALT ROADWAY THE GRIND TRAIL HIKING TRAIL MOUNTAIN BIKE UP TRACK MOUNTAIN BIKE DOWN TRACK CONNECTING TRAIL VEHICLE TWO-WAY CIRCULATION VEHICLE ONE-WAY CIRCULATION

18 3.2 Giants Head Trail Master Plan KEY LEGEND 1 PARK ENTRY STRUCTURE 2 PARK ENTRY SIGN & WALL 3 VEHICLE TURN-AROUND 4 VEHICLE GATE 5 SCULPTURE / PUBLIC ART 6 WASHROOM BUILDING W/ BIKE WASH STATION 7 THE GRIND ENTRY WALL 8 VEHICLE YIELD PULL-OFF 9 8 ROAD WALKER / MOUNTAIN BIKE UPTRACK PULL-OFF 10 GABION BASKET RETAINING WALL 11 CONCRETE RETAINING WALL 12 CRIB STAIRS / TIMBER STAIRCASE 13 GRANULAR TRAIL 14 INTERSECTION MARKERS MILNE ROAD NLY 12 VEHICLE O PRECEDENT IMAGES Page 18 of 21 PARK ENTRY STRUCTURE PARK ENTRY SIGN & THE GRIND ENTRY WALL WASHROOM BUILDING W/ BIKE WASH STATION VEHICLE GATE PA R K E N T R A N C E CO N C E P T P L A N GIANTS HEAD MOUNTAIN PARK SUMMERLAND BC ISSUED FOR REVIEW JANUARY 17, 2017 SCALE 1:500

19 3.2 Giants Head Trail Master Plan KEY LEGEND 1 PARKING LOT (12 STALLS) 2 MAIN ROAD (TWO-WAY) 3 PATHWAY FROM OVERFLOW PARKING 4 PATHWAY TO WASHROOMS 5 HIKING TRAIL TO VIEWPOINT 6 THE GRIND TRAIL 7 PARK KIOSK 8 BENCH 9 8 CONCRETE RETAINING WALL 10 GABION BASKET RETAINING WALL 11 GUARDRAIL 12 INTERSECTION MARKERS 13 LOOP ROAD (ONE-WAY) PRECEDENT IMAGES PARKING LOT 12 BOULDERS FOR VEHICLE CONTROL Page 19 of 21 PARK KIOSK U P P E R PA R K I N G CO N C E P T P L A N GIANTS HEAD MOUNTAIN PARK SUMMERLAND BC ISSUED FOR REVIEW JANUARY 17, 2017 SCALE 1:400

20 3.2 Giants Head Trail Master Plan KEY LEGEND 1 THE GRIND TRAIL 2 HIKING TRAIL TO VIEWPOINT 3 VIEWPOINT W/ VIEWTUBE FEATURE 4 BENCH 5 GUARDRAIL 6 ROCK FACE 7 CRIB STAIRS / TIMBER STAIRCASE 8 EXISTING TIME CAPSULE 9 8 EXISTING MONUMENT & FLAGPOLE 10 8 INTERSECTION MARKERS EXISTING FEATURES EXISTING MONUMENT & FLAGPOLE EXISTING VIEWTUBES EXISTING TIME CAPSULE Page 20 of 21 3 PROPOSED VIEWTUBE FEATURE V I E W P O I N T CO N C E P T P L A N GIANTS HEAD MOUNTAIN PARK SUMMERLAND BC ISSUED FOR REVIEW JANUARY 17, 2017 SCALE 1:500

21 3.2 Giants Head Trail Master Plan Page 21 of 21 GABION BASKET RETAINING WALL PARK BENCH PARK SIGNS CONCRETE RETAINING WALL CRIB STAIRS TIMBER STAIRCASE INTERSECTION SIGN GUARDRAIL HANDRAIL GUARDRAIL (TYPE 1) GUARDRAIL (TYPE 2) GUARDRAIL (TYPE 3) PARK CHARACTER IMAGE BOARD GIANTS HEAD MOUNTAIN PARK SUMMERLAND BC ISSUED FOR REVIEW JANUARY 17, 2017

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