Proposed Expansion Plans

Rendering of proposed rec center. Brick building with angled roof line.

The District is in the process of gathering data from surveys and putting together a new plan to bring the public what they want to see in a new, second parks and recreation facility. 

Timeline

  • January 4, 2022 – CVPRD selected FCI Constructors, Inc. and Barker Rinker Seakcat as the design-build team
  • March 4, 2022 – Deadline for bond language and election certification
  • April 11 - 18, 2022 – Ballots mailed to CVPRD residents
  • May 3, 2022 – final day for drop-off ballots 

Facts

  • The current rec center in Frederick will remain open  
    • The debt for that facility was paid off early in 2019
  • Current facilities are not large enough to support the community
    • Serviced population has more than tripled since current the facility was built in 1983
  • This is a Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District ballot and funds are ONLY allowed for such services
  • $0 increase to personal residential water bill
  • The location for new facilities is at Central Park in Firestone near the Carbon Valley Library 
  • $9 per month property tax increase for a home valued at $500,000
  • District residents will have low user fees than non-District residents 
  • Mill tax will decrease when facilities are paid off
  • Tax relief for seniors who apply for the Senior Property Tax Exemption
  • Voters who want a new facility must get out in vote in the spring election (election day is May 3, 2022)

More information coming soon.