Create a naming policy for City assets (facilities, parks, streets)
1. Develop a naming policy for City Council consideration for street names, honorary street names, facilities, parks, streets, trails, and other City assets | City Manager’s Office | Start FY 2021 Q2 | Complete FY 2021 Q4
2. Identify opportunities for corporate sponsorships on certain City facilities | City Manager’s Office | Start FY 20201 Q2 | Complete FY 2021 Q4
3rd Quarter Update July 2021
The Facility Naming Policy was adopted by the City Council by Resolution in Q2. In May, the City Manager's Office received two renaming applications; one to rename Meadow Creek Park to Curtistene S. McCowan Park, and the second to rename the Windmill Hill Nature Preserve to the Paul Dryer Nature Preserve. Staff is still working to identify opportunities for corporate sponsorships on City facilities.
2nd Quarter Update April 2021
The Facility Naming Policy was adopted by City Council in Q2 by Resolution. The Facility Naming Policy, the accompanying application, and a sample petition have been placed on the City’s website along with instructions on how to submit the application. The information can be accessed from the City Council’s page, the City Manager’s page, or Development Services’ page.