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Yacht Club Community Park

May 22, 2024 - Update (Shared during Committee of the Whole Meeting) 

Yacht Club Update - 5.22.24

May 8, 2024 - Update
(Shared during Regular City Council Meeting)
Two options regarding reuse of the existing piles from the Yacht Club Pier, which was severely damaged during Hurricane Ian, were presented to the Council. After the presentation, the majority of the Council agreed that removing the existing piles to allow the new pier to be raised was the best option. The council also discussed the possibility of a temporary, shorter pier for the community. 

--> See Yacht Club Fishing Pier Reconstruction Presentation from 5.8.24 Council Meeting


Public meetings to share details about the redesign of the Yacht Club were held on April 2, 2024, and May 7, 2024.
Each public meeting included a presentation and a breakout to stations for individual Q&A. 

April 24, 2024 - Update
(Shared during Committee of the Whole Meeting) 
The project design firm presented updates to the Master Plan based on feedback received by the City Council in March. In addition, they presented an animated video simulating what the Yacht Club will look like when construction is complete. Click the links below to view the presentation and animated video.

--> See Yacht Club Master Plan Update from 4.24.24 COW Meeting

Pages from Yacht Club Master Plan Update - 4.24.24 cover

--> Watch Animated Simulation Video of the Proposed Yacht Club

April 10, 2024 - Update

Demolition kicked off at the Yacht Club Community Park facilities damaged by Hurricane Ian. The process began with the Tony Rotino Center. See a couple of images below and stay tuned to the City's social media channels for updates on the demolition and construction of the new Yacht Club facilities.  Demolition is expected to be completed by the end of May.

Rotino center demolition  Rotino center demo aerial - Copy

Looking for more information? 
--> View the Yacht Club Project History (before April 2024) and Archived Presentations.