On Friday May 15, 2020 BPCA published to all of BPCA a survey regarding the Meadows Course and its potential reuse. These are the INTERIM results after receiving 429 responses. Those 429 response all came from the on-line survey and they represent only 27% of the 1,550+/- households in Bay Point. A paper copy of the survey can be obtained at both the BPCA Office and the Post Office. The paper surveys can be returned to either the BPCA Office or the Post Office. Your participation is encouraged.
These two graphs depict the responses about building properties on the course and whether or not BPCA should buy the golf courses.
Respondents are not inclined to build residences on the Meadows. Only 34 respondents (8%) oppose buying the golf courses. Of the 395 responses favoring buying the golf courses 204 are favor but with reservations (49%) to buy the courses and 191 respondents (46%) chose to buy the golf courses without reservations.
This graph represents the preferred use of the Meadows course if it is acquired by the community. The three uses selected most often by those surveyed include a) “repair and reopen the course as it was” at 208 responses; b) “build a community center” at 197 responses and c) “create park and green space” at 156 selections.
This final graph represents the preferred amenities if a community center is added to the property. The four most popular amenities selected by respondents are 1) “clubhouse” at 67% selected; 2) “pool” at 58% selected; 3) “walking trails” at 50% selected and 4) “event space with kitchen facility” at slightly under 50%. In response to this question there were three other categories that polled over 170 selections (40% of responses): a) “workout room” – 184 responses; b) “dog park” – 176 responses and c) “concert area” – 174 responses.