We will develop larger multi-generational community/recreation centers with good access to replace the current model of smaller centers in community parks. The community survey demonstrated a strong demand for indoor facilities that emphasize health and wellness, as well as other activities. Until now, the city has employed a model of many small, dispersed centers within community parks. Nationally, these older centers are being replaced by larger, better-equipped multi-generational facilities that offer more variety and quality of programming. These centers combine aquatics centers, adult and senior wellness, health and fitness, and even special event facilities in one package. Where feasible, the transition should make maximum use of existing investments. Sites for facilities should put a very high emphasis on multi-modal access, including pedestrian connections, on-street bicycle routes, multi-purpose trails, and frequent transit service.