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1 DALE CITY TLC SAFETY AND CONNECTIVITY IN A PLANNED COMMUNITY PROJECT KICKOFF MEETING MARCH 7, 2016

2 AGENDA 1. Introductions 2. Project Overview 3. Discussion 4. Site Visit PROJECT KICKOFF MEETING MARCH 7, 2016

3 TODAY S ACTIVITIES 9:00-10:00 AM 10:00-12:00 PM 12:00-1:00 PM 1:00-3:00 PM 3:00-4:00 PM Kick-off Meeting with County Staff Site Tour Lunch Advisory Committee Meeting Design Team Debrief with County staff

4 PROJECT PURPOSE Received planning assistance grant from Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Transportation/Land Use Connections Program (MWCOG TLC) Provide technical assistance to advance recommendations of the AIA Sustainable Design Assessment Team (SDAT) study- Dale City: The Friendliest Greenest Little City Around The MWCOG TLC grant study will focus on the Minnieville Road / Dale Boulevard intersection (1/2 mi. radius of Gerry Ln. & Dale Blvd. intersection) and include: 1. Testing & evaluating AIA SDAT recommendations- assessing the feasibility of opportunities identified in the initial study and creating additional/alternate ideas to consider 2. Mobility improvements, connectivity and safety- including pedestrian, bicycle, and transit facilities 3. Public realm improvements- streetscape, landscape, civic places, gateways and public art 4. Green infrastructure- stormwater management and green connections to the surrounding area 5. Urban design- emphasize integrating the redevelopment framework recommended by the AIA SDAT team

5 PROJECT SCHEDULE Six (6) Month Process Two (2) Advisory Group Meetings One (1) Public Open House Phase I: Project Initiation Project Task Define the Working Group Kickoff Meeting, Walking Tour, and Debrief Session Phase II: Existing Conditions Assessment Existing Conditions Assessment Feasibility Testing of AIA SDAT Phase III: Preliminary and Refined Concepts Charrette with Advisory Group Refined Concept Public Open House Phase IV: Draft and Final Technical Memorandum Draft Technical Memorandum Final Technical Memorandum 2016 Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Kick Off Meeting / Site Tour & Stakeholder Focus Group Sessions in Prince William County Charrette with Advisory Group Public Open House

6 COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT ADVISORY GROUP Community Representatives/Stakeholders Two (2) Meetings 1. Kickoff meeting / site tour 2. Charrette (present analysis findings, share design options, & advance preferred concepts) PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE Review project process to-date Present & receive feedback on preferred design concept ADVISORY GROUP MEMBERS: Honorable John D. Jenkins, Neabsco District Supervisor Bruce Holley, Neabsco Planning Commissioner Don Taylor, Planning Commissioner At-Large Trails and Blueways Council Dale City Civic Association The Hylton Group Prince William Chamber of Commerce Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Virginia Department of Transportation Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission Prince William County Planning Office Prince William County Department of Transportation Prince William County Parks & Recreation Prince William County Department of Economic Development Prince William County Department of Development Services

7 EXISTING CONDITIONS & AIA SDAT RECOMMENDATIONS PROJECT KICKOFF MEETING MARCH 7, 2016

8 EXISTING CONDITIONS THE STUDY AREA IS CHARACTERIZED BY: Auto-centric commercial strip development Large setbacks, wide frontages Lacks a sense of place, identifiable centers, and both physical and psychological community focal points Heavy traffic Inadequate pedestrian crossings at intersections Little to no facilities for cyclists Natural Amenities (Neabsco Creek and other resources are an amenity) 610 DALE BLVD MINNIEVILLE RD

9 EXISTING CONDITIONS DALE BOULEVARD AT MINNIEVILLE RD. Main Boulevard serving the residential community 108 ft. right-ofway Lacks adequate bicycle facilities & pedestrian amenities Typical Cross Section Intersection Approach PROJECT KICKOFF MEETING MARCH 7, 2016

10 AIA SDAT RECOMMENDATIONS DALE CITY: THE FRIENDLIEST GREENEST LITTLE CITY AROUND SDAT REPORT Heart of Dale City: Two Centers Dale Boulevard is a major connection between Streets at Minnieville & Dale and Mapledale Plaza Emphasize Neabsco Greenway

11 AIA SDAT RECOMMENDATIONS STREETS AT MINNIEVILLE + DALE CONCEPT: MARKET POTENTIAL The Dale City Market Need for senior housing is increasing Need for multifamily is increasing Likely future need infill/turnover in existing single family market National Trends Walkable, bikeable neighborhood streets Amenities, live close to work Smaller houses or units at lower costs Urban street environment Access to transit, nature, recreation Sense of community PROJECT KICKOFF MEETING MARCH 7, 2016

12 AIA SDAT RECOMMENDATIONS STREETS AT MINNIEVILLE + DALE CONCEPT Retrofit the study area with a gridded street network- park once and walk Make Dale Blvd a complete street to better accommodate buses, bicyclists and walkers Support a greater mix of land uses including new shops and small restaurants Build on the activity generated by the existing park and ride lot and weekend farmers market Improve the public realm. Create a network of small civic plazas connected by pedestrian paths, treelined streets, sidewalks, outdoor seating, and on-street parking. PROJECT KICKOFF MEETING MARCH 7, 2016

13 AIA SDAT RECOMMENDATIONS MAKE DALE BOULEVARD A COMPLETE STREET Accommodate multimodal access including pedestrian, bike, vehicle, and transit access

14 DISCUSSION & SITE VISIT PROJECT KICKOFF MEETING MARCH 7, 2016

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