1 The Auburn Plan Designing the Future of Auburn February 28, 2005
2 Block-by-Block Bicycle Tour Aerial survey Focus Group Meetings September 7 and 8 Design Workshops October 11, 14, and 21 Revitalization Committee Meetings November, December, and January Public Open House February 16
3 The Auburn Plan Contents Public Participation: Goals and Priorities Auburn s Community Character Special Places Connections District Studies Downtown Auburn Courthouse Avenue South Auburn Design Vocabulary Community Linkages
4 Public Participation Focus Group Comments Strategic Issues and Opportunities Downtown & South Auburn (55 comments) Parks & Recreation (49) Public Involvement (45) Development (40) Economic Development (41) School District (27) Transportation (26) Courthouse Avenue (24) Wayfinding and Marketing (23) Population (22) Housing (12) Fine Arts (8) Round table discussions with over 54 residents Surrounding Area (6) Roughly 16 hours of discussion September 7-8
5 Public Participation Focus Group Comments Downtown and South Auburn Businesses need to market collaboratively Boarded windows look bad Buildings need renovations Create an Old Market or Haymarket character Parks and Recreation Develop a trail system Continue to enhance existing excellent recreation features, including Rotary Lake, Recreation Complex, and Legion Memorial Park. Public Involvement Perception that the City and County governments should work more closely. Volunteer groups should increase cooperation..
6 Design Workshops Public Participation
7 Auburn s Community Character Public Participation Community Character District Studies Design Vocabulary Community Linkages
8 Community Character Development Character Highways 75 Highway 136 Missouri Pacific Railroad Little Nemaha River Calvert & Sheridan Highway Mixed Use Business Clusters Public Residential Developing Areas The Big Picture
9 Community Character Pathways & Nodes Highways 75 (J Street) Highway 136 (Central Ave) Courthouse Avenue 19 th Street Major nodes - J & 6 th Streets - J & 19 th Streets - J & Central Avenue - J & 14 th Streets - J & 23 rd Streets - Central Ave & P Street The Big Picture
10 Community Character Activity Centers Downtown Auburn South Auburn (Courthouse) Crestview Recreation Complex Legion Memorial Park Fairgrounds/Rotary Lake High School Hospital The Big Picture
11 Community Systems Historic Significance Source: Nemaha County: Nebraska Historic Buildings Survey, Nebraska State Historical Society, August 2004 Nemaha County Blue - National Registered or Eligible Orange - Contributing Downtown is eligible as a historic district. South Auburn is NOT eligible as a historic district based on a NSHS study prepared in 2004 (pg 31). We respectfully disagree. The Big Picture
12 Downtown Auburn Public Participation Community Character District Studies Design Vocabulary Community Linkages
13 Downtown Auburn Land Use Looking South
14 Downtown Auburn Development Concept
15 Downtown Auburn Development Concept Opportunity for new mixed use multi-story building. Replace windows Upper-story canopies New Awnings Improved Signage Redesigned parking lots Preserve special or historic signs. New construction opportunity.
16 Downtown Auburn Development Concept New Residential Construction overlooking Legion Memorial Park. Units could be townhouses, condominium or rental apartments, or senior living. Possible underground parking. Redesigned Parking Lot Mid-Block Crossing and Pedestrian alleyway Improve building facades w/ awnings, improved signage, and window treatments. Install appropriate windows in upper-story windows. Install wayfinding signage to parking areas
17 Brick accents along sidewalk. Enhanced crosswalks. Enhanced corner nodes. Placement of sidewalk accents should be sensitive to truck traffic. Install markers along sidewalk, describing local history, people and events of Auburn
18 Downtown Auburn Parking
19 Courthouse Avenue Public Participation Community Character District Studies Design Vocabulary Community Linkages
20 Highway 75 COURTHOUSE AVENUE
21 Street lighting Auto Dealership Building Stock
22 Beginning of Brick Pavers Historic Post Office
23 Some tree coverage Undefined parking Overhead Wires Nice clean edge between brick and curb Road in good condition nearly 100 years old
24 3 streets intersecting each other, creating awkward crossings Concrete open space in front of Church of Christ
25 Possible better utilization of triangle Brick street acts as a natural traffic calmer
26 Landmark terminus comes into view Space bleeds to the east because of poor street definition. Improves with tree line as we approach South Auburn.
27 Style of lighting is not consistent with the character of the street.
28 Trees create a canopy over the avenue
29 More concrete open space in front of building (old grocery). Office Building Void corner. 3 streets intersecting each other, creating awkward pedestrian and vehicle crossings.
30 Terminus comes into focus.
31 Building leads traveler around the corner House commands the intersection Vacant Lot
32 Courthouse Avenue Existing Conditions Access Eliminated Courthouse Avenue intersection reconfigured with the reconstruction of Highway 75. H&H Trailers Online Trading Services Carsmart Parking Edward Jones Time Warner Cable China Buffet
33 Courthouse Avenue Existing Proposed Site Redevelopment Major redevelopment Tall 1 story or 2 mixed use building with parking tucked behind.
34 Courthouse Avenue
35 Courthouse Avenue
37 Courthouse Avenue Development Concept
38 Courthouse Avenue Church of Christ Plaza Area Plant Trees along Corridor New Civic Use Visitor Center or Chamber Offices 15 th Street Square Potential Redevelopment Site Redesigned Entrance Feature
39 Courthouse Avenue Midway Square Plant Trees along Corridor New pedestrian commercial use with outdoor seating. Define Crossings Plant trees along roadway
40 Courthouse Avenue New Gateway Plaza Realign private drive. Public Library Midway Building Install pavers, directing traffic to Courthouse Avenue New single-family residential
42 Courthouse Avenue
43 Courthouse Avenue
44 Recommendations for Courthouse Avenue Brick street preservation. Thematic street lighting. Intersection features with street signing. Interpretive graphics. Wayside street furniture. New, accessible sidewalks.
45 South Auburn Public Participation Community Character District Studies Design Vocabulary Community Linkages Red Goose Antiques Serendipity Holly s Hobby Cafe Woodshop Plus Looking North on O Street
46 Existing Conditions
47 South Auburn Development Concept
48 South Auburn Elevation Concepts
49 South Auburn Elevation Concepts
50 South Auburn Elevation Concept
51 South Auburn Concept View looking from Arts Center to Courthouse Major capital improvement project incorporating Fountains and water pathways Public space, Enhanced building facades, and New Arts Center.
53 South Auburn Elevation Concepts Looking north along O Street Sidewalk Section Accent Lighting Window signage Awnings Designated Outdoor Seating Area. Awnings & Accent Lighting Das Rheinland in Omaha s Old Market
54 Design Vocabulary Public Participation Community Character District Studies Design Vocabulary Design Vocabulary Community Linkages
55 Existing Lighting Features
56 Existing Pedestrian Features
57 New street name signs and light landmarks Recommended Features Light fixture Street Name Limestone Base
58 Street & Pedestrian Lighting Recommended Features Courthouse Avenue Legion Memorial Park Pedestrian Lighting Down-casting light, reducing ambient light into nearby neighborhood.
59 Recommended Features Art Markers created by Children Sidewalk Medallions Incorporate points of information that educate pedestrians about local history, people, and events (Calvert and Sheridan). Awnings Sidewalk Crossings & Nodes
62 Community Linkages Public Participation Community Character District Studies Design Vocabulary Community Linkages
63 Community Linkages Trails and Recreation Connect Major Destinations - Parks - South Auburn - Downtown - Schools and Civic Areas - Neighborhoods Create Loops Build in phases Link to Steamboat Trace Trail Plan also helps Auburn to become eligible for Federal Funds
64 Community Linkages Opportunities Map Pathways Nodes Major Entrances Activity Centers Future Development Areas Trails & Recreation
65 Community Linkages Wayfinding System Wayfinding Locations* Gateways *subject to compliance with MUTCD
66 Tools for Implementation
67 Tools for Implementation Amendment One, which passed in November 2004, allows voters to say if they want the Legislature to adopt laws that would delay or temporarily freeze property tax assessment increases resulting from improvements to an eligible historic property.
68 Tools for Implementation Tax Increment Financing, tied to specific projects and providing financing for public improvements, rehabilitation, and projectrelated expenses. Community Development Block Grants, providing financing for economic development and rehabilitation projects. HOME funds may also be used for projects that provide affordable hhousing. Transportation Enhancements (TE) Funds, providing 80% Federal funding for trails or enhancements to major transportation corridors. Tax Credits, providing Federal tax credits to projects that include historically appropriate reuse of historic properties and/or provide housing for low and moderate-income households.
69 Tools for Implementation Private Philantropy, including legacy giving, to honor people who have built and continue to build Auburn. Foundations, leveraging contributions and investments from major donors with an interest in Auburn and small town Nebraska. Bond Issues or City Financing, recognizing the value of a community investing in its future to increase its overall value. Conceive of the city as a business, investing in its assets like any strong business should.
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