Today Land & People. Northeast Nampa Gateway District. Employment. Land Use Characteristics. Demographics. Current Zoning

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1 Today Land & People Employment Major employers include Saint Alphonsus, the College of Western Idaho, the Auto Mall, Sorrento Lactalis and Walmart. 3,004 jobs in 2010 (COMPASS-CIM 2040 TAZ data) 4,345 jobs in 2015 (COMPASS-CIM 2040 TAZ data) 9.8% of jobs in Nampa s Area of Impact are located in the 12,460 (18.5%) jobs in Nampa s Area of Impact are estimated to be located in the by the year 2040 (COMPASS-CIM 2040 TAZ data) Land Use Characteristics Agricultural=628 acres Commercial=207 acres Industrial=144 acres Public/quasi public=281 acres Office=14 acres Vacant land=159 acres Residential=84 acres Current Demographics Gateway Business (GB) 616* people estimated to live zoning is mixed use in the district zoning with design Median age is 27** standards. GB1 is Median Household primarily commercial Income=$57,736** and GB2 allows for *2010 Census block data combined with apartment medium to high density growth and avg. household size. **Not collected for the exact boundary, includes residential with some of the surrounding area. compatible commercial, office and service uses.

2 In the Future Vision An attractive, well planned and unique area of Nampa that draws people throughout the valley for entertainment, education, shopping and employment opportunities. Key Issues Compatible Land Use Housing and residential land use is not compatible with existing industrial land use Housing, particularly dense housing is necessary to support active mixed use development. There is a need for well thought-out transitions from Industrial on the eastern edge of the planning area to mixed use with some residential on the northwest and southwest boundary. Prioritize land uses that support existing anchors institutions and utilize Canyon County s competitive advantage of above average county wage tax incentives Traffic/ Transportation Signal timing improvements Congestion is getting worse and will not improve as the area develops Need for increased access/ connectivity throughout the district Sidewalks and bike facilities should connect district amenities Public transportation improvements with greater frequency would help to ease congestion District Identity/ Amenities Need to create a sense of place with a unique identity The district should attract visitors and serve Nampa residents The district should be an attractive gateway to the city with special concern for landscaping A district theme could encourage public art Need for more sit-down restaurants, upscale bars and venues for district workers, Idaho Center patrons and area residents to meet socially

3 Future Land Use The Community Mixed Use designation is more appropriate than highway commercial for the existing church and likely development in this area. Existing Future Land Use Map Changes to Employment Center and Business Park are meant to take advantage of tax reimbursement incentives for companies that bring jobs above average county wage. Saint Alphonsus has plans to expand its Medical Center, the Public designation matches proposed zoning changes Community Mixed use is meant to provide a desirable transition from commercial land use along Garrity Blvd. to residential land use to the east. Current and planned uses of the Gateway Center are all possible with the Community Mixed Use Designation. Future Land Use Changes by Acres Future land Use 2035 Comprehensive Plan Business Park Acres Acres Public Acres Acres Community Mixed Use 85.1 Acres Acres Heavy Industrial Acres Acres Light Industrial Acres 169,7 Acres Highway Commercial Acres Acres General Commercial 80.3 Acres 54.4 Acres Employment Center Acres Medium Density Residential 30.6 Acres 30.6 Acres High Density Residential 38.9 Acres 11.2 Acres 5 The proposed Business Park designation matches the current approved Gateway Business GB1 zoning for this property. While the plan decreases industrial acreage overall, a small piece of additional Light Industrial land would help to provide a buffer from heavy industrial use to the east while matching current zoning and land use for the site. Ag LD_Res MD_Res HD_Res Residential Mixed Use Community Mixed Use Neighborhood Ag Commercial Highway LD_Res Commercial General MD_ResCommercial Business HD_Res Park Downtown Residential Mixed Use Employment Community Mixed Center Use Light Neighborhood IndustrialCommercial Heavy Highway Industrial Commercial Parks General Commercial Public Business Park Future Land Parks Use Airport Downtown Future land uses describe a vision for the Airport community Employment Center in the future. They are different than current zoning and do not entitle land to a Light Industrial particular use. Future land uses align with the Heavy Industrial vision of the comprehensive plan. Proposed future Parksland use changes in the Northeast Nampa Gateway District are shown in the upper left. Public Airport Ag LD_Res MD_Res HD_Res Ag Residential Mixed Use LD_Res Community Mixed Use MD_Res Neighborhood Commercial HD_Res Highway Commercial Residential General Commercial Mixed Use Community Business Park Mixed Use Neighborhood Downtown Commercial Highway Employment Commercial Center General Light Industrial Commercial Business Heavy Industrial Park Downtown Parks Employment Public Center Light Airport Industrial Heavy Industrial Public

4 Movement-Connecting the District Nampa 2035 Transportation Master Plan Functional Classification and Future Number of Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Projects Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Bicycle in Planning Area Project Street or Alignment Priority Cost (2010) Birch Lane between 11th Avenue North and Idaho Center Boulevard COMPLETE High $207,503 Idaho Center Boulevard/ Can Ada Road between Franklin Road and East University Way * High $150,730 Idaho Center Boulevard/ Can Ada Road between Franklin Road and I-84 * High $118,512 Garrity Boulevard from 16th Avenue North to I-84 Med $235,342 N Tiegs Way from Franklin Road to E Gate Blvd Low $206, Transportation Master Plan Roadway Capacity Needs in Planning Area Roadway Project Beginning Location End Location Description Rank Cost Estimate (2010) Timeframe Franklin Rd East Gate Blvd Star Rd Widen to 5 lanes 1 $2,881,000 ( ) Franklin Rd Star Rd McDermott Rd Widen to 5 lanes 5 $5,762,000 ( ) Cherry Ln Can Ada Rd Star Rd Widen to 5 lanes 19 $5,537,000 ( ) Cherry Ln Star Rd McDermott Rd Widen to 5 lanes 23 $5,874,000 ( ) Can-Ada Rd Birch Ln Cherry Ln Widen to 5 lanes 6 $2,769,000 ( ) Idaho Center Blvd I-84 Birch Ln Widen to 6 lanes 9 $9,039,000 ( ) Star Rd I-84 Franklin Rd Widen to 5 lanes 43 $2,305,000 ( ) Star Rd Franklin Rd Cherry Ln Widen to 5 lanes 43 $5,537,000 ( ) McDermott Rd Franklin Rd Cherry Ln Widen to 3 lanes 70 $4,290,000 ( ) McDermott Rd I-84 Franklin Rd Widen to 3 lanes 92 $2,145,000 ( ) Public Transportation Routes Route Frequency Premium Service: 10 to 30 minutes all day, dedicated right of way, limited stops Employer Express Service: 30 minutes peak Primary Service: 15 to 30 minutes peak, 30 to 60 minutes midday, frequent stops Secondary Service: 30 to 60 minutes all day, frequent stops Service Span Weekday Routes (Premium, Primary, Secondary, and Express): 7 hours peak, 7.5 hours off peak (Employer Express): 7 hours peak, 0 hours off peak Weekend Routes (Premium, Primary and Express Only) 7 hours peak, 3 hours off peak

5 Public Space, Design, Identity Design Review Required by Current Proposed Locations for Landscaping, Public Spaces, Public Art & Land Use Transitions Park Like Setting Transition Uses Building Design Standards-Current Guidelines Landscaping STRUCTURE PLACEMENT: Designs that locate buildings toward the street with parking behind are encouraged. The front of the building shall be oriented to face the most primary road. Loading docks shall not face the front of the property. Art ENTRANCE: Public entrances shall be easily identified and distinct from the rest of the building. BUILDING EXTERIORS: Buildings shall include façade changes such as cornices, bases, fenestration, corbelled masonry, for at least 40% of the exterior wall. Frontages greater than 100 in length shall have offsets, changes in roof height, or other distinctive changes in the building façade. Site Design Standards-Current Guidelines EXTERIOR FINISH MATERIALS: Exterior finish materials shall be non-reflective and shall include at least 3 colors, textures and/ or materials. LANDSCAPING: shall be placed wherever a structure, pathway or parking lot is not located. Shrubs and flowerbeds are required around any new building s exterior. Landscaping setbacks vary but are at least 15 from the front property line. SCREENING: Trash receptacles, mechanical units and equipment need to be screened from public view. PARKING: Interior parking lot planters shall be located at intervals not to exceed 90 except for parking located immediately in front of the building. Sites should be designed to not resemble strip development. Buildings are encouraged to face the primary street with parking behind. GLAZING: Primary facades shall contain a minimum of 25% glazing (windows). Art PEDESTRIAN AMENITIES: include paths, pedestrian and cyclist circulation plans for developments one acre or more, sidewalks, pedestrian scale lighting, street trees, inclusion of public spaces for projects over 25,000 square feet in gross floor space.

6 Action Plan Goal 1: Ensure compatible land uses that support a vibrant destination district with entertainment, employment, education and shopping attractions. Adopt Future Land Use Map changes to the City of Nampa Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map. Goal 2: Develop and maintain a coordinated and balanced transportation system in the that promotes economic development and provides a variety of choices among transportation modes, including automobile, public transit, bicycle and foot. Look to fund projects identified in the Transportation Master Plan and Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan in the planning area. Public Works Goal 3: Enhance the image and experience of the Northeast Nampa Gateway District through design elements and diverse land use. Establish a landscape plan with funding options for the Garrity interchange explore public/ private partnerships and low cost native plants. Planning/ Parks Encourage changes to the Nampa Map to match Future Land Uses. Support the office in their active recruitment of office development for the district with Idaho s Tax Reimbursement Incentive. Maintain land use buffers around existing industrial lands. Support attractive high density housing near the Nampa Gateway Center and the College of Western Idaho to provide housing options for students and hospital workers. Encouraging housing density in the district will promote activity in the district throughout the day and evening. Encourage connectivity through new developments including connecting roads at the quarter section lines and pathways or sidewalks which allow pedestrians to easily walk to and throughout the new development. Use traffic control systems, Intelligent Transportation System technologies (such as real-time traffic and information along roadways) to improve traffic flow in the Idaho Center area. Enhance and promote the use of bicycles and walking as viable forms of transportation within and to the district by providing safe public facilities including multi-use pathways, bicycle routes, bicycle lanes and sidewalks. Increase access across I84 for bicycle and pedestrians through widened sidewalks and pedestrian signals at the Garrity underpass and connectivity to the 11th Avenue North Extension bike lane. Maintain affordable and accessible public transportation to important district destinations include CWI, the Idaho Center, Walmart, and major employers. Require transportation infrastructure improvements including pedestrian connectivity with all new development. / Engineering Public Works Public Works Public Works & ITD Valley Regional Transit and City Council, Engineering Maintain a database of public art grants that could help bring distinct art to Northeast Nampa s Gateway District. Encourage district businesses and organizations to consider public art installations by assisting with public art grant applications start with the Idaho Center and other public/ quasi-public institutions. Explore options to utilize landscaped portions of the Idaho Center as public park space with benches, gardens and art that celebrates the Snake River Stampede. As pathways and bikeways are developed through the district consider adjacent landscaping and linear park elements. Ease land use transitions by recruiting compatible businesses. Continue to require design review and design standards for developments in the Gateway Business and Community Business zoning districts. Grant writer/ Planning Idaho Center/Parks Parks To ease congestion, promote alternative transportation options through education campaigns on riding transit, bicycling or carsharing programs. Support organizations and area businesses to develop programs that help employees use alternative modes of transportation. Planning, VRT Encourage the Gateway Business Entertainment development to include an outdoor dining plaza that would add to the visual and experiential appeal of the site. Continue parking/ park-and-ride management plans to help improve the viability and effectiveness of public transit services in the city. District organizations/ VRT Continue to work with COMPASS and neighboring cities to plan for a high capacity transit corridor that connects Boise, Meridian, Nampa and Caldwell with a stop in the Northeast Nampa Gateway District. Continue to work with COMPASS and neighboring cities to plan for a regional rail with trail route that would connect Boise to Caldwell. In Nampa, the pathway would go through the Northeast Nampa gateway district. Planning &, Parks Work with the Idaho Transportation Department and district property owners to avoid conflicts along the planned Highway 16 extension. / Engineering

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