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1 Village of Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning Public Workshop November 5, 2017 Warner Library WXY architecture + urban design Pace University - Land Use Law Center George M. Janes & Associates Regional Plan Association Sam Schwartz Engineering

2 Agenda 1:15 Welcome 1:20 Overview of September input & Comprehensive Plan goals 1:45 Break-out sessions (30 min per table / theme) 2:45 Report back 3:15 Conclusion & poster input Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 2

3 Current phase of work: a new comprehensive Tarrytown Lighthouse Cortlandt St N Washington St Sleepy Hollow Wildey St Broadway Patriot's Warner Library Tarrytown Lakes Mount Pleasant plan for the Village - Integrating and building on recent Station Area planning New NY Bridge Pierson Losee Green St Sarah Michaels MNR Franklin Av Washington Irving IS Central Av Main St Village Neperan Rd Rosehill Av Benedict Av Highland Av Neperan Rd Union Av Crest Dr Saw Mill Pky Prospect Av - Articulating a vision for the future of the entire village Martling Av Greenburgh - Developing new zoning guidelines for the Station Area mi Hudson River Lyndhurst Sunnyside Heritage Rte 9 Old Croton Aqueduct S Broadway Unification Church Gracemere Irvington Sheldon Av NYS Thwy / I-287 Taxter Ridge NYS Thwy / I-87 Sources: Westchester County GIS I-287 Saw Mill P Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 3

4 Policy-based comprehensive plans TRADITIONAL COMP PLANS - Establish a land-use policy as the culmination of the process - Focus on presentation of data (existing conditions) POLICY-BASED COMP PLANS - Present a vision for the future as part of a broad community framework - Establish goals and planning principles from the introduction of the plan, to focus research and recommendations - Set out policies to guide future decision-making Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 4

5 Workshop 1: discussions by planning theme Economy Mobility Built Environment Community, Culture, & Education Natural Environment & Open Space Sustainability & Resiliency Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 5

6 a Economy: public input highlights POSITIVE - Diversity of downtown restaurants, shops, and other businesses - Opportunities for economic development through tourism, recreation, new business investments ISSUES / CHALLENGES - Sustaining downtown businesses - Potential future development impacts to businesses, traffic, community STRATEGIES / OPPORTUNITIES - Enhance shopping locally, grow the tourism industry, and link outdoor recreational events - Support for existing downtown retail - Resources & support for new businesses Image sources: realestatehudsonvalleyny.com; Google maps Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 6

7 b Mobility: public input highlights POSITIVE - Walkability around downtown - Local and regional connections to NYC and the Hudson Valley ISSUES / CHALLENGES - Safe, complete streets, with sidewalks and bicycle infrastructure - Congestion and parking STRATEGIES / OPPORTUNITIES - Focus on expanding shared mobility - Leverage street design to encourage nonvehicle trips and improve safety - Manage parking to align supply and demand Image sources: Google maps; Chang W. Lee / NY Times Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 7

8 c Built Environment: public input highlights POSITIVE - Historic built fabric & preservation - Village character and scale ISSUES / CHALLENGES - Impact of future developments on village character, including nearby municipalities - Housing affordability - Infrastructure maintenance & upgrades STRATEGIES / OPPORTUNITIES - Create more affordable housing - Integrate resiliency considerations into planning for new developments - Improve streetscapes, expand pedestrian space Image sources: Douglas Healey / NY Times; Google maps Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 8

9 d Community, Culture & Education: public input highlights POSITIVE - Diversity of local population - Community facilities & resources - Small-town feel with easy city access ISSUES / CHALLENGES - Cultural programming on could attract broader population - Limited signage to educate visitors and locals STRATEGIES / OPPORTUNITIES - Expand and coordinate online presence - Encourage greater access to / share community facilities - Leverage community events to bring residents together, serve whole population Image sources: Family YMCA at Tarrytown; Tarrytown Music Hall Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 9

10 e Natural Environment & Open Space: public input highlights POSITIVE - Diversity of parks and open space - Access to regional parks and trails network ISSUES / CHALLENGES - Continuity of paths and trailways - Signage and access to facilities - Development encroachment on open space STRATEGIES / OPPORTUNITIES - Create safe, continuous trailways - Inventory and remove invasive species - Incorporate plantings throughough the village - Link open space to ecoomic development Image sources: WXY; A New Yorker in Oslo (blog) Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 10

11 f Sustainability & Resiliency: public input highlights POSITIVE - Local environmental conscience FEMA pfirms VE Zone (velocity) A Zone (100-year flood) 15 X Zone (500-year flood) Pocantico River ISSUES / CHALLENGES - Managing & reducing energy use in businesses, infrastructure, and homes - Lack of composting programs - Development sites in the present and future flood zone STRATEGIES / OPPORTUNITIES - Educate local population on ways to reduce resource consumption - Combat heat island effect through building and streetscape design Sleepy Hollow Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning Bridge W X Y 11 New NY Pierson Losee 9 Green St 9 Cortlandt St N Washington St Wildey St Central Av Village Hall MNR Main St Franklin Av Broadway Patriots 2014 FEMA pfirm Data source: Westchester GIS; FEMA Image source: Solarize Westchester Village Nepera Par Ben

12 b From input to draft goals: mobility COMMENTS - Improve Rt. 9 crossings - Incentivize carpooling - Stop overflow of traffic on Rt 9 into neighborhoods - Missing, interrupted & narrow sidewalks - Access to riverfront, including ADA - Bus schedule doesn t match train schedule - Create bike lanes; trail network; parking - Work with transit agencies to get bike racks on buses, trains - Insufficient on & off street parking for Music Hall, Downtown, Library, station - Non-residents park at MNR station - Don t trade parking for bike lanes DRAFT GOALS Improve local mobility and regional access Reduce dependence on personal vehicles Manage parking access and demand as a village amenity Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 12

13 c From input to draft goals: built environment COMMENTS - Small, historic scale and intimate village - Good scale of buildings along Main Street - Waterfront development needs better connection to Main Street - Maintain different housing options - Improve housing affordability for new construction - Accessory apartments (for older residents) - Attitude toward historic preservation is piecemeal - Improve aesthetics near train station - Scale by river is too large: blocks river view - Some development in town is too large DRAFT GOALS Support a vibrant and walkable village center Ensure housing stock supports a diverse and multi-generational community Preserve and enhance historical resources and institutions Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 13

14 d From input to draft goals: community, culture & education COMMENTS - Small, historic scale and intimate village - Some development in town is too large - Existing cultural resources a draw for new residents - Create opportunities for village boards to collaborate around specific topics - Good outreach to new residents - Increase opportunities for interactions of diverse populations - Make Rec Center accessible for all - Support elder population with social & recreation facilities - Strong community programs & resources: street fairs, park / community concerts, TaSH, senior events at library, ITAV DRAFT GOALS Maintain a village identity Grow a local culture of diversity and representation Strengthen community resources and institutions focused on health and safety Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 14

15 Agenda 1:15 Welcome 1:20 Overview of September input & Comprehensive Plan goals 1:45 Break-out sessions (30 min per table / theme) 2:45 Report back 3:15 Conclusion & poster input Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 15

16 Workshop 2: strategies to advance draft goals ECONOMY BUILT ENVIRONMENT - Leverage land use and development to promote sustainable growth - Ensure housing stock supports a diverse and multi-generational community MOBILITY - Reduce dependence on personal vehicles - Manage parking access and demand as a village amenity COMMUNITY, CULTURE, & EDUCATION NATURAL ENVIRONMENT & OPEN SPACE SUSTAINABILITY & RESILIENCY - Strengthen community resources and institutions focused on health and safety - Connect and enhance open space and recreational resources Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 16

17 Agenda 1:15 Welcome 1:20 Overview of September input & Comprehensive Plan goals 1:45 Break-out sessions (30 min per table / theme) 2:45 Report back 3:15 Conclusion & poster input Tarrytown Comprehensive Plan & Station Area Zoning W X Y 17

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