1 Sustainability, Health, Safety, Recreation & Open Space Working Group August 3, 2017
2 DOWNTOWN OAKLAND SPECIFIC PLAN WELCOME Sustainability, Health, Safety, Recreation & Open Space Working Group Social Equity Meeting August 3, 2017
4 Overview PLAN OBJECTIVES & TIMELINE EXPANDED EQUITY WORK RACIAL EQUITY ANALYSIS EXISTING CONDITIONS VISION & GOALS NEXT STEPS
5 Overview PLAN OBJECTIVES & TIMELINE EXPANDED EQUITY WORK RACIAL EQUITY ANALYSIS EXISTING CONDITIONS VISION & GOALS NEXT STEPS
6 OBJECTIVES 1. Create a vision for downtown that unifies the city 2. Balance land uses so we can meet future demand for housing, jobs, services and cultural expression 3. Provide better streets, public spaces, jobs, housing and amenities 4. Remove barriers so that all Oaklanders can use their downtown to live, work, learn, play and express themselves
7 PROJECTIONS 2040 Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) Projections for Downtown Oakland: 12,309 new households 31,244 new jobs
8 WORK COMPLETED: SEP 15 OCT 15 OCT 15 OCT OCT FEB 16 MAR 16 APR 16 COMMUNITY KICK-OFF MEETING Outcome: Existing Conditions Analysis CHARRETTE: OPEN DESIGN STUDIO Outcome: Visioning & Initial Recommendations STAKEHOLDER MEETINGS Outcome: Community Feedback WORK-IN-PROGRESS PRESENTATIONS Outcome: Draft Plan Alternatives Report COMMUNITY ADVISORY GROUP MEETINGS #1 Outcome: Community Feedback COMMUNITY ADVISORY GROUP MEETINGS #2 Outcome: Updated Plan Alternatives Report PLANNING COMMISSION & COMMUNITY WORKSHOP Outcome: Comments Memo
9 WORK COMPLETED: CHARRETTE & OPEN STUDIO
10 WORK COMPLETED: IDENTIFIED ISSUES Arts & culture Built environment & preservation Housing & affordability Open space & recreation Environmental sustainability Connectivity & access Economic opportunity
11 WORK COMPLETED: EMERGING PLAN PRINCIPLES EQUITY -Social justice, equal opportunity, & shared wealth CREATIVITY - Artistic expression, business innovation, & government leadership DIVERSITY - Class, culture, race, politics, family, & identity INCLUSIVITY - Transparency, public participation, & shared power
12 WORK COMPLETED: EMERGING PLAN PRINCIPLES RESPONSIBILITY - environmental sustainability, social welfare, & public health VIBRANCY - healthy people, thriving business, & a welcoming public realm CONNECTIVITY - Strong partnerships, linked neighborhoods, & accessible mobility options OPPORTUNITY - good education, fair jobs, & business assistance
13 WORK COMPLETED: COMMENTS MEMO MORE THAN 1,000 COMMENTS RECEIVED!
14 OUTCOME OF WORK TO DATE Plan Alternatives Report Community Comments Memo Issues Matrix Draft Vision & Goals
15 COMMUNITY CONCERNS Gentrification Displacement Racial disparities Loss of culture
16 EXPANDED EQUITY WORK GOAL The downtown specific plan improves outcomes for people of color and other vulnerable Oaklanders. HOW? Transparent process Inclusive community engagement Data-driven racial impact analysis
17 EXPANDED EQUITY WORK CONSULTANT TEAM I-SEEED PolicyLink Center for Social Inclusion Khepera Consulting Asian Health Services Popuphood Mesu Strategies Oakculture Lead: Dover, Kohl & Partners Strategic Economics Opticos Design Toole Design Group Urban Planning Partners Fehr & Peers William Self Associates Panorama Environmental TOWN architecture + history LLC Urban Advantage
18 Overview PLAN OBJECTIVES & TIMELINE EXPANDED EQUITY WORK RACIAL EQUITY ANALYSIS EXISTING CONDITIONS VISION & GOALS NEXT STEPS
19 EXPANDED EQUITY WORK REVIEW Summarize gaps and assets of existing process and materials. ASSESS EXISTING CONDITIONS Identify Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) in baseline disparity indicators. REACH OUT Identify, build capacity and welcome new participants from communities underrepresented so far. PROVIDE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE Provide technical assistance and review of emerging reports & analyses. LOOK FORWARD Conduct Equity Assessment of Planning Concepts Memo.
20 OVERVIEW PLAN OBJECTIVES & TIMELINE EXPANDED EQUITY WORK RACIAL EQUITY ANALYSIS EXISTING CONDITIONS VISION & GOALS NEXT STEPS
21 RACIAL EQUITY ANALYSIS 1. IDENTIFYING STAKEHOLDERS 2. ENGAGING STAKEHOLDERS 3. IDENTIFYING & DOCUMENTING INEQUITIES 4. EXAMINING THE CAUSE 5. CLARIFYING THE DESIRED OUTCOMES
23 PLAN BOUNDARIES DOWNTOWN OAKLAND Adjacent plan areas - West Oakland - Broadway Valdez - Chinatown/Lake Merritt Station Area
24 EXISTING CONDITIONS Materials Reviewed Plan Alternatives Report Existing Conditions Analysis Community Feedback Community Outreach & Engagement Materials
25 EXISTING CONDITIONS WHO LIVES DOWNTOWN? 21,000 residents: 5% of total city population 60% of households are a single person 9% of households are families with children 17% including Chinatown A diverse range of family types live in downtown Oakland.
26 EXISTING CONDITIONS There are many areas where people face multiple barriers to opportunity.
27 EXISTING CONDITIONS HOUSEHOLD INCOME DISTRIBUTION
28 EXISTING CONDITIONS Working Poor
29 EXISTING CONDITIONS Parks & Open Space Downtown
30 EXISTING CONDITIONS
31 EXISTING CONDITIONS Bikeways & Bike Parking
32 EXISTING CONDITIONS Pedestrian Injuries
33 EXISTING CONDITIONS Black Carbon Air Pollution & Communities of Concern
34 EXISTING CONDITIONS Waterfront Areas
35 EXISTING CONDITIONS
36 EXISTING CONDITIONS
37 EXISTING CONDITIONS
38 EXISTING CONDITIONS
39 FINDINGS Plan Alternatives Report - Vibrant walkable neighborhoods with active retail, outdoor seating, and signage increases safety. - A greener downtown with more trees and plants. - Strategies to reduce the urban heat island effect.
40 FINDINGS Plan Alternatives Report -Divert, catch, and store rain and storm-water to reduce the impact of flood events & save water. -Locate housing development near transit hubs. -Promote and support urban food production. - Prioritize pedestrian and bicycle routes and connections and identify locations for shared streets.
41 FINDINGS Community Feedback A more walkable, bikeable and transit-served downtown. Plan for impacts of climate change: rising temperatures, drought, and sea levels. More connected parks, increased open spaces, and better maintenance. Oakland s waterfront as a regional destination connecting to regional trails, watersheds, and pedestrian & bicycle paths. Neighborhood cultural gathering spaces. Restorative justice limiting additional inequitable/exclusionary outcomes (i.e. profiling).
42 FINDINGS Equity Analysis Health, emergency, & safety services serve a significant number of residents live and work downtown. Equitable & inclusive thriving downtown. Promote long-term health and prosperity. Food justice: retail food environment, healthy food outlets, other food services).
43 SUSTAINABILITY, HEALTHY & SAFETY VISION
44 SUSTAINABILITY, HEALTHY & SAFETY VISION New development downtown supports active transportation and increased transit ridership. Streets are lined with trees and other green elements to bring nature into the urban environment, while providing lighting, landscaping design, stewardship, and active uses that encourage safety through visibility and eyes on the street. The City considers the impacts to public health and safety when making decisions about the built environment, with particular attention to the needs of the community s most vulnerable populations. In addition to the city s built environment, Oakland incubates businesses in green sectors such as clean energy, and encourages businesses to support green lifestyle choices such as taking transit to work.
45 SUSTAINABILITY, HEALTHY & SAFETY GOALS Protect, maintain and enhance the natural resources that surround downtown Oakland, including Lake Merritt, open spaces, parks, plazas and waterfront areas. Align all land use and transportation planning documents and processes to reinforce achievement of GHG reductions Ensure downtown is a complete community with access to schools, parks, jobs, recreational facilities, transportation childcare, libraries, financial services, nutritious food, health care and other daily needs. Protect the community s most vulnerable residents from being disproportionately affected by adverse environmental impacts. Provide downtown spaces that feel safe, comfortable and welcoming for users of all ages, races, income levels and backgrounds.
46 OPEN SPACE & RECREATION VISION Residents travel and play outdoors on a green network of trails, waterfront corridors, family-friendly parks, vibrant streets, and public plazas designed for relaxing and socializing, and as gathering places for organized festivals and performances. In this public realm, trees and other landscaping make paths and streets pleasant, safe and beautiful places to stroll, wide sidewalks provide space for people to sit at outdoor cafés, easy and frequent street crossings help people with all levels of mobility navigate the city easily, and benches, tables, evening lighting and other amenities support public activity.
47 OPEN SPACE & RECREATION GOALS Serve residents of all ages and in all downtown neighborhoods with safe, well-maintained, and innovatively programmed places to play, exercise, relax, attend events, and connect with nature. Take advantage of public streets and rights-of-way as open spaces for active recreation, community gathering, economic activity, art, cultural activities, and urban greening, extending connections to natural open spaces like Lake Merritt and the Oakland Estuary waterfront into the urban core of the downtown. Update streets, paths and linear open spaces to better connect downtown s parks and open spaces to one another and to neighborhoods outside the downtown, including connecting the downtown core and East Oakland with Oakland s iconic and historic estuary waterfront.
48 OPEN SPACE & RECREATION GOALS Update streets, paths and linear open spaces to generate a network of safe, comfortable and well-connected civic and shared open spaces that are accessible to residents of downtown and the outlying neighborhoods. Enhance the estuary waterfront and the Lake Merritt Channel as a regional recreation destination by encouraging complementary dining, living, entertainment, civic and other uses. Connect the waterfront to regional trails, Lake Merritt, and bicycle paths, and increase waterfront access at Howard Terminal. Ensure new development, revitalization and public projects are coordinated with open space and other public projects.
49 RACIAL EQUITY FRAMEWORK SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION ACTIVITY
50 SMALL GROUP ACTIVITY QUESTIONS Changes: What else would your community like to see as part of this goal? (For more information on any of the goals, see the accompanying issues and ideas document.) Barriers: What barriers currently exist for historically left out groups in Oakland to accessing the outcomes in these goals? (Historically left out groups include, but are not limited to, the Black, Latinx, Asian, and indigenous populations. These groups also include identities that are not racial. Please be as specific as possible.) Solutions: What do you think it would take to break down those barriers?
51 NEXT STEPS: 2017 JUN 17 JUL 17 SEP 17 OCT OCT NOV 17 DEC 17 COMMUNITY CAPACITY-BUILDING WORKSHOP Outcome: Equity Outreach SOCIAL EQUITY WORKING GROUP Outcome: Equitable Goals & Outcomes TECHNICAL ANALYSIS WORKING GROUPS Outcome: Equitable Policy Recommendations NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN WORKSHOPS Outcome: Neighborhood Design Recommendations COMMUNITY ADVISORY GROUP MEETING Outcome: Plan Concepts Memo COMMUNITY INPUT WORKSHOP APR 16
52 Next Steps STREETWYZE
53 THANK YOU! Keeping the Town in Downtown
54 VOICE YOUR VISION! #EquityinAction #EQTDTO #EquityinDTO
Streets, Connectivity & Built Environment Working Group August 2, 2017 DOWNTOWN OAKLAND SPECIFIC PLAN WELCOME Streets, Connectivity & Built Environment Working Group Social Equity Meeting August 2, 2017
Neighborhood Design Sessions: Central Core February 10, 2018 EQUITY IN OAKLAND: 1. Economic vitality, providing high-quality jobs to our residents and producing new ideas, products, businesses, and economic
PLAN ELEMENTS WORKSHOP April 5, 2016 needs more housing. But there is no one-size fits-all solution. Every neighborhood has its own character. In some places, density is not only appropriate it is badly
Community Advisory Group (CAG) Meeting #5 AGENDA 1. Process Update 2. Overview of Plan Options and Equity Assessment 3. Preliminary Recommendations 4. Community Engagement for Preliminary Draft Plan 5.
Neighborhood Design Sessions: Uptown & KONO February 10, 2018 EQUITY IN OAKLAND: 1. Economic vitality, providing high-quality jobs to our residents and producing new ideas, products, businesses, and economic
Citywide Planning Division Five-Year Work Program HEARING DATE: NOVEMBER 3, 2016 Date: October 27, 2016 Case No.: Project Name: Staff Contact: Recommendation: n/a Citywide Planning Division Five Year Work
1 October 2011 Dear Citizens of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County, As co-chairs of the Center City 2020 Vision Plan Steering Committee, we are proud to present the Center City 2020 Vision Plan, which sets
Blueprint Denver A BLUEPRINT FOR AN INCLUSIVE CITY Executive Summary PUBLIC REVIEW DRAFT 2 1/7/2019 DENVERIGHT BLUEPRINTDENVER Blueprint Denver: A Blueprint for an Inclusive City An Equitable City Planning
Vision, Values and Goals 3 2041 Vision: Victoria is an urban sustainability leader inspiring innovation, pride and progress towards greater ecological integrity, livability, economic vitality, and community
Concord Community Reuse Project Goals and Guiding Principles Overarching Goals (OG) No priority is implied by the order of presentation of the goals and guiding principles. Overarching goals for the Concord
DALY CITY VISIONING PROCESS COMMUNITY WORKSHOP 3 MAY 8, 2008 PROCESS General Plan - a statement of the community s values, vision and aspirations for now and into the future... Timeframe LONG TERM - 2030
2037: A CALL TO ACTION 2017 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN EXECUTIVE SUMMARY is the purpose of the Q: What Comprehensive Plan? The comprehensive plan serves as a guide for the community s physical, social, and economic
Visioning Statement and Guiding Principles Planning for the Future The General Plan The General Plan represents Woodland's shared vision of the future and defines a path to lead the community toward its
East Central Area Plan Steering Committee Meeting January 10 th, 2019 Tears-McFarlane House Community Room East Central Area Plan Steering Committee Meeting January 10 th, 2019 CHUN Tears-McFarlane House
Topic Issues Community & Plan Alternatives Ideas Built Environment 1 - Adapt and grow downtown's capacity for a vibrant mix of jobs, housing and other uses to meet the needs of existing residents and the
DRAFT FOR PUBLIC REVIEW 2018 Game Plan for a Healthy City 2 Denveright. Parks & Recreation Game Plan Draft for Public Review Draft for Public Review Executive Summary Game Plan Overview Executive Summary
August 2018 Page intentionally left blank The Brooklyn Park Library adjacent to the 85th Ave LRT Station Area. OVERVIEW The Blue Line LRT Extension / Bottineau corridor offers a unique opportunity to leverage
CENTRAL AVENUE-METRO BLUE LINE TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT COMMUNITY FORUM JANUARY 19, 2011 THE MARYLAND-NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION PRINCE GEORGE S COUNTY PLANNING
COMPLETE STREETS FOR TORONTO Streets for People, Place-Making and Prosperity COMPLETE STREETS: A NEW APPROACH A Complete Streets design approach considers the needs of all users people who walk, bicycle,
SAN RAFAEL GENERAL PLAN 2040 INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW Steering Committee Presentation February 14, 2018 Purpose of General Plan Guide land use and development decisions Coordinate transportation, infrastructure,
New Westminster Downtown Parking Strategy Public Open House #1 September 13, 2012 The City is preparing a strategy for parking in Downtown New Westminster. The study team and a group of key stakeholders
Robbinsdale LRT Station August 2018 Overview The City of Robbinsdale may have the coolest opportunity site along the 13 mile stretch of the Bottineau LRT corridor / Blue Line extension. Located a block
Preliminary Plan Framework: Vision and Goals Draft: May 2015 Introduction Since the Town of Milliken s comprehensive plan was last updated in 2010, the community was heavily impacted by the 2013 flood,
Chapter 2: Vision, Goals and Lake Elmo Today & Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan 2040 2 VISION, GOALS & STRATEGIES - DRAFT 4-6-2018 INTRODUCTION Comprehensive Plan Purpose Perhapse the most important objective
FUNDING CORRIDOR REVITALIZATION Integrated corridor planning for the 21 st Century America Planning Association Annual Conference Atlanta, GA April 27, 2014 Mariia Zimmerman, MZ Strategies, LLC email@example.com
Johnson Street Bridge Public Realm Update August 20, 2015 Background Johnson Street Bridge Replacement Project impacts a diverse range of stakeholders In addition to a new bridge, the project also includes
Neighborhood Vision The Old Town Neighborhoods are Unique, Livable, Connected, and Sustainable. As mature, established neighborhoods, many of the ideas and opportunities expressed by stakeholders in support
Key Concepts of the General Plan General Plan Purpose Vision for City s future Standards for City Services Land Use Plan General Plan Purpose San Jose is creating its Blueprint for the Future to become
Background Grandview-Woodland Community Plan In the spring of 2012, the City of Vancouver embarked on a comprehensive community planning program in the Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood. The process has
CITY OF UNION CITY MINUTES GENERAL PLAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2015, 6:30 P.M. IN THE CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM OF CITY HALL 34009 ALVARADO-NILES BLVD., UNION CITY, CALIFORNIA Attachment
Public Open House Overview of the Downtown Plan Official Plan Amendment April 23, 2018 1 A 25-Year Plan for Downtown To ensure growth contributes positively to Toronto s Downtown as a great place to live,
Charrette Week Report Back - Thursday Evening April 25, 2013 Welcome & Introductions A New Master Plan Land Use and Circulation Putting data and information to work to create solutions for the master plan
Somers Point Master Plan Progress Report and Public Meeting August 20, 2014 Master Plan Reexamination Municipal Land Use Law require that all municipalities reexamine their master plan every ten years.
Ivywild On The Creek PRELIMINARY CREEK DISTRICT MASTER PLAN Introduction: Rejuvenating an extraordinary Creekside neighborhood THE CREEKSIDE DISTRICT The Ivywild On The Creek Neighborhood District Master
planning toronto s downtown Parks and Public Realm Plan Request for Proposals Information Meeting Andrew Farncombe, Project Manager August 19, 2015 BATHURST ST Keeping Downtown a great place to live, work,
APPENDICES DESIGNING PUBLIC SPACES - ENERGIZED PUBLIC SPACES DESIGN GUIDELINES WORKING DRAFT DECEMBER 2018 A1 App.1 Case Studies by Park Types The upcoming (in-progress) online library will house several
JACKSON HIGHWAY & GRANT LINE EAST S A C R A M E N T O C O U N T Y P L A N N I N G D E P A R T M E N T SUMMARY AND WORKBOOK November 19, 2008 History of the Visioning Study Sacramento County has two growth
Chapter 1: Introduction The Penn Avenue Community Works Corridor Vision and Implementation Framework presents an integrated communitybased vision and a coordinated, long-term implementation framework for
WAC #7 3/14/14 Coachella General Plan Update Agenda 2 Introductions Public Draft General Plan Overview and Discussion of Next Steps Implementation and Evaluation Health Element Process Evaluation (discussion)
CHOUTEAU GREENWAY INTENDED OUTCOMES AND GOALS OUTCOMES EXCEPTIONAL EXPERIENCE CIVIC WELL-BEING CONNECTIVITY GOALS Inclusive gathering places where all people are welcome Transparency, accountability, and
North Fair Oaks Community Plan Summary and Information WHAT IS THE NORTH FAIR OAKS COMMUNITY PLAN? The North Fair Oaks Community Plan is part of the San Mateo County General Plan, and establishes policies
Welcome Community Consultation Meeting November 28, 2016 Why Are We Here Today? Review and discuss the Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan Framework Review and discuss an Action Plan for Implementation Next
Summary Community Workshop #1 Fruitvale San Antonio Senior Center Monday, March 23, 2009 7:00-9:00 p.m. Workshop Format and Process The City of Oakland is preparing a Specific Plan that will help define
EXPO LINE COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS NOVEMBER 27 TH & DECEMBER 3 RD 2012 Los Angeles Department of City Planning Agenda for Tonight Open House 6:00 to 6:15pm Presentation and Questions 6:15 to 6:50 Small Group
August 2018 OVERVIEW The City of Robbinsdale has a prime-opportunity site in the middle of the 13 mile stretch of the Bottineau LRT corridor / Blue Line extension. Robbinsdale offers a prominent, vital,
RE-Imagining the Downtown Colorado Springs Master Plan 2016 APA Colorado State Conference October 25, 2016 Overview 8:00 Welcome, Introductions, and Overview 8:15 Downtown s Planning History 8:30 A Market
Our plan has been imagined and created to be both pragmatic and visionary. At the core of the strategy is a consideration of the highway s role and its impact on the community. First and foremost in creating
San Francisco Bay Pilot: Sausal Creek Community Leader Charrette May 11, 2016 Marcus Griswold 1 Overview Project Overview Watershed Context Assets and Challenges Opportunities Green Streets Creek Access
University of Saskatchewan CAMPUS MASTER PLAN Senate Meeting Preliminary Presentation April 21, 2018 DIALOG ECS DA WATT project process presentation agenda Stakeholder Engagement Project Control phase1
Meeting #2 Public Realm: Streets, Neighborhood Connections & Public Places April 15 th, 2009 City of Bellingham, Washington April 1 April 15 April 22 May 6 Introduction, Character and Boundary Study Areas
Hopkins Blake Road LRT Station Area Development Guidelines May 2015 Sponsored by: Blake Road Corridor Collaborative City of Hopkins Overview Hopkins is a dynamic community of over 17,000 residents located
Agenda Item E-1 City of Tacoma Planning and Development Services To: Planning Commission From: Elliott Barnett, Planning Services Division Subject: Tacoma Mall Regional Center Subarea Plan and EIS Meeting
Welcome! Please sign-in and participate in the activities in the registration area before finding your seat. Thank you! Planning Kickoff July 31, 2018 University of Baltimore Public Planning Kick-off Agenda
History: a Grand Urban Boulevard 1890 1910: At its peak, Euclid Avenue, "Millionaire's Row," was considered the second most beautiful urban street in the country next to Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. 1910-2030:
Attachment B Summary of Plan Alternatives Report Based on community ideas and feedback to date, a series of draft alternative scenarios for the future of downtown s neighborhood districts have been created
Sahuarita District & Phase 1 Master Plan Town Council December 11, 2017 Visioning Study Visioning Process Advisory Group Meetings Community Questionnaire Town Center Case Studies Community Analysis The
Urban Design and Livability City of Sacramento Planning Academy April 6, 2015 Bruce Monighan AIA Urban Design Manager, City of Sacramento How do we define cities in their characteristics of livability?
PLACEMAKING & MOBILITY WORKSHOP January 27, 2016 Boston needs more housing. But there is no one-size fitsall solution. Every neighborhood has its own character. In some places, density is not only appropriate
Welcome to the Oakridge Centre Open House Why is the City hosting this event? This open house is to inform you of a rezoning application submitted to the City of Vancouver to amend the existing CD-1 (Comprehensive
2004 Strategic Planning Report The 2003 Strategic Planning Steering Committee compiled and presented this report to the Olathe City Council on March 25, 2004. This is the result of community meetings conducted
Town Center (part of the Comprehensive Plan) Mercer Island Town Center Looking North (2014) In 1994, a year-long process culminated in a set of design guidelines and code requirements for the Town Center
South Davis County COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT Davis/SLC Community Connector Bus Rapid Transit line connecting SLC & Davis County RTP Phase 1 Project Generate 3,100 average weekday riders Relieve congestion on
About Momentum Midland Achieving a community s full potential in terms of economic development and quality of life is critically important to its long term sustainability. Core to achieving this is a vibrant
D-O LRT Zoning Discussion Chapel Hill Boards & Commissions October 16, 2017 Update on Overall D-O LRT Station Area Initiative Objectives Design and educate on principles of Good Transit-Oriented Development
Atlanta BeltLine Subareas 9 & 10 Master Plan Updates March 26, 2018 Washington Park Jamboree 1 22 miles, connecting 45 neighborhoods 22 MILES of transit 46 MILES of streetscapes and complete streets 33
Welcome! Far Northeast Area Plan Meeting #3 Council District 11 Town Hall Meeting Resource Fair Jan. 30, 2018 Tonight s Agenda 6:15- Welcome and Councilmember Remarks 6:25- Presentation 6:45- Activities
DOWNTOWN VISIONING FORUM AGENDA JUNE 5, 2014 Welcome and Introductions Evolution of the Downtown Proposed Downtown Plan Overview and Process Have Your Say! Next Steps Closing Comments 1 WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS
Meeting #4 Summary of Public Input & Discussion of Alternatives May 6 th, 2009 City of Bellingham, Washington April 1 April 15 April 22 May 6 Introduction, Character and Boundary Study Areas Public Realm:
Coliseum Station Area Area Redevelopment Plan Public Engagement #1 June 12, 2017 Welcome Engagement Purpose Introduce the project Share information Gather input Project Updates & Newsletter edmonton.ca/coliseumplan
DRAFT PLAN PRESENTATION 1.23.2018 AGENDA Process Project Schedule Results from Visioning Workshop Draft Plan Highlights Concept Plans Feedback Next Steps PROJECT SCHEDULE KICK-OFF WORKSHOP August 29 th
What We Heard Report Phase 3: Objectives + Priorities December 2016 Project Website www.edmonton.ca/breathe TABLE OF CONTENTS PROJECT OVERVIEW 1 What is Breathe? 2 What is the goal of the project? 3 What
Stadium District Masterplan Masterplan (noun): an evolving long-term planning document that establishes the framework and key elements of a site. It reflects a clear vision synthesizing developer goals
Envisioning the University District Link Light Rail in Seattle s neighborhoods CIY OF SEALE CONCEP-LEVEL SAION AREA PLANNING RECOMMENDAION RESOLUION # 30165 EXHIBI L Vision 08.2000 he University District
A New Zoning Code for a 21st Century Los Angeles To create livable communities, encourage sustainable development and foster economic vitality, we need a modern and user-friendly zoning code we need to
Subregion 4 Central Avenue-Metro Blue Line Corridor Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Implementation Project Community Meeting April 27, 2011 Overview Introduction to Subregion 4 TOD Implementation Program
City Council March 27, 2018 Parks, Recreation, and Trails Master Plan Planning Process Develop Goals and Objectives Inventory of Areas and Facilities Needs Assessment And Identification Public Participation
Public Open House YWCA, 87 Elm Street December 2nd, 2017, 10 a.m. 2 p.m. 1 A 25-Year Downtown Plan A blueprint for future growth and infrastructure in the heart of Toronto Ensuring growth contributes positively
1 Plan Overview WHAT IS I THE CLEMMONS COMMUNITY COMPASS? The Clemmons Community Compass is our community s comprehensive plan. It serves as our blueprint and provides direction for the future of the Village
Marpole Community Plan Parks and Open Space Community Workshop, March 13 th, 2013 Overview 1 Community Plan 2 City-wide initiatives 3 4 Overview 1 Community Plan 2 City-wide initiatives 3 4 Marpole: Boundaries