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  1. 1. Civic Engagement with GIS greatly improved Community Priority Area designations in the SCR Corridor at over 80 public meetings. 2008 Community Priority Areas This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 “Weir Redevelopment Area” Priority Development Area (PDA) City of Taunton 2013 Selected Decision-Making GIS Layers Industrial Zoning This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 Business Zoning 2013 Community Priority Areas This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 “Weir Redevelopment Area [293-14]” Priority Development Area (PDA) City of Taunton MassDEP Wetland Bodies Wild and Scenic Taunton River .25 mile 44 .25 mile 44 .25 mile 44 138 138 138 293-14 138 138 former approach current approach intra-municipal focus paper maps presented side by side general boundaries drawn by hand inter-municipal and regional focus layered map data presented interactively precise and practical boundaries based on relevant geographic information 138
  2. 2. AGENDA FOR TODAY 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM: Presentation • Priority Area Project Context • “Pre-Game” for Civic Engagement with GIS • “Points of Departure” that place clear parameters on your public workshop • “Before, During, and After” Case Studies
  3. 3. AGENDA FOR TODAY 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM: Presentation • Priority Area Project Context • “Pre-Game” for Civic Engagement with GIS • “Points of Departure” that place clear parameters on your public workshop • “Before, During, and After” Case Studies 9:30 AM - 10:00 AM: GIS Working Session • We’ll simulate a GIS workshop
  4. 4. AGENDA FOR TODAY 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM: Presentation • Priority Area Project Context • “Pre-Game” for Civic Engagement with GIS • “Points of Departure” that place clear parameters on your public workshop • “Before, During, and After” Case Studies 9:30 AM - 10:00 AM: GIS Working Session • We’ll simulate a GIS workshop 10:00 AM - 10:15 AM: Next Steps for Priority Areas • What are applications of Priority Development Areas (PDAs) and Priority Protection Areas (PPAs)?
  5. 5. Priority Area Boundaries Selected Parcels and Overlays Environmental Considerations Zoning Districts The public used over 50 GIS layers to make clear, data-driven changes to their community Priority Areas.
  6. 6. 5-Year Update of South Coast Rail Priority Areas Figure B-1: Community Development and Protection Priorities South Coast Rail Community Priority Areas, 2013 CANTON Priority Protection Areas (PPAs) Priority Development Areas (PPAs) Combined PDA/PPAs STOUGHTON 4 Miles SHARON FOXBOROUGH EASTON PLAINVILLE MANSFIELD BRIDGEWATER NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH NORTON RAYNHAM ATTLEBORO TAUNTON MIDDLEBOROUGH SEEKONK REHOBOTH DIGHTON BERKLEY LAKEVILLE WAREHAM FREETOWN SWANSEA ROCHESTER SOMERSET ACUSHNET FALL RIVER MARION MATTAPOISETT FAIRHAVEN DARTMOUTH WESTPORT NEW BEDFORD 3
  7. 7. SOUTH COAST RAIL CORRIDOR LAND USE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN FIVE-YEAR COMMUNITY PRIORITY AREA UPDATE COMMUNITY MEETINGS 06/30/2013 Community Acushnet Attleboro Berkley RPA SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD Introduction 1/3/2013 1/15/2013 12/5/2012 Bridgewater OCPC 3/5/2013 Dartmouth Dighton SRPEDD SRPEDD 12/17/2012 12/12/2012 Easton OCPC 3/11/2013 Fairhaven Fall River Foxboro Freetown Lakeville Mansfield Marion Mattapoisett Middleborough New Bedford North Attleborough Norton Raynham Rehoboth Rochester Seekonk Sharon Somerset 12/27/2012 12/10/2012 5/3/2013 12/17/2012 1/7/2013 1/16/2013 12/18/2012 12/11/2012 2/4/2013 1/7/2013 12/6/2012 12/20/2012 12/11/2012 12/10/2012 1/7/2013 12/19/2012 5/2/2013 1/9/2013 3/19/2013 3/13/2013 5/21/2013 Swansea Taunton Wareham SRPEDD SRPEDD MAPC SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD MAPC SRPEDD OCPC/ MAPC SRPEDD SRPEDD SRPEDD Preliminary 3/26/2013 2/22/2013 3/21/2013 3/4/2013 4/11/2013 1/17/2013 1/24/2013 2/26/2013 5/6/2013 2/20/2013 3/14/2013 5/6/2013 3/11/2013 3/6/2013 3/12/2013 3/12/2013 3/10/2013 3/20/2013 2/21/2013 3/5/2013 3/5/2013 3/19/2013 2/28/2013 3/28/2013 2/27/2013 5/14/2013 4/25/2013 1/8/2013 1/30/2013 1/15/2013 5/30/2013 5/29/2013 6/10/2013 Westport SRPEDD 2/6/2013 1/19/2013 4/17/2013 3/2/2013 4/10/2013 Stoughton 12/3/2012 Public 5/24/2013 5/30/2013 5/9/2013 4/24/2013 5/20/2013 5/29/2013 5/7/2013 5/20/2013 5/9/2013 6/13/2013 5/21/2013 5/28/2013 5/15/2013 5/16/2013 5/20/2013 6/25/2013 5/13/2013 5/16/2013 5/23/2013 5/2/2013 5/1/2013 5/15/2013 5/14/2013 6/19/2013 5/23/2013 6/4/2013
  8. 8. “PRE-GAME”: SET CLEAR GOALS What is your final deliverable? • Land use planning maps • Reports
  9. 9. “PRE-GAME”: SET CLEAR GOALS What is your final deliverable? • Land use planning maps • Reports Who is your audience? • For us: municipal partners, regional advocacy groups, state colleagues, and the general public • For you? Maybe board members, special interests, fellow coworkers, or the public
  10. 10. “PRE-GAME”: SET CLEAR GOALS What is your final deliverable? • Land use planning maps • Reports Who is your audience? • For us: municipal partners, regional advocacy groups, state colleagues, and the general public • For you? Maybe board members, special interests, fellow coworkers, or the public What rules are there for the process? • Who will make the final decisions? • What is your role? Are you a participant or are you there as a facilitator?
  11. 11. BASE MAP LAYERS such as
  12. 12. BASE MAP LAYERS such as roadways
  13. 13. BASE MAP LAYERS such as roadways water bodies
  14. 14. BASE MAP LAYERS such as roadways water bodies town boundaries
  15. 15. CURRENT ASSETS LAYERS such as
  16. 16. CURRENT ASSETS LAYERS such as sewer service areas
  17. 17. CURRENT ASSETS LAYERS such as sewer service areas recent developments
  18. 18. CURRENT ASSETS LAYERS such as sewer service areas recent developments transit service
  19. 19. NATURAL RESOURCE LAYERS such as
  20. 20. NATURAL RESOURCE LAYERS such as aquifers
  21. 21. NATURAL RESOURCE LAYERS such as aquifers kk jj k j k j k j k j k j habitats k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j kj jk k j k j k k jj k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j kj k jk j k j k j k j k j k j
  22. 22. NATURAL RESOURCE LAYERS such as aquifers k j k j k j k j kk jj k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j kj jk k j k j k k jj k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j kj k jk j k j k j k j k j k j conservation areas k j habitats
  23. 23. STATE PROGRAM LAYERS such as
  24. 24. STATE PROGRAM LAYERS such as expedited permitting sites (CH 43D, GDI)
  25. 25. STATE PROGRAM LAYERS such as expedited permitting sites (CH 43D, GDI) smart growth initiatives (CH 40R)
  26. 26. STATE PROGRAM LAYERS such as expedited permitting sites (CH 43D, GDI) smart growth initiatives (CH 40R) environmental justice block groups
  27. 27. MUNICIPAL LAYERS such as
  28. 28. MUNICIPAL LAYERS such as orthophotography
  29. 29. MUNICIPAL LAYERS such as orthophotography zoning
  30. 30. MUNICIPAL LAYERS such as orthophotography zoning parcels
  31. 31. BONUS LAYERS such as
  32. 32. BONUS LAYERS such as WalkScore
  33. 33. BONUS LAYERS such as WalkScore school walksheds
  34. 34. BONUS LAYERS such as WalkScore school walksheds population and employment densities
  35. 35. CONSIDER DATA SOURCES such as
  36. 36. CONSIDER DATA SOURCES such as state and national GIS agencies
  37. 37. CONSIDER DATA SOURCES such as state and national GIS agencies regional groups
  38. 38. CONSIDER DATA SOURCES such as state and national GIS agencies regional groups cities and towns
  39. 39. C:gis your one and only GIS archive - everything lives in here
  40. 40. C:gis your one and only GIS archive - everything lives in here C:gismassgis C:gissrpedd SHP SHP all your shapefiles from MassGIS all your shapefiles from SRPEDD
  41. 41. C:gis your one and only GIS archive - everything lives in here C:gismassgis C:gissrpedd SHP SHP all your shapefiles from MassGIS all your shapefiles from SRPEDD C:gissrpeddberkley SHP all SRPEDD’s work for the town of Berkley
  42. 42. C:gis your one and only GIS archive - everything lives in here C:gismassgis C:gissrpedd SHP SHP all your shapefiles from MassGIS all your shapefiles from SRPEDD C:gissrpeddberkley SHP all SRPEDD’s work for the town of Berkley C:gistools C:gisorthos specialty ArcMap models specialty data such as ortho photos
  43. 43. C:gis.zip your one and only GIS archive - ZIP up your complete, portable archive
  44. 44. Z South Coast Rail Priority Area 5-Year Update à WEST BRIDGEWATER î é ( ! é î ( ! HALIFAX Subregion 3: Berkley, Dighton, Lakeville, Raynham, Taunton à BRIDGEWATER NORTON 495 18 Map 3: Economic Development and Infrastructure 138 à Colleges and Universities v Hospitals Z Airport RAYNHAM 140 24 TAUNTON EOHED Chapter 43D Districts ® v Industrial Parks à Economic Opportunity Areas (EOAs) MIDDLEBOROUGH é ( ! î EOHED Growth Districts Initiative MassDEP Activity and Use Limitation (AUL) Brownfield Sites SRTA/GATRA Fixed Bus Routes 44 Z é ( ! î Sewer Service é ( ! î Active Agriculture Water Municipal Boundaries Interstates Arterials and Collectors Local Roads î é ! ( MBTA Commuter Rail Stations MBTA Commuter Rail Lines î é ! ( MBTA Proposed Stations DIGHTON MBTA Proposed Rail Lines This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. BERKLEY Z 140 LAKEVILLE REHOBOTH February 2013 FREETOWN SWANSEA 1 mile SOMERSET ROCHESTER
  45. 45. South Coast Rail Priority Area 5-Year Update WEST BRIDGEWATER î é ( ! é î ( ! HALIFAX Subregion 3: Berkley, Dighton, Lakeville, Raynham, Taunton BRIDGEWATER NORTON 495 18 Map 2: Open Space & Developed Land Developed Land RAYNHAM Open Space (Protected In Perpetuity) 140 138 Open Space (Limited Protection) Open Space (Term-Limited or Unknown) 24 TAUNTON Open Space (No Protection) MIDDLEBOROUGH é ( ! î Active Agriculture Water Municipal Boundaries Interstates Arterials and Collectors é ( ! é ( ! î î 44 MBTA Commuter Rail Stations î Local Roads é ! ( MBTA Commuter Rail Lines î é ! ( MBTA Proposed Stations MBTA Proposed Rail Lines BERKLEY DIGHTON This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. 140 LAKEVILLE REHOBOTH February 2013 FREETOWN 1 mile SOMERSET é ( ! î SWANSEA ROCHESTER
  46. 46. South Coast Rail Priority Area 5-Year Update WEST BRIDGEWATER î é ( ! é î ( ! HALIFAX Subregion 3: Berkley, Dighton, Lakeville, Raynham, Taunton BRIDGEWATER NORTON 495 18 Map 4: Water Resources DEP Approved Zone II Aquifers High-Yield Aquifers RAYNHAM Medium-Yield Aquifers 140 138 Interim Wellhead Protection Areas (IWPAs) 24 TAUNTON DEP Outstanding Resource Waters Public Water Supply Watershed DEP Wetland Bodies MIDDLEBOROUGH î é ( ! DF&G Coldwater Streams/Fisheries Water Municipal Boundaries Interstates 44 î é ! ( é ( ! é ( ! î Local Roads î Arterials and Collectors MBTA Commuter Rail Stations MBTA Commuter Rail Lines î é ! ( MBTA Proposed Stations MBTA Proposed Rail Lines DIGHTON This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. BERKLEY 140 LAKEVILLE REHOBOTH February 2013 FREETOWN SWANSEA 1 mile SOMERSET ROCHESTER
  47. 47. k j k j BioMap2 Critical Natural Landscapes k j k j k j k j Water k j k j k j kk k jj j k j k ( k ! jj é ( ! î é k j k j k j k j HALIFAX k j kk jj k j k j k j k j kk jj 495 kj jk k j k j BRIDGEWATER k j k j k j k j k j 18 k j k j k j RAYNHAM 138 k j 24 TAUNTON k j é ( ! k j k j k j k j k j k j Municipal Boundaries k j WEST BRIDGEWATER î Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC) k j k j k j k j k j î k j k k j j kk jj k j k j j k j k South Coast Rail k j k j k j k j k k kk j k j jj Priority Area j k k jj j k k j k j 5-Year Update k j k j k kk j jj kkk jjj k j k j k j kk jjk k j k k jj j k Subregion 3: Berkley, j j k k j j k j k k j k j k j k j k j Dighton, Lakeville, k j k k k j j j NORTON k k j j Raynham, Taunton k j k j k j k j k j Map 5: Biodiversity and j k j k k j k j Natural Resources k k j kk k jj j j k j k j k j k j k j k k j j j NHESP Certified Vernal Pool k k j j kj jk k kk jj All Areas Prime Farmland (NRCS k j k j SSURGO-Certified Soils) 140 k k j j NHESP Priority Habitats k j k k j j BioMap2 Core Habitat k j k j k j k j k j Arterials and Collectors ( ! k j k j é k ( j ! î î î ! ( é k j MBTA Commuter Rail Lines é k j k j k k j 44 MBTA Commuter Rail Stations î Local Roads ! ( k j k j Interstates é MIDDLEBOROUGH MBTA Proposed Stations MBTA Proposed Rail Lines k j k j kk jj k j k j k j DIGHTON This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. k j k j BERKLEY 140 LAKEVILLE k j REHOBOTH k j k k j j k j k j k j February 2013 kk jj k j k k j j k j k j FREETOWN 1 mile k j kj jk kk jj SWANSEA k j k j SOMERSET ROCHESTER k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k j k k j j
  48. 48. South Coast Rail Priority Area 5-Year Update WEST BRIDGEWATER î é ( ! é î ( ! HALIFAX Subregion 3: Berkley, Dighton, Lakeville, Raynham, Taunton BRIDGEWATER NORTON 495 18 Map 6: Housing and Environmental Justice (EJ) EOEEA 2010 EJ Block Group (Minority) EOEEA 2010 EJ Block Group (Income) RAYNHAM TAUNTON 140 46% EOEEA 2010 EJ Block Group (English Isolation) 28% HPP 138 EOEEA 2010 EJ Block Group (Minority and Income) 24 Municipal Boundaries MIDDLEBOROUGH î é ( ! SRTA/GATRA Fixed Bus Routes EOHED Chapter 40R Districts Interstates Arterials and Collectors 44 é ( ! é ( ! MBTA Commuter Rail Stations î î ! ( î Local Roads é MBTA Commuter Rail Lines î é ! ( MBTA Proposed Stations MBTA Proposed Rail Lines HPP Current Housing Production Plan Percent of a community’s total 35% housing units that are affordable to households with incomes ≤ 80% the area median income (AMI). Note: 35% of all housing units in the South Coast Rail region are affordable to these households. This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. DIGHTON BERKLEY 21% 7% 140 LAKEVILLE 10% REHOBOTH February 2013 FREETOWN 1 mile SOMERSET é ( ! î SWANSEA ROCHESTER
  49. 49. South Coast Rail Priority Area 5-Year Update EASTON î é ( ! é î ( ! HALIFAX Subregion 3: Berkley, Dighton, Lakeville, Raynham, Taunton BRIDGEWATER NORTON 495 18 Map 1: Community Priority Area Designations, 2008-09 Priority Development Areas (PDAs) Priority Protection Areas (PPAs) RAYNHAM Combined PDA/PPA 140 138 Overlapping Priority Areas 24 Water Municipal Boundaries MIDDLEBOROUGH é ( ! î Interstates TAUNTON Arterials and Collectors Local Roads î é ! ( MBTA Commuter Rail Stations MBTA Commuter Rail Lines 44 é ( ! é ( ! î MBTA Proposed Stations î î é ! ( MBTA Proposed Rail Lines BERKLEY DIGHTON 140 LAKEVILLE This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. February 2013 FREETOWN SWANSEA ROCHESTER SOMERSET 1 mile î é ( !
  50. 50. 2013 Common Municipal Decision-Making GIS Layers Taunton Business District Taunton Highway Business Taunton Open Space/Conservation Taunton Office District Taunton Industrial District This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 Taunton Parcel Boundaries Taunton Urban Residential .5 mile
  51. 51. South Coast Rail Priority Area 5-Year Update EASTON î é ( ! é î ( ! HALIFAX Subregion 3: Berkley, Dighton, Lakeville, Raynham, Taunton BRIDGEWATER NORTON 495 18 Map 1: Community Priority Area Designations, 2008-09 Priority Development Areas (PDAs) Priority Protection Areas (PPAs) RAYNHAM Combined PDA/PPA 140 138 Overlapping Priority Areas 24 Water Municipal Boundaries MIDDLEBOROUGH é ( ! î Interstates TAUNTON Arterials and Collectors Local Roads î é ! ( MBTA Commuter Rail Stations MBTA Commuter Rail Lines 44 é ( ! é ( ! î MBTA Proposed Stations î î é ! ( MBTA Proposed Rail Lines BERKLEY DIGHTON 140 LAKEVILLE This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. February 2013 FREETOWN SWANSEA ROCHESTER SOMERSET 1 mile î é ( !
  52. 52. MAKING YOUR OWN GENERAL DESIGNATIONS (EXAMPLE) Key development related layer(s)
  53. 53. MAKING YOUR OWN GENERAL DESIGNATIONS (EXAMPLE) Key development related layer(s) • draft general boundaries to use as guides
  54. 54. MAKING YOUR OWN GENERAL DESIGNATIONS (EXAMPLE) Key development related layer(s) • draft general boundaries to use as guides Key preservation related layer(s)
  55. 55. MAKING YOUR OWN GENERAL DESIGNATIONS (EXAMPLE) Key development related layer(s) • draft general boundaries to use as guides Key preservation related layer(s) • draft general boundaries to use as guides
  56. 56. MAKING YOUR OWN GENERAL DESIGNATIONS (EXAMPLE) Key development related layer(s) • draft general boundaries to use as guides Key preservation related layer(s) • draft general boundaries to use as guides Synthesize and digitize
  57. 57. LOCAL KNOWLEDGE is just as important as any of this GIS stuff!
  58. 58. LOCAL KNOWLEDGE is just as important as any of this GIS stuff!
  59. 59. 2008 Community Priority Areas This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 “Weir Redevelopment Area” Priority Development Area (PDA) City of Taunton .25 mile 44 138 138
  60. 60. 2013 Selected Decision-Making GIS Layers This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 Industrial Zoning Business Zoning MassDEP Wetland Bodies Wild and Scenic Taunton River .25 mile 44 138 138
  61. 61. 2013 Community Priority Areas This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 “Weir Redevelopment Area [293-14]” Priority Development Area (PDA) City of Taunton .25 mile 44 138 293-14 138
  62. 62. 2008 Community Priority Areas “#1 Canoe River Corridor” and “#2 Canoe River Aquifer” Priority Protection Areas (PPAs) Town of Mansfield This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 .5 mile 106 106 495
  63. 63. 2013 Selected Decision-Making GIS Layers MassDEP Approved Zone II This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 MassDEP Wetland Bodies MassDEP Wetland Body 200” Buffers Town Boundaries .5 mile 106 106 495
  64. 64. 2013 Community Priority Areas This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 “Canoe River Zone II Aquifer [157-08]” and “Canoe River Greenway [157-07]” Priority Protection Areas (PPAs) Town of Mansfield .25 mile 106 157-08 157-07 106 495
  65. 65. 2008 Community Priority Areas “Downtown Wareham Revitalization Area” and “Tremont Nail” Priority Development Areas (PDAs) Town of Wareham “North Main Street Historic District” and “South Main Street Historic District” Combined PDA/PPAs Town of Wareham This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 .25 mile 28 6 6 6
  66. 66. 2013 Selected Decision-Making GIS Layers This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 Parcel Boundaries Wareham Village Zoning MassDEP Wetland Bodies Agawam and Wankinco Rivers .25 mile 28 6 6 6
  67. 67. 2013 Community Priority Areas “Wareham Village [310-06]” Priority Development Area (PDA) Town of Wareham “Park Street Historic Area [310-15]” and “Lower Narrows Historic Area [310-013]” Combined PDA/PPAs Town of Wareham This map is for the sole purpose of aiding regional planning decisions and is not warranted for any other use. June 2013 “Agawam River [310-07]” and “Wankinco River [310-09]” Priority Protection Areas (PPAs) Town of Wareham .25 mile 310-09 28 310-15 310-07 310-06 6 6 6 310-13
  68. 68. SOUTH COAST RAIL 5-YEAR UPDATE 3 State Priority Area Designations 2 State Priority Area Map Regional Regional Priority Area Priority Map Area RPA Regional Screening Map Communities work alongside Regional Planning Agencies (RPAs) to designate Local Priority Areas RANDOLPH î î ! é ! ( î î î EAST BRIDGEWATER WEST BRIDGEWATER î é ! ( Water 5 miles é ! ( î MANSFIELD HALIFAX KINGSTON é é ! ! ( ( î î î é ! ( î é ! NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH HANSON î î é ! ( EASTON é ! ( Local Roads OKE Municipal Boundaries WHITMAN WRENTHAM Proposed MBTA Commuter Rail Lines MARSHFIELD Interstates Arterials and Collectors é ! ( é ! ( é FOXBOROUGH î BROCKTON é ! ! é ! ( é ! Proposed MBTA Commuter Rail Stations é ! ( î STOUGHTON SHARON MBTA Commuter Rail Lines ROCKLAND HANOVER ABINGTON AVON î î î ! ( é î é ! ( NORFOLK FRANKLIN PLAINVILLE î HOLBROOK WALPOLE ! é ! ( î î î é ! ( î !é ( ! ( é ! ( é MBTA Commuter Rail Stations î CANTON é é ! ( é é ( Combined ! PDA/PPA î î î î é ! ( Priority Development Areas (PDAs) SCITUATE Priority Protection Areas (PPAs) HINGHAM BRAINTREE WEYMOUTH NORWOOD MILLIS î î î é ! ( é ! ( é ! ( MEDFIELD é ! ( é ! ( î î é ! ( é ! ( î é ! ( î é ! ( î BRIDGEWATER PLYMPTON NORTON î é ! ( RAYNHAM ATTLEBORO ! é î TAUNTON é ! ( î MIDDLEBOROUGH é ! î î REHOBOTH BERKLEY DIGHTON CARVER LAKEVILLE WAREHAM î é ! SWANSEA FREETOWN ROCHESTER SOMERSET é ! é ! î ACUSHNET FALL RIVER î é ! NEW BEDFORD ! é î SEEKONK PLYMOUTH é ! ( MARION î 1 DARTMOUTH WESTPORT MATTAPOISETT FAIRHAVEN
  69. 69. Development Types Multifamily Residential Mixed Use Infill “Transformational” Mixed Use Development Office/Medical Park Retail / Dining / Entertainment Industrial
  70. 70. Suitability Criteria Travel Choices Walkable Communities Open Spaces Healthy Watersheds Current Assets Growth Potential
  71. 71. Priority Development Area Scoring Composite Score Criteria Scores Travel Choices Commuter Rail proximity Indicator Values Walkable Communities Sidewalks Open Spaces Rare Species Habitat Healthy Watersheds Current Assets Growth Potential Zone II Existing Businesses Recent / Proposed Developments Development Capacity 40R & 43D Districts MBTA / RTA bus proximity WalkScore™ Core Habitat Zone B Population/ Employment Density % Non-Auto Commuters Bike Lanes Agricultural Land Flood Zones Sewer Service Areas Interchange Proximity School Walksheds Undeveloped Land Average Parcel Size
  72. 72. Priority Preservation Areas – Suitability Criteria Indicators Department of Fish and Game Coldwater Fisheries NHESP BioMap2 Core Habitat NHESP BioMap2 Critical Natural Landscape NHESP Priority Habitats of Rare Species CVPs buffered 150 feet Aquifers - High and Medium Yield EPA Designated Sole Source Aquifers Prime Agricultural Soils Prime Forest Land DEP Approved Zone 2s within 2640 ft of any PWS well DEP Approved Zone 2s further than 2640 ft from any PWS well Interim Wellhead Protection Areas: 2640 ft buffer of only PWS Zone Bs DEP Wetlands 150-ft Buffer erased with BioMap2 CNL wetlands Rivers Protection Act Buffers NOAA composite shoreline 400-ft buffer Areas of Critical Environmental Concern Outstanding Resource Waters FEMA Q3 Flood (100-Year Floodplains) 1000 ft buffer of protected OpenSpace (buffer only) Weight 3 7 7 7 3 3 0.5 5 3 5 3 4 4 3 3 4 3 4 1.5 2 75 Description (GIS layer) Department of Fish and Game Coldwater Fisheries NHESP BioMap2 Core Habitat NHESP BioMap2 Critical Natural Landscape NHESP Priority Habitats of Rare Species CVPs buffered 150 feet Aquifers - High and Medium Yield EPA Designated Sole Source Aquifers Prime Agricultural Soils Prime Forest Land DEP Approved Zone 2s within 2640 ft of any PWS well DEP Approved Zone 2s further than 2640 ft from any PWS well Interim Wellhead Protection Areas: 2640 ft buffer of only PWS Zone Bs DEP Wetlands 150-ft Buffer erased with BioMap2 CNL wetlands Rivers Protection Act Buffers NOAA composite shoreline 400-ft buffer Areas of Critical Environmental Concern Outstanding Resource Waters FEMA Q3 Flood (100-Year Floodplains) 1000 ft buffer of protected OpenSpace (buffer only)
  73. 73. 5 YEARS OF LOCAL PLANNING 5-R MIDDLEBOROUGH Middleborough Downtown 1-R LAKEVILLE Assawompset Ponds Complex BERKLEY Lower Taunton River Protection Area 3-S 1-S Greenway Connection Mattapoisett River Aquifer Protection Area Freetown 2-S 2-R FREETOWN 4-S King's Highway 3-R LU Alden Road é ! ( é ! ( é ! ( î î ! ( é !é ( ! ( é ! ( é ! ( î HOLBROOK é ! ( ! é ED H Z é ! ( Zoning Type î ! (é ! î MBTA Commuter Rail Stations TAUNTON î SA SA REHOBOTH ! é î 5 miles SA Z MIDDLEBOROUGH é ! ( î Z î î ED SA é ! î ! ( Proposed MBTA Commuter Rail Lines Municipal Boundaries LYMPTON Water RAYNHAM E SA Z é é P T LU PLYMOUTH SA î ATTLEBORO MBTA Commuter Rail Lines é é ( Commuter ! Proposed MBTA! ! Rail Stations KINGSTON ( î î T E Z Zoning OKE é BRIDGEWATER NORTON Z é ! ( Z é ! ( HALIFAX é ! ( é ! î E î Z NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH E î î MANSFIELD SA Z H EAST BRIDGEWATER WEST BRIDGEWATER T SA SA î PLAINVILLE HANSON ! ( EASTON Transportation Planning WHITMAN é î Z WRENTHAM T ! ( ! ( BROCKTON î FOXBOROUGH StationMARSHFIELD Area Planning é é î î ! ( Housing Planning SA î é ! é ! Z é é ! ( é ED H LU SA SA ! ( î î NORFOLK FRANKLIN H ROCKLAND HANOVER LU Land Use Planning ABINGTON î î ! AVON STOUGHTON WALPOLE SHARON é ! ( Economic EDSCITUATE Development Planning é ! ( E Environmental Planning é ! ( î î î î é ! ( Freetown Planned Mixed Use District î CANTON î î é ! ( MILLIS HINGHAM BRAINTREE WEYMOUTH RANDOLPH î î NORWOOD Z “Octopus” Traffic Planning é ! ( Project Types é é ! ( é ! ( MEDFIELD T Battleship Cove Station Area é ! ( î î é ! ( SA Regional TDR Study î H Lakeville Housing Plan î E Acushnet River Walk Trail î ED Raynham Route 138 Corridor CARVER BERKLEY SEEKONK Z DIGHTON H H Z Z Z Z LAKEVILLE H H H Z LU ! î SWANSEA ED Z Z Z ACUSHNET Z SA ED H î é ! FALL RIVER ! SA SA Z é E Z Z é ! Z MATTAPOISETT é ! Z: 31 E: 9 H: 15 T: 4 SA: 16 LU: 4 ED ED Z Z LU DARTMOUTH ED H FAIRHAVEN Z Z WESTPORT ED: 12 MARION E NEW BEDFORD ED T SA Total Projects: 91 E Z E E WAREHAM H SA H Z î Z FREETOWN î ED ED ED H H î SOMERSET ROCHESTER é H

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