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4 Tehachapi General Plan Update-Tony Perez

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Comprehensive New Urbanism for Comprehensive Plans - Perez - CNU17

Comprehensive New Urbanism for Comprehensive Plans - Perez - CNU17

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  • 1. TEHACHAPI GENERAL PLAN UPDATE
  • 2. A SMALL, MOUNTAIN TOWN IN NATURE
  • 3. ‘Maintain Tehachapi’s high quality of life and its unique character as a Small Mountain Town” Source: 1999 Tehachapi General Plan
  • 4. Tract 6714 77 lots Tract 6062 80 lots Tract 6497 60 lots Tract 4927 12 lots Tract 6554 95 lots Tract 6216 314 lots Total vacant legal lots 638 DEVELOPMENT INTEREST
  • 5. COMMUNITY CONCERN
  • 6. Sphere of Influence City Limits THE CURRENT SYSTEM: USE-BASED GENERAL PLAN & ZONING
  • 7. WHAT DIRECTION?
  • 8. IDENTIFYING THE COMMUNITY VISION Interim Community Design Program
  • 9. THE PLANNING AREA: 23 SQ MI / 15,000 ACRES
  • 10. NEIGHBORHOOD AS BASIC BUILDING BLOCK
  • 11. EXISTING COMMUNITY STRUCTURE
  • 12. APPLYING THE OPERATING SYSTEM TO TEHACHAPI
  • 13. COMMUNITY-GENERATED VISION
  • 14. RESULT: DESIGN-BASED VISION
  • 15. Do wnto wn : Areas 1A and 1B
  • 16. Tuc ke r Ro ad : Area 2
  • 17. Ce ntral Ne ig hbo rho o ds : Areas 3A and 3B
  • 18. S o uthe rn Ne ig hbo rho o ds : Areas 4A and 4B
  • 19. Fre e way Co rrido r: Area 5A
  • 20. Capital Hills : Area 5B
  • 21. S urro unding Uninc o rpo rate d Lands : Areas U1- U5
  • 22. ESTABLISHING THE COMMUNITY VISION: VISION AS STRATEGY
  • 23. • PRINCIPLES Place Infrastructure/Environment Civic Health / Culture • DIRECTION Intent and Role by Area VISION AS STRATEGY: COMPOSITE OF 6 PLANNING AREAS
  • 24. VISION AS STRATEGY: INITIATIVES BY PLANNING AREA
  • 25. 10,700 to 8,300 Crafting the Vision: Intensity Evaluation
  • 26. Buildout [a]: 11,416 dwellings and 30,490 people % % 2.0 1.5 % 5% 2.5 3. 5% 4. New Dwellings Added: 8,300 [a] to 10,760 New Persons Added: 22,161 [a] to 28,730 2009 2037 2045 2060 2072 2095 Existing: 4.5% 3.5% 2.5% 2.0% 1.5% 3,116 dwellings 8,328 persons Crafting the Vision: Growth-Rate
  • 27. Economic and Fiscal Factors • Valley population of 30,000 • Leverage regional location for jobs • Regional retail / services for Town and Valley • ‘Expand’ Downtown Utility Investment Factors • Initial Cost • 30-year Maintenance Cost • Operating/ Energy Cost • Proximity to Existing Infrastructure • Elevation/ Distance Crafting the Vision
  • 28. APPLYING THE COMMUNITY VISION REGULATORY SYSTEM
  • 29. A PHYSICALLY – BASED GENERAL PLAN VIS ION AND CONS ERVATION COMMUNITY VIS ION AS S TRATEGY AND GROWTH PRIORITIES CLEAR DIRECTION VIS ION AS QUANTITY A USE – BASED GENERAL PLAN
  • 30. TOD TND CLD
  • 31. COMMUNITY STRUCTURE / SECTOR PLAN: Targeting Growth
  • 32. SECTOR AND COMMUNITY-TYPE ALLOCATION
  • 33. This is not a phasing plan but instead a way to help inform the deployment of Tehachapi’s limited resources PLACE-TYPES AND INTENTION PLAN
  • 34. REGULATING PLAN
  • 35. APPLYING THE COMMUNITY VISION ALLOCATING TYPES TO GENERATE DESIRED RESULTS
  • 36. Common topics but varying characteristics from one to another A RANGE OF DESIRED ENVIRONMENTS
  • 37. OPEN SPACE TYPES THOROUGHFARE TYPES BUILDING TYPES FRONTAGE TYPES
  • 38. TAILORED TRANSECT ZONES AND CHARACTERISTICS
  • 39. APPLYING THE COMMUNITY VISION THE GENERAL PLAN DOCUMENT
  • 40. Use-based Great detail about EIR info Low detail about Vision Quantity-oriented ‘Guidance’ is not consistent across topics Verbose nature and low ease of use marginalizes effectiveness UNCLEAR and RAISES MORE QUESTIONS THAN IT ANSWERS
  • 41. Physically-based EIR type info in appendices All about Vision Implementation-oriented BASED ON A PHYSICAL Integral and consistent guidance across topics VISION TAILORED TO High clarity and ease of use raises effectiveness TEHACHAPI CLEAR, RELEVANT AND USEFUL
  • 42. DOCUMENT ORGANIZATION AND STRUCTURE
  • 43. VISION CONVEYED TO READER
  • 44. VISION CONVEYED TO READER
  • 45. • Frame wo rk o f Co mpo ne nts The com ponents needed to express the com unity’ m s vision are described and connected to the regulatory structure so that each Elem supports and im ent plem ents the vision. 8 ELEMENTS: BRIEF AND DIRECT
  • 46. POLICIES, ANTICIPATED RESULTS AND ACTIONS
  • 47. ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE FRAMEWORK

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