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HUD Grant Overview and Updates

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Presentation by Maggie Hales, Deputy Executive Director, East-West Gateway Council of Governments

Presentation by Maggie Hales, Deputy Executive Director, East-West Gateway Council of Governments

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  • Robust public engagement, with input from citizens and local officials Supported by research and data
  • Robust public engagement, with input from citizens and local officials Supported by research and data
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    • 1. Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant Livable St. Louis Conference June 3, 2011 Maggie Hales Deputy Executive Director East-West Gateway Council of Governments
    • 2.
      • Conference Theme:
      • Linking Local and Regional Solutions…
    • 3. East-West Gateway Council of Governments is a Regional Planning Organization Transportation & Community Planning Interoperable Communications Regional Security Planning Research
    • 4.  
    • 5. 4 th Highest Award, Nationwide 225 Applicants 45 Awards $4.68 Million
    • 6. Sustainable Grant Program
      • The goal is to foster integrated planning , to break down the silos, plan and collaborate together
        • Transportation
        • Environment
        • Housing
    • 7. Livability Principles*
      • Provide more transportation choices
      • Promote equitable, affordable housing
      • Enhance economic competitiveness
      • Support existing communities
      • Coordinate policies, leverage investment
      • Value communities & neighborhoods
      • *From HUD, EPA, DOT
    • 8. Governance Plan 11 Co-Applicants 23 Supporters
    • 9. HUD East-West Gateway Trailnet City of St. Louis St. Louis County Metro Citizens for Modern Transit Great Rivers Greenway District FOCUS Equal Housing Council Applied Research Universities 1 Award & Contract with HUD 10 Sub-Awards & Contracts SW IL Resource Conservation & Development
    • 10. Consortium Partners
          • City of St. Louis
            • With Metro - creating plans for transit oriented development (TOD)
            • Downtown multi-modal transportation analysis
          • St. Louis County
            • Affordable housing assessment
            • Redevelopment plans for underutilized property
          • FOCUS – Lead for public engagement
    • 11. Consortium Partners
          • Trailnet – Public outreach in CPA’s
            • Livable St. Louis network
            • Complete Streets Planning w/local governments
          • Great Rivers Greenway District – Public engagement, technical assistance, planning
          • Southwestern Illinois Resource Conservation & Development
            • Water infrastructure planning
            • Public outreach in CPA’s
    • 12. Consortium Partners
          • Metropolitan St. Louis Equal Housing Opportunity Council – housing analysis and assessments
          • Applied Research Collaborative – SLU, UMSL, SIUE - collecting data, creating data portal, scenario planning, technical assistance
          • Citizens for Modern Transit – outreach and education, assistance with TOD
    • 13. What Will We Do?
          • Create a Regional Plan for Sustainable Development
          • Foster existing initiatives that fit within the Livability Principles – for EXAMPLE
            • Metro’s Transit Oriented Development Plan
            • Trailnet’s Complete Streets Policy
            • St. Louis County’s Housing Assessment
              • Among others…
    • 14. Regional Plan for Sustainable Development
          • Select “community planning areas”
            • Based on transportation corridors, job clusters and commuting pattern
          • Develop sub-regional plans to be consistent with and inform the regional plan
    • 15.  
    • 16. Creating a Regional Plan with Local Variation Regional Plan for Sustainable Development Sub-Regional Plan Sub-Regional Plan Sub-Regional Plan
    • 17. Project Progress
        • Convened Steering Committee
          • May 20, 2011
          • June, July, September then Quarterly
        • Three subcommittees:
          • Public Engagement
          • Technical
          • Outcome Management
        • Project completion December 2013
    • 18. Questions… Jennifer Howland [email_address] Emily Fultz [email_address]

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