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#12 - Comp Plan - Trends & Implications #12 - Comp Plan - Trends & Implications Presentation Transcript

  • Direct Demands Trends & Implications
  • Topics
    • Population
    • Land Use
    • Drainage
    • Transportation
  • Review Of Current Chapter
    • Focuses on projected growth in
    Housing Population 14% 24% 41% Change 168,300 148,000 119,783 Total 2010 2000 1990 19% 32% 58% Change 60,500 50,750 38,553 Total 2010 2000 1990
  • Population Trends 139,307 123,649 Total 13% 22% Change 16,686 15,017 Ham Lake 44,005 44,479 Coon Rapids 623 508 Columbus 50,987 39,597 Blaine 27,006 24,048 Andover 2020 2010
  • Trends: Pct Growth in Decade 13% 22% Total 11% 27% Ham Lake -1% 7% Coon Rapids 23% 6% Columbus 29% 39% Blaine 12% 41% Andover 2020 2010
  • Implications
    • 1.3% average annual increase in development regulation
    • Growth management remains an important and vital opportunity to influence water management
  • Expectations for Management
    • Steady increase in demand for recreation and wildlife oriented uses
  • Land Use
    • Current Plan
      • Provides general statistics
      • Population forecasts were off -24%
      • Describes general demands for water & related resources (No numbers)
  • Trends & Projected Changes
  • Implications
    • 7,500 acre decrease in agricultural & vacant land
    • 45 to 50 acres per year average 2010 – 2020
    • 110 to 130 permit applications per year
    • 7,800 acre increase in impervious surface mostly in headwaters
  • Expectations for Management
    • Turbidity and TSS problems occurring elsewhere in watershed
    • Gradual increases in demand across programs
  • Drainage
    • Current Plan
      • Describes nature of drainage demand
      • Describes drainage system as ‘Generally Acceptable Condition’
      • Differentiated ditches based on their role (Ag, Stormwater, Collector, Trunk)
      • Set standards for each role
        • Condition
        • Maintenance
  •  
  • Trends
    • 17% decrease in drainage dependent/ sensitive lands
    • 642 acres
  • Implications from Changes in Demand for Drainage
    • Overall Demand for drainage decreases
  • Expectations for Drainage Management
    • Changes in maintenance standards in much of the watershed
    • Need to inspect ‘critical reaches’ to ensure drainage on remaining lands (annually?)
    • Use of public ditches for water storage likely to increase in short term
  • Transportation
    • Current Plan
    • General description of road system
  • Trends
    • Traffic volumes expected to increase
  • Implications
    • More aggressive winter maintenance (salt & sand = Chlorides & TSS)
  • Expectations
    • Winter maintenance (Use of salt)
  • Questions? Thank You Coon Creek Watershed District