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April 9th 2008 Future Pointe Coupee Meeting

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    • 1. Pointe Coupee Parish Comprehensive Plan
    • 2. Metro Planning Director Portland, Oregon 1992 - 1997
    • 3.
      • Selected Projects
    • 4. Regional Planning and Visioning in Louisiana
    • 5. Proposal Outline
      • Information Gathering and Project Kick off
      • Forecasting and Modeling
      • Public Involvement and Outreach/Workshop
      • Scenario Development & Presentation
      • Comprehensive Plan Development
      • Implementation and Funding Strategies
      • Conceptual Implementation Plans (not funded)
      • Adoption
    • 6. Proposal Outline
      • Information Gathering and Project Kick off
      • Forecasting and Modeling
      • Public Involvement and Outreach/Workshop
      • Scenario Development & Presentation
      • Comprehensive Plan Development
      • Implementation and Funding Strategies
      • Conceptual Implementation Plans (not funded)
      • Adoption
    • 7. Existing Land Use Residential Commercial Open Space Industrial 1 Mile
    • 8. Proposal Outline
      • Information Gathering and Project Kick off
      • Forecasting and Modeling
      • Public Involvement and Outreach/Workshop
      • Scenario Development & Presentation
      • Comprehensive Plan Development
      • Implementation and Funding Strategies
      • Conceptual Implementation Plans (not funded)
      • Adoption
    • 9. Traditional Approach
      • The Present
      The Future
    • 10. Scenario Approach Plausible Stories about the future
    • 11. Proposal Outline
      • Information Gathering and Project Kick off
      • Forecasting and Modeling
      • Public Involvement and Outreach
      • Scenario Development & Presentation
      • Comprehensive Plan Development
      • Implementation and Funding Strategies
      • Conceptual Implementation Plans (not funded)
      • Adoption
    • 12. Working with Staff and Stakeholders
      • Parish Advisory Committee
    • 13. Workshops & Open Houses
    • 14. THE PROCESS:
      • Decided where NOT to grow
      • Chose a starter chip set
      • Arranged chips on map
      • Traded chips
      • Drew in roads and transit needed
      • Presented maps
      The Workshop Exercise Traverse City: October 17, 2007 Participants: Over 400 Maps produced: 40
    • 15. The Workshop Results All Chips at least 2 Hits State Highway 37 State Highway 72 State Highway 113 US Highway 31 US Highway 131 Development Types
    • 16. Chip Placement (Any Chip) State Highway 37 State Highway 72 State Highway 113 US Highway 31 US Highway 131 The Workshop Results Occurrence
    • 17. Total Housing Units State Highway 37 State Highway 72 State Highway 113 US Highway 31 US Highway 31 US Highway 131 The Workshop Results Number
    • 18. Total Jobs State Highway 37 State Highway 72 State Highway 113 US Highway 31 US Highway 31 US Highway 131 The Workshop Results Number
    • 19. Open Space by Occurrence State Highway 37 State Highway 72 State Highway 113 US Highway 31 US Highway 31 US Highway 131 The Workshop Results “ Preservation of agriculture, public lands, and urban park space” “ Protect natural resources, water quality, natural features and open space” “ Emphasize purchase of development rights in key approach areas to preserve open space and the rural look” “ Protect our watershed for clean water” “ High density for the sake of preserving open space” Occurrence
    • 20. Proposal Outline
      • Information Gathering and Project Kick off
      • Forecasting and Modeling
      • Public Involvement and Outreach/Workshop
      • Scenario Development & Presentation
      • Comprehensive Plan Development
      • Implementation and Funding Strategies
      • Conceptual Implementation Plans (not funded)
      • Adoption
    • 21. Modeling the Scenarios Transportation Analysis Roadway Impact Ridership Market Constraints Development Program Commercial Demand Housing Needs Land Use Scenario Development Sustainability Urban Design
    • 22.
      • These are the three scenarios we’ve built using all of the maps:
        • Trend
        • Workshop Consensus
        • Compact and Mixed Use
      Scenarios
    • 23. Scenarios Trend
    • 24. Scenarios Workshop Consensus
    • 25. Scenarios Compact and Mixed Use
    • 26.  
    • 27. Table #2
    • 28. Streetscapes
    • 29. Example: Talent Oregon
    • 30. Talent, OR
    • 31. Highway Oriented Site Plan Example
    • 32.  
    • 33.  
    • 34.  
    • 35. Well Designed Density Urban-Advantage.com
    • 36. Modeling the Scenarios Transportation Analysis Sewer and Water needs Roadway Impact Drainage Market Constraints Development Program Commercial Demand Housing Needs Land Use Scenario Development Sustainability Urban Design
    • 37. Workshop Maps Majority Saint Francisville US 61 LA 66 Chips were concentrated primarily in the southern area of the Parish
    • 38. Plan Map
    • 39. The boundaries of Star Hill-Independence established based on watersheds and sewer design
    • 40. A Water Tower should be located at a high point in the service area
    • 41. The Audubon Bridge and new Zachary Taylor Parkway alignment will impact the area The Zachary Taylor route is for illustrative purposes only – not an alignment
    • 42. A connected road network is proposed on the high ground within the Star Hill-Independence area:
      • Alternate routes in case of flooding or emergency
      • Internal trips kept off major roads
      • Provides more opportunities for walking and biking
    • 43. The Plan Map: Three primary commercial nodes Access management Internal main street High connectivity Integrated parklands
    • 44.  
    • 45. Proposal Outline
      • Information Gathering and Project Kick off
      • Forecasting and Modeling
      • Public Involvement and Outreach/Workshop
      • Scenario Development & Presentation
      • Comprehensive Plan Development
      • Implementation and Funding Strategies
      • Conceptual Implementation Plans (not funded)
      • Adoption
    • 46. Comprehensive Plan Elements
      • The Community Vision
      • A Prosperous Economy
      • Livable Communities
      • A Healthy Environment
      • Opportunity and Equity
    • 47. Implementation Plan
    • 48. Proposal Outline
      • Information Gathering and Project Kick off
      • Forecasting and Modeling
      • Public Involvement and Outreach/Workshop
      • Scenario Development & Presentation
      • Comprehensive Plan Development
      • Implementation and Funding Strategies
      • Conceptual Implementation Plans (not funded)
      • Adoption
    • 49. PARISH RESPONSIBILITIES
      • Assist in forming and communicating with Support Committee
      • Assist at Support Committee meetings and public workshops
      • Identify data sources and make materials available to consultant team throughout project
      • Identify and obtain meeting venues for Support Committee meetings and workshops
      • Seek funding donations for snacks/food for Support Committee meetings and workshops
      • Assist consultants in identifying sources for community outreach database, distribution of meeting notifications, posting of flyers and signs
      • Review materials in a timely manner
    • 50. Key Upcoming Events
      • Results of Surveys – initial findings – May/June
      • Guiding Principles, Forecasts, Strategies – Workshop Preparation July/August
      • Community Workshop – September
      • Small area workshop – October
      • Scenarios – November-December
      • 1 st Draft Plans - January
    • 51. Thank You