AUSTIN TOMORROW COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE: Chapter Three & Four  Addendums
“ The decentralization of Austin, although slow at the outset, has gained momentum in recent years.  Rising land costs, th...
PREDICTED ACTUALLY 1995 Land Area 2000 Population 175  Square  Miles 230  Square  Miles ~500,000 +650,000
 
 
*1951 to 1960 32.5 12% 297.6 2007 38.8 17% 265.1 2000 97.4 76% 226.3 1990 47.5 58% 128.9 1980 25.6 46% 81.4 1970 4.7* 8%* ...
*****1990 to  2007 ****2000 to 2007 ***1950 to 1970 **1940 to 1960 *1950 to 960 269,466***** 58%***** 78,526**** 12%**** 7...
2,470 735,088 297.6 2007 2,477 656,562 265.1 2000 2,058 465,622 226.3 1990 2,683 345,890 128.9 1980 3,093 251,808 81.4 197...
1,026,585 1,207,747 1,388,909 2008—750,525 (estimated) City of Austin Population Forecast: 2007-2035
AUSTIN TOMORROW COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE: REVISED GROWTH  CONCEPT MAP
Downtown Neighborhoods Compact City/Density 1979 2007 1990 2000 Rainey Street 1985 Rainey Street 1980 Rainey Street 2005 E...
 
ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS
 
 
 
COMPACT CITY/DENSITY ELEMENTS Neighborhood Plan  Combining District: Area/Subdistrict Options
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
COMPACT CITY/DENSITY ELEMENTS Neighborhood Plan  Combining District Infill:  Site-Specific
 
 
 
COMPACT CITY/DENSITY ELEMENTS Special Districts
 
 
 
 
 
 
REVISED GROWTH  CONCEPT MAP
 
QUESTIONS?
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  1. 1. AUSTIN TOMORROW COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE: Chapter Three & Four Addendums
  2. 2. “ The decentralization of Austin, although slow at the outset, has gained momentum in recent years. Rising land costs, the search for environmental amenities and access to the countryside and industrial and commercial location on the city’s fringe are a few factors which have propelled the suburbs further and further away from the central city.” (ATCP, p. 111)
  3. 3. PREDICTED ACTUALLY 1995 Land Area 2000 Population 175 Square Miles 230 Square Miles ~500,000 +650,000
  4. 6. *1951 to 1960 32.5 12% 297.6 2007 38.8 17% 265.1 2000 97.4 76% 226.3 1990 47.5 58% 128.9 1980 25.6 46% 81.4 1970 4.7* 8%* 55.8 1960 10 Year Land Area Change In Square Miles 10 Year Land Area Change Percentage Land Area Year Austin's Land Area (Square Miles): 1960 to 2007
  5. 7. *****1990 to 2007 ****2000 to 2007 ***1950 to 1970 **1940 to 1960 *1950 to 960 269,466***** 58%***** 78,526**** 12%**** 735,088 2007 310,672 90% 190,940 41% 656,562 2000 213,814 85% 119,732 35% 465,622 1990 159,345 85% 94,082 37% 345,890 1980 119,349*** 90%*** 65,263 35% 251,808 1970 98,615** 112%** 54,088* 40%* 186,545 1960 20 Year Numerical Change 20 Year Percent Change 10 Year Numerical Change 10 Year Percent Change Population Year Austin Population Growth: 1960-2007
  6. 8. 2,470 735,088 297.6 2007 2,477 656,562 265.1 2000 2,058 465,622 226.3 1990 2,683 345,890 128.9 1980 3,093 251,808 81.4 1970 3,343 186,545 55.8 1960 Person's Per Square Mile Population Land Area (Square Miles) Year Austin's Gross Population Density: 1960 to 2007 1,828 Fort Worth, TX 2,152 Indianapolis, IN 2,327 Memphis, TN 2,470 Austin, TX (2007) 2,515 Charlotte, NC 2,808 San Antonio, TX 3,384 Columbus, OH 3,642 Denver, CO 3,701 Houston, TX 4,199 Portland, OR 4,709 Dallas, TX 6,215 Milwaukee, WI 6,901 Seattle, WA 8,058 Baltimore, MD 15,834 San Francisco, CA Person's Per Square Mile City Gross Densities of Select US Cities (2006)
  7. 9. 1,026,585 1,207,747 1,388,909 2008—750,525 (estimated) City of Austin Population Forecast: 2007-2035
  8. 10. AUSTIN TOMORROW COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE: REVISED GROWTH CONCEPT MAP
  9. 11. Downtown Neighborhoods Compact City/Density 1979 2007 1990 2000 Rainey Street 1985 Rainey Street 1980 Rainey Street 2005 E. 6 th Street 1994 E. 6 th Street NCCD 2004 Seaholm Power Plant 2000 Downtown PID 1993 Great Streets 1996 CURE 1999 Downtown Design Guidelines 2000 Historic Structure Survey 1984 Inner City Neighborhoods Ordinance 1984 Capitol View Corridor Overlay Zones Ordinance 1984 East Austin Overlay 1997 East 11th and 12th Streets Urban Renewal Plan 1999 Neighborhood Planning Design Tools 2003 Revised Two-Family Regulations 2004 Traditional Neighborhood Development ordinance 1996 Vertical Mixed Use 2007-2008 City of Austin Growth Management Policies: 1979 to 2007 University Neighborhood Overlay (UNO) 2004 Neighborhood Planning Special Infill Tool Ordinance 2001 Transit Oriented Development Ordinance 2005 Scenic Preservation Water Quality Convention Center 1990 Environment Town Lake/Lady Bird Lake Preserve Land Smart Growth Climate Protection Smart Growth Area Studies Neighborhood Planning Process 1997
  10. 13. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS
  11. 17. COMPACT CITY/DENSITY ELEMENTS Neighborhood Plan Combining District: Area/Subdistrict Options
  12. 25. COMPACT CITY/DENSITY ELEMENTS Neighborhood Plan Combining District Infill: Site-Specific
  13. 29. COMPACT CITY/DENSITY ELEMENTS Special Districts
  14. 36. REVISED GROWTH CONCEPT MAP
  15. 38. QUESTIONS?

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