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Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation
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Phase II Kick Off Meeting Presentation

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Presentation for the start of Phase II of Going Places. Kickoff Meeting on 16 June 2009.

Presentation for the start of Phase II of Going Places. Kickoff Meeting on 16 June 2009.

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  • 1. Phase II Kick Off Meeting Steering Committee and Planning Advisory Committee June 16, 2009
  • 2. Planning Process 3 Phase process with an estimated timeline of 4 years Phase I – Existing Condition Assessment: Physical and Non- Physical Condition Evaluation Phase II – Future Landscape Exploration: Future Land Use Scenario Development and Assessment (Approximately 22 months: June 2009 – March 2011) Phase III – Building a Clear and Shared Regional Growth Framework
  • 3. Phase II Work Scope Develop Future Land Use Themes and Scenarios Develop initial set of land use themes and scenarios Refine and finalize land use themes and scenarios Conduct community-based workshops, focus groups, and regional workshops Conduct Land Use Scenario Impact Assessment Develop scenario evaluation criteria Implement and finalize technical analysis to measure scenario impacts
  • 4. Phase II Timeline
  • 5. Urbanization Trends: 1970 Population: 606,549 Urbanized Area: 185.9 sq miles Population Density: 3,263 pop/sq mi
  • 6. Urbanization Trends: 2000 Population: 723,955 Urbanized Area: 327.6 sq miles Population Density: 2,209 pop/sq mi
  • 7. Planned for Development Population: 686,802 Urbanized Area: 477.4 sq miles Population Density: 1,439 pop/sq mi
  • 8. Projected 2030 Population: 685,667 Urbanized Area: 531.1 sq miles Population Density: 1,291 pop/sq mi
  • 9. Business as Usual 2040 Population: 679,537 Urbanized Area: 440.5 sq miles Population Density: 1,543 pop/sq mi
  • 10. 2040 Socioeconomic Projections and Land Use Demands Population and Employment Forecast (2000 – 2040) In 2000, the Miami Valley Region had 834,717 people and 436,929 jobs In 2040, 24,346 more people and 21,455 more jobs (lower estimate) are projected Land Use Forecast (2007 – 2040) In 2007, a total acreage of developed land was 275,709 acres By 2040, an additional 7,544 acres of land is estimated to be in demand
  • 11. 2040 Land Use Supply and Demand 900,000 800,000 700,000 345,957 345,957 345,957 600,000 Not Developable 500,000 107,606 Developable Demand 218,509 210,965 400,000 Fully Developed 110,903 300,000 7,544 200,000 275,709 275,709 275,709 100,000 0 Existing Conditions Compilation of Existing Land Projected 2040 Use Plans
  • 12. How do you envision the Region in 2040? How and Where should the Region develop?
  • 13. ‘Business as Usual’ – Future Trend
  • 14. Future Land Use Themes Development Process Staff solicited inputs to the question of “In terms of LAND USE between 2010 and 2040, the Miami Valley should …” (Phase I Wrap Up Meeting on April 15, 2009) Committee members grouped the inputs into land use themes and name each group (Homework Assignment from the Phase I Wrap Up meeting) Staff reviewed land use themes identified from the committee members Staff identified initial sets of common land use themes
  • 15. Common Land Use Themes Business Infill/ Asset- Radial Unrestricted as Usual Conservation Based Corridor Development Development Development Development Development
  • 16. Common Land Use Theme Definition Business as Usual Development Future development at the same density and intensity as it has in the past and continues the less concentrated development pattern at the outskirts of existing urban areas Infill/Conservation Development Encourages future development in existing urban areas, using existing infrastructure and underutilized land while discouraging development in natural resources areas Asset-Based Development Emphasizes existing regional assets and encourages future development around these assets Radial Corridor Development Encourages future development along existing transportation corridors, maximizing the use of existing roadways and transit networks Unrestricted Development Provides for lower density development in undeveloped areas in the greenfields and exurbs
  • 17. Scenario Building
  • 18. How Should We Develop? - Future Land Use Themes Where Should We Develop? - Future Land Use Scenarios
  • 19. Overview Acting as a planner during the next 80 minutes Mind mapping exercise - to solicit input on the principles and characteristics of each theme Given the projected need for future population and job growth, in what ways should the Region invest the limited available resources? Dot mapping exercise - to solicit input on the best areas for development for each theme Given the projected need for future population and job growth, in what parts of the Region should the limited available resources be invested?
  • 20. Ground Rules for Exercises Treat each other with courtesy and respect Listen to other points of view Focus on the topic at hand Disagree with ideas not with people Ask staff for assistance Be mindful of the time limit! 30 minutes for Mind Mapping exercise 50 minutes for Dot Mapping exercise
  • 21. General Instruction: Mind Mapping Exercise Designed to solicit input on the principles and characteristics of each theme Using a template provided, provide your thoughts on the question of “Given the projected need for future population and job growth, in what ways should the Region invest the limited available resources?”
  • 22. General Instruction: Dot Mapping Exercise Designed to solicit input on the best areas for development for each theme Using a map template, Discuss and Distribute dots throughout the Region 90 Population dots Each dot = 250 people 90 Employment dots Each dot = 250 jobs Stay true to the theme to help guide the dot placement Dots may be stacked to illustrate a higher density Use various references provided for additional information to help identify the best area
  • 23. Dot Mapping Exercise
  • 24. Resources
  • 25. Questions?
  • 26. Review each Theme and Join a Scenario Station that reflects your Vision And Have Fun!
  • 27. Mind Mapping Exercise Given the projected need for future population and job growth, in what ways should the Region invest the limited available resources? Dot Mapping Exercise Given the projected need for future population and job growth, in what parts of the Region should the limited available resources be invested?
  • 28. Homework Assignment Phase II Stakeholder Engagement Strategy Review Provide your comments and inputs
  • 29. Next Meeting Phase II Joint Meeting: Review of Future Land Use Themes and Scenarios Time: 9:00 – 11:00 am Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 Location: Center for Regional Cooperation
  • 30. Thank You!

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