Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
NADO Executive Directors Leadership Forum
Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
Actions and Outcomes
• Create integrated leadership network
• Build learning, capaci...
Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
Regional Partner Organizations
Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
State and Federal Advisors
Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
Affiliate Organizations
Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
Funders Network
Steven Turner
Family Foundation
Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
Actions and Projects
• NADO Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Best Practices Publication...
Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
State Implementation Incentives
Rockefeller MAP-21 Implementation Grant
Goal: TDOT M...
Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
Tennessee Best Practices Case Study Publication
NADO Publication – West Tennessee Region
Partnership for Sustainable Communities Projects
HUD Regional Planning Grant
Mids...
NADO Publication – West Tennessee Region
Best Practice Case Studies
Memphis: Harahan Bridge and Memphis
Aerotropolis proje...
NADO Publication – West Tennessee Region
Harahan Bridge Project and Memphis Aerotropolis
West Tennessee/Memphis Region
By ...
NADO Publication – West Tennessee Region
REDI – Regional Economic Development Initiative
Southwest Tennessee Region — Ches...
NADO Publication – Middle Tennessee Region
Partnership for Sustainable Communities Projects
HUD Preferred Region Status
Mi...
NADO Publication – Middle Tennessee Region
Best Practice Case Studies
Cheatham County: Sustainable Tourism
Strategy Implem...
NADO Publication – Middle Tennessee Region
Sustainable Corridor and Downtown Revitalization
Franklin, Tennessee
Celebrated...
NADO Publication – Middle Tennessee Region
Neighborhood Revitalization and Business District Expansion
East Nashville
Afte...
NADO Publication – East Tennessee Region
Partnership for Sustainable Communities Projects
HUD Regional Planning Grant
Plan...
NADO Publication – East Tennessee Region
Best Practice Case Studies
Chattanooga: Strategic Broadband
Infrastructure Invest...
NADO Publication – East Tennessee Region
Strategic Broadband Infrastructure Investment
Chattanooga, Tennessee
By transitio...
NADO Publication – East Tennessee Region
Rural Community and Corridor Revitalization
Pikeville, Tennessee
By reinvesting i...
Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
Contact Information
Dr. Bridget Jones, Executive Director, Cumberland Region Tomorro...
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  1. 1. Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network NADO Executive Directors Leadership Forum
  2. 2. Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network Actions and Outcomes • Create integrated leadership network • Build learning, capacity, and collaborative systems • Create leadership and expertise • Create new regional capacity and synergy • Leverage funding, policies, and expertise • Adopt quality growth principles and practices • Support goals of economic competitiveness and opportunity, quality community development, and wise use of fiscal resources • Position Tennessee as a leading southern state in implementation
  3. 3. Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
  4. 4. Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network Regional Partner Organizations
  5. 5. Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network State and Federal Advisors
  6. 6. Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network Affiliate Organizations
  7. 7. Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network Funders Network Steven Turner Family Foundation
  8. 8. Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network Actions and Projects • NADO Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Best Practices Publication • TNRegionsRoundtable.org Website and Communications • Quality Communities Tools and Resources Series • Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Implementation Incentives • Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Leadership Network • “Place-based” Small Business Development Strategy
  9. 9. Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network State Implementation Incentives Rockefeller MAP-21 Implementation Grant Goal: TDOT Multi-modal policies and funding across all categories • TDOT Multi-modal Internal Policy • TDOT Multi-modal Internal Design Standards • Multi-modal Advisory Committee — External Communications
  10. 10. Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network Tennessee Best Practices Case Study Publication
  11. 11. NADO Publication – West Tennessee Region Partnership for Sustainable Communities Projects HUD Regional Planning Grant Midsouth Regional Greenprint DOT TIGER Grant Harahan Bridge Project HUD Community Challenge Grant Memphis Aerotropolis Strong Cities Strong Communities Program (SC2) Memphis
  12. 12. NADO Publication – West Tennessee Region Best Practice Case Studies Memphis: Harahan Bridge and Memphis Aerotropolis projects Memphis: Complete Streets Policy Implementation West Tennessee: Mississippi River Corridor Trail Project Ripley: Courthouse Square & Main Street Revitalization Southwest Tennessee: REDI — Regional Economic Development Initiative
  13. 13. NADO Publication – West Tennessee Region Harahan Bridge Project and Memphis Aerotropolis West Tennessee/Memphis Region By the end of 2014, along a two and a half mile section of the Mississippi River, there will be a convergence of public/private successes centered around the Harahan Bridge Project. Meanwhile, the Memphis Aerotropolis will spur business attraction and boost job creation utilizing funds from the Partnership for Sustainable Communities. These projects will transform the local economy and bring thousands of visitors to the river and downtown Memphis.
  14. 14. NADO Publication – West Tennessee Region REDI – Regional Economic Development Initiative Southwest Tennessee Region — Chester, Crockett, Decatur, Gibson, Hardeman, Hardin, Haywood, Henderson, Lauderdale, McNairy and Tipton Counties The Regional Economic Development Initiative or REDI was established by the Southwest Tennessee Development District (SWTDD) in 2008 to create a public/private partnership in 11 counties in the Southwest Tennessee Region. In their collaborative to create REDI, regional leaders are looking beyond county lines to create a unique vision for Southwest Tennessee that is distinctive and progressive and supports rural economic development priorities.
  15. 15. NADO Publication – Middle Tennessee Region Partnership for Sustainable Communities Projects HUD Preferred Region Status Middle Tennessee Ten-County Region HUD Challenge Grant Columbia, Tennessee’s James Campbell Boulevard Project
  16. 16. NADO Publication – Middle Tennessee Region Best Practice Case Studies Cheatham County: Sustainable Tourism Strategy Implementation Columbia: Downtown and Corridor Revitalization Franklin: Sustainable Main Street Reinvestment East Nashville: Placemaking and Small Business Development Robertson County: Economic Development and Comprehensive Planning
  17. 17. NADO Publication – Middle Tennessee Region Sustainable Corridor and Downtown Revitalization Franklin, Tennessee Celebrated for its public square, its Civil War history, its walkability, and its many Main Street festivals, the historically rich and mindfully developed city that is today’s Franklin is the result of decades of work on the cutting edge of preservation, design, planning, reinvestment, Complete Streets implementation, and community and economic development.
  18. 18. NADO Publication – Middle Tennessee Region Neighborhood Revitalization and Business District Expansion East Nashville After two decades of focused placemaking, business incubators encourage entrepreneurs by providing small rental spaces at fair prices. This small business incubator was one of the first in Nashville and has been successful in part because of the prior revitalization of the area, catering to the tastes of the East Nashville residents.
  19. 19. NADO Publication – East Tennessee Region Partnership for Sustainable Communities Projects HUD Regional Planning Grant PlanET — Knoxville Region HUD Preferred Region Status Thrive 2055 — Southeast Tennessee, Northern Georgia, and Northern Alabama Region
  20. 20. NADO Publication – East Tennessee Region Best Practice Case Studies Chattanooga: Strategic Broadband Infrastructure Investment Pikeville: Downtown and Corridor Revitalization Athens: Natural Infrastructure and Watershed Management Kingsport: Walkability, Health, and the Built Environment Bristol: Safe Routes to School Policy Implementation
  21. 21. NADO Publication – East Tennessee Region Strategic Broadband Infrastructure Investment Chattanooga, Tennessee By transitioning its economy into the 20th century while preserving and enhancing the natural beauty and quality of life that made it famous, Chattanooga and the Southeast Tennessee Region have set an outstanding example for all cities and regions poised to invest in similar broadband communications infrastructure.
  22. 22. NADO Publication – East Tennessee Region Rural Community and Corridor Revitalization Pikeville, Tennessee By reinvesting in main street, supporting anchor businesses, and making downtown an attractive place to stroll and shop, this Tennessee Downtowns community is reversing past development setbacks that threatened the community’s character and creating new tourism revenues.
  23. 23. Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network
  24. 24. Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable Network Contact Information Dr. Bridget Jones, Executive Director, Cumberland Region Tomorrow bridget@cumberlandregiontomorrow.org 615 986-2699 Joe Barker, Executive Director, Southwest Tennessee Development District jwbarker@swtdd.org 731 668-7112 Amy Brooks, PlanET Project Director / Knoxville TPO amy.brooks@knoxtrans.org 865 215-2500 Beth Jones, Executive Director, Southeast Tennessee Development District bjones@sedev.org 423 266-5781 Brett Schwartz, Program Manager, NADO Research Foundation bschwartz@nado.org 202 624-7736

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