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  • Primary Arterial Type A
  • GC-1 – 2003
    IH-1 – 2004
    GC-2 – 2005
    MC-1 – 2009
    Gateway corridors: Promotes cohesive development along key entries to the City
    Metropolitan corridors: Unifies development along major thoroughfares
    Preservation corridors: Preserves natural areas or historic corridors
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    1. 1. Public Meeting #2 Presa Community Center October 26, 2010  6:30 pm
    2. 2. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development • Opening CommentsOpening Comments • Results from Public Meeting #1Results from Public Meeting #1 • Corridor Overlay Districts OverviewCorridor Overlay Districts Overview • Crime Prevention Through EnvironmentalCrime Prevention Through Environmental DesignDesign • Updated Project ScheduleUpdated Project Schedule • Q & AQ & A Meeting AgendaMeeting Agenda
    3. 3. Proposed BoundariesProposed Boundaries
    4. 4. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development BoundariesBoundaries • Between IH-10 to theBetween IH-10 to the north and Loop 410north and Loop 410 to the southto the south • Extent of COD basedExtent of COD based on roadon road classificationclassification – 200 ft from outer right-of- way north of SE Military – 300 ft from outer right-of- way south of SE Military
    5. 5. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development South Presa CorridorSouth Presa Corridor • Community-based processCommunity-based process • Prioritize future improvements to thePrioritize future improvements to the areaarea • Adopt design standards for newAdopt design standards for new construction and area improvementsconstruction and area improvements • Preserve character of the corridor whilePreserve character of the corridor while allowing for responsible developmentallowing for responsible development • Does not guarantee road construction orDoes not guarantee road construction or financingfinancing
    6. 6. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Why South Presa, WhyWhy South Presa, Why Now?Now? • City Council Resolution (MarchCity Council Resolution (March 2010) directs staff to conduct2010) directs staff to conduct necessary studies in order tonecessary studies in order to establish a corridor overlayestablish a corridor overlay district and base rezoning alongdistrict and base rezoning along South PresaSouth Presa • Links historic designatedLinks historic designated landmarks, districts, and the Sanlandmarks, districts, and the San Antonio RiverAntonio River • South Central CP (1999 & 2005)South Central CP (1999 & 2005) and Stinson Airport Vicinity LUPand Stinson Airport Vicinity LUP (2009) identified desire to enhance(2009) identified desire to enhance design standards along Southdesign standards along South PresaPresa • Improve commercial corridorImprove commercial corridor aestheticsaesthetics • Cooperative effort to revitalizeCooperative effort to revitalize areaarea
    7. 7. Results from PublicResults from Public Meeting #1 SeptemberMeeting #1 September 1515
    8. 8. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development InfrastructureInfrastructure ImprovementsImprovements • Street maintenance andStreet maintenance and repairrepair • SidewalksSidewalks • SewerSewer • ConnectivityConnectivity • DrainageDrainage – At Fair – Between Regina and Mebane – At Riverside • Railroad crossing atRailroad crossing at SouthcrossSouthcross • Ground maintenance betweenGround maintenance between Dulnig & Koehler, across fromDulnig & Koehler, across from State Hospital, School, andState Hospital, School, and north of E. Pyronnorth of E. Pyron • Level Presa at 7800 block (3x)Level Presa at 7800 block (3x) What needs the most improvement?What needs the most improvement?
    9. 9. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Economic DevelopmentEconomic Development • More business diversity – lessMore business diversity – less tire shops and motels; moretire shops and motels; more restaurants, shopping centers,restaurants, shopping centers, etc.etc. • From Linda Lou to SouthcrossFrom Linda Lou to Southcross • At Fair Ave.At Fair Ave. • At KoehlerAt Koehler • At Corpus Cristi RdAt Corpus Cristi Rd • At Jernigan & George SchaferAt Jernigan & George Schafer • 4902 S. Presa4902 S. Presa What locations have the greatest potential to have the mostWhat locations have the greatest potential to have the most impact to economic development?impact to economic development?
    10. 10. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Quality of LifeQuality of Life • Prostitution problemProstitution problem • Dumping along railroadDumping along railroad trackstracks • Rental propertyRental property maintenance betweenmaintenance between Arlington and Rockwood,Arlington and Rockwood, near McMullennear McMullen • GraffitiGraffiti • People loitering nearPeople loitering near CliffordClifford • Stray dogsStray dogs • L & H parking nearL & H parking near residentialresidential What needs the most attention for City services?What needs the most attention for City services?
    11. 11. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Ideal StreetIdeal Street • More security from lawMore security from law enforcementenforcement • Adequate drainageAdequate drainage • Good street lightingGood street lighting • CleanClean • Maintained houses &Maintained houses & structuresstructures • Tree lined sidewalksTree lined sidewalks • Mix of buildingsMix of buildings
    12. 12. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Area ValuesArea Values • MissionsMissions • AcequiaAcequia • Fire stationFire station • Maintained older homesMaintained older homes • Interesting buildingsInteresting buildings • Bengs MillBengs Mill • How the area used to beHow the area used to be with more businesses andwith more businesses and less crimeless crime
    13. 13. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Area Issues/ProblemsArea Issues/Problems • CrimeCrime • Street peopleStreet people • ProstitutionProstitution • GraffitiGraffiti • LitterLitter • DumpingDumping • Stray animalsStray animals • Too many signsToo many signs • Vacant/Abandoned buildingsVacant/Abandoned buildings • NeglectNeglect
    14. 14. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Recommended ChangesRecommended Changes • Code complianceCode compliance • Remove prostitutionRemove prostitution • Redevelopment of existing buildingsRedevelopment of existing buildings • SecuritySecurity • Streetscape improvements – trees,Streetscape improvements – trees, landscaping, walkways, etc.landscaping, walkways, etc. • Rental housing appearanceRental housing appearance • Business appearanceBusiness appearance • Adequate parkingAdequate parking • ““Clean and fix the area”Clean and fix the area”
    15. 15. Corridor OverlayCorridor Overlay DistrictsDistricts
    16. 16. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Corridor Overlay DistrictsCorridor Overlay Districts • A type of zoning overlay district that allows aA type of zoning overlay district that allows a community to develop unique design standardscommunity to develop unique design standards for a commercial corridorfor a commercial corridor • Design standards apply to new construction andDesign standards apply to new construction and certain types of renovationscertain types of renovations • Corridor Districts are designated on both sidesCorridor Districts are designated on both sides of a streetof a street • Extent of Corridor District depends on roadwayExtent of Corridor District depends on roadway classificationclassification
    17. 17. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Existing CorridorsExisting Corridors •Gateway CorridorsGateway Corridors IH-10 West (GC-1) Hwy 151 (GC-2) •NHS High PriorityNHS High Priority CorridorCorridor IH-35 North (IH-1) •Metropolitan CorridorMetropolitan Corridor Roosevelt Avenue (MC-1) •Preservation CorridorPreservation Corridor Bulverde Road (PC-1)
    18. 18. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development A Corridor OverlayA Corridor Overlay Does…Does… • Establish unique site and building designEstablish unique site and building design standards for new constructionstandards for new construction • Protect neighborhood/corridor integrityProtect neighborhood/corridor integrity • Empower neighborhood/district propertyEmpower neighborhood/district property owners to define unique character andowners to define unique character and featuresfeatures • Promote compatible infill developmentPromote compatible infill development • Allow a fair, objective review processAllow a fair, objective review process • Provide a tool for proactive planningProvide a tool for proactive planning
    19. 19. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development • Enforce deed restrictionsEnforce deed restrictions • Affect the underlying land use orAffect the underlying land use or zoning (e.g., R-6, C-3, I-1)zoning (e.g., R-6, C-3, I-1) • Require a property owner toRequire a property owner to rehabilitate an existing structure torehabilitate an existing structure to conform to standardsconform to standards • Regulate road construction orRegulate road construction or financingfinancing A Corridor Does Not…A Corridor Does Not…
    20. 20. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development • Initiated by City Council via ResolutionInitiated by City Council via Resolution • Planning & Community Development DepartmentPlanning & Community Development Department conducts land use studies and publicconducts land use studies and public participation processparticipation process • Design standards are developed through aDesign standards are developed through a consensus process with Planning Teamconsensus process with Planning Team • After public meeting process:After public meeting process: – Ordinance is drafted, amending official zoning map with designated Overlay District boundaries – Interdepartmental Review – Zoning Commission recommendation – City Council adoption • Compliance is “reactive.” Applies only whenCompliance is “reactive.” Applies only when applicant submits plans to the Planning &applicant submits plans to the Planning & Development Services Department.Development Services Department. Process &Process & AdministrationAdministration
    21. 21. COD EnhancementsCOD Enhancements
    22. 22. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Building OrientationBuilding Orientation
    23. 23. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Natural Front BuffersNatural Front Buffers
    24. 24. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development SetbacksSetbacks
    25. 25. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development ScreeningScreening
    26. 26. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Building MaterialsBuilding Materials
    27. 27. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Pedestrian OrientationPedestrian Orientation
    28. 28. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Parking Location/Parking Location/ ScreeningScreening
    29. 29. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development SignageSignage
    30. 30. Crime PreventionCrime Prevention Through EnvironmentalThrough Environmental DesignDesign
    31. 31. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Crime Prevention ThroughCrime Prevention Through Environmental DesignEnvironmental Design (CPTED)(CPTED) • If it appears that residentsIf it appears that residents and businesses care aboutand businesses care about their properties and aretheir properties and are willing to defend them,willing to defend them, then criminals will be lessthen criminals will be less likely to conduct theirlikely to conduct their activities there.activities there. – Decrease vulnerability to crime by making crime more difficult
    32. 32. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Territorial BehaviorTerritorial Behavior
    33. 33. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Access ControlAccess Control
    34. 34. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Image & MaintenanceImage & Maintenance
    35. 35. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Natural Surveillance &Natural Surveillance & CapacityCapacity
    36. 36. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Cohesion & ConnectivityCohesion & Connectivity
    37. 37. Planning Team FormationPlanning Team Formation
    38. 38. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Planning TeamPlanning Team ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities • 6 biweekly Planning Team meetings6 biweekly Planning Team meetings • Work with City staff to analyzeWork with City staff to analyze existing conditions and develop siteexisting conditions and develop site and building design standardsand building design standards • Advocate for Overlay District atAdvocate for Overlay District at public hearingspublic hearings • Ongoing Monitoring for ComplianceOngoing Monitoring for Compliance
    39. 39. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Planning TeamPlanning Team CompositionComposition • Representative of the AreaRepresentative of the Area StakeholdersStakeholders – Business Owners – Property Owners – Public Entity Representatives – Neighborhood Association Representatives – Community Organization Representatives
    40. 40. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Next Steps…Next Steps… • 11stst Planning Team MeetingPlanning Team Meeting – Meeting schedule • Week of November 8-12 • Every two weeks – Visual preference exercise
    41. 41. City of San Antonio Department of Planning & Community Development Staff ContactsStaff Contacts Tyler Sorrells, AICP Planner 207-7395 tyler.sorrells@sanantonio.gov Link to Adopted COD Ordinances: http://www.sanantonio.gov/planning/neighborhoods/urbandesign.asp Visit the South Presa Corridor website! http://southpresacorridor.posterous.com Rebecca Paskos, AICP Senior Planner 207-7816 rebecca.paskos@sanantonio.gov

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