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    • SJO
      Redevelopment Toolbox:
      Hybrid Planning Solutions that Work
      Presented by:
      Sharon Jenkins-Owen, AICP
      SJO Land Consultants, LLC
      James G. LaRue, AICP
      LaRue Planning & Management Services, Inc.
      www.larueplanning.com
      www.sjolandconsultants.com
      June 11, 2010
    • SJO
      Presentation Outline (Diagnostics Approach)
      • Best Practices
      • Community Assets / Constraints / Factors / Resources
      • Public Input & Consensus
      • Money & People
      • Case Studies
    • SJO
      Diagnostics Approach
      • Diagnostic Concept
      • Best Practices
      • Regulations
    • SJO
      Best Practices / Tools
      • Sustainable Development / Green Development LEED
      • New Urbanism
      • Traditional Neighborhood Development
      • Transit Oriented Development
      • Low Impact Developments
      • Smart Growth
      • Mixed Use / Densities
      • CRAs
      • Community Plans
      • Complete Streets
    • SJO
      Best Practices / Tools
      • Smart Codes
      • Walkable Communities
      • Historic Districts
      • Infill / TDR
      • Art Districts
      • Social Impact
      • Design Centers
      • Community Land Trust
      • Community Development Corporations
      • Development without Displacement
      • Neighborhood Conservation Districts
    • SJO
      Sustainability
      • Healthy Communities
      • Natural & Historic Resources
      • Transportation & Healthcare
      • Jobs
      • Sprawl Contained
      • Secure Neighborhoods
      • Lifelong Education
      • Quality of Life
    • SJO
      Sustainable Development
      ”Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
      • Needs: Priority Given to the Essential Needs of Poor (Equity)
      • Limitations to Ensure Environment’s Ability to Meet Present & Future Needs – Healthy Communities
    • SJO
      Traditional Neighborhood
      • Discernable Center
      • Dwellings Within 5 Minute Walk of Center
      • Wide Variety of Housing Types
      • Shops & Offices at Edge of Neighborhood
      • Ancillary Building Allowed in Backyard
      • Elementary School – Walkable
      • Parking Lots & Garage Doors not in Front
      • Buildings in Center Close to Street
      • Small Playgrounds New Dwellings
      • Connected / Narrow Street Network
      • Civic Buildings
      • Self Governing Neighborhood
    • SJO
      New Urbanismwww.cnu.org
      • Walkable, Human-Scaled Neighborhoods
      • Restoration of Existing Urban Centers & Towns
      • Reconfiguration of Sprawling Suburbs
      • Diverse Neighborhoods
      • Conservation of Natural Environments
      • Preservation
    • SJO
      Smart Growthwww.smartgrowth.org
      • Walkable Neighborhoods
      • Compact Building Design
      • Range of Housing Opportunities & Choices
      • Community & Stakeholder Collaboration
      • Distinctive, Attractive Communities / Strong Sense of Place
      • Predictable Development Decisions / Fair & Cost Effective
      • Mixed Land Uses
      • Preserve Open Space & Critical Environmental Areas
      • Transportation Choices
      • Direct Development Towards Existing Communities
    • SJO
      Green Developmentwww.usgbc.org
      • Environmentally Responsible
      • Healthy Environment
      • Site Design & Construction
      • Xeriscaping, Indigenous Plants
      • Energy Efficient Building Design
      • Reduce Operating Costs
      • LEED Certification
      • Rating System for Projects: Certified, Silver, Gold, Platinum
    • SJO
      Transit Oriented Developmentwww.transitorienteddevelopment.org
      • Walkable Design / Pedestrian Priority
      • Train Station Prominent Feature of Town Center
      • Regional Node: Mix of Uses in Close Proximity Including Office, Residential, Retail, & Civic Uses
      • High Density, High Quality Development Within 10-Minute Walk Circle Surrounding Train Station
      • Collector Support Transit Systems Including Trolleys, Streetcars, Light Rail & Buses, etc.
      • Designed to Include Bicycles, Scooters, & Rollerblades as Daily Support Transportation Systems
    • SJO
      Community Redevelopment - CRAs
      • Acquire Property
      • Demolish Buildings
      • Dispose of Property at Fair Value
      • Development of Property
      • Install, Construct & Repair
      • Streets, Parks, Utilities, Playgrounds
      • Carry Out Voluntary or Compulsory Repair and/or Rehab of Buildings
    • SJO
      Best Practices: Plans & Regulations
      • Comprehensive Plans
      • Land Development Regulations
      • Form-Based Codes (design oriented)
      • Pattern Books
      • Design Guidelines
      • Overlay Zones
      • Sector Plans
      • Urban Growth Boundaries
      • Incentive Zoning
      • Main Street Program
    • SJO
      Best Practices: Regulatory Options & Strategies
      • Identifying Community Issues
      • Challenges
      • Asset Preservation
    • SJO
      Best Practices: Conventional Codes
      • Use Driven
      • Specified Districts
      • Large Areas
    • SJO
      Best Practices: Formed Based
      • Street Based
      • Mass, Building Placement
      • Form & Creation of Street
      • Physical Form
      • Public Spaces
      • Heights
      • Entrances
      • Windows
      • Small Defined Areas
    • SJO
      Hybrid Codes
      • Mesh Conventional Zoning Codes
      • Graphic Design & Standards
      • Setbacks
      • Parking
      • Placement
      • Building Bulk
      • Materials
      • Architectural Features
    • SJO
      Community Assets / Constraints / Factors
      Inventory Existing Conditions:
      • Land Uses (Housing mix; Brownfields)
      • Existing Infrastructure
      • Drainage Issues
      • Current Densities
      • Distance to Schools, Commercial & Civic
      • Transit Access
      • Existing Entitlements
      • Regulatory Constraints
      • R-O-W Widths
      • Easements
    • SJO
      Community Assets / Constraints / Factors
      • Environmental Considerations
      • Wetlands
      • Protected Species (Wildlife Corridors/Crossings)
      • Historic Flow-ways
      • Canals
      • Brownfields
      • Greyfields
    • SJO
      Community Assets / Constraints / Factors
      • Economic Attractors
      • Community Themes
      • Ports
    • SJO
      Community Assets / Constraints / Factors
      • Current Land Form (compact or sprawl)
      • Antiquated Platted Lands
      • Compact – Densities
      • Sprawl – Associated Need for Services
      • Vacant Properties
    • SJO
      Community Assets / Constraints / Factors
      • Neighborhood Character
      • Neighborhood Service Needs
      • Demographics
      • Age, Health
      • Life Cycle “Age in Place”
      • Ethnic
      • Income
    • SJO
      Community Assets / Constraints / Factors
      • Neighborhood Compatibility
      • Existing Land Uses / Mixture of Uses
      • Size, Mass, Height, FAR, Design Features
      • Connecting People & Places
      • Multi-Modal Transportation
      • Access, Footpaths
      • Interconnecting Uses
    • SJO
      Community and Local Government Projects
      • Proposed Projects CIP Status & Timeline
      • Upcoming Legislative Changes Anticipated
    • SJO
      Changing Conditions and Trends
      • Market Trend
      • CIP (Existing Budget)
      • Upcoming Projects
      • Feasibility
    • SJO
      Public Documents and Websites
      • Comprehensive Plan / EAR
      • Land Development Code
      • Plat
      • Restrictions
      • Property Appraiser
      • GIS
      • Meeting Minutes
      • 2010 Census
      • Florida Statistical Abstract
    • SJO
      Public Input
      • Community Meetings
      • Stakeholder Interviews
      • Charettes / Workshops
    • SJO
      Public Involvement
      • Workshops, Charettes, Public Hearing
      • Websites
      • Blogs
      • Newsletters
      • Telephone
      • Media
      • Social Media
    • SJO
      Reaching Consensus
      • Government Officials
      • Interview Council / Commissioners
      • Workshops
      • Special Meetings
      • Public Meetings
      • Meeting Minutes
    • SJO
      Identifying Opportunities
      • Abandoned
      • Foreclosures
      • Reuse Opportunities
      • Forgotten Easements
      • Platted R-O-W Improvements
    • SJO
      Identifying Funding Opportunities
      • CRA – TIF
      • CDBG, HOME, SAIL, NSP
      • Grants: www.grants.gov
      • Public / Private Partnerships
    • SJO
      Strategies: Regulatory Options
      • Form-Based
      • Design
      • Overlay Districts
      • Emphasis on Walkability / Pedestrian
      • Existing Land Use – Nonconforming Uses
    • SJO
      Starting from Scratch
      • Using Your Assets
      • Form-Based vs Use Based
      • CRAs vs Community Plans
    • SJO
      Form-Based Codes
      • Building Forms
      • Building Placement
      • Public Realms
      • Street Standards
      • Transects
    • SJO
      Floating “Form-Based Code”
      • Mixed Use Zoning
      • Form Standards
      • Building Disposition
      • Configuration
      • Street Types
      • Public Space
      • Floating Code on Existing Conventional Zoning Platform
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    • SJO
      Page Park
      • Community Plan
      • Redevelopment
      • Code to Implement Plan
      • Mixed Use Overlay District
    • SJO
      Page Park - Demographics
      • 136 +/- Acres
      • Population: 500
      • 2.23 People per Household
      • Median Age: 32.3
      • Located in Lee County South of 1940’s Airport
    • SJO
      Page Park - Assets
      • Attractive Mature Oak Tree Canopy
      • Vacant Land for Fill-in Development
      • Proximity to Main Traffic Corridors
      • Close to Work & Businesses
      • Small Municipal Airport as Neighbor
      • Access to Public Transit
    • SJO
      Page Park - Assets
      • Good “Grid” Circulation
      • Regional Park as Neighbor
      • Proximity to Linear Park
      • Strong Community Leadership & Resident Commitment
      • Compact, Cohesive, Neighborhood
      • Numerous Opportunities for Redevelopment
    • SJO
      Page Park - Challenges
      • Limited Amount of Good Housing Stock
      • Cut-Through Traffic in Neighborhood
      • Speeding Traffic in Neighborhood
      • Street Safety by Regional Park
      • Deteriorating Conditions of Housing Stock & Buildings
      • In Need of Water Line & Facility Upgrade
      • Hurricane Damaged Trees May Become a Liability
      • Insufficient Code Enforcement
      • Lack of Sewers in Entire Area
    • SJO
      Page Park - Challenges
      • Perception of High Crime
      • Illegal Debris Dumping
      • Inadequate Trees / Landscaping
      • Insufficient Parking on Commercial Sites
      • Potential Industrial Impacts to abutting Residential Area
      • Lack of Development / Redevelopment incentives
      • Need for Restaurants, Services and Retail
      • Non-Owner Occupied Dwellings or Absentee Landlords
    • SJO
      Page Park – Best Practices: Toolbox
      • Community Plans - Direction
      • Mixed Use Density Incentive
      • Traditional Neighborhood Development
    • SJO
      Page Park - Regulatory
      • Community Plan with Comprehensive Plan Authority
      • Land Development Regulations for Implementation.
    • SJO
      Page Park - Process
      Public Input and Consensus
      • Workshop
      • Charettes
      • Public Hearings
      • Surveys
    • SJO
      Page Park - Process
      Existing Conditions:
      • Land Uses
      • Zoning
      • Transit
      • Entitlements
      • Past Plans
      • ROW Widths
      • Traffic
      • Utility Issues
    • SJO
      Moore Haven
      • Glades County
      • 1.1 Square Miles
      • SW Shoreline of Lake Okeechobee / Caloosahatchee Canal
      • Shaped by 1926 & 1928 Hurricanes
    • SJO
      Moore Haven - Demographics
      • Population in 2010: 1750 +/-
      • 572 Households
      • 2.81 Average Household Size
      • 33 Median Age
      • $28,542 Median Income Family
      • 23.8% below Poverty
    • SJO
      Moore Haven - Assets
      • County Seat
      • Strategically Located on Lake Okeechobee
      • Small, Sleepy Town
      • Major Thoroughfare for Trucks Traversing State
    • SJO
      Moore Haven - Challenges
      • Limited Commercial Development
      • Economic Limitations
      • Substandard Commercial Structures
      • Truck Traffic
      • Walkability
      • Interconnects
    • SJO
      Moore Haven - Strategies
      • Develop Vision for Economic Downtown Redevelopment
      • CRA Plan Update
    • SJO
      Moore Haven - Regulations
      • Marina District
      • Comprehensive Plan – Overlay Area
      • Special District Design Regulations
      • EAR
      • LDC
      • CRA Plan Update
    • SJO
      Moore Haven - Process
      • CRA Meetings with Property Owners
      • CRA Advisory Board & Council Workshops
      • Comprehensive Plan Amendment LPA & Council Workshops
      • LDRs Zoning Overlays & Urban Design Guidelines
      • CRA Plan Update
    • SJO
      Moore Haven - Goals
      • Viable Downtown
      • Stimulate Redevelopment
      • Attract Tourists & Recreationers
      • Fund Public Infrastructure, Streetscape & Other Improvements
    • SJO
      Moore Haven - Revenue
      • TIF
      • Grants
      • General Fund
    • SJO
      Stuart - General Information
      • CRA Created 1986, Reestablished & Expanded in 1998 & 2002
      • Includes Historic & Surrounding Neighborhoods
      • North Point & South of Roosevelt Bridge, East Stuart (Low Income Area)
      • 694 Acres
    • SJO
      Stuart - Demographics
      • 2000 Population: 14,633
      • Median Household Income: $30,574
      • Originally Known for Pineapple, Citrus, Flowers, Fishing
      • Today Known for Water Related Recreation
      • Martin County Gov Center, Medical, Legal, Financial & Social Activity
      • Existing Commercial, Residential, Limited Industrial
    • SJO
      Stuart - Assets
      • Historic Downtown (today small specialty retail, restaurants, offices)
      • 1989 Duany Platter-Zyberk Urban Code
      • Human Scale, Pedestrian-Friendly Urban Neighborhood
      • On Street Parking, Streetscape Improvements
      • Treasure Coast RPC & Design Team West Designs for Expanded Areas
      • Waterfront
      • Fishing
      • Government Center
    • SJO
      Stuart - Challenges
      • Suburban Style Shopping Strips, Free Standing Retail
      • 6-lane High Span Bridge
      • Bypass Roosevelt Bridge
      • Reduced Traffic, “Imposing Presence of New Bridge”
      • Old Housing Stock (1930’s & 1980’s)
      • Parking (Seasonal)
      • Retaining Historic Character
    • SJO
      Stuart - Strategies
      • Expand Housing Stock
      • Improve Connectivity
      • Marina & Waterfront
      • Improve Parking
      • Business / Merchants
      • Preserve Historic Buildings
      • Retain “Small Town Feel”
    • SJO
      Stuart - Regulatory
      • Reviewing City Comp Plan & Urban Code Regs at Same Time as CRA 2002
      • Urban Code - Operates Within Overlay Zoning District (Same Boundaries as CRA)
      • Revised Comp Plan, Urban Code & CRA Plan Simultaneously
      • Parking Alternatives
      • Currently Updating CRA Plan
    • SJO
      Stuart - Process
      • Charettes / Workshops
      • 20 Public Hearings
      • MSCW: Evaluation Study of CRA
      • Focus Groups
      • One on One Meetings
      • Stakeholder’s Meetings
      • CRA Public Hearing Process
    • SJO
      Stuart - Goals
      • Urban Core Revitalized
      • Livable
      • Walkable
      • Habitable
      • Active Urban Center
      • Community Pride
      • Able to Enjoy
    • SJO
      Stuart - Revenue
      • TIF
      • MPO Grants
      • CDBG Grants
      • Valet System: Collect $1 from Each Car Parked
      • CRA Plan – 15 Year Projection of Revenues & Expenses
      • Strategy for Funding Programs Through Issuance of Tax Exempt Revenue Bonds
      • Two Categories:
      ½ Money to Fund Improvements to CRA Neighborhoods
      ½ Money for Acquisition & Development of Public Parking
    • SJO
      Stuart - Programs
      • Façade Improvements
      • Green Improvements Grant
      • Stuart Main Street Program
      • Special Events Grants Up to $25K
      • Clean Up Vouchers – To Purchase Paint/Residential
    • SJO
      Mount Dora
      • Small Lakeside Community
      • 35 miles Northwest of Orlando
      • Bed & Breakfasts
      • 420 Acre CRA
    • SJO
      Mount Dora
      CRA Created 1987 – Improvements to Public Grounds, Infrastructure, Parking, R-O-W, & Parks
      • Downtown Area
      • Donnelly Street Corridor
      • Fifth Avenue Corridor
      • Highland Street Business Area
      • Lakefront Area
      • Roble & Camp Avenues Industrial Area
      Northeast CRA Created 1990
    • SJO
      Mount Dora - Demographics
      • City Population: 11,000 +/-
      • City Land Area: 11.25 Square Miles
      • Median Age: 45.3
      • 47% Male, 53% Female
      • Median Household Income: $43,775
      • 58% Owner Occupied Housing Units
      • Elevation: City Rises in Terraces from Lake Dora to 184 Feet
    • SJO
      Mount Dora - Assets
      • “Some Place Special”
      • “New England Hamlet”
      • Historic Homes (1800’s)
      • Lakeside Location
      • Tree Canopy – Giant Oaks
      • 216 Acres Park
      • Specialty Shops, Galleries, Boutiques, Antique Fairs, Restaurants
      • Cultural Activities
      • Walkable Streets
    • SJO
      Mount Dora - Challenges
      • Some Properties Undeveloped or Underutilized
      • Worry About Over Commercialization of Residential Areas
      • Maintaining City Character
      • Utilize Lakefront
      • Enhance Pedestrian Access to Lakefront
      • Right-of-Way Issue
    • SJO
      Mount Dora - Strategies
      • City Character
      • LDC Land Use Restrictions
      • No Drive-Thru
      • No Vehicle Related Businesses
      • Encourage Specialty Shops, Art Galleries, Restaurants
      • R-O-W Issue: Parking Garage on South Edge of Town
      • Large Lots on Periphery of Town/Parking
      • Maintain Downtown Core Area
    • SJO
      Mount Dora - Regulatory
      • Comprehensive Plan
      • Land Development Code
      • Historic District (Certificate of Appropriateness)
      • Community Redevelopment Area – Zoned Downtown Commercial
    • SJO
      Mount Dora - Revenue
      • TIF
      • 2007, TIF Revenue: $1,535,000
      • Roadway Improvements & Landscaping
      • Directional Signage
      • Parking Lot Resurfacing
      • Parking Garage Construction
      • Donnelly Park Improvements
    • SJO
      Mount Dora – ProgramsDevelopment Incentive Program
      • CRA Reimburse for Portion of Development fees up to $25K
      • Add Commercial Space – Renovate/Improve Existing Commercial
      • Attract Targeted Businesses (Identified by Market Study)
      • Improving Appearance
      • (Site Plan, Building & Sign Permit, Meter Fees, Impact Fee, Improvements to Utility R-O-W Required by City)
      • Next Year Consider Construction Reimbursement Incentives
    • SJO
      North Fort Myers
      • North Fort Myers Planning Area
    • SJO
      North Fort Myers - Demographics
      • 39 +/- Square Miles
      • 25,132 Acres
      • 27,300 Housing Units
      • Household size 2.31
      • Population 63,063
    • SJO
      North Fort Myers
      • Implementing Community Plan
      • LDC Regulations for:
      Town Centers
      Neighborhood Centers
      Corridor Overlay Districts
    • SJO
      North Fort Myers
      • Tool Box Dilemma for Town Center
      • Land Use Driven Code vs Form-Based Code
    • SJO
      North Fort Myers
      • Transect Map
    • SJO
      North Fort Myers
      Challenges for Form-Based Codes
      • Land Use Tables too Detailed
      • Using Density for Regulation
      • Not Using Urban Parking Standards
      • Open Space Requirements Need to be Urban
      • Building Placement Being Predictable
      • Addressing Frontages
      • Administrative Review
      • Lot Coverage
    • SJO
      Winter Park- General Info
      • 3 Miles from Orlando
      • 9 Square Miles
      CRA Created 1991
      • Land Acquisition
      • Street Improvements
      • Non-Profit Support
      • Community Programming
      2008: Creation of the Economic Development / CRA
      • Continued Management & Growth of the CRA
      • Capitalize on Economic Development
      • Business Sustainability
    • SJO
      Winter Park- Demographics
      • 28,000 Population
      • 45% Male
      • 22% Over 65
      • 30% Household Income Between $35,000 - $75,000
      • 70% of TIF from Commercial
      • 44% of People in the CRA are Homeowners
      • 41% Caucasian
      • 54% African American
    • SJO
      Winter Park- Assets
      • Passenger Railroad
      • Park System
      • Diverse Economic Base
      • Lakes
      • Historic Architecture
      • Old Florida Sense of Place
      • Brick Streets
      • Tree Canopy
      • Unique “Old World” Character
      • Vibrant Downtown, Gracious Neighborhoods & Landmark Buildings
      • Cultural Experiences
    • SJO
      Winter Park- Challenges
      • Public Safety Needs
      • Employment
      • Parking
      • Lack of Property Maintenance
      • Affordable Housing
      • Youth Recreational Programs
      • Minority Business Development
    • SJO
      Winter Park- Strategies
      “We aspire to continue to be the best to live, work and play in Central Florida by preserving a superior quality of life for today’s residents and for future generations.”
      Physical Plan:
      • Maintain Park Avenue – Primary Retail Core
      • Westside Scale, Character & Urban Fabric Enhanced Through Streetscape Improvements
      • Redevelopment of a North/South Residential Area
      Social Plan:
      • Address Human Development Issues for Westside Residents
      • Development of a Communication Network
      • Creation of Jobs Through Promotion of Neighborhood Commercial Development
      • Attention to Minority Business
      • Critical Need for a Variety of Decent Affordable Housing
      • Moderately Priced Infill Housing
      • Clean & Safe Living Environments
      • Social & Recreational Programs
    • SJO
      Winter Park- Regulatory
      • CRA Strategic Plan (2007) – Evaluate CRA Plan
      • Validated & Reinforced Existing Plan
      • Comprehensive Plan
      • Land Development Code
      • Design Review Code
      • Historic Register
      • Streetscape Revitalization
      • Considering Form-Based Codes
    • SJO
      Winter Park- Process
      • “Community Visioning”
      • 500 Shareholders
      • Community Wide Survey
      • Goal-Setting Meeting
      6 Top Goals
      • New or Renovated Community Center
      • Implement Overall Streetscape Plan
      • Preserve Historic Integrity / Neighborhood & Commercial
      • Long Term Financial Viability of CRA
      • Affordable Housing
      • Youth Resource Center
    • SJO
      Winter Park- Goals
      • Work with Economic Development Advisory Board
      • Revitalization & Enhancement of Commercial Areas
      • Create High Quality Jobs
      • Growing Businesses
      • Liveable
      • Viable Residential
      • Healthy
    • SJO
      Winter Park- RevenueStrategic Plan Includes Financing Framework / Timing
      • TIF
      • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
      • Grants: 2009 Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida; Center for Drug Free Living
      • Crealde School of Art; Enzian Theater; First Congregational Church; Hannibal Square Community Land Trust; Habitat for Humanity Winter Park; Hebni Nutrition; Morgan Ministries; Seniors First; Warner Chapel
      • Community Land Trust $1 Million Grant
      • CRA Bonds
    • SJO
      Winter Park- Programs
      • Business Façade Matching Grant Program
      • CRA Bond Allocation
      • Civic Venues / Economic Opportunities Study
      • Business Recognition Awards Program
      • Hub Zone Program
      • Summer Youth Enrichment Program
      • Commuter Rail Matching Grant Project
      • Pennsylvania Avenue Streetscape Extension
    • SJO
      Lake Placid - Demographics
      • “Town of Murals” (Over 40)
      • Population in 2007: 1878
      • 646 Households
      • 2.84 Square Miles
      • 34 Median Age
      • 2.57 Average Household Size
      • $28,194 Median Household Income
      • Caladium Capital of the World (98% World’s Bulbs)
    • SJO
      Lake Placid – Assets”Enjoy the ride thru town or out into County and view the real Florida.”
      • Murals
      • Unique Rolling Terrain
      • Abundance of Natural Inland Freshwater Lakes
      • Bicyclist – Joggers: Low Traffic Roads
      • Fishing
      • Swimming
      • Waterskiing
      • Boating
    • SJO
      Lake Placid - Challenges
      • Need for Greater Commercial Activities Including Renovations
      • Need for New Residential Growth
      • Job Opportunities Scarce
      • Need Permanent Revenue Resource for Redevelopment Activities
    • SJO
      Lake Placid - Strategies
      • Update Downtown Infrastructure
      • Decrease Vacancies
      • Create Permanent Revitalization Revenues
    • SJO
      Lake Placid - Regulatory
      • Establish CRA
      • Adopt CRA Plan
      • Establish TIF
      • Expand Traditional Urban Design Guidelines
    • SJO
      Lake Placid - Goals
      • Foster Redevelopment Investment
      • Attract More Visitors & Residents
      • Create More Downtown Activities
      • Increase Bicycling, Walking Opportunities
    • SJO
      Lake Placid – Anticipated Process
      Visioning / Charette Process to Establish
      • Lake Placid as more popular “destination”
      • Establish CRA or Downtown Community Plan
      • Establish Permanent Funding for Downtown Infrastructure
    • SJO
      Lake Placid - Revenue
      • CIE
      • Grants
      • General Fund
    • SJO
      Lake Placid - Programs
      • Façade Improvements
    • SJO
      Question & Answer
      James G. LaRue, AICP
      jim@larueplanning.com
      Sharon Jenkins-Owen, AICP sharon@sjolandconsultants.com
      Thank You!