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Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning
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Coffee Talk 7: The Trade Offs of Land Use Planning

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A presentation prepared by Bill LaPatra with Mithun to educate residents along 35th Ave NE about land use planning principals and trade offs as part of a 7-part Coffee Talk series presented by the …

A presentation prepared by Bill LaPatra with Mithun to educate residents along 35th Ave NE about land use planning principals and trade offs as part of a 7-part Coffee Talk series presented by the American Planning Association, Washington Chapter's Community Planning Assistance Team (CPAT).

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  • 1. Approach for Changing Communities
  • 2. Image Credits: Seattle Times, Wedgwood in Seattle History Blog, Walking Seattle Neighborhoods Blog
  • 3. Coffee Talks  1. creating conditions to support neighborhood businesses  2. making a neighborhood walkable and proximate  3. design at a human scale  4. place making and successful streetscape features  5. density and its benefits  6. finanical realities of development  7. tradeoffs of land use planning
  • 4. Approach for Changing Communities  • Holistic • Comprehensive • Proactive  35th Avenue NE zoning and land use  Tradeoffs, lessons, and tools for community change • Placemaking • Density & Mix of Uses • Mobility & Complete Streets • District Infrastructure • Ecosystems & Habitat • Human Health & Wellbeing  Summary and Resources  Questions
  • 5. Community Change Holistic Comprehensive Proactive
  • 6. Holistic
  • 7. Placemaking Density & Mix of Uses Mobility & Complete Streets District Infrastructure Ecosystems & Habitat Human Health & Wellbeing Comprehensive
  • 8. Proactive
  • 9. Set goals and identify potential strategies
  • 10. Comprehensive Community Based Outreach and Needs Assessment
  • 11. Teen survey with Boys and Girls Club Pedestrian and Bike Conditions
  • 12. Traffic Calming at Mariposa Street Integrated Street Design: Pedestrian and Bike Safety
  • 13. Proactive
  • 14. Image Credits: Seattle Times, Wedgwood in Seattle History Blog, Walking Seattle Neighborhoods Blog
  • 15. Fundamentals of Zoning and Land Use Floor Area Ratio Form Based Design Guidelines
  • 16. Current Zoning along 35th Avenue NE
  • 17. Zoning: Lowrise Multifamily (L2 & L3)
  • 18. Zoning: Commercial
  • 19. Land Use along 35th Avenue NE
  • 20. Floor Area vs Form Based
  • 21. Tradeoffs, Lessons, and Tools
  • 22. Placemaking Density & Mix of Uses Mobility & Complete Streets District Infrastructure Ecosystems & Habitat Equity, Health & Wellbeing Key Principles for Sustainable Urbanism: Comprehensive Approach
  • 23. Placemaking:
  • 24. Placemaking: Will growth reflect and enhance our region?
  • 25. Placemaking: Pearl District Portland, Oregon
  • 26. Pearl District Portland, Oregon Placemaking: Will growth reflect and enhance our community?
  • 27. Tools:  Design guidelines Neighborhood plan  Branding and marketing campaign  Consider construction impacts, not just the final results  Community Benefits Agreements What are your thoughts for 35th Avenue NE?
  • 28. Density & Mix of Uses South Lake Union Urban Form Charrette
  • 29. Density & Mix of Uses: How will we grow?
  • 30. Tools:  Floor area ration (FAR)  Form-based codes. What are your thoughts for 35th Avenue NE?
  • 31. Equity, Health & Wellbeing South Lincoln Redevelopment Master Plan
  • 32. Equity, Health & Wellbeing: How can growth fairly distribute benefits and burdens? Can density improve well-being? South Lincoln Redevelopment Master Plan
  • 33. Tools:  Healthy Development Measurement Tool (HDMT)  Active Design Guidelines (NYC). What are your thoughts for 35th Avenue NE?
  • 34. Mobility & Complete Streets
  • 35. Mobility & Complete Streets: Will growth mean more traffic? How can we address it?
  • 36. PEDESTRIAN ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY INDEX
  • 37. PEDESTRIAN ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY INDEX
  • 38. Tools:  Pedestrian Environmental Quality Index (PEQI)  Complete Streets Policy Resources What are your thoughts for 35th Avenue NE?
  • 39. District Infrastructure
  • 40. District Infrastructure: What will increased demands on infrastructure mean?
  • 41. Tool:  EcoDistricts What partnerships and collaborations could work towards larger scale goals?
  • 42. Ecosystems & Habitat
  • 43. Ecosystems & Habitat: How can we retain the open space and function?
  • 44. Tools: Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES) LEED-ND Salmon Safe Program Seattle Green Stormwater Program (SPU)
  • 45. Approach Holistic, Comprehensive, Proactive
  • 46. EcoDistricts Toolkit Portland SustainabilityInstitute [www.pdxinstitute.org/index.php/ecodistricts] Community Benefit Agreement [www.communitybenefits.org/section.php?id=155] [www.laane.org/downloads/CBAStudy.pdf] Design guidelines Seattle Design Review Program [http://www.seattle.gov/dpd/Planning] Branding and marketing campaign Seattle Department of Neighborhoods [www.seattle.gov/neighborhoods] Existing business mitigation during construction phase Floor Area Ration (FAR) or Form-based codes Seattle Department of Planning and Development [www.seattle.gov/dpd] Resources Healthy Development MeasurementTool [www.thehdmt.org/] Active Design Guidelines (NYC) [www.nyc.gov/html/ddc/html/design/active_design.sht ml] Pedestrian Environmental Quality Index [www.sfphes.org/elements/24-elements/tools/106- pedestrian-environmental-quality-index] Complete Streets Policy Resources [www.completestreets.org] Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES) [www.sustainablesites.org] LEED-ND [www.usgbc.org] Seattle Green Stormwater Program [www.seattle.gov/util/About_SPU/Drainage_&_Sewer_S ystem/GreenStormwaterInfrastructure]

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