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South Knoll Area Neighborhood Plan

  1. 1. SOUTH KNOLL AREA August 15, 2013
  2. 2. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning  Implementation of the Comprehensive Plan  In-depth analysis of a smaller area  Action-oriented  Shorter implementation period (5-7 years)  Focuses service provisions WHAT IS A NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN? __________________________________________
  3. 3. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning
  4. 4. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning  Kick-Off Meeting –October 2012  Written Questionnaire –October 2012  Neighborhood Resource Team -November 2012 – July 2013  Issues & Opportunities Meeting -November 2012  Public Meeting Series -February 2013  Open House -July 2013 PUBLIC INPUT __________________________________________
  5. 5. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning
  6. 6. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning
  7. 7. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning Ch 1: Introduction Ch 2: Neighborhood Integrity & Community Character Ch 3: Mobility Ch 4: Public Facilities & Services Ch 5: Implementation App A: Existing Conditions Report App B: Public Input Summary App C-F PLAN ELEMENTS __________________________________________
  8. 8. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning “… to be a neighborhood that is desired and valued for its single-family-friendly character with: CHAPTER 2: GOAL Neighborhood Integrity & Community Character __________________________________________ •Reduced character impacts of high-density housing in the neighborhood; •Continued investment in and maintenance of area schools, parks, and trails; •Preservation of the existing larger-lot development pattern and eclectic architecture; and •Supported by effective neighborhood organizations.”
  9. 9. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning  Overlay that further limits number of unrelated  Additional Rental Registration information  Code of Ordinance amendments  Parking removal for character reasons  Potential historic district and landmarks CHAPTER 2: Neighborhood Integrity & Community Character __________________________________________
  10. 10. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning “…to maintain a safe and efficient transportation network and improve multi-modal transportation options by increasing the continuity of bicycle and pedestrian routes to key destinations, while protecting the single-family character and integrity of the neighborhood.” CHAPTER 3: Mobility - GOAL __________________________________________
  11. 11. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning  Emergency vehicle safety evaluations  Install already approved “No Parking” signs in certain areas  Additional parking removal  Character parking removal options  Additional pedestrian facilities (sidewalks, mid-block refuge)  Glade Street Bike Lane/Route CHAPTER 3: Mobility __________________________________________
  12. 12. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning
  13. 13. NEIGHBORHOOD PARKINGwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning
  14. 14. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning  Emergency vehicle safety evaluations  Install already approved “No Parking” signs in certain areas  Additional parking removal  Character parking removal options  Additional pedestrian facilities (sidewalks, mid-block refuge)  Glade Street Bike Lane/Route CHAPTER 3: Mobility __________________________________________
  15. 15. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning
  16. 16. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning
  17. 17. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning
  18. 18. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning
  19. 19. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning  Emergency vehicle safety evaluations  Install already approved “No Parking” signs in certain areas  Additional parking removal  Character parking removal options  Additional pedestrian facilities (sidewalks, mid-block refuge)  Glade Street Bike Lane/Route  Way-finding for walkers and bikers  Wider Southwest Parkway Sidewalks to accommodate multi-modal CHAPTER 3: Mobility __________________________________________
  20. 20. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning
  21. 21. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning  Emergency vehicle safety evaluations  Install already approved “No Parking” signs in certain areas  Additional parking removal  Character parking removal options  Additional pedestrian facilities (sidewalks, mid-block refuge)  Glade Street Bike Lane/Route CHAPTER 3: Mobility __________________________________________
  22. 22. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning
  23. 23. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning  Emergency vehicle safety evaluations  Install already approved “No Parking” signs in certain areas  Additional parking removal  Character parking removal options  Additional pedestrian facilities (sidewalks, mid-block refuge)  Glade Street Bike Lane/Route CHAPTER 3: Mobility __________________________________________
  24. 24. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning “…to provide and maintain public facilities and services that meet the needs of the residents and positively contribute to the integrity of the neighborhood and an enhanced single-family friendly character.” CHAPTER 4: Public Facilities & Services - GOAL __________________________________________
  25. 25. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning  Increased & pro-active Code Enforcement  Digital information packets  Support and encourage Neighborhood Associations  Parks improvements CHAPTER 4: Public Facilities & Services __________________________________________
  26. 26. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning  Four implementation periods  Short-term (1-3 years)  Mid-term (3-5 years)  Long-term (5-7 years)  Beyond Plan  Implementation & Coordination Roles CHAPTER 5: Implementation __________________________________________
  27. 27. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning  Funding & Costs  Total estimated cost $530,000 in addition to existing committed funds  Primarily for construction projects such as sidewalks and park improvements  Large portion of costs are scheduled for later implementation periods CHAPTER 5: Implementation __________________________________________
  28. 28. South Knoll Area Neighborhood Planwww.cstx.gov/ndcplanning  Option for overlay to further limit number of unrelated  Additional Rental Registration information  Parking removal from 2:00a.m. – 6:00a.m.  Option for one side of street removal  Glade Street bike lane/route with parking removal TOPICS OF INTEREST __________________________________________
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  30. 30. SOUTH KNOLL AREA September 26, 2013
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