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  1. 1. Building a Better Rhode IslandJune 1, 2013RhodeMap RI:RHODE ISLAND DIVISION OF PLANNING
  2. 2. RhodeMap RI Nationally competitive $1.9 Million from HUD over three years Regional Plan for Sustainable Development Integrated Placed Based ApproachSustainable Communities Regional Planning GrantDIVISION OF PLANNINGJef Nickerson
  4. 4. Economic DevelopmentData Analysis and Assessment Business Climate Cost of Doing Business Resource Assessment Cluster Analysis and Validation Regulatory Environment Marketing AnalysisDIVISION OF PLANNING
  5. 5. Market Opportunity NetworksDIVISION OF PLANNING
  6. 6. Equity Profile of Rhode IslandDIVISION OF PLANNINGDemographicsEconomic VitalityReadinessConnectedness Developed with PolicyLink How equitable is ourregion? Equity-driven growthmodel.Austin Post
  7. 7. DemographicsSource: U.S. Census BureauComposition of Growth by Decade, 1980-201044,88482,53158,99611,426-37,676-54,7481980-1990 1990-2000 2000-2010People of ColorNon-Hispanic WhiteTotal Population Growth by Decade, 1980-201062 1071902498858968588041980 1990 2000 2010Non-Hispanic WhitePeople of Color947,1541,003,4641,048,319 1,052,567People of color sustaining the state’s growth since 1980DIVISION OF PLANNING
  8. 8. DemographicsGrowing racial generation gapSource: U.S. Census BureauDIVISION OF PLANNING3%9%9%36%1980 1990 2000 2010Percent of seniorswho are POCPercent of youthwho are POC 27 percentagepoint gap7 percentage point gap
  9. 9. ReadinessAn education and skills gap for people of colorSources: IPUMS Microdata. Universe includes all persons ages 25 through 64.DIVISION OF PLANNING
  10. 10. DIVISION OF PLANNINGGrowth Centers
  11. 11. Land Use 2025Where are we . . .DIVISION OF PLANNING
  12. 12. Land Use 2025. . . and where arewe going?DIVISION OF PLANNING
  13. 13. Land Use 2025THE VISION Historic urban – ruraldistinction Concentrated development Conservation of open spaceand agricultural landscapes Excellence in communitydesignDIVISION OF PLANNING
  14. 14. Land Use 2025HOW DO WE GET THERE? Urban Services Boundary Directed state infrastructureinvestments Data and technicalassistance State Guide Plan and localcomprehensive plansDIVISION OF PLANNING
  15. 15. DIVISION OF PLANNINGGrowthCentersPeople Mixture of usesand housing typesTransit-friendlyBus icon: Marc Serre, from The Noun Project
  16. 16. DIVISION OF PLANNINGTOWNWesterlyURBANPawtucketVILLAGEHarrisvilleGrowth Center Types
  17. 17. DIVISION OF PLANNINGHOW TO LOCATE GROWTH CENTERS?Green AssetMappingEconomicAssetMappingPublic Input
  18. 18. DIVISION OF PLANNINGEconomic Asset MappingInstitutionsInfrastructureTransportationEnvironmentalWisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesHousingDevelopmentOpportunitiesJef Nickerson
  19. 19. DIVISION OF PLANNINGGrowth CentersGrowthCenterTypesIncentives andDisincentivesCommunityGuidanceSelectionCriteriaOUTCOMES
  20. 20. RhodeMap RIFor More Information Chris WittPrincipal Planner222-5759 or Jeff DavisPrincipal Planner222-4718 or jeff.davis@doa.ri.govDIVISION OF PLANNING