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2007 Community Plan

Introduction


Foundations


Character & Environment


Land Use


Community Facilities


Historic Preservation

What Types Of Amendments Are Being Considered?

City staff has undertaken a comprehensive review of potential amendments for consideration. Thus far, five major types of amendments have been identified: Technical Amendments A wide variety of technical updates are necessary to maintain the Plan’s accuracy and relevancy. These includ
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What are the Project Objectives?

Primary project objectives include: Incorporating interim Plan amendments adopted by City Council since the 2007 adoption of the Plan; Integrating major planning initiatives undertaken since adoption of the Plan; Performing basic maintenance to ensure technical content is up-to-date,
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Determining a Landscape Language

Architecture can establish the visual character of the built environment, but the landscape or setting upon which buildings are placed equally defines the look and feel of an area. The West Innovation District is situated on the edge of wide open agricultural areas with woodland, wetl
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Providing Land Use Direction

The Land Use Plan for the West Innovation District establishes a general hierarchy of uses and the associated character that will be expected. The relationship between land use and transportation planning are intricately linked in a developing area. As the western most portion of Dubl
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Figure 3.3 Avery Woerner Temple Plan

Area plan concepts are general guides to indicate potential development options. Plans are schematic only, and the actual mix of land uses, locations and configurations of buildings, parking areas and access points will be determined through the public review process. Properties retai
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Figure 3.2 Avery/Shier Rings Plan

Area plan concepts are general guides to indicate potential development options. Plans are schematic only, and the actual mix of land uses, locations and configurations of buildings, parking areas and access points will be determined through the public review process. Properties retai
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Table 3.5 Mixed Use Design, Targeted Mix of Uses

Table 3.5 Mixed Use Design, Targeted Mix of Uses
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