City-Wide Master Plan 2001 All Archives

Multi-Modal Transportation & Public Safety Policies Multi-Modal Transportation & Public Safety Policies
This document examins the multi-modal transportation and traffic safety issues. It identifies changes and improvements to the current transportation system necessary for improvement. Existing and proposed implementation schedules and funding sources necessary for the implementation of the proposed projects were also to be examined and discussed.
Housing Policies Housing Policies
This document considered housing opportunities, including an inventory of the current housing stock of the City. It identifies geographic locations where different types of housing including affordable housing could be located in the future. The Task Force also identified potential funding sources and other implementation tools and resources needed to increase housing opportunities in the City.
Geographic, Zoning and Land Use Policies Geographic, Zoning and Land Use Policies
This document includes suggestions and recommendations for revisions of zoning and land use patterns. It was accomplished by defining neighborhoods and development and or redevelopment areas into “Planning Zones” using physical or natural geographic dividers. This Task Force provided a clear direction for future zoning and land use decisions.
Environmental & Conservation Policies Environmental & Conservation Policies
This document examines economic development and redevelopment issues confronting the City and established economic development priorities. It identifies specific locations into which new businesses can be attracted. The Task Force also considered strategies for the recruitment of new commercial and industrial businesses, while maintaining and expanding existing commercial and industrial businesses in the City.
Economic Development & Redevelopment Policies Economic Development & Redevelopment Policies
This document examines the economic development and redevelopment issues confronting the City and established economic development priorities. It identifies specific locations into which new businesses can be attracted. The Task Force also considered strategies for the recruitment of new commercial and industrial businesses, while maintaining and expanding existing commercial and industrial businesses in the City.
Policy Document - Volume II Policy Document - Volume II
The City-Wide Master Plan is divided into two volumes. Volume II, this document, the Policy Plan document, is intended to act as a broad statement of City policy to guide decisions to enhance the built and natural environment for the benefit of existing and future generations. The two documents are intended to be utilized together to implement the City’s Master Planning intentions, however Volume II takes precedent in areas where there are conflicts.
Existing Conditions, Recommendations and Polices - Volume I Existing Conditions, Recommendations and Polices - Volume I
The City-Wide Master Plan is divided into two volumes. Volume I, this document, is presented in a comprehensive manner. First, the organizing elements of the Master Plan are defined. Then the existing conditions and proposed recommendations for each geographic Sub-Area are presented, followed by supporting policies.