CodeNEXT Priorities
17 January 2014 - 10:41, by , in Forums, No comments

The PowerPoint below explains the CodeNEXT priorities:

AIA-CNU-ASLA-UPDATED 12.4.13-codenext input 11.25.13

Be sure to attend one of the remaining CodeNEXT Community Character Workshops.  Data will be collected to determine your neighborhood’s priorities.

  • Friday, January 24, 7:30 – 9:30 a.m., St. David’s Episcopal Church, Sumners Hall, 301 E. 8th Street
  • Saturday, January 25, 10:00 a.m. – noon, ACC Eastview Campus, Auditorium 8500, 3401 Webberville Road

 

Realizing the Plan: The Imagine Austn 8 Priority Programs

Invest in compact and connected Austin

•  COMPLETE COMMUNITIES AND NEIGHBORHOOD CHARACTER & URBAN DESIGN & BUILDING DESIGN STANDARDS (includes

NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING & COMPATIBILITY) (Alan Holt, Aaron Volmer, Paul Detke, Girard Kinney, Bart Whatley, Roger Mueller, Dex Og)

•  COMPLETE STREETS & TRANSIT-­‐, BIKE-­‐ & PED-­‐SUPPORTIVE DEVELOPMENT (Greg Kiloh, Susan Daniels, Jana McCann)

Sustainably manage our water resources.

Use green infrastructure to protect environmentally sensi*ve areas and integrate nature into the city.

•  NATURAL RESOURCES, RESILIENCY, LANDSCAPE & SITE DESIGN (Laura Toups, Lauren Stanley, Chris Jackson, Michele Van Hyie, Eric Schulz)

Contnue to grow Aus*n’s economy by investing in our workforce, education systems, entrepreneurs, and local businesses.

•  DEVELOPMENT PROCESS & CODE STRUCTURE, CLARITY, USABILITY (Ron Thrower, Jeff Needles, Eric Van Hyie, Lee Einsweiler, Susan

Daniels, Jeremy Wahlberg, Paul Detke, Jay Colombo)

Grow and invest in Austin’s creative economy.

•  HISTORIC & CULTURAL RESOURCES, ARTS (Philip Southwick, Mark Yznaga, Laurie Limbacher, Sue Lambe)

Develop and maintain house hold affordability throughout Austin.

•  HOUSING OPTIONS FOR ALL INCOMES & AGES (Steve Oliver, Kit Johnson, James Foster, Thomas Boes, Terry Mitchell)

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