Greenbelt Master Plan 2009-09-14.pps
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Greenbelt Alternatives Meeting Introduction Parks and Greenbelt Master Plan Recreation Facilities Master Plan Update Master’s Thesis Project By: Brandon Haydu Community Identified Greenbelts as a Priority Pi i Planning Process Facilities Master Plan, Other City 1) Data Collection Documents, and Input from Staff 2) Community Feedback Community Meeting and Survey Survey Results, LOS 3) Data Collection Calculations, and Population Projections No Change, Moderate 4) Three Alternatives Change, Extensive Change 5) Community Feedback Community Meeting D ft Greenbelt Master Draft G b lt M t 6) FINAL PLAN Plan Presented to City # of Responses 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Lo O op th Ar er ou C nd survey on Da n vi ec tA s ll S C ch on oo ne ls ct A ll P ar ks N on C e en t ra l D av is N or th Da vi W s es tD av is C em et er So y ut h D Connection av is Ea st D av is 2n d h St re an et d Pu ja nd ta g h co C ve re ll D ek ru To m M m on ac To Ar bo d e an Pu re d tu ta h m Co C /8 w 0/ el re ek So l ut So h ut D h av Fo is • Feedback illustrated desire for greenbelt rk Community Feedback Pr es er ve • Good feedback from last meeting and online connections through central Davis and Cemetery Community Feedback • Walking, running, and biking were primary greenbelt uses • Existing g g y g greenbelts were rated highly Existing Conditions p • Ten percent of the area in new residential development shall be greenbelt. – City may make exceptions if open space is dedicated in lieu paid. or in-lieu fee toward greenbelts is paid -Davis General Plan Section V Chapter 9 Goal POS 3 • Population- 66,005 -California Department of Finance • 165.5 acres of greenbelt g people • 2.5 greenbelt acres/1,000 p p • Greenbelts operate at LOS A generally, and LOS B in some locations during peak hour Expected Growth Estimate- 73,033 • 2020 Population Estimate 73 033 Future greenbelt acreage and placement • F t b lt d l t will vary depending on development intensity and greenbelt standards i t it d b lt t d d Future Greenbelts With No Policy Design Changes or D i Ch • Ten percent of the area in new residential development shall be greenbelt. y y p p p – City may make exceptions if open space is dedicated or in-lieu fee toward greenbelts is paid. Davis -Davis General Plan Section V Chapter 9 Goal POS 3 • Population Estimate-73,033 • 195 acres of greenbelt • 2.7 Greenbelt Acres/1,000 People with No Change Future Greenbelts With Moderate Policy Design Changes P li or D i Ch p • Ten percent of the area in new residential development shall be greenbelt if parcel is designated on greenbelt map. In-lieu fee towards development of g p p greenbelts on map shall be paid if parcel is not designated on greenbelt map. Estimation-73,033 • Population Estimation 73 033 • 195 acres of greenbelt • 2.7 Greenbelt Acres/1,000 People with Moderate G ee be t c es/ ,000 eop e t ode ate Change • Future Greenbelt LOS with Moderate Change Greenbelt Connector or Green-Street • Used in developed areas where compete greenbelts cannot be developed. greenbelt, • Primary function is to act as a greenbelt and provide a safe and attractive route for users greenbelt users. • Secondary function is to move motor hi l traffic. vehicle t ffi • Does not have parking facilities. Future Greenbelts With Extensive Policy Design Changes P li or D i Ch p • 17.5 percent of the area in new residential development shall be greenbelt if parcel is designated on greenbelt map. In-lieu fee towards development of greenbelts on map shall be paid if parcel is not designated on greenbelt map. p • Population Estimation-73,033 • 218 acres of greenbelt • 3 Greenbelt Acres/1,000 People with Extensive Change Feedback • Let us know what you think! • Specific recommendations regarding connections and amenities • General recommendations on policy di ti direction – Would you like No Change, Moderate Change, or E t Ch i Change? Extensive Ch ?