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Neighborhood Relations Council Update Meeting. February 21, 2011. Update Meeting Agenda. Welcome – Sr. Joan Lescinski, SAU President Review of Neighborhood Council Purpose & Work – Council Members City Planning Area 4 Initiative – Roy DeWitt SAU Initiatives Update – Tim Phillips

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Neighborhood relations council update meeting

Neighborhood Relations Council Update Meeting

February 21, 2011


Update meeting agenda

Update Meeting Agenda

  • Welcome – Sr. Joan Lescinski, SAU President

  • Review of Neighborhood Council Purpose & Work – Council Members

  • City Planning Area 4 Initiative – Roy DeWitt

  • SAU Initiatives Update – Tim Phillips

  • SAU/City Water Management Project

  • Questions


Neighborhood relations council members

Neighborhood Relations Council Members


Vision

Vision

  • The vision of the NRC is to create a model for communication, innovation, conflict resolution, service response, neighborhood stability and University operation through a spirit of mutual regard and respect for all individuals in their living, learning and work environments. (Approved 12/10/08)

  • The mission of the NRC is to build positive relationships among the City of Davenport, St. Ambrose University and the neighbors directly surrounding the main campus toward management of the University’s growth and improvement of the quality of life for the surrounding neighborhoods. (Approved 12/10/08)

Mission


Nrc goals for 2010 2011

NRC Goals for 2010-2011


Student distribution

Student Distribution


What we are still working on

What we are still working on:

  • Strengthening neighborhood groups

  • Parking lot management & demand

  • Partnerships to foster neighborhood stability

  • Managing neighborhood behavior

  • Engaging landlords more directly

  • Mechanisms for communication to you

  • Influencing reduction of negative growth impact on neighborhoods


Neighborhood relations council update meeting

City Initiatives Update

City Planning Area 4 Update

Roy Dewitt - Neighborhood Services Specialist


Planning area ward map

Planning Area / Ward Map


Planning area 4 boundary map

Planning Area 4 Boundary Map


Neighborhood relations council update meeting

Goals & Implementation Matrix


Thank you www cityofdavenportiowa com neighborhoods

Thank you!www.cityofdavenportiowa.com/neighborhoods


Sau facilities planning project

SAU Facilities Planning Project

  • Fall – information gathering – met with NRC

    • January – initial design thoughts – met with neighborhood leadership

    • March – will provide updated design thoughts

    • April – plan submitted to Board of Trustees

  • Working with as a 2020 projection (10YR Look)

  • Full scope likely not realized in 10 years


Sau enrollment projections 2020

SAU Enrollment Projections(2020)

  • Working Enrollment Projections – 4250 (3625)

    • Comprising 2750 UG, 1000 G, and 500 ACCEL

    • Currently (2575 UG, 775 G, 275 ACCEL)

  • Increase to UG will occur via two initiatives:

    • Maintaining retention rates at 80%

    • Slight new student enrollments over next 10 years

      Graduate students will be evening/on-line

      ACCEL students are part-time and @ 54th Street


Sau facilities planning cont

SAU Facilities Planning cont.

  • Likely propose first phase this Spring

    • New Residence Hall – appx. 200 beds

      • Likely house sophomores - seniors

    • Location undetermined

    • Parking study recommendations pending

      • Need for additional spaces being reviewed

      • Parking management policies also being reviewed

    • Community meeting once process is finalized to review residence hall proposal


Residential students

Residential Students


Sau city water mangmt project

SAU/City Water Mangmt Project

  • Project will commence mid-May

  • Designed to capture rain water & reduce flooding

  • Series of holding tanks for slow release

  • Designed to ecologically disperse water

  • Will not simply push downhill

  • Additional 48-inch overflow pipe(s)

  • Parking replaced with net loss of 10

  • Designs consistent with new City guidelines

  • Completion date in early August


Assistive technology house

Assistive Technology House

Located at 2126 Brown Street

  • Expansion of lab serving since 2000

  • Community resources to professionals, families and organizations to embrace safety, independence and functionality

  • House will be a training center

  • Display home adaptations and modifications

  • Only external will be new deck and ramp

  • Access by appointment only


Critical to our success

Critical to Our Success

  • Open communication (please contact us)

  • Clarity on how we want “our” community to be

  • Your feedback and involvement

  • Active neighborhood groups

  • Intentional relationship development in your neighborhood


Neighborhood relations council update meeting

Questions?

Upcoming Dates:

March 14-18 Spring Break

April 30 Dash 4 Drex/Last Blast

May 14 Graduation


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