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Whittier Neighborhood. 2007 Update (August 2007). Purpose of Stakeholder Meeting:. Update neighborhood on progress of the report Ask neighborhood opinion about points in report Shape document into a true neighborhood plan. Data obtained for the report so far includes:

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Whittier neighborhood

Whittier Neighborhood

2007 Update

(August 2007)


Purpose of stakeholder meeting
Purpose of Stakeholder Meeting:

Update neighborhood on progress of the report

Ask neighborhood opinion about points in report

Shape document into a true neighborhood plan



Introduction to planning
Introduction to Planning

  • Why traditional neighborhoods are important

  • Explain:

    • Land Use

    • Infrastructure

    • Transportation

    • Common Destination

    • Property Maintenance

    • Assistance Programs

    • Housing Stock Diversity

    • Neighborhood Cultural Diversity

    • Special Programs and Needs


Neighborhood focus area
Neighborhood Focus Area

  • Current Whittier Neighborhood (Map)

  • Roads – Infrastructure

  • Schools (Map)

  • Churches

  • History

    • Subdivisions (Map)

    • Boundaries


Previous neighborhood actions
Previous Neighborhood Actions

  • Background

  • 1977 Recommendations and Follow-up

  • Residents Concerns Over the Years

    • 1977

      • Day care center, teen recreation facilities, neighborhood adult education classes, neighborhood cleanup, demolition of abandoned buildings, and better street lighting.

    • 1984

      • Needed continue cleanup and property maintenance, various traffic and parking problems, lack of trees in the neighborhood.

    • 2007

      • Neighborhood cleanup, city code enforcement issues, and traffic safety.

  • Concern Trend Analysis


Current neighborhood strategy
Current Neighborhood Strategy

  • Cleanup Committee

  • Zoning and Code Committee (Map)

  • Traffic Safety Committee

  • Past and Current Legal Issues

  • Comparing demographics between years

    • Population age

    • Homeownership

    • Diversity


Future needs
Future needs

  • Future Area Development Possibilities

  • Neighborhood Options for Staying Active

  • Transit (Map)

  • Landmarks (next slide)

  • Neighborhood Identification

  • Gateway Areas


Landmarks

Wesley United Methodist Church

East Side Lutheran Church

Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish

Faith Lutheran Church

Etheopian Orthodox Church

East Side Reform Church

Islamic Center of Sioux Falls

SD School for the Deaf

Joe Foss School

Whittier Middle School

Terry Redlin School

Falls Park

Winona Park

Whittier Park

Heritage Park

Meldrum Park

Salvation Army

Union Gospel Mission

Sioux Falls Transit

Old Sioux Falls Fire Station

Manna Bakery

Little Flower School

Heritage Apartments

The Banquet

Others?

Landmarks


Neighborhood conclusions
Neighborhood Conclusions

  • Conclusion

  • Recommendations


Extras
Extras

  • Bibliography

  • Appendix A – List of Block Groups

  • Appendix B – Neighborhood Opportunities Options Page

  • Appendix C – Landmarks

  • Appendix D – Whittier Neighborhood Traffic Counts from 2002 to 2006


Comments or concerns
Comments or Concerns?

Please Contact by: July 30, 2007

Contact: A.J. Schmidt

Sioux Falls Planning Office

(605) 367 – 8888

Or Email at: [email protected]


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