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Sustainable Orange County. Built Environment Subcommittee August 19, 2013. What is Sustainability?.

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Sustainable orange county

Sustainable Orange County

Built Environment Subcommittee

August 19, 2013


What is sustainability
What is Sustainability?

“Sustainability is a dynamic, democratic process through which communities plan to meet the needs of current and future generations without compromising the ecosystems upon which they depend by balancing social, economic, and environmental resources, incorporating resilience, and linking local actions to global and regional concerns.”


What is sustainability1
What is Sustainability?

“Sustainable communities encourage people to work together to create healthy communities where natural and historic resources are preserved, jobs are available, sprawl is contained, neighborhoods are secure, education is lifelong, transportation and health care are accessible, and all citizens have opportunities to improve the quality of their lives.”


Energy and Water Efficiency

Renewable Energy

Urban Design and Placemaking

Infill and Redevelopment

Workforce Housing


Energy water efficiency
Energy & Water Efficiency

  • Goal: Improve the energy and water efficiency of the community’s residential, commercial, and institutional building stock

  • Targets:

    • Reduce the energy use intensity of the community’s building stock 25% by 2020, 50% by 2040

    • Reduce the water use per capita 25% by 2020, 50% by 2040


Energy water efficiency strategies

Quality (surface water bodies, contamination sites, stormwater management)

Use (potable/non-potable, household, irrigation, energy production, reuse)

Energy & Water Efficiency: Strategies


Renewable energy
Renewable Energy stormwater management)

  • Goal: Provide affordable and secure renewable energy supplies that minimize environmental pollution, conserve natural resources and benefit the local economy

  • Targets:

    • Increase the use of renewable energy production in commercial and residential buildings by 10% by 2020, 25% by 2040


Renewable energy strategies

Quality (surface water bodies, contamination sites, stormwater management)

Use (potable/non-potable, household, irrigation, energy production, reuse)

Renewable Energy: Strategies


Urban design and placemaking
Urban Design and stormwater management)Placemaking

  • Orange County Market Areas

    • Focusing on key areas

  • Horizon West

Greenfield Development

  • Innovation Way

Urban Service Area

  • Infill / Redevelopment

UCF

Urban Service Area

USA: Pop=652,105

Area=170,016 Acres

DU/AC=3.09

  • Rural Transition

Rural Settlements

Horizon West

Econ

Innovation Way

OIA

OCCC

River

SunRail

Theme Parks

Medical

City


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Urban Design and stormwater management)Placemaking

  • 12 TRANSIT AREAS

  • CURRENT DENSITY (1/2 MILE)

    • Range 0.38 to 3.69 units per acre

    • Average less than 2 units per acre

  • TO REACH TRANSIT DENSITY TARGET 7 UNITS/ACRE:

    • Add 18,873 units by 2040

    • 2,696 units per area


Urban design and placemaking2
Urban Design and stormwater management)Placemaking


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Urban Design and stormwater management)Placemaking


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Urban Design and stormwater management)Placemaking

  • WALKABLE AREAS

    • 31 areas range 0.37 to 5.31 units per acre

    • Currently average 2.94 units per acre

    • Pop: 82,935

    • DU: 37,527

    • Area: 12,781

    • Du/ac: 2.94


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Urban Design and stormwater management)Placemaking

  • Goal: Concentrate development in compact, human-scaled, walkable centers and neighborhoods that connect to transit, offer diverse uses and services, and provide housing options for families of all income levels.

  • Targets:

    • 10 minute walk for daily needs for 33% of residents of the urban service area by 2040

    • _% Residents near .5 mi of open space by 2020, __ by 2040


Urban design and placemaking strategies

Quality (surface water bodies, contamination sites, stormwater management)

Use (potable/non-potable, household, irrigation, energy production, reuse)

Urban Design and Placemaking: Strategies


Infill and redevelopment
Infill and Redevelopment stormwater management)

  • Goals: Focus new growth in infill areas and on redevelopment that does not require the extension of water, sewer, and road infrastructure or facilitate sprawl

  • Targets

    • Increase the percentage of new development in locally-designated infill and redevelopment area, previously developed, brownfield, and greyfield sites


Infill and redevelopment strategies

Quality (surface water bodies, contamination sites, stormwater management)

Use (potable/non-potable, household, irrigation, energy production, reuse)

Infill and Redevelopment: Strategies


Workforce housing
Workforce Housing stormwater management)

  • Goals: Promote the development and preservation of workforce housing through innovative policy recommendations that will improve the production and sustainability or workforce housing in Orange County

  • Targets

    • Demonstrate that 10% of residential units built or substantially rehabilitated in the past 3 years in the community’s Compact & Complete Centers (CCCs) are dedicated as affordable housing


Workforce housing strategies

Quality (surface water bodies, contamination sites, stormwater management)

Use (potable/non-potable, household, irrigation, energy production, reuse)

Workforce Housing: Strategies


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