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City of Waynesboro Entrance Corridor Design Guidelines. The Entrance Corridors. Rosser Ave. West Main St. Ivy St. Delphine Ave. East Main Street I-64 Broad St. Why Guidelines for Entrance Corridors. New Entrance Corridor Regulations in Zoning Ordinance are limited:

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The Entrance Corridors

Rosser Ave.

West Main St.

Ivy St.

Delphine Ave.

East Main Street

I-64

Broad St.

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Why Guidelines for Entrance Corridors

New Entrance Corridor Regulations in Zoning Ordinance are limited:

-> Establishes 95- foot Maximum Setback

-> Regulates the massing of buildings over 60,000 square feet

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Why Guidelines for Entrance Corridors

  • Aesthetic improvements supports economic redevelopment.
    • Promotes tourism
    • Entrance Corridors make critical first impressions on business prospects.
  • Increases in property values.
  • This is where welive… Attractive streets are important to our quality of life.
  • Establishes goals for (future) implementation plans.
  • Enables citizens, staff, and decision makers to evaluate development proposals and plan for public projects.
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Coordinating Public versus Private

Outside the Right of Way

“Built Form”

Residential

Commercial

Right of Way

Right of Way

Within the Right of Way

“Street Components”

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Coordinating Public versus Private

Built Form

Right of Way

Street Components

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Built Form Types

  • Suburban Highway Commercial Form
  • Suburban Mixed Use Form
  • Urban Mixed Use Form
  • Residential/ Office Form
  • Residential Form
  • Interstate Form

The West End Retail Area

West Main Street Area

Deceasing in Intensity

Delphine/ East Main Street Area

Rosser Avenue near West Main Street

“Fronting” versus “Backing”

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Suburban Highway Commercial Form

“Must protect and promote our success…”

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Suburban Highway Commercial Form

“Must protect and promote our success…”

Unified building design

Excessive parking lot

Provide landscaped screening for front parking

Add street trees

Articulated building design

95’ maximum building setback

Landscaped parking lot

Provide high quality signs

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Suburban Highway Commercial Form

“Must protect and promote our success…”

Wayfinding Signage

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Suburban Mixed Use Form

“What was… Transformed into what could be…”

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Urban Mixed Use Form

“ Must redevelop to revitalize…”

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Residential Office Form“Thoughtful conversion…”

Allow office and neighborhood uses that maintain residential scale and quality.

Encourage reuse of existing vacant single family houses as professional offices or small businesses

Use street trees to form a unified streetscape.

Add screening to reduce the impact of front parking

Use landscaping to reinforce the importance of key locations.

Locate building closer to street with parking at side or rear

Reduce the visual impact of mass of building.

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Interstate 64 Form

“How do we want to be viewed?”

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Improvements within Right-of-Way

  • Street Components:
  • Lane Configurations
  • Landscaping
  • Signage (Public & Private)
  • Wayfinding Signs
  • Sidewalks
  • Access Management
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