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    1. 2012 National Planning Conference Cooperative Planning (S445)

    2. Introductions Paul Bringhurst, AICP Salt Lake County Planning & Development Services Christie Oostema, AICP Envision Utah David D. White, AICP Salt Lake County Community Resources and Development Dwayne S. Marsh U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

    3. Cooperative Planning and Sustainable Communities Dwayne S. Marsh Senior Advisor Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities, HUD

    4. What Is a Sustainable Community? 4

    5. What Is a Sustainable Community? Balances social, economic, and natural assets to meet the diverse needs of residents now and in the future Uses resources efficiently High quality of life attracts residents and businesses Transportation and housing options within neighborhood and to the region Engages all residents in shaping the future of their communities 5

    8. HUDs Sustainable Communities Initiative Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant Program $100 million in FY2010 (45 regions funded) $70 million in FY2011 (29 regions funded) $46 million requested in FY2013 Community Challenge Grant Program $40 million in FY2010 + DOT funding (62 communities funded) $30 million in FY2011 (27 communities + states funded) $46 million requested in FY2013 Preferred Sustainability Status Community Development Block Grants Choice Neighborhoods Energy Efficiency and Weatherization efforts (with DOE) Capacity Building to support local and regional initiatives Improving data and tool development and dissemination

    9. HUD Sustainable Communities Planning Grantees Supporting work in 48 states and DC Covers all population ranges and community types. Two statewide efforts in New Hampshire and Rhode Island. More than 150 million Americans who live in grantee regions and communities. 9

    10. Other Elements Supported by HUD Sustainability Grants Economic Development as focal point (aligns with USDA and EDAs work) Access to Housing and Opportunity Connection to other local goals: disaster planning and recovery, access to local foods, public health, energy efficiency Performance measures and locally defined outcomes Core requirement: working partnerships that infuse authentic participation and decisionmaking into the planning process. 10

    11. http://www.huduser.org/sustainability/home.html Sustainable Communities Resource Center

    12. Cooperative county plan David D. White, AICP Director Sustainable Development, Salt Lake County

    13. What is the Cooperative County Plan?

    14. Forging Local Relationships Identified stakeholders Door to door to visit municipal planning departments Engaged the Council of Governments Involved regional agencies to participate (MPO, UTA, UDOT) Facilitate regular meetings Encourage participation of all stakeholders

    15. Tools & Communication

    16. Outreach

    17. Pursuing the Grant

    18. The Beginning of a Consortium

    19. Ideas & Actions Exchange

    21. A Context for ENGAGEMENT

    22. The face of America, and Utah, is changing. (Courtesy Dr. Nelson, University of Utah, Department of City and Metropolitan Planning)

    23. The American Dream is now plural Dreams (Courtesy Dr. Nelson, University of Utah, Dept of City and Metropolitan Planning) 25% of Americans want walk/bike access to jobs, transit and errands. 50% of Americans want diverse, mixed-use neighborhoods. 75% of Utahns say the ideal community includes a mix of housing and lot sizes, mix of ages/life stages, and transit options. Fewer than 10% have those options now.

    27. Enhanced Mobility and Economic Growth

    30. Transportation Choices Housing Strategies Envision Tomorrow + Innovative Zoning Financing Strategies Demonstration Sites

    34. Growth in Centers responds to market demand Demographic trends: First wave of baby boomers will be 65 in 2011 Largest number of millenials reaches 22 in 2012 The Vision puts more new homes and jobs in walkable developments near transit stations. This preserves the character of existing suburban neighborhoods.

    35. Transportation Choices

    36. Wasatch Front Regional Transportation Plan

    38. Who are we planning for?

    42. Transportation Effects Building Energy Consumption Water Consumption Air Quality Return on Investment Tax Collections Fiscal Impact Public Health Employment Growth Development Capital Transportation Safety Workforce Housing Public Assets

    43. What is Envision Tomorrow? Suite of open source planning tools: Prototype Builder Return on Investment (ROI) model Scenario Builder Extension for ArcGIS 18 modules or apps under development

    44. Scenario Building Process

    45. Scenario Building Process

    46. Scenario Building Process

    47. Real-time Scenario Building and Evaluation

    48. Monitor Indicators in Real-time

    49. Design and Test Multiple Scenarios Test land use policies Experiment with new development patterns

    50. Scenario Building Process

    51. Scenario Indicators Anything we can know about a building, we can know about a scenario Housing and Jobs: mix and density Land Consumption: vacant, agricultural, infill Housing Affordability Employment Profile: sq ft, jobs, income Resource Usage: energy and water Waste Production: water, solid, carbon emissions Fiscal Impact: local revenue and infrastructure costs

    54. Apply concepts in a real world setting Evaluate different scenarios Stakeholder and public process Share lessons learned, approaches

    55. Metropolitan Center Urban Center Suburban Center Boulevard Community Main Street Community Station Community

    56. Salt Lake City Depot District

    57. Scenarios Development as an Engagement Process

    59. Mid-rise office and R&D Service focus: restaurants, daycare, etc. Residential focused near Gateway Pocket parks Professional, working age Higher education 1500 HH | 5400 Jobs

    77. What are the strongest ideas? What makes the most sense for our region? our city? residents?

    78. Ideas & Actions Exchange