South Madison Neighborhood Plan Prepared by the South Madison Neighborhood Steering Committee with assistance from Department of Planning & Development
Planning Activities • Eleven public and private planning initiatives over the last three years.
South Madison Neighborhood Plan (2004) Redevelopment District Plan: Ann Street-Badger Road-Park Street Area (2004) Wingra Creek BUILD (Better Urban Infill Development) Report (2004) Urban Design Guidelines for Park Street Corridor (2004) Wingra Creek Parkway Master Plan (2004) City of Madison, City of Fitchburg and Town of Madison Cooperative Plan (2003) Penn Park Master Plan (2002) Park Street Capital Improvement Work Group (TIF 26) Town of Madison Site Redevelopment Strategy and Concept Plan (2002) Town of Madison Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area Plan (2001) Park Street Revitalization: Possibilities to RealityReport (2001) South Madison Planning InitiativesEleven planning activities in the last three years
South Madison Neighborhood Plan • Vision, goals and objectives generated by southside community
South Madison Neighborhood Plan • A 3-10 year strategic plan that identifies important issues of the planning area. Neighborhood plan addresses: housing, land use, parks and open space, public infrastructure improvements, and redevelopment opportunities.
South Madison Neighborhood PlanComprehensive Framework • The South Madison Neighborhood Plan is the frameworkfor the other city planning initiatives. • Encompasses the other initiatives into a comprehensive planning document. Other planning initiatives will provide the details to accomplish the plan recommendations.
Redevelopment Opportunities Badger-Ann Madison Labor Temple Villager Mall Housing Ownership, Rehabilitation Badger-Cypress Gilson Sundstrom Pedestrian and Street Interconnectivity Parks and Open Space Enhancements Lincoln School Quann Bicycle Path South Madison Neighborhood PlanFour of Eight Elements
Opportunity Analysis • Major Assets: Major Barriers
Composite Overview • Portrays the proposed land use changes and redevelopment priorities
Gilson Street Redevelopment Plan Transition area from commercial to residential
Sundstrom Area Redevelopment -New owner-occupied, residential development -Improved east-west street connections
Next Steps Public Meeting: • February 12, 2004 at Catholic Multicultural Center at 6:30 p.m. -Community will have opportunities to comment on plan recommendations -Adoption of neighborhood plan by Common Council in Spring 2004
Draft South Madison Neighborhood Plan • Website Access: www.ci.madison.wi.us/neighborhoods/ • Contact Department of Planning & Development at 266-4635: • Archie Nicolette • Jule Stroick
Other major initiatives • Badger-Ann Redevelopment District Committee: Starting in February • Park Street Urban Design Guidelines: Introduction to the Common Council in Spring 2004