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Planning Raleigh 2030: Envisioning the Future in Raleigh. Ken Bowers, AICP Deputy Planning Director. Why Visioning?. Provides a forum for having a conversation on big picture issues Grounds the plan in a shared understanding of values and goals

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planning raleigh 2030 envisioning the future in raleigh

Planning Raleigh 2030:Envisioning the Future in Raleigh

Ken Bowers, AICP

Deputy Planning Director

why visioning
Why Visioning?
  • Provides a forum for having a conversation on big picture issues
  • Grounds the plan in a shared understanding of values and goals
  • Provides a concise “hook” for summarizing a long and complex document
key factors raleigh s success
Key Factors Raleigh’s Success
  • A conversation on the issues started before the visioning was initiated
  • The visioning was one component of a larger planning effort with clearly identified and tangible outcomes
  • A mix of formal and informal mechanisms was used to broaden participation beyond traditional audiences
  • Staff were trained as facilitators and note takers; large meetings had up to 30 staff on site
  • Thorough documentation, information sharing, and staff accessibility
the formal process
The Formal Process
  • Kick-off event
  • Three rounds of public workshops
    • Vision and values
    • Policy options
    • Draft Plan
  • Downtown Element workshops
  • Public Review Draft (1,200 comments)
  • Public Hearing
  • Planning Commission & City Council deliberations
  • Adoption vote
the informal process
The Informal Process
  • 21st Century Lecture Series
  • Small scale workshops
  • Stakeholder briefings
  • Big Ideas Week
  • Kids City
57 meetings prior to the public hearing
57 Meetings Prior to the Public Hearing
  • 9 citywide meetings
  • 2 downtown focused meetings
  • 24 community meetings and roundtables
  • 20 briefings
  • 2 special events
    • Kids City
    • Big Ideas Week
stakeholder matrix
Stakeholder Matrix

Engagement

4

2

Awareness

3

1

Source:

Justice & Sustainability Associates, LLC

communication styles1
Communication Styles

Engagement

4

2

Awareness

3

1

raleigh s 2030 vision themes
Economic Prosperity & Equity

Expanding Housing Choices

Managing Our Growth

Coordinating Land Use & Transportation

Greenprint Raleigh—Sustainable Development

Growing Successful Neighborhoods & Communities

Raleigh’s 2030 Vision Themes
workshop reporting
Workshop Reporting
  • Transcription of all table notes and written comments
  • Publication of both condensed and raw input
  • Extensive use of quoting to support conclusions
  • Highlighting of “Implications for the Comprehensive Plan”
public review comment handling
Public Review Comment Handling

Policy LU 8

New development and redevelopment should use a more compact land use pattern to support the efficient provision of public services, improve the performance of transportation networks, preserve open space, and reduce the negative impacts of low intensity and non-contiguous development.

outcomes
Outcomes
  • Unanimous adoption of the Comprehensive Plan
  • Adopted policy framework for overhauling the entire development code
  • New level of interdepartmental communication & collaboration
  • Enhanced credibility and empowerment for professional planning staff
  • High expectations for future processes
  • New culture of civic engagement