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Regional Agencies Smart Growth Strategy Bay Area Alliance for Sustainable Development Regional Livability Footprint Project: 

Regional Agencies Smart Growth Strategy Bay Area Alliance for Sustainable Development Regional Livability Footprint Project Sonoma County September 22, 2001 SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

Sonoma County Co-Sponsors Faith-Based Coalition of Sonoma County Golden Gate Transit Leadership Institute League of Women Voters of Sonoma County North Bay Association of Realtors North Bay Labor Council AFL-CIO Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce Sonoma Co. Mayors & Councilmembers Association Sonoma County Transportation Authority Sonoma County Transportation Land Use Coalition Special thanks to the City of Santa Rosa for providing food and refreshments. : 

Sonoma County Co-Sponsors Faith-Based Coalition of Sonoma County Golden Gate Transit Leadership Institute League of Women Voters of Sonoma County North Bay Association of Realtors North Bay Labor Council AFL-CIO Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce Sonoma Co. Mayors & Councilmembers Association Sonoma County Transportation Authority Sonoma County Transportation Land Use Coalition Special thanks to the City of Santa Rosa for providing food and refreshments. SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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SMART GROWTH STRATEGY Regional Agencies Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) SPONSORING AGENCIES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Bay Area Alliance for Sustainable Development 45 Member Organizations Steering Committee consists of organizations representing the Three E’s of Smart Growth and Sustainable Development: Government: Association of Bay Area Governments SPONSORING AGENCIES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Prosperous Economy: Bay Area Council Quality Environment: Sierra Club Social Equity: Urban Habitat Program

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1 million new jobs 1 million more people 265,000 daily in-commuters to the region 150% increase in aggregate traffic congestion Conversion of up to 25,000 acres of currently undeveloped land in Sonoma County 44% decrease in households able to afford the median priced home from 1995 to 2001 CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES BAY AREA TRENDS SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Through 2020 1995 to 2001

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Natural Increase (“Our own children”) Net Migration (“Other People”) CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES REGIONAL POPULATION GROWTH 50% 50% (approximate figures) SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Expand housing? Constrain future job growth? Expand infrastructure to handle in-commuters? Find a smarter way to grow CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES CHOICES ABOUT FUTURE GROWTH SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PHILOSOPHY Broad participation Bottom-up Build on local efforts CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Smart growth land use changes supported by local governments. A regional incentive package and implementation strategies. A set of smart growth land use projections. GOALS CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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The Three E’s of Smart Growth and Sustainable Development: SMART GROWTH PRINCIPLES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Prosperous Economy Quality Environment Social Equity

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Efficiently accommodate projected growth. Provide sufficient affordable housing. Revitalize central cities and older suburbs. Reduce single occupant vehicle trips. Preserve open space and agricultural land. Foster equitable economic development while minimizing displacement. SMART GROWTH PRINCIPLES CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Mixed use Mixed incomes Development near transit Increased density Infill and revitalization Efficient design for edge development DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PROCESS Public Workshop Round 1 September and October 2001 Distillation and Analysis Public Workshop Round 2 March and April 2001 Final Steps CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Smart growth principles Land use mapping exercise Regulatory changes and incentives PUBLIC WORKSHOPS - ROUND ONE CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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HOUSING UNITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JOBS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PROXIMITY OF HSG. TO TRANSIT . . . . . PROXIMITY OF JOBS TO TRANSIT . . . . . OPEN SPACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PEDESTRIAN QUALITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PLACE3S: ANALYTICAL & MAPPING POWER OF GIS CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT WATER CONSUMPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Three region-wide thematic alternatives Analysis of alternatives and existing trends: DISTILLATION & ANALYSIS Housing Affordability Jobs/Housing Match Market Displacement and Social Equity Transportation and Air Quality Modeling Development Feasibility CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Review results of first workshop. Address subregional issues. Recommend preferred alternative. Develop regulatory changes and incentives. PUBLIC WORKSHOPS - ROUND TWO CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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BAASD coordinates a Public Education and Engagement Campaign ABAG Board considers adoption of Projections forecast MTC’s Regional Transportation Plan Other regional plans Regional regulatory changes and incentives Local implementation FINAL STEPS CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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General Plans Revised Regulatory Framework Additional Incentives Regional Context Housing Allocations RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER PROCESSES CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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RELATIONSHIP TO DRAFT COMPACT CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Open Space Preservation Traffic Mobility and Congestion Housing Availability and Affordability Livability and Community Vitality Social and Economic Equity OUR REGIONAL GROWTH CHALLENGES CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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OPEN SPACE PRESERVATION CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Sonoma Valley

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Land has been urbanized 2 1/2 times faster than urban population has increased Urban Population OPEN SPACE PRESERVATION CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Urbanized Land Population (millions) Urbanized Land (square miles) 100 200 300 400 15,000 30,000 45,000 60,000 Urban Population Urbanized Land Population (millions) Urbanized Land (square miles) 100 200 300 400 15,000 30,000 45,000 60,000 70 13,000 150 60,000 1950 1990 Source: National Geographic

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Projected for Development Through 2020 Public Land or Privately Protected Land Conservation Easement Owned in Fee Urban Areas OPEN SPACE PRESERVATION CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Lands Projected for Development through 2020

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OPEN SPACE PRESERVATION CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Urban Growth Boundaries

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0 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 Vehicle-Hours of Delay 2025 339,100 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% VMT Increasing Faster Than Population 2000-2020 VMT Increase Population Increase 14% 28% 1998 TRAFFIC MOBILITY AND CONGESTION CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT 854,600 100,000 300,000 500,000 700,000 900,000

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 1990 2020 Commute Mode Split Remains Unchanged (millions of trips/day) 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 1990 2020 In-Commuters to Bay Area Increase (thousands of persons/year) Cars Transit Walk, bike TRAFFIC MOBILITY AND CONGESTION CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Vehicle Miles Traveled Per Year 6,455 4,779 10,591 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 Urban Center Traditional Neighborhood Suburban Neighborhood TRAFFIC MOBILITY AND CONGESTION CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT (San Francisco) (Rockridge) (San Ramon)

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Source: MTC SONOMA COUNTY DAILY COMMUTERS CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT 3,158 Mendocino County Lake County 2,584 9,537 21,519 Marin County San Francisco

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TRAFFIC MOBILITY AND CONGESTION CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Highway 101 Corridor Planning Freeway widening Rail Service Transit-oriented development

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Illustrations from Urban Advantage CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES TRAFFIC MOBILITY AND CONGESTION SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Railroad Square Santa Rosa

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Illustrations from Urban Advantage CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES TRAFFIC MOBILITY AND CONGESTION SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Santero Way Plan Cotati Community Design + Architecture

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HOUSING AVAILABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY Bay Area Jobs and Employed Residents by County, 2000 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 Alameda Contra Costa Marin Napa San Francisco San Mateo Santa Clara Solano Sonoma Total Jobs Total Employed Residents CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Projected Growth in Jobs and Employed Residents 2000-2020 - 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 Alameda Contra Costa Marin Napa San Francisco San Mateo Santa Clara Solano Sonoma HOUSING AVAILABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY Jobs Employed Residents CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Alameda Contra Costa Marin Napa San Francisco San Mateo Santa Clara Solano Sonoma

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HOUSING AVAILABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY The jobs/housing challenge 2000-2020 Projected job growth: 95,000 jobs Resulting housing need: 55,000-65,000 units Housing projected in local General Plans: 36,000 units CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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HOUSING AVAILABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY Affordability Gap for Median-Income Households - $100,000 $200,000 $300,000 $400,000 $500,000 $600,000 East Bay (Oakland PMSA) San Francisco (PMSA) Santa Clara County (San Jose PMSA) Sonoma County (Santa Rosa PMSA) Solano/Napa (Vallejo-Fairfield- Napa PMSA) Home Price Affordable to Median 4 Person Household Median Home Market Price CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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INCOME CATEGORIES FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR Median Income - $61,800 VERY LOW INCOME 0-$30,900 — Child Care Worker $17,680 — Medical Assistant $20,500 — Retail Clerk $20,430 LOW INCOME $30,900-$49,440 — Accountant $42,100 — Elementary School Teacher $43,790 MODERATE INCOME $49,440-$74,160 — Registered Nurse $50,970 HOUSING AVAILABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT — Police Patrol Office $55,150

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HOUSING AVAILABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY Housing need by affordability category: Very low income: 20% Low income: 14% Moderate income: 26% Above moderate income: 40% CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION 2000 BAY AREA HOUSING PERMITS JAN-SEP 2000 SINGLE-FAMILY DETACHED 63% MULTI-FAMILY 37% SINGLE PARENTS WITH CHILDREN 8% SINGLES 30% FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN 26% FAMILIES WITH NO CHILDREN 36% HOUSING AVAILABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Tower Apartments Multi-Family Housing Rohnert Park HOUSING AVAILABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Lavell Village Santa Rosa HOUSING AVAILABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Sonoma Commons Multi-Family Housing Sonoma HOUSING AVAILABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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In-Law Unit Sonoma HOUSING AVAILABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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LIVABILITY AND COMMUNITY VITALITY CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park

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LIVABILITY AND COMMUNITY VITALITY CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Old Redwood Highway Cotati

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC EQUITY The Bay Area’s 46 Most Impoverished Neighborhoods (NCCC 1997) Very low-income neighborhoods need reinvestment while minimizing displacement These neighborhood residents need access to quality jobs CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Definition of Impoverished Community: Areas where a majority of households earn less than 80% of the County median income (1990) SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC EQUITY SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Impoverished Communities In Sonoma County

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC EQUITY Boyes Hot Springs Impoverishment = An Under-served Community: CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Limited employment opportunities near housing No child care facilities No Grocery Stores No Parks

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC EQUITY SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT 10.4% 17.5% 75.3% 41.4% 9.0% 21.8% 0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0% 70.0% 80.0% 90.0% 100.0% Boyes Hot Springs Sonoma County Other Services Retail Wholesale Manufacturing Agriculture Job Distribution by Occupation, 2000 10.4%

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Impoverished neighborhoods: Can benefit from Smart Growth May be significantly affected by Smart Growth SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC EQUITY CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

Regional Agencies Smart Growth Strategy Bay Area Alliance for Sustainable Development Regional Livability Footprint Project: 

Regional Agencies Smart Growth Strategy Bay Area Alliance for Sustainable Development Regional Livability Footprint Project DESIGN, COMMUNITY & ENVIRONMENT Sonoma County September 22, 2001

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SMALL GROUP EXERCISE GOAL Identify the most appropriate patterns for smart growth in Sonoma County. CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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SMALL GROUP EXERCISE Smart Growth Principles Land Use Mapping Exercise Affordable Housing Regulatory Changes and Incentives CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PRINCIPLES CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Review principles generated this morning. Add additional principles if desired.

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MAPPING EXERCISE Planning Areas Planning Area Categories Place Types Predictors CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PLANNING AREAS CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Areas where development might be possible Not an endorsement of new development

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PLANNING AREA CATEGORIES Key Sites Residential Areas Mixed-Use Areas Town Centers/Downtowns Employment Areas/Institutions Rail Stations/Major Transfer Facility Areas Corridors CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PLACE TYPES MENU CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PLACE TYPE MANUAL CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PLACE TYPES Varying mixes of residential and employment uses: CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Residential Mixed-Use Town Center/Downtown Employment Center/Institution

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Petaluma RESIDENTIAL CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Sonoma RESIDENTIAL CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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MIXED USE SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Sonoma

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Santa Rosa MIXED-USE CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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TOWN CENTER / DOWNTOWN CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Downtown Santa Rosa

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TOWN CENTER / DOWNTOWN Downtown Petaluma CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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EMPLOYMENT CENTER / INSTITUTION Bay View Bank Santa Rosa CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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EMPLOYMENT CENTER / INSTITUTION SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Old Redwood Highway Petaluma

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Varying land uses and densities within each Place Type Specify percentage of planning area to be changed Focus on the next 20 years PLACE TYPE CHARACTERISTICS CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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OTHER PLANNING AREA ASSIGNMENTS No Change (includes open space) New Place Type Percent Increase CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Broad brush, regional perspective County-wide interaction APPROACH CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PLACE TYPE EXERCISE CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PLACE TYPE EXERCISE CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PLACE TYPE EXERCISE CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PLACE TYPE EXERCISE CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PLACE TYPE EXERCISE CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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PLACE TYPE EXERCISE CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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AFFORDABLE HOUSING MIX Assign affordability mix to each planning area: Category Default Very Low Income 20% Low Income 14% Moderate Income 26% Above Moderate Income 40% CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

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Fiscal Reform Monetary Incentives to Local Governments Regulatory Exemptions Transportation Improvements and Policies Monetary Incentives for Individuals REGULATORY CHANGES AND INCENTIVES CONCLUSION IMPLEMENTATION KEY ECONOMIC ISSUES SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT

Regional Agencies Smart Growth Strategy Bay Area Alliance for Sustainable Development Regional Livability Footprint Project: 

Regional Agencies Smart Growth Strategy Bay Area Alliance for Sustainable Development Regional Livability Footprint Project SMART GROWTH STRATEGY / REGIONAL LIVABILITY FOOTPRINT PROJECT Sonoma County September 22, 2001

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