1 Building our future, together Steering Committee Presentation for the Comprehensive Plan Update November 12, 2013
2 Introduction Welcome: Mayor Barbara Bass Prayer
3 Business and Economy Update Susan Guthrie, Assistant City Manager
4 Business and Economy Update Goal: Continue to foster a business-friendly environment. Continue incentives for industry expansion. Continue policies that result in low property taxes and avoidance of general obligation debt. Consider opportunities to explore raising the tax rate for specific programs/projects. Continue support of 21 st Century Energy Sector.
5 Business and Economy Update Goal: Continue to promote a diversified economy. Aggressively pursue industry recruitment and expansion efforts. Continue and expand support of tourism. Goal: Establish Tyler s identity as a regional market leader for retail, medical services and higher education. Coordinate a community effort to market Tyler as a regional retail market, and as a center of medical and educational institutions.
6 Business and Economy Update Goal: Establish Tyler s identity as a regional market leader for retail, medical services and higher education. Coordinate a community effort to market Tyler as a regional retail market, and as a center of medical and educational institutions. Goal: Encourage international partnerships for future economic development. Foster relationships with Sister Cities and other international contacts.
7 Business and Economy Update Goal: Provide physical and social infrastructure to support economic development. Ensure completion of Loop 49 in Tyler. Creation of the Business Education Council. Extend water and sewer infrastructure to support growth. Support investment in the public school system (see education chapter). Support investment in the Arts and Entertainment Culture.
8 Business and Economy Update Goal: Protect and enhance Tyler s road, air and rail networks, facilities and services. Promote more commercial flights to and from Tyler. Protect potential expansion area around the airport from residential encroachment. Support rail facilities and policies that ready the region for new rail opportunities. Goal: Continue to lead regional coordination for legislative support. Work with regional partners for state attention to East Texas issues.
9 Public Infrastructure, Facilities and Services Update Greg Morgan, Managing Director of Public Works
10 Public Infrastructure, Facilities and Services Update Goal: Continue improvements and expansion of public safety facilities and services to keep pace with growth. Provide police and fire substations to serve new growth. Attract diverse and competent officers with competitive employment conditions. Develop higher speed rail service to Dallas and Shreveport.
11 Public Infrastructure, Facilities and Services Update Goal: Become the regional water provider for Smith County. Acquire smaller water utilities and develop supplier relationships with of Smith County municipalities. Plan to extend water infrastructure into the ETJ. Goal: Protect the quality and quantity of Tyler s drinking water supply. Minimize further development impacts on Lakes Tyler and Tyler East by implementing Tyler 1 st recommendations for the Lakes. Protect wellhead lands and Lake Palestine water supplies.
12 Public Infrastructure, Facilities and Services Update Goal: Become the regional sewer/wastewater treatment utility for Smith County. Acquire investor-owned sewer utilities. Plan to extend sewer infrastructure into growth areas. Goal: Maintain the City s role as the regional landfill provider. Continue phased landfill expansion. Explore the potential for energy production from waste. Regularly evaluate the potential for cost-effective full curbside recycling service.
13 Public Infrastructure, Facilities and Services Update Goal: Minimize flooding, erosion and water quality degradation through improvements to existing infrastructure and implementation of best practices in growth areas. Promote the use of natural drainage systems to provide amenities and minimize capital and maintenance cost. Address drainage first with policies to manage development; second with natural or bioengineering solutions; and last, hard structure solutions. Continue drainage improvements in older parts of the city.
14 Public Infrastructure, Facilities and Services Update Goal: Keep existing streets and public places well-maintained. Clarify street improvement criteria and priorities for existing streets for greater public understanding. Goal: Enhance code enforcement. Support additional staff and innovative partnerships to improve code enforcement efforts. Goal: Continue and enhance efforts to assure compliance with accessibility standards in both public and private facilities. Make all city facilities compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Texas Accessibility Standards.
15 Public Infrastructure, Facilities and Services Update Goal: Develop Tyler s library system and resources as an innovative source of information services and culture. Keep library services relevant to changing community information needs. Goal: Strengthen the tourism value of the Rose Garden Center, Harvey Convention Center and East Texas State Fairgrounds site. Review and evaluate the effectiveness of these facilities in meeting City goals. Goal: Continue partnerships with nonprofits in social services, arts and culture. Focus on seed funding for pilot activities and on key activities that lack sufficient private funding.
16 Public Infrastructure, Facilities and Services Update Goal: Provide services and opportunities for senior citizens. Include explicit review of any special senior citizen/retiree needs in City services and facilities. Goal: Provide regional broadband Internet access. Consider development of a citywide Wi-Fi system. Goal: Make City facilities and operations a model of resource efficiency. Support municipal energy, water and other resource conservation.
17 Public Infrastructure, Facilities and Services Update Goal: Meet city government space needs by enhancing current facilities. Renovate the interior of City Hall. Goal: Establish a consolidated multi-year Capital Improvement Program. In addition to five-year priorities, develop a preliminary priority ranking for years 6-10 in the future.
18 Project Schedule Heather Nick, Director of Planning
19 Project Schedule
20 Citizen Survey Results
24 Online Feedback
25 Online Feedback
26 Online Feedback
27 Future Land Use and Annexation Guide Future Land Use
28 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 1856
29 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 1888
30 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 1937
31 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 1950
32 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 1970
33 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 1980
34 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 1990
35 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 2000
36 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 2006
37 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 2013
38 Population Thirty Year Growth Scenarios 350, , , , , ,000 50, Year Low Growth Moderate Growth Rapid Growth
39 Number of People / Housing Units Growth Scenarios: Population and Housing Units, 2005 and , , , , , ,000 50,000 0 Population Housing Units Population Housing Units Population Housing Units Low Grow th Moderate Grow th High Grow th
40 Cities grow in a variety of ways Outward into undeveloped land: Single family houses on individual lots in subdivisions.
41 Cities grow in a variety of ways Outward into undeveloped land: Adjacent to existing development: clustered houses in walkable neighborhoods with land preserved as open space for parks and trails.
42 Outward into undeveloped land: On the 20 th -century suburban model Cities grow in a variety of ways Separation of residential areas from shopping or workplaces and of different kinds of housing. Large parking lots in front of nonresidential buildings. Housing and business parks in isolated pods that all empty onto one or two roads. Car travel needed for almost all trips.
43 Cities grow in a variety of ways Outward into undeveloped land: Compact traditional models Buildings at the street edge Parking at the side or rear Housing connected in a grid of streets Sidewalks and other amenities for pedestrians Mixture of uses and housing types Nearby parks and open space
44 Cities grow in a variety of ways Outward into undeveloped land: Mixed-use centers combining shops and housing
45 Infill development Cities grow in a variety of ways Building on vacant lots, parking areas and other unbuilt land within existing built-up areas From this To this.
46 Cities grow in a variety of ways Growing upward Taller buildings if economically feasible
47 How should Tyler grow? Issues: Traffic and transportation Patterns of growth on the land have a direct impact on traffic congestion The potential for enhanced public transportation depends on sufficient density at station locations Housing People in different kinds of households and at different stages of the life cycle need different housing types
48 How should Tyler grow? Infrastructure costs Some parts of the city have unused capacity in existing infrastructure Extension outward requires costly new infrastructure investments Community character Is it important to retain country or open space areas within the city? How should the city relate to the lakes? Does a lively and successful downtown matter?
49 How should Tyler grow? Some potential growth patterns to think about: Continuing the current pattern of growing to the south Growing outward in multiple directions Attracting some growth to the center and north of the city as well as continuing some outward growth
50 Potential Growth Patterns: Growing South Business as usual today s trends extended Traffic congestion north-south Expense to expand infrastructure Loss of rural character on roads going south Downtown and North Tyler see little new investment
51 Future Land Use and Annexation Guide 2007 Adopted FLUG
52 Existing FLUG
53 Existing Zoning
54 Future Land Use and Annexation Guide Annexations
56 WHY? Why? Regulate development Provide zoning protection Stabilize property values Expand tax base
57 AUTHORITY Authority Home Rule Cities General Law Cities ETJ
58 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 1979
59 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 2001
60 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 2005
61 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 2006
62 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 2009
63 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 2011
64 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 2013
65 Tyler s Expanding Boundaries 2013
66 Growth and Development Considerations Annexation Limitations Must be contiguous to city limits and within ETJ Cap on the amount of land which can be annexed within a calendar year Numerous exceptions
67 Growth and Development Considerations Voluntary Annexation
68 Growth and Development Considerations Requirements Maximum size All owners must sign petition Must establish original zoning Infrastructure extensions
69 Growth and Development Considerations Involuntary Annexation
70 Growth and Development Considerations Fewer Than 100 Houses Establish Annexation Calendar Service plan Notice and two public hearings
71 Growth and Development Considerations Larger Areas Three Year Annexation Plan Service plan Notification of all property owners and service providers
72 Growth and Development Considerations Other Considerations 1,000-feet wide at narrowest point Industrial and AG Exemptions Development Agreements
73 Smith County Utility Services Greg Morgan, Managing Director of Public Works
78 Capital Improvement Projects Carter Delleney, City Engineer
81 Mark McDaniel, City Manager Financial Considerations
82 Financial Considerations Potential Costs Water and Sewer Installation Storm Sewer Upgrades Fire Hydrant Installation ESD Debt Payment
83 Financial Considerations Potential Costs Street Improvements Traffic Sign/Signal Installation Street Light Installation New Personnel and Fleet Costs
84 Financial Considerations Potential Revenue Sales Tax Property Tax Water and Sewer Fees Solid Waste Fees
85 Annexation Exercise
86 Future Land Use Guide Exercise
87 Wrap-Up / Next Steps Next Meeting: Report Out Steering Committee Meeting January 15 th, Rose Garden Center
88 Thank you for your time! Building our future, together
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