2 Halff Staff Matt Bucchin, AICP, LEED-GA Director of Planning Josh Donaldson, AICP Planner / Landscape Designer Josh Logan, PE Engineer
3 Agenda Comprehensive overview of draft plan as reviewed and revised by the MPAC Prioritization exercise of plan recommendations Next steps
4 Scope of Services Duration: Start: August 2017 Anticipated End: June 26, 2018 Scope: Comprehensive update to the City s existing 2006 Boerne Master Plan Document will be prepared in two volumes: lightly formatted Technical Plan highly graphic Summary Plan
5 Why Plan? Control your destiny Orderly growth and development Step back from day to day Identify factors shaping your community Build consensus and commitment Planning is the triumph of logic over pure dumb luck Prepare for action
6 2018 Boerne Master Plan 2006 Boerne Master Plan 2006 Thoroughfare Master Plan 2007 Central Business District Master Plan 2007 US 87 Arterial Corridor Study 2008 RUDAT Study 2013 Upper Cibolo Creek Watershed Plan 2015 Main Street Study 2015 Water Resources Plan (supply study) 2016 Downtown Strategic Initiative 2016 Alamo Area MPO Regional Bicycle & Pedestrian Planning Study TECHNICAL ANALYSIS PREVIOUS PLANS & STUDIES COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT WHAT IS THE PLAN INTENDED TO ACCOMPLISH?» IDENTIFY KEY CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES» STATE THE CITY S GOALS AND OBJECTIVES» SUPPORT LONG-TERM DECISION-MAKING» SET POLICY FOR MANAGING DEVELOPMENT» PROVIDE A LEGAL BASIS FOR REGULATIONS» HELP TO BUILD CONSENSUS AND COMMITMENT» ESTABLISH IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES» STREAMLINE AND MAKE MORE READABLE» CREATE A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE, WORK, AND PLAY THAT IS UNIQUELYBOERNE! 2017 Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan 2018 Economic Development Work Plan 2018 Kendall Gateway Study
7 REPRESENTATIVE MEETINGS 11 MPAC Meetings 3 Open Houses 2 Joint Meetings Community Engagement Re-engagement kick-off activities (City driving tour, key person interviews, etc.) 13 Focus Group Meetings Numerous Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Mtgs. 11 Master Plan Advisory Committee (MPAC) Mtgs.» The MPAC was our sounding board throughout the process 3 Open House Public Workshops Online Survey» Over 1,700 responses 2 Joint Mtgs. with the City Council, P&Z Commission, & MPAC P&Z Commission Public Hearing June 4 th City Council Public hearing /1 st Reading June 12 th City Council 2 nd Reading (consideration of adoption) June 26 th
8 Plan Overview & Status Technical Plan Ch. 1, Introduction Draft Complete Ch. 2, Existing Conditions Draft Complete Ch. 3, Community Input Draft Complete Ch. 4, Community Vision Draft Complete Ch. 5, Future Directions Draft Complete Ch. 6, Plan Implementation Draft Complete Summary Plan Substantially Complete (Minus Prioritization)
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14 Phase 1 Context & Input
15 Stakeholder Meeting & Key Person Interview Highlights Concern about increasing traffic and congestion Concern about speed of growth Concern about adequate water Concern about lack of implementation in the past Need to proactively plan for future development (e.g., planning necessary infrastructure) Need for revitalizing North Main Street Need for a truck route Need for diversified housing types and costs Need for additional youth activities Need for a detailed economic strategy for the City Desire for improved development review process Desire for greater government transparency and communication strategy Desire to update zoning and land development codes to protect and enhance local character Desire to direct through traffic around Downtown Boerne Desire to honor the story, legacy, name, heritage, and individuality of Boerne Desire for a more vibrant Downtown with nightlife, diversified shopping, and improved parking options Desire for improved walkability Desire to preserve key natural assets Desire for the City to acquire Main Street from TxDOT Desire for Boerne to stay a small town Desire to balance development with quality of life Desire for a diversified tax base Desire for a multigenerational community Interest in low impact development strategies City s greatest assets: Main Street, River Road park, connected outdoor space, smalltown living, excellent school district
19 Development of the FLU ORIGINAL FLU MPAC & COMMUNITY INPUT TECHNICAL ANALYSIS ALTERNATE SCENARIOS / MPAC INPUT JOINT MEETING INPUT REVISED FLU
20 Future Land Use
21 Implementation Framework 6 goals (one per plan element) 19 objectives 119 actions 33 guiding principles Recommendation to establish implementation benchmarks
22 Element 1 Growth & Capacity Goal 1: Accommodate anticipated community growth through smart growth principles and strategic investments in utilities while protecting the natural resources and small-town character of Boerne. Objective 1.1: Proactively pursue a smart growth and annexation strategy to facilitate measured and sustainable growth over the long-term. Objective 1.2: Continue to pursue drainage improvements to reduce future flood events and impacts to life and property. Objective 1.3: Continue to pursue water and wastewater improvements to ensure an efficient and sustainable infrastructure system for the future. Objective 1.4: Evaluate opportunities to increase the protection of Boerne s sensitive natural resources.
23 Element 1 Growth & Capacity Example Actions Evaluate opportunities for potential strategic annexation as part of the City s growth and annexation program. Re-evaluate the City s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and update it to incorporate consistency findings related to the Comprehensive Plan. Develop a policy that requires all departments to be open and transparent about their development related data. Consider establishing a fiscal impact analysis tool used in the assessment of property annexation and planned unit development proposals. Evaluate potential modifications to the City s drainage criteria manual and regulations stemming from recent changes to the frequency of rainfall depths. Develop a comprehensive drainage master plan for Boerne. Develop a comprehensive water / wastewater master plan to help identify long-term water and wastewater infrastructure needs. Continue to identify opportunities to extend the reclaimed water supply being supplied to new private development. Promote green building and low impact development practices as part of new public and private development.
24 Growth Strategy
25 Element 2 Land Use & Development Goal 2: Diversify housing and employment opportunities through a focus on the character and quality of development and redevelopment around the community. Objective 2.1: Evaluate opportunities to strengthen provisions to ensure quality development outcomes in Boerne. Objective 2.2: Utilize the Boerne Future Land Use Plan in conjunction with the rezoning process to create differing areas of character within the City. Objective 2.3: Evaluate opportunities to improve the development process to foster a mutuallybeneficial partnership with the development community. Objective 2.4: Prioritize the revitalization and enhancement of downtown Boerne to further strengthen it as the historical, cultural, and governmental heart of Boerne.
26 Future Land Use Intent & Character Appropriate Land Use Types Compatible Zoning Districts Moving Forward
27 Element 2 Land Use & Development Example Actions Consider the establishment of an architectural review committee (ARC). Undertake a comprehensive analysis of the City s zoning, subdivision, and other zoning regulations, and consider opportunities for improvements. Consider a comprehensive update to the City s zoning, subdivision, and other development regulations to implement the recommendations identified in the Boerne Master Plan and improve the quality and character of the built environment. Review and amend the zoning and subdivision regulations to allow a greater mix of housing types in each neighborhood. Proactively evaluate opportunities to expand the unique urban character of downtown to adjacent areas designated on the Boerne Future Land Use Plan. Consider developing character and context-sensitive street cross-sections as part of the next update to the City s Thoroughfare Master Plan. Evaluate additional opportunities to implement the Cibolo Creek Catalytic Site in downtown Boerne. Establish a consistent process for codifying adopted City ordinances. Continue to identify opportunities to add urban-character residential units in downtown and the surrounding area to create an increased nighttime and weekend market demand.
28 Element 3 Mobility Goal 3: Proactively plan for a multimodal transportation system to reduce congestion, accommodate anticipated travel demand, and provide quality of life amenities. Objective 3.1: Partner with federal, state, county, and other local partners to enhance regional mobility options in the Boerne area. Objective 3.2: Increase the multi-modal transportation options with Boerne.
29 Element 3 Mobility Example Actions Prepare a near-term update to the City s Thoroughfare Master Plan. Continue to work in partnership with TxDOT, Kendall County, and other area partners to implement the applicable recommendations from the Kendall Gateway Study. Consider acquiring the rights-of-way of Main Street from TxDOT. Consider available opportunities to establish new truck route ordinance to reroute truck traffic away from Main Street. Consider the adoption of a Complete Streets policy to promote safer mobility for all users. Fund and establish the high priority on-street bicycle lane projects as set out in the Boerne Pedestrian & Bicycle Recommendations Study (AAMPO) (multiple actions) Expand efforts to increase enforcement actions related to bicycle and pedestrian safety in Boerne.
30 Element 4 Community Facilities & Services Goal 4: Provide high quality facilities and services which create a healthy, safe, and well-educated community and incorporate the residents in decision-making processes. Objective 4.1: Provide an open, transparent, and responsive City Hall and associated governmental operations for the Boerne community. Objective 4.2: Provide a high-quality and well-maintained parks and recreation system to support they quality of life in Boerne. Objective 4.3: Provide excellent library services for the Boerne community. Objective 4.4: Provide effective police services to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the community. Objective 4.5: Provide effective fire services to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the community. Objective 4.6: Provide effective EMS response services to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the community.
31 Element 4 Community Facilities & Services Example Actions Develop a community outreach and engagement strategy that fosters dialogue, builds community trust, and encourages informed civic participation. Utilize the Boerne Master Plan as an integral part in daily, weekly, and monthly decision-making processes. Develop specific benchmarking performance measures for each Master Plan element and use these to track plan implementation on a yearly basis. Annually budget the necessary funds to implement identified projects set out in the Master Plan Implementation Action Plan. Move forward with implementation of priority projects identified in the Boerne Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan. Update the Boerne Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan by 2022.
32 Element 4 Community Facilities & Services Example Actions Cont. Consider the longer-term needs to establish a second public library on the south side of Boerne. Adhere to and fund the established replacement and procurement program for Police Department vehicles and equipment and ensure adequate funding is allocated in the City s capital improvement program (CIP). Continue to evaluate and monitor the potential longer-term need for an additional police sub-station concurrent with population growth. Evaluate and identify opportunities to fund increases in Fire Department staffing to better meet accepted national fire service response and staffing standards. Continue to support Fire Department efforts to offer community service and educational programs. Expand the Fire Department s efforts to educate the public on wild-land fire protection and awareness. Continue to evaluate and fund a needed expansion of Fire Department facilities (e.g., the Esperanza, Regent Park, and Western sub-stations).
33 Element 5 Economic Development Goal 5: Foster a thriving economy through business attraction, employment diversification, and destination amenities. Objective 5.1: Foster continued economic growth in Boerne.
34 Element 5 Economic Development Example Actions Continue to coordinate with the BKCEDC to develop the annual Economic Development Work Plan to ensure a proactive and coordinated plan of action for future economic development efforts. Maintain support for the Boerne Kendall County Economic Development Corporation (BKCEDC) Business Retention and Expansion (BRE) program, Recruitment/Attraction program, and other programs. Evaluate opportunities to expand incentives and other assistance for residential and nonresidential property owners to reinvest in their properties. Evaluate opportunities to increase entrepreneurship in Boerne. Continue support for BKCEDC efforts to increase the establishment of place-based economic opportunities in Boerne. Consider increased support for City efforts to create Destination Amenities in Boerne. Consider and/or expand support for the Boerne Convention and Visitor Bureau (CVB). Consider opportunities for partnering to attract a future community college or higher institutional campus to Boerne.
35 Element 6 Community Livability Goal 6: Maintain Boerne s unique character through celebration of Boerne s culture, placemaking initiatives, vibrant community interaction, and a diversified event calendar. Objective 6.1: Provide increased opportunities for public interaction. Objective 6.2: Enhance the appearance and character of the community through public and private sector actions.
36 Element 6 Community Livability Example Actions Develop additional park-based events to provide increased opportunities for diversified recreation and encourage greater use of the parks system. Consider opportunities for additional publicly (e.g., plazas, greens) and privately (e.g., outdoor dining) developed gathering spaces to promote community interaction. Expand the Hill Country Mile to both the north and south to increase its marketability. Consider to evaluate the effectiveness of the recently adopted lighting provisions as a means to further protect Boerne s nighttime skies. Utilize scaled entrance monuments, signage, and landscaping to identify points of entry into Boerne. Consider replacing and enhancing street signage throughout Boerne to improve community identification. Consider the addition of wayfinding signage at key points around the City. Coordinate with TxDOT to improve the appearance of key interchanges along Interstate 10 (i.e., South Main Street, Bandera Road, Johns Road, North Main Street).
37 Implementation Types 6 goals (one per plan element) 19 objectives 119 actions 33 guiding principles Recommendation to establish implementation benchmarks
39 Prioritization Prioritization of Actions By Time Frame (Individual Exercise: 7:45 to 8:15 p.m.) The first part of the prioritization process will involve a 30 minute exercise where we will have you individually provide your opinion as to which time frame all the actions should occur. Priority Actions (Group Exercise: 8:15 to 9:00 p.m.) The second part of the prioritization process involves working together with the others at your table to come to a group consensus regarding the table s top 3 priorities per objective. Post Meeting Analysis After the meeting, all the results will be tallied to determine a complete prioritized list of actions to include in the plan.
40 Next Steps MPAC Meeting #4 in February (date TBD) Discussion of Future Directions Pt. 1
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