Edgewater Drive Vision Task Force
Edgewater Drive Vision Plan Final
Ordinance - Click Here
Edgewater Drive Vision Plan Support Document - Click Here
of Growth Management Plan Amendment
City Council considered an ordinance amending the Growth
Management Plan (GMP) by adopting the 09-2CPB amendments
which included the Edgewater Drive Vision GMP amendment.
This amendment created Future Land Use Policies S.2.4
and S.4.6 as recommended by the Edgewater Drive Vision
Plan. The GMP amendments were approved on June
22nd and adopted on July 13th. The amendments
became effective 31 days after the adoption
hearing. In September 2009 a Special Plan overlay was adopted.
21, 2009 MPB Staff report
18, 2009 City Council notes of approval
Workshop at College Park United Methodist Church.
City staff presents Draft and receives comments.
6:00 pm - 8:00pm
644 W. Princeton St.
Task Force meeting
staff presents Draft to Task Force and public and receives comments.
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Harvard Conference Room - City Hall, 400 S. Orange Ave,
Park Neighborhood Association.
City staff presents
Draft, answers questions and prepares amendments for MPB action.
College Park Community Center, 2393 Elizabeth Ave.
Mutual, 2nd floor, 2424 Edgewater Dr.
City Staff presents Subarea Policy and Edgewater Special Plan Overlay
City Council Chambers, City Hall, 400 S. Orange Ave, 2nd
The Edgewater Drive Vision Task Force
considered at the January 20, 2009
Municipal Planning Board.
The action that
was considered by the MPB included accepting
the recommendations, and authorizing staff to prepare a
Growth Management Plan sub-area policy and any relevant
Land Development Code Amendments to implement the
on the links below to view the reports and display boards:
a unique community asset that has evolved over the past
half century. In order to protect this asset and guide
development in the future, the City’s Planning
Division embarked on a strategic review of the
Edgewater Drive corridor.
been a positive process that involved
the many stakeholders in our community creating a vision
shapes development along Edgewater Drive.
Edgewater Drive Task Force is an 11-member community task force,
charged with examining urban form, transportation, pedestrian
friendliness, parking and design guidelines along Edgewater Drive.
Over an eight-month period, the Task Force held
meetings to examine planning issues and gain public input throughout
the process. Building on prior plans conceived for the neighborhood,
the Task Force identified steps to implement changes for an
improved Edgewater Drive.
down for more
detailed information on the Edgewater Drive Vision Task
Force members, meetings, and schedule.
process of improving the Edgewater Drive
corridor, was focused around community input, and
it included the following:
here for more information on the Edgewater
Interviews of stakeholder
groups, to identify early those issues surrounding
quality development and the future atmosphere of Edgewater Drive.
An on-line survey for the
Community to input early feedback on the issues
Click here to take the Edgewater Drive Survey
to be our goal to collect as much feedback from the
community as possible, in order to implement the
necessary design standards that will affect their
here to view Edgewater Drive Vision Task Force Members 2007-2008
Drive Vision Task Force 2008
All meetings were held
from 3:30-5:00pm, unless otherwise announced.
The first meetings of the month will take
place in Conference Room
"R" (2nd Floor City Hall) as follows:
7, March 6, April 3, May 8 and June 5.
The second meetings of the month will take
place in the Edgewater High School
Media Center as follows: April 17, May 22 and June
Click here for
2008 monthly agenda