West Central Neighborhood Plan
Update on West Central Neighborhood Plan
City Planning staff hosted an open house on May 16 at Broadway United Methodist Church to share information from the public input workshop held on March 13 and gain more feedback from the neighborhood on housing, parks and trails, transportation and opportunities sites within the neighborhood. The open house was part of the process for developing a new neighborhood plan that will guide redevelopment, investment, and revitalization in the West Central Neighborhood. The link below will take you to the presentation boards that were shared at the open house as well as the feedback that was received from attendees. View the boards here.
March 13 Neighborhood Meeting
City Planning staff and the West Central Neighborhood Alliance hosted a well-attended public input workshop March 13. The workshop kicked off the process for developing a new neighborhood plan that will guide redevelopment, investment, and revitalization in the West Central Neighborhood. While the meeting was not recorded, below you will find informative demographics, data, and supporting information that was shared at the meeting. Participants provided valuable feedback during a facilitated mapping exercise, in which 11 neighborhood maps were generated from small resident and property owner group discussions. Each map (PDF) can be accessed from the links below.
In addition to the input gathered at the March 13, 2023 neighborhood workshop,* City staff will be reviewing corresponding recommendations from past planning efforts, including The City’s Comprehensive Plan Forward SGF and several Supporting Subarea and Corridor Plans, such as the College Street Corridor Plan, Grant Avenue Parkway Corridor Plan, Jordan Valley Concept Plan, and the 1998 West Central Neighborhood Strategic Plan. Census data, demographics, and other geographic data and surveys will be also be evaluated to provide the framework for follow-up meetings, that will guide the development of goals, strategies, and recommendations for the West Central Neighborhood Plan.
*This PDF is .2 GB.
If you were unable to attend the neighborhood workshop, you still have an opportunity to provide feedback. The interactive map will be accessible until the next neighborhood meeting.