Streets That Work Community Process

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Community Process To Date  

Streets That Work LIVE Demonstration Project | April 16, 2016 

Streets That Work Final Open House | March 24, 2016

Streets That Work Open House | September 15, 2015

Streets That Work at Local Community Events | Summer 2015

Streets That Work Public Input Meeting | December 13, 2014

Neighborhood Meeting Series | November-December 2014

Multi-Day Charrette | May 27-30, 2014


Event Details/Meeting Materials Below

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Streets That Work LIVE - April 16, 2016

 On Saturday, April 16th, 2nd St south of Downtown was temporarily transformed by over ten different street demonstration projects, including a fluorescent green bike lane, colorfully patterned crosswalks, a climbing bike lane and narrowed travel lanes south of Garrett Street, bike and pedestrian wayfinding, and even a pop-up picnic area in front of the Glass Building. City Staff, Toole Design Group, TJPDC, University of Virginia urban planning students, the Charlottesville Tree Stewards, and the Tom Tom Founders Festival were just a few of the partners involved. Each project was designed to show Streets that Work principles as they applied to a real Charlottesville context.

Hundreds of people visited the demonstration; you can see photos and their feedback here.

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Streets That Work Open House - September 2015 & March 2016

 Click here to be redirected to the Streets That Work Open House page.

Streets That Work at Local Community Events - Summer 2015

The City hosted a Streets That Work booth at the following local community events with information on the planning process, fun games, and activities such as creating a temporary street mural or demonstrating temporary pedestrian and bicycle improvements.

  • African American Cultural Arts Festival | July 25, 2015
  • Westhaven Community Day | August 1, 2015
  • Back to School Bash | August 15, 2015

 

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Streets That Work Public Input Meeting - December 13, 2014

 As part of the City's public outreach efforts, staff hosted a series of neighborhood meetings throughout November and December 2014 to gain public input on what makes streets work for Charlottesville's citizens. These meetings set the stage for the Streets that Work Public Input Meeting that was held on December 13, 2014.  Below is more information on the December 13th public meeting and a list of neighborhood meetings held.

Agenda

Complete Streets Presentation (This link will direct you to an external website, Sharepoint.com)
Tech Memo

Staff Presentation

Map Series
Example Streets Photo Strip Dot Exercise Results

Break Out Groups/Public Comments:
Table Exercise Handout
Example Streets Photo Exercise
Comments for the Traffic Problems Map
Group Notes
Group Final Report Out

 

Neighborhood Meeting Series - November & December 2014

Date/Time

Neighborhood

Location

Meeting Notes

November 13, 2014 - 6:00 PM

Fifeville

Tonsler

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November 18, 2014 - 6:30 PM

North Downtown

P&R Conference Room

North DT Notes

December 2, 2014 - 5:00 PM

All Neighborhoods

City Hall

City Hall Notes

December 2, 2014 - 7:00 PM

Greenbrier

Greenbrier Elementary Auditorium

Greenbrier Notes

December 3, 2014 - 7:00 PM

Locust Grove

1214 Belleview Ave

Locust Grove Notes

December 8, 2014 - 7:00 PM

Belmont

Clark School Library

Belmont Notes

December 8, 2014 - 7:00 PM

Woolen Mills

1819 E Market St.

Woolen Mills Notes

December 8, 2014 - 7:00 PM

Martha Jefferson

878 Locust Ave

Martha Jefferson Notes

December 10, 2014 - 7:00 PM

Fry's Spring

Cherry Avenue Christian Church

Fry's Spring Notes

December 11, 2014 - 6:30 PM

Fifeville

Tonsler

Fifeville Notes 12.11.14

 

Multi-Day Charrette - May 27-30, 2014

The City hosted a multi-day charrette that took place May 27-30th, 2014 to establish a vision for citywide street design guidelines that balance the needs of all street users, with a particular focus on the pedestrian environment and how streets can be used as public space.

On the first day of the charrette, workshop participants clarified their values for street design. These ideas were further vetted by various focus groups, city staff, and the general public during the week. The charrette concluded with a final presentation highlighting policy changes needed to achieve the shared vision and provided some specific ways that the City could increase network connectivity to improve transportation conditions for all street users.

Day 1:     Street Design Kick-Off Presentation  (link to audio recording)

              Workshop Exercise Results

              Sign-In Sheet

Day 2:     Focus Group Meetings

Day 3:     Public Drop-In Session Discussion Notes and Sign-In Sheet

Day 4:     Final Presentation COMING SOON! (link to audio recording