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Alternatives September 14, 2016 DRAFT

Alternatives

September 14, 2016 DRAFT

Project Timeline

DATE

TASK STATUS

We are

here

Project Timeline DATE TASK STATUS We are here OVERVIEW Jan – Feb 2016 Kick-off Meeting, Site

OVERVIEW

Jan Feb 2016

Kick-off Meeting, Site Visit, Public Engagement Plan

May 2016

Community Profile, Existing Conditions Report

June 2016

Public Engagement (open house and workshops)

Fall/Winter

Subarea Plan Development: Draft Plans

Late Fall

Public workshop on Alternatives

1 st Quarter - 2017

Finalize Plans

Development: Draft Plans Late Fall Public workshop on Alternatives 1 s t Quarter - 2017 Finalize

Community Outreach

Open Houses

5 open house workshops (one for full project, and one for each center)

Approx. 100 attendees in total

Live polls, asset mapping

Online Comment Mapping

Community Remarks map open for comments on any of the centers

Community’s Vision for the Future of Downtown

Community Remarks map open for comments on any of the centers Community’s Vision for the Future

OVERVIEW

Community Remarks map open for comments on any of the centers Community’s Vision for the Future

Outreach Summary: Comment Themes

Traffic and Transportation Sidewalks & Pedestrian Infrastructure Wildlife and Natural Environment Bike
Traffic and Transportation
Sidewalks & Pedestrian Infrastructure
Wildlife and Natural
Environment
Bike Infrastructure
Parks, Trails and Open Space
Ball fields
Commercial Development
Streetscaping & Landscaping
Small, local businesses
High end restaurants, retail
Professional services and jobs

OVERVIEW

Community Spaces Civic Services Central gathering space
Community Spaces
Civic Services
Central gathering
space
restaurants, retail Professional services and jobs OVERVIEW Community Spaces Civic Services Central gathering space

Centers Vision Statement

Bonney Lake's Centers are where the community goes to shop, work, dine, play, and see friends and neighbors. They are vibrant and active places that serve as the primary economic, civic, recreational, social, and cultural areas for the community.

The Centers are physically connected by car, bike, or foot and each has a unique

character and mix of activities and functions that serve the community in a unique

way. The Centers have attractive streets and public spaces that support driving, walking, biking, community events, and other activities.

The City's civic uses and functions are concentrated in the Centers to increase activity and emphasize the important role the Centers play in the quality of life in Bonney Lake.

OVERVIEW

to increase activity and emphasize the important role the Centers play in the quality of life

Guiding Principles

1

1 2 3 4

2

1 2 3 4

3

1 2 3 4

4

Walkable and

Connected

Activity Centers

Economic Activity and Opportunity

Healthy

Neighborhoods

OVERVIEW

5

5 6 7 8

6

5 6 7 8

7

5 6 7 8

8

Civic + Cultural Amenities

Parks + Public Spaces

High-Quality

Design

Coordinated

Public

Investments

9

Unique Character and Identity

High-Quality Design Coordinated Public Investments 9 Unique Character and Identity 10 Safe and Inviting 11 Green

10 Safe and Inviting

High-Quality Design Coordinated Public Investments 9 Unique Character and Identity 10 Safe and Inviting 11 Green

11 Green Design

High-Quality Design Coordinated Public Investments 9 Unique Character and Identity 10 Safe and Inviting 11 Green

Alternatives Overview

LAKE TAPPS DOWNTOWN • • Rezone Civic Campus for Mixed- Use • • New Concept
LAKE TAPPS
DOWNTOWN
• Rezone Civic Campus for Mixed-
Use
• New Concept Plan for Civic
Campus
• Mixed-Use
• New City Hall, Library, Civic
Green
downtown
• Expanded Public Space
MIDTOWN
• Expand to Eastown; Reduce
boundary north and south
EASTOWN
• Mixed-Use Nodes (Overlay
Districts)
Future center?
• Circulation and Connectivity Plan
• Midtown Park (Incorporate and
improve connectivity)
• Integrate Storm water Plan

OVERVIEW

Connect park to Waterfront

Option A: Commercial node to the north

Option B: Commercial node to east

Realign road through park

Relocate Senior Center

Integrate Senior Center/PW site into park design

Compatible land uses

Capitalize on large parcels

Relocate Senior Center Integrate Senior Center/PW site into park design Compatible land uses Capitalize on large

LAKE TAPPS

Current Plan

Allan Yorke Park Improvements

Primarily

Residential, Park, and Civic Uses

No commercial

uses permitted

LAKE TAPPS

Yorke Park Improvements • Primarily Residential, Park, and Civic Uses • No commercial uses permitted LAKE

Concept

Plan

LAKE TAPPS

Concept Plan LAKE TAPPS

Concept

Plan

(changes only)

LAKE TAPPS

Concept Plan (changes only) LAKE TAPPS

Boathouse Concept

Boathouse Concept Café in the Park Green Lake – Seattle, WA LAKE TAPPS

Café in the Park Green Lake Seattle, WA

LAKE TAPPS

Boathouse Concept Café in the Park Green Lake – Seattle, WA LAKE TAPPS

DOWNTOWN

Current Plan

Issues:

Too much surface parking

Unrealistic expectations for redevelopment in the “Triangle”

Central Plaza too dependent on

redevelopment of private properties

Grade challenges on west side of Main Street

Doesn’t leverage City ownership

Storm water impacts from surface

parking

DOWNTOWN

on west side of Main Street • Doesn’t leverage City ownership • Storm water impacts from

Land Use

Concept

DOWNTOWN

Land Use Concept DOWNTOWN

Land Use

Concept

(changes only)

DOWNTOWN

Land Use Concept (changes only) DOWNTOWN

Circulation

DOWNTOWN

Circulation DOWNTOWN

Blocks

DOWNTOWN

Blocks DOWNTOWN

Concept

Plan (Alt 1)

Features:

Walkable Street Grid

Civic Green + Gathering Places

Public Buildings and

Facilities

Support retail, restaurants, housing, and amenities

Flexible design

Leverage City Ownership

DOWNTOWN

• Support retail, restaurants, housing, and amenities • Flexible design • Leverage City Ownership DOWNTOWN

Civic Campus Example

Civic Campus Puyallup, WA

DOWNTOWN

Civic Campus Example Civic Campus Puyallup, WA DOWNTOWN
Civic Campus Example Civic Campus Puyallup, WA DOWNTOWN

MIDTOWN

Current Plan

Key Features:

Transition to a Mixed-Use District

Create a stronger identity + improved aesthetics

Stronger relationship between private development and public streets

Improve pedestrian connections

Protect existing neighborhoods

Improve circulation with new streets

Midtown Park

MIDTOWN

MIDTOWN

• Protect existing neighborhoods • Improve circulation with new streets • Midtown Park MIDTOWN MIDTOWN
• Protect existing neighborhoods • Improve circulation with new streets • Midtown Park MIDTOWN MIDTOWN

Concept

Plan

Features:

Revised Boundary

Mixed-Use Nodes

Overlay Zones

Improved circulation + connectivity

Connectivity with

residential

neighborhoods

Capitalize on vacant Albertsons’ site

Expand Midtown to

include part of

Eastown

Gateway Elements

• Capitalize on vacant Albertsons’ site • Expand Midtown to include part of Eastown • Gateway

Concept

Plan (changes only)

Features:

Revised Boundary

Mixed-Use Nodes

Overlay Zones

Improved circulation + connectivity

Connectivity with

residential

neighborhoods

Capitalize on vacant Albertsons’ site

Expand Midtown to

include part of

Eastown

Gateway Elements

• Capitalize on vacant Albertsons’ site • Expand Midtown to include part of Eastown • Gateway

Node

Example

CitySet Glendale, CO

MIDTOWN

MIDTOWN

Node Example CitySet – Glendale, CO MIDTOWN MIDTOWN
Node Example CitySet – Glendale, CO MIDTOWN MIDTOWN

EASTOWN

Current Plan

Future of Eastown:

Enhance the 410 corridor;

Create alternate routes for local traffic;

Facilitate extension of city water and sewer service;

Address conflicting standards of Eastown water purveyors;

Provide improved predictability to property owners and developers; and

Facilitate high quality development and foster economic growth.

EASTOWN

Current Zoning: Eastown Zone

Description

Permitted Uses

Appropriate for uses that are located along major thoroughfares and which are

Allows a diverse set of uses

dominated by auto-oriented uses.

 

The intent is to have various land intensive and/or limited service and commercial establishments, office, retail, and service establishments, and to serve residents of a wider region

The heavier uses in this zone include those

which do not generate excessive nuisances, such as noise, odor, heavy traffic, pollution, or others

zone include those which do not generate excessive nuisances, such as noise, odor, heavy traffic, pollution,

Concept Plan

Center Characteristics

Maintain and Update Subarea Plan not included in Centers Plan.

Capacity for certain types of development in other centers

Lacks sewer

Capitalize on planned investments in other centers (Civic Campus, Allan Yorke Park, Midtown Park)

Adjust boundary to reflect extension of Midtown.

Land use/zoning changes to allow more predictability and ease of development.

Uses that require large amount of land (such as storage or recreation facilities);

Uses that require tracts of land with adequate capacity for buffering (such as industrial uses); and

Single-family residential development.

EASTOWN

with adequate capacity for buffering (such as industrial uses); and • Single-family residential development. EASTOWN

Questions and Answers