Development Scenario Working Group
This self-selected sub-group of the Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) has put forth extra effort to assist the Core Planners in defining appropriate Development Scenario parameters, 'inputs' and 'outputs', or measurements.
- CAC Members: Julie Leid, Judy Louks, Jerome Naleski, Alex Wright
- Lead Planning Staff: Dave Wessel, Bob Caravona, Kimberly Sharp, Jim Cronk and Mark Landsiedel
- Community Experts:
- Meeting dates and notes:
The Flagstaff Region can grow in numerous ways, which are referred to in the planning world as 'Development Scenarios'.
- Development Scenarios Presentation to CAC part I (PDF) (May 5, 2011)
- Development Scenarios Presentation to CAC part II
The Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) and Core Planning Team will produce various Development Scenarios with measurable outcomes for the public, Board of Supervisors and City Council to review and comment on in three phases:
July 2011 Community Design Charrettes - to produce the 'bubble diagrams' and define which measurable outcomes are meaningful to our community
- Built Environment Map (PDF) - Used to describe the area's urban areas
- Natural Environment Map (PDF) - Used to describe the area's 'Green Spaces'
Fall 2011 Kimley-Horn Report on Development Scenarios - to produce Community Viz visualization tools describing the various scenarios in more detail than the bubble diagrams, and running the measurable outcomes through 'models', or computer programs. These models will produce understandable numbers relating to the pre-defined important things to our community (for example - how much open space will each scenario protect? How 'walkable' is each scenario? What is the fiscal stability of each scenario?)
- CAC Working Group Anaylsis of KH Summary Report (PDF) - October 28, 2011
- Scenario Assumptions and Trends (PDF)
- Guiding Principles compared to Scenarios (PDF)
- Kimley-Horn Summary Report Phase 2 (PDF) - March 21, 2012
- Kimley-Horn Develompent Scenario Summary Report (PDF) - June 2012
- Kimley-Horn Final Development Scenario Report - June 2013 (PDF)
Arizona State University (ASU) Decision Theater - December 2011 or January 2012 - the purpose of this phase is to clearly define the 'biggest bang for our buck'. Meaning: what are the critical decisions and actions we as a community need to make to keep our region financially solvent, environmentally resilient, and a great place to live?
Development Scenario Maps
- Digitized Scenario 'A' (PDF)- September 26, 2011
- Digitized Scenario 'B' (PDF) - September 26, 2011
- Digitized Scenario 'C' (PDF) - September 26, 2011
- Scenario 'A' (PDF) - updated January 2012
- Scenario 'B' (PDF) - updated January 2012
- Scenario 'D' (PDF) - new January 2012
- Expert Forum Letter - Response to Design Charrette and Measurements (PDF) - September 30, 2011