COMMUNITY INPUT FORUM

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In 2017 and throughout 2018, the Departments of City Planning (DCP) and Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) have met with small groups, engaged people at local events, and conducted a Community Survey.

DCP has summarized the feedback to date in an easy to access booklet. The booklet describes the process of collecting information, and for certain categories it summaries what people like about their neighborhood and what they think needs improvement, including direct quotes and some general take-aways. This conversation will continue at public events, but in the meantime, you can download the full booklet to read more.

In June 2018, DCP held an Open House where participants could engage with city agencies and provide input on topics including housing, open space and connectivity, land use and zoning, urban design, health, youth, retail and local business, and the environment.

This work is all part of an ongoing conversation about what you and your neighbors around Southern Blvd would like to see addressed in a neighborhood plan, what some of the major challenges are in the area, and how we can build a planning process to meet the needs of the communities.


Help us to continue about the conversation, by clicking on the links below to tell us:


1. What ideas matter most to you: If an idea that is important to you has already been noted below, click on the heart icon that accompanies that theme to "vote" for it.

2. Tell us what is missing: To make sure we are are are the right track and aren't missing anything important to you, submit your ideas and feedback by clicking on the links below or scrolling to topic areas to navigate to interactive activities.







In 2017 and throughout 2018, the Departments of City Planning (DCP) and Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) have met with small groups, engaged people at local events, and conducted a Community Survey.

DCP has summarized the feedback to date in an easy to access booklet. The booklet describes the process of collecting information, and for certain categories it summaries what people like about their neighborhood and what they think needs improvement, including direct quotes and some general take-aways. This conversation will continue at public events, but in the meantime, you can download the full booklet to read more.

In June 2018, DCP held an Open House where participants could engage with city agencies and provide input on topics including housing, open space and connectivity, land use and zoning, urban design, health, youth, retail and local business, and the environment.

This work is all part of an ongoing conversation about what you and your neighbors around Southern Blvd would like to see addressed in a neighborhood plan, what some of the major challenges are in the area, and how we can build a planning process to meet the needs of the communities.


Help us to continue about the conversation, by clicking on the links below to tell us:


1. What ideas matter most to you: If an idea that is important to you has already been noted below, click on the heart icon that accompanies that theme to "vote" for it.

2. Tell us what is missing: To make sure we are are are the right track and aren't missing anything important to you, submit your ideas and feedback by clicking on the links below or scrolling to topic areas to navigate to interactive activities.