Pikes Peak SDAT invites regional public participation
Citizens may also join concurrent focused breakout sessions on: Land Use Policy & Regulation, Transportation/Connectivity, Economic Development, Housing and Sustainable Regional Planning. These were key areas identified at a SDAT preliminary visit meetings in March. Many participants met broken into Government, Military, Community & Professional Organizations, and Business/Economic Development sector groups. All are invited to participate in the five broad topic discussions in accordance with their own interests and areas of expertise on:
· Monday, Sept. 26 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. at the Pikes Peak Center, and
· Tuesday, Sept. 27 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Pikes Peak Regional Development Center (2880 International Circle) Upper Level Hearing Room.
1. Collaborate at the municipal/regional level to substantially increase the proportion of the built environment that is pedestrian oriented and has access to interconnected multimodal transportation options, in both previously developed and newly developing areas.
2. Collaborate at the neighborhood level to arrive at locally-derived planning solutions that reinforces neighborhood identity, builds community and achieves greater efficiency through a balanced mix of residential, commercial and other complementary uses.
3. Collaborate with all stakeholders to establish localized sustainable built environment strategies and to affect public policy and financial incentives that facilitate implementation.