Reinvent PHX

 

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The City Council has adopted the Transit Oriented Development District Policy Plans. The draft plans (linked below) will be updated/finalized over the summer.
Draft District Policy Plans

 

For more information please visit the new project website at reinventphx.org!

Project Overview
Reinvent PHX is a collaborative partnership between the city of Phoenix, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Arizona State University, St. Luke's Health Initiatives and numerous other organizations committed to developing walkable, opportunity-rich communities connected to light rail. Reinvent PHX will create action plans for districts along the light rail system. The plans will establish a community-based vision for the future and identify investment strategies to improve the quality of life for all residents. This process will establish a new, transit-oriented model for urban planning and development along the city's light rail system.
Objectives
  • Quality Development - Create an attractive investment environment for high quality and equitable Transit-Oriented Development.
  • Smart Growth Model - Establish a model process for guiding smart, cost-effective investment along light rail corridors.
  • Civic Engagement - Empower the community, including low-income and limited English-speaking residents, to be actively involved in the decision-making and implementation processes.
  • Return on Investment - Capitalize on the community's investment in light rail by guiding development to benefit residents, lower the cost of living and enhance unique and historic characteristics.
Timeline
​​​2012 
Formalize Project Team
June 2012 through November 2013 – Research and Community Engagement
​​​​2013​
April 8-16 Gateway Design Workshop​​​​​​
August 13-20 Eastlake-Garfield Design Workshop​
2014
March 23-April 5 Midtown, Uptown, Solano Design Workshops
2015    
March 2 Encanto Village Planning Committee Midtown and Uptown Transit Oriented Development (TOD) District Policy Plans
March 9 Central City Village Planning Committee Walkable Urban (WU) Code; Gateway and Eastlake-Garfield TOD District Policy Plans
March 24 Alhambra Village Planning Committee WU Code; Uptown and Solano TOD District Policy Plans
April 6 Encanto Village Planning Committee WU Code
April 7 Camelback East Village Planning Committee WU Code; Gateway TOD District Policy Plan
April 14 Planning Commission Gateway, Eastlake-Garfield, and Midtown TOD District Policy Plans
April 21 Neighborhood, Housing and Development Subcommittee WU Code (continued); Gateway, Eastlake-Garfield and Midtown TOD District Policy Plans
May 12 Planning Commission WU Code; Uptown and Solano TOD District Policy Plans
May 19 Neighborhood, Housing and Development Subcommittee WU Code (continued); Uptown and Solano TOD District Policy Plans
May 27 City Council Gateway, Eastlake-Garfield, and Midtown TOD District Policy Plans
June 3 City Council Uptown and Solano TOD District Policy Plans​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Website
Project Management Team
Resources (PDF)
​​​​​      St. L uke's Health Initiatives:

 

 

​      ASU Global Institute of Sustainability:​

 


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