THIS IS A PROPOSED DRAFT SUBJECT TO COMMUNITY INPUT, LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW AND WILL BE REPLACED BY THE FINAL PLAN ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL.

Midtown Area Regional Center Plan Administrative Draft (PDF 12 Mb)

The Planning Department is accepting public comment on this Administrative Draft until May 7th, 2019 - the day before the Planning Commission Hearing. Please submit your comments to Garrett.Phillips@sanantonio.gov. The Midtown Area Regional Center Plan will be presented for a briefing to the Comprehensive Plan Committee on March 19, 2019; for a briefing to the Planning Commission on April 24, 2019; for Planning Commission Hearing on May 8, 2019; and for City Council Hearing on June 6, 2019.

Process

Development of the Midtown Regional Center Plan was approximately a 24-month process from project chartering to City Council adoption. Staff from the Planning Department worked with a wide range of community members that included neighborhood associations, business and property owners, employers, educational and cultural institutions, and partner organizations and City departments to create a realistic and implementable plan for Midtown.

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"San Antonio is planning boldly to ensure our great City captures the type of growth and economic development that will lead our community into the future and provide benefits to all our residents. "
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    Phase 1: Project Chartering

    The first phase of the project focused on project chartering, which included determining the Planning Team membership and finalizing the detailed plan area boundaries. Phase 1 also included an analysis by the Project Team to refine estimates for capture of growth in all regional centers and to determine how total projected growth for the City should be allocated into each Regional Center, and more generally to the future high capacity transit corridors as delineated in the adopted Comprehensive Plan.

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    Phase 2: Analysis and Visioning

    The second phase of the project focused on assessing the existing conditions and growth capacity of the Midtown Regional Center. The Planning Team and community members provided direction on visioning and goal setting for the Midtown area. The analysis and refinement of existing conditions helped ensure that the vision and goals for the Midtown Regional Center are grounded in the proper context.

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    Phase 3: Plan Framework

    The third phase of the project focused on working with the community and stakeholders to establish the Plan Framework. The Framework includes land use and urban form, identification and planning for catalytic sites, infrastructure and utilities planning, mobility and connectivity for all modes, public realm and placemaking, and place types.

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    Phase 4: Recommendation and Implementation Strategies

    The fourth phase developed specific projects, programs, and policies to affect change in the Midtown Regional Center. This phase also included the development of specific, action-oriented implementation strategies and recommendations for potential funding sources.

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    Phase 5: Documentation and Adoption

    The last phase of the project was devoted to converting this project website into the final ePlan for the Midtown Regional Center, creating the Executive Summary, and guiding the plan through the approval and adoption process. The Project Team met with City departments and other partners to develop critical next steps to support implementation of the plan.

The SA Tomorrow Plan

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