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File #: ID# 19-241    Name:
Type: Report Status: Study Session Item
File created: 9/4/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/10/2019 Final action:
Title: Envision Littleton
Attachments: 1. TMP Implementation, 2. Littleton Project Maps, 3. Presentation on Fiscal Impact Analysis, 4. Presentation for TMP
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Agenda Date: 09/10/2019

Envision Littleton

Prepared By:
Kathleen Osher, Manager of Innovation & Performance Excellence

The joint leadership study session will focus on the fiscal impact and implementation of Envision Littleton's 20 year vision for the city's future land-use and transportation infrastructure as part of Phase 4 of the Envision Littleton process. The initial fiscal impact analysis has been prepared by TischlerBise (sub-consultant to Kendig Keast Collaborative). In addition, the implementation chapter of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP) will be presented including potential funding sources as well as potential projects of both local and regional significance.

Staff Presenter(s): Kathleen Osher, Manager of Innovation & Performance Excellence
Additional Presenter(s): Keith Borsheim, Transportation Planner, HDR; Julie Herlands, Vice President, TischlerBise; and Gary Mitchell, President, Kendig Keast Collaborative

As a sub-consultant to KKC, TischlerBise incorporated a fiscal sustainability component into the comprehensive planning process by: (1) evaluating the fiscal impact to the city of multiple development/redevelopment scenarios; and (2) recommending strategies for the implementation phase based on the analysis results.

The implementation chapter of the TMP suggests a list of potential projects, funding scenarios, and prioritization that combine the needs analysis based on the level of service discussed on August 19 and the safety and access needs for each mode.

The Comprehensive Plan and TMP resulted from an 18-month planning and community engagement process. The last 18-months included almost 8,000 in-person conversations and over 64,000 electronic communications. This community input has been the foundation for the draft plans. Public comment opened August 14 and remains open until 5 p.m. September 16.

This is the sixth joint leadership session to d...

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