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No exclusionary zoning

Diverse housing stock and affordability

TACs

I. Sustainable land use patterns Encourage land preservation. −    Agriculture/wildlands; natural hazard areas; open space; cultural landscape; essential services (airports, industry). Promote compact development. −    Intensity of uses; clustered development; infill and redevelopment, transit-oriented development; brownfield development Support interconnected uses and functions. −    Quantity, variety, and proximity of jobs and housing; open space; mixed uses and diversity of land uses; siting of schools and community services Promote regional land use planning, decision-making and cooperation. −    Open space; infrastructure (e.g., sewer); big box development and deal-making Enable adaptation of land uses over time. II. Mobility and transport Promote a complete and efficient transportation network. −    Complete Streets and safety; usability, density of use, and critical mass; active transportation options and health; balanced modes; bike/ped/transit networks; access to neighborhood services Diversify system use / Reduce auto dependence. −    Jobs-housing balance; use of system; sustainability-supportive investments; travel distances and commute times Encourage connectivity between modes and land uses. −    Trail linkages; intermodal facilities Promote regional transportation planning, decision-making and cooperation. −    Public transit funding and alignment planning; bikeways Enable sustainable movement of goods/freight. III. Community design: character and quality Preserve existing structures. −    Adaptive re-use; historic preservation Promote local expression. −    Preservation of local/regional character; presence of major institutions Enable placemaking. −    Vibrant public gathering places, including places for physical activity and healthy eating; quality of public rights-of-way; presence of public art Promote excellence in design. −    Use of quality and local materials; universal design principles; design guidelines to encourage active transportation; design for children Encourage strong community engagement. −    Community commons; diverse housing stock and affordability IV. Access and equality (physical and social/economic) Advance legal frameworks to promote equity. −    Title VI, Title VII, environmental justice, universal access Promote retention and development of affordable housing. −    Diversity, quality, proximity, and dignity of housing options Ensure access to services and facilities for all. −    Access to quality schools (quality, size, location, access, function as neighborhood center); government; neighborhood services; food; jobs V. Planning performance / Sustainability-supportive planning and design Promote social and civic engagement. −    Volunteerism; community service; capacity building; partnering Build confidence in governance processes. −    Transparency; accountability Advance strategic interventions within communities. −    Visioning; plan-making; implementation programs (policy, incentive, and regulatory); development (public/private partnerships); public investments/capital programs Promote regional decision-making and cooperation.

1 Natural Systems

2 Planning & Design

3 Energy & Climate

4 Economic Development

5 Emplyment & Workforce Training

6 Education, Arts & Community

7 Health & Safety

8 Affordability & Social Equity

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