Board of Trustees &
Planning Commission Joint Study Session
Downtown Redevelopment Framework Plan
Coal Creek Park Redevelopment Plan
Residential Development Impact Fee Update
The Town of Erie Board of Trustees and Planning Commission will meet in a Joint Study Session on Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 6:00 pm in the Erie Town Hall Boardroom to discuss the Downtown Redevelopment Framework Plan and the Coal Creek Park Redevelopment Plan. After the Joint Study Session, the Board will discuss residential development Impact Fees.
1. Downtown Redevelopment Framework Plan
The Downtown Redevelopment Framework Plan document is a guideline intended to be a companion to the Unified Development Code, Comprehensive Plan and Urban Renewal Plan. The intent of The Downtown Redevelopment Framework Plan is to identify specific components within the Plan Influence Area and suggest possible future physical improvements as well as planning and redevelopment strategies that will guide and inform redevelopment opportunities and future public improvements. The Plan was presented to the public during the October 4, 2016 Open House.
View an overview of Downtown Redevelopment Framework Plan here.
2. Creek Park Redevelopment Plan
In a previous open house survey, three concepts were presented and the Town leaned on a primary “nature” theme, followed by “historic” as a close second choice. As a result, this park combines both themes by serving as the transition from the Historic Downtown District to the natural environment along Coal Creek. These concepts were presented to the public during the October 4, 2016 Open House.
View the Coal Creek Park concept plans here.
3. Residential Development Impact Fee Update
Over the past year, the Town and its consultants have been engaged in a review of the Town’s Impact Fees imposed on residential development. During this Study Session the Board will be provided with the proposed revised Impact Fees, proposed amendments to the Town’s Unified Development Code and proposed schedule moving forward. Residential development Impact Fees were most recently discussed during the Board’s September 20, 2016 Study Session.