Minor amendment 9 to the South Beach Urban Renewal Plan incorporates priority projects listed in the Coho/Brant Infrastructure Refinement Plan into Phases 2 and 3 of the Urban Renewal Plan and refinements to the scope and costs of planned projects identified as part of the City's coordination effort with ODOT on the establishment of an alternative mobility standard for South Beach:
Resolution No. 3646 approving a 10th amendment to the South Beach Urban Renewal Plan and Report (9/4/13)
Minor Amendment No. 9 to the South Beach Urban Renewal Plan and Report - September 2012.
Resolution 2012-7 Approving the Ninth Amendment to the Plan.
August 2012 Complete Final Draft Document: (updated 8/10/12)
Coho/Brant Infrastructure Refinement Plan (note this is a large document)
Here is the final draft document broken down into chapters:
|Cover & Table of Contents||
Appendix A Opportunity & Constraints Analysis
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||Appendix B Stakeholder Conversation Priorties|
|Chapter 2 - Existing Conditions & Area Analysis||Appendix C Draft Concepts|
|Chapter 3 - Preferred Alternative||Appendix D Preferences Survey Results|
|Chapter 4 - Implementation||Appendix E Utilities Diagrams|
|Chapter 5 - Recommendations||Appendix F Project Cost Estimates Worksheets|
|Appendix G Safe Haven Hill|
PowerPoint Presentation - Public Open House - June 12, 2012
The Coho/Brant neighborhood is within the South Beach Urban Renewal District and includes lands west of Highway 101 that are north of SW 35th Street and east of the South Beach State Park. This portion of the City is only partially developed, with an incomplete network and limited urban ammenities and services. With the planning project, the City will engage area residents and key stakeholders to identify public infrastructure needs and financing strategies to facilitate build-out of the area. Work will address right-of-way alignment needs considering desired street and utility connections, typical street sections (e.g. bike/pedestrian, road surfacing, and lighting), storm water management, and park and trail connnections. An alignment for a future Highway 101/SW 35th Street intersection will also be established that accounts for future widening of the highway by ODOT.
Consultants Cameron McCarthy and KPFF Engineering are assisting the City and Newport Urban Renewal Agency in conducting public outreach meetings to identify opportunities and constraints, and to graphically map out concepts and alternatives that address the project objectives. Choose the "Meeting Schedule" tab for the schedule of these outreach meetings and a map of the location.
Preferred Alternatives: As a result of input received from stakeholders and the public at the April and May workshops, here are the draft preferred alternatives. If you would like, at the left choose the "comments" tab where you may submit any comments on line regarding these alternatives.
Community Development Department - (541) 574-0629