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Lebanon Community Planning Grant Mixed Use Initiative

UVLSRPC Projects

Project Administrator:

Michael McCrory

Project Title:

Lebanon Community Planning Grant Mixed Use Initiative

Related Services:

Economic Development, Land Use Planning

Project Summary:

The Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission and its sub consultants will complete a number of tasks for Mixed Use Initiatives. This Project is funded through the Round 2 award for a Community Planning Grant (CPG) to the City of Lebanon to identify regulatory and non-regulatory measures to promote mixed uses in designated areas in the City.

The Commission will develop streetscape concept drawings to illustrate potential outcomes, likely regulatory options. These sketches will be used in communicating development options with residents as well as decision makers and will be the basis for visual preference surveys. Public involvement will be vital to the success of this project. The Commission will integrate the streetscape images and concepts into two visual preference survey formats: in-person participation at community events and an online survey.Commission Staff and volunteers will be present for four consecutive weeks at the Lebanon Famers’ Market to promote the project, engage the public, and administer the public survey.The Commission will work with the City Staff to schedule and organize and attend up to nine neighborhood events to educate residents and property owners of possible land use changes and receive input on preferred regulatory standards.The Commission will conduct a focus group meeting, targeting local housing and human service agencies to gain input and insight into the needs and interests of underrepresented populations

Once the final amendment language is complete and ready for adoption by the Planning Board and City Council the Commission will develop an educational outreach campaign to inform stakeholders of the changes, provide press release, and articles for publication. 

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