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Fresno SEGA Specific Plan

Draft Design Alternatives

Source: American Farmland Trust

City of Fresno and Calthorpe


Associates
1 May 12, 2008
DRAFT
Planning
Seven SEGA
Context for
Opportunities
Fresno
• Economic and Fiscal • 2025 GP / SOI
Sustainability • SJV Blueprint /
• Environmental Metro Rural Loop
Sustainability • SEGA Specific Plan
• Transportation Choices • Metro Activity
• Housing Choices Centers / BRT Plans
• Open Space and Green • Form-Based Code /
Infrastructure Reorganized Zoning
• Community Farming and Ordinance
Agriculture • West, Southwest,
• Complete Neighborhoods and South Area
Specific Plans
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• General Plan
Areas needing to be balanced to
achieve a SEGA Sustainability/Self
Community
Mitigating Plan Environment
Economic and
Fiscal
• Safe Walking to • Air Quality
Schools/Shopping • High Value Improvements
Businesses
• Multi-Purpose Trails • Water Demand/Use
System • Balance of Jobs, Efficiency
Housing, and
• Accessible Open Services • Energy Demand/Use
Space and Parks Efficiency
• Efficient use of
• Housing Options for All Infrastructure • Reduced Green
Residents House Gas Emissions
• Reduced
• Convenient & High Household/Per • Comply with State
Capita Costs
Quality Transit and Federal
Regulations
• Healthy • Leveraged State,
Agriculture/Urban Federal, and Other • Self-Mitigating Plan
Funding
Interface with User Friendly
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Draft Design Alternatives
Outside
Alternative Description Inside SEGA
SEGA
City General 18,000 23,000
Plan + Addition Households Households
1 – General Plan +
Population to 52,000 67,000
Trend Development
Match SEGA Population Population
Alts
Transit 29,000 Jobs 5,000 Jobs
41,000
supportive,
2 – Land Use Households
mixed-use
Alternative 119,000
master plan
(SEGA only) Population
(Dispersed
Transit 34,000 Jobs
Industrial) 41,000
supportive,
3 – Land Use Households
mixed-use
Alternative 119,000
master plan
(SEGA only) Population
(Industrial S. of
34,000 Jobs
Jensen)

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SEGA in Context
2050
Increment

Fresno County
+ 386,000 HH
+ 1,011,000
Pop

City of
Fresno*
* Includes Forecast in SOI
+ 261,000 HH
Expansion

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Alternative 1
General Plan
+

• Duplicate GP
+ 7,500 Acres
• Blueprint Status
Quo + 8,600
Acres
• Trend
+ 18,500 Acres

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Alternative 2
Picture 2

Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

Dispersed Office
& Industrial

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Alternative 3
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

Office &
Industrial South
of Jensen

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Alternative 2
Picture 2

Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

Dispersed Office
& Industrial

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Alternative 2
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

Site Area

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Alternative 2
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

Open Space
Corridors

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Alternative 2
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

Transit and
Circulation

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Alternative 2
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

Regional &
Community
Centers

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Alternative 2
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

Office &
Industrial/R&D

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Alternative 2
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

Neighborhood
Centers

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Alternative 2
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

Mixed
Residential
Areas

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Alternative 2
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

Rural
Residential

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Alternative 2
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

Rural Cluster
Residential

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Alternative 2
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

5 & 10 Minute
Walk
Regional &
Community
Centers

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Alternative 2
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

5 & 10 Minute
Walk
Neighborhood
Centers

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Alternative 2
Transit-
Supportive Land
Use

5 & 10 Minute
Walk
All Centers

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Measuring up to the challenge
Modeling the Impacts of the Alternatives

• How well do design alternatives


measure up to the challenges and
goals of Fresno and the Central
Valley?
• How do design alternatives compare
to business as usual development?

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Measuring up to Sustainability
Comparing Alternatives with Relevant
Measures

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Measuring up to Sustainability
SEGA’s Role in Meeting Fresno 2025
Targets
– Transit: within ¼ mile of every resident
– Mobile Emissions: reduce by 50%
– Air Quality: meet standards by 2015
– Commute Trips: reduce SOV by 20%
– Green House Gas: reduce emissions by
25%
– Water Demand: reduce use and increase

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recycling DRAFT
Measuring up to Sustainability
Leadership in Addressing Regional Challenges

Regional
Sustainabili
ty

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