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Strategic Mobility Plan Out Thursday


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Thursday will mark the release of the Strategic Mobility Plan (SMP) draft. The public can access the May 19 meeting at this link.

The SMP’s goal is to shape the mobility future for the City of Charlotte and expand on the “Safe and Equitable Mobility” goal of the Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan (2040 Plan). The SMP dives deeper into the mobility policies of 2040 Plan to achieve a safe, connected, equitable, sustainable, prosperous, and innovative mobility vision for Charlotte. To learn more, follow this link to the Strategic Mobility Plan homepage.

SMP Virtual Engagement Sessions will be live on Thursday, May 26 (6 p.m.) and Tuesday, May 31 (noon). Meeting links will be available by visiting charlottenc.gov/smp.

Additionally, you can sign up to share input during the public comment portion of the City Council Business Meeting on Monday, June 13, at 6 p.m.

UDO – Updates

On Wednesday, there will be a presentation on the findings related to the Economic Analysis of the draft UDO.


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Raleigh UDO: Lessons Learned | Panel Discussion

 

As Charlotte strives for a UDO, what can we learn from Raleigh? Hear a discussion with public and private perspectives about the process, transition and implementation.

Charlotte Future 2040 Policy Map - RECOMMENDED FINAL DRAFT

 

originally published by City of Charlotte and shared with NAIOP. 

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Dear Charlotte Future 2040 Partners,

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New Charlotte Policy Maps

 

originally published by REBIC with permission to repost

2040 Policy Map Pic

Last summer the City of Charlotte Planning, Design & Development Department kicked-off the Charlotte Future 2040 Policy Map process as a first step in putting the Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan into action. Thank you to those of you who have participated in engagement in this effort to date.

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Primary Election Date Moves Again

 

originally published by REBIC with permission to repost.

From the News & Observer:

North Carolina Senate Republicans plan on Wednesday to postpone the state’s primary elections to June 7, citing ongoing litigation of the newly enacted redistricting maps. The state Supreme Court scheduled arguments in the redistricting case for Feb. 2. The court in December pushed back the primary from its original March 8 date to May 17, as part of an expedited hearing schedule for challenges to the redrawn maps. But Sen. Ralph Hise, R-Mitchell, said Monday that the current schedule “is an extremely short timeframe that will cause unnecessary confusion and chaos.”

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Charlotte UDO & Policy Maps Update

 

originally published by REBIC with permission to repost. 

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New schedule for Policy Map announced today:

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City of Charlotte Elections Filing Opens Next Week

 

originally published by REBIC with permission to repost to NAIOP

#1) 2022 Elections: Filing Begins Next Week

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City of Charlotte - Draft Policy Maps

 

This is a very busy time, but a time to be involved and aware of what is happening in Charlotte.  Yesterday (10/13), the City of Charlotte released a draft of the Policy Maps. 

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Big Change for Development with the 2040 Plan: Learn More!

Join NAIOP Charlotte on Monday, November 16th at 12:00 PM EDT for our next Lunch with a Leader. The 2040 Comprehensive Plan and the Unified Development Ordinance(UDO) is a critical policy for the way commercial real estate develops in the future. Get exclusive insights into the 2040 Plan and UDO during this webinar and learn how it will impact commercial real estate developments moving forward.

Our Leader

Alyson CraigAlyson Craig
Deputy Planning Director
City of Charlotte
Alyson Craig is the Deputy Planning Director for the City of Charlotte’s Planning, Design, and Development Department. She provides oversight to two of the Department’s divisions, Land Development and Entitlement Services (Rezoning/UDO), our HR and budget operations, and serves as a backup to the Planning Director. Learn more.


Registration
This event is offered to NAIOP Charlotte members only at no charge. Prior registration is required. Zoom login information will be sent two (2) hours prior to the event.

Click Here to Register

Resources
View the draft Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan HERE.
View the Tree Canopy Action Plan HERE.
View information about the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) HERE.
Provide feedback to REBIC for representation HERE.
Provide feedback directly to the City on the plan HERE.