Plan Open House Draws a Crowd

Over 120 residents of Union Square attended the Plan Open House to see the latest plans-in-progress for Boynton Yards and neighborhood-wide public space enhancements. Capitalizing on the spring weather, the community previewed the plans in the Post Office parking lot, while enjoying live music, food from local food trucks, and a bike maintenance area.  This informal gathering was followed by

Charrette ends, public process continues.

Thank you all for participating in the charrette last week!  For those who were unable to attend our pin-up presentation on Wednesday or didn’t have a chance to share their thoughts, we will have more opportunities to get your feedback.  Now is your chance to be heard and help shape the future of Union Square.

10 Principles for Station Area Planning

The arrival of transit service to a previously under-served neighborhood brings with it a number of environmental, economic, and social benefits. Cities have learned to steer investment attracted to the efficiencies of transit by creating strategic, actionable plans for station area neighborhoods. These plans are essential to maximize quality-of-life benefits for local residents and the business

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