Hill-to-Downtown Planning Initiative
The City of New Haven and the Economic Development Corporation of New Haven recently kicked off the Hill-to-Downtown Planning Initiative at a well-attended community meeting at the Roberto Clemente School. New Haven has experienced tremendous growth these past five years with almost $3 billion in new development projects and a 2% job growth last year. The City is undertaking this initiative to provide a positive framework for the continued growth of the city that meets the goals of building a mixed-use, mixed-income, sustainable community for the future. As part of the project, a team of technical consultants will work with the community and the City to prepare a comprehensive analysis of the area (generally between Union Station and the Medical campus with important connections to the rest of the Hill and Downtown neighborhoods) and a long-term action plan. The project is supported by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Connecticut Department of Transportation, the Connecticut Office of Policy and Management, and the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development.
September 20, 2012 Meeting Presentation
Employment in the Hill
April 22, 2013 Meeting Presentation
Community Mapping from the April 22 Community Meeting
Presentation from the May 29 Community Design Meeting at Hill Central
Notes from the May 29 Community Design Meeting
Group Ideas from the May 29 Community Design Meeting
Group Maps from the May 29 Community Design Meeting
June 25 Community Meeting Flyer
Presentation from the June 25 Community Meeting
Hill-to-Downtown Final Report - Executive Summary, December 2013
Hill-to-Downtown Final Report, December 2013
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