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فيلم: شناخت Comp Plan Excellence: PlanDSM

Title:شناخت Comp Plan Excellence: PlanDSM مایکل لودویگ، مدیر برنامه ریزی شهر د موین، آیووا، با آنا رید، AICP از APA بازدید می کند تا در مورد PlanDSM، طرح جامع شهر صحبت کند. لودویگ پیشینه این طرح و همچنین تلاش های قوی شهر برای تعامل با جوامع متنوع و شگفت آور آن، از جمله جوانان و […]

Title:شناخت Comp Plan Excellence: PlanDSM

مایکل لودویگ، مدیر برنامه ریزی شهر د موین، آیووا، با آنا رید، AICP از APA بازدید می کند تا در مورد PlanDSM، طرح جامع شهر صحبت کند. لودویگ پیشینه این طرح و همچنین تلاش های قوی شهر برای تعامل با جوامع متنوع و شگفت آور آن، از جمله جوانان و دانشجویانش را توضیح می دهد. این طرح جامع به عنوان بخشی از استانداردهای طرح جامع APA برای پایلوت برنامه شناسایی مکان‌ها شناخته شد. در مورد این طرح و سایر موارد شناسایی شده توسط این برنامه بیشتر بیاموزید:

عکس ها با حسن نیت ارائه شده از شهر د موین: https://www.dmgov.org/Pages/default.aspx

قسمتي از متن فيلم: Hi I’m Anna Reed I’m a senior program development and research associate with APA and I’m here with Michael Ludwig the planning administrator for the City of Des Moines how are you today Mike great having a good conference having a great conference so I wanted to talk to you a

Little bit more about plan DSM which brief lead silver silver level recognition through their comprehensive plan standards recognition program pilot so could you provide a little background on your comprehensive plan starting just providing a little context on the City of Des Moines for us so the morning is

The capital city of Iowa were located pretty central in the state at the intersection of Interstate 35 interstate 80 so two major corridors that are converging in Des Moines we have a population of about two hundred and ten thousand and the Des Moines metro population is about 600,000 and so while

The suburban communities have been growing for a lot of years Des Moines was pretty stagnant from about 1960 to 1990 actually lost population at that time mainly associated with the building of the interstate truth through town and there’s a lot of flight to the suburbs that occurred for about 30 years so we

Previously hit our all-time high population in 1960 and we just reached a new high in 2014 so we finally have game game back and exceeded our all-time high population great can you tell us a little bit then about what the community priorities and challenges were going into your comprehensive planning process

Sure so um the ones last comprehensive plan was was completed in 2000 and it had a really great community character element in it identified a lot of architectural character and use character throughout the community but the future land use map motto was really more of an existing conditions map and

So it left every zoning decision up to a public hearing and discussion about whether or not that change was appropriate that didn’t really provide a lot of guidance or future vision of where we thought uses should go so it’s kind of bring us a project and

We’ll see if we like it or not so we worked under that my first 12 years of the city and it was it was somewhat challenging to say the least neighborhoods were frustrated I think by the code because ultimately that the development community was was responsible for bringing projects to

Them and and set up some contentious debates it also wasn’t really well linked with our transportation master plan and so we knew we needed to do know to complete a new comprehensive plan and it was just a matter of getting funding for that we had applied for several

Grants unsuccessfully and then in about 2010 we wrote a grant to HUD an EPA and the d-o-t for sustainable communities grant and for the region and so our MPL worked on our tomorrow plan which is our plan versus sustainable development and so while we weren’t successful in

Getting the local comp plan money we did get the regional money and that really set a course for this project for our complan because the tomorrow plan really doesn’t help define DesMoines role in the region and instead of competing with our suburban neighbors for for development I think it emphasized our

Role in being the urban center of the Metro and so when we went to do our comprehensive plan we specifically said we were going to take the tomorrow play on that regional plan and implement it locally and so our plan titles plan dsm creating our tomorrow and so as direct

Play off that we used marketing from it use the color schematics from logo and in the tomorrow plan carried that on down into plan DSM and so you know I feel like there’s a really critical time for us because we needed to kind of go back to basics of planning and have a

Comp plan that was based on smart planning principles and very linked to transportation master planning and transit and and really giving your best vision a future land use for the community tied in with other goals so within the Comprehensive Plan standards your plan scored very well on the authentic participation practice and so

I wanted to talk to you a little bit about how you engage the community throughout the planning process and have sort of continued to engage the community through implementation so we had pretty robust participation in the tomorrow plan by our citizens from the City of Des Moines and we wanted to

Build on that we started out with about four kind of I’d say public open house meetings for for the beginning of our outreach and we basically got a lot of the same people that had gone to the tomorrow plan meetings and it was not a very diverse representation people don’t

Think of Des Moines being very diverse but just for example there’s 32,000 students in the des moines public school system they speak a hundred languages and represent 88 countries in the des moines public school district and so for a community like Des Moines there is very diverse community to serve so we

Knew we needed better representation and so our steering committee and staff got together and developed a plan where we went out and held 15 additional meetings with underrepresented populations went out and met with our specific targeted meeting who is african-american community Latino community we went out and met with our Southeast Asian

Community very from the 1970s we’ve had Vietnamese refugees that relocated to Des Moines who have now been here for 40 years and recently we’ve had Bhutanese refugees moving to Des Moines and just really felt like we could we could reach out to to those populations in the community the LGBTQ community in Des

Moines we reached out then especially to the Des Moines Public Schools we attended three government classes and it was Urban Studies classes at our central campus that we met with and those were the most diverse meetings that we had because we had every every representation in in the Des Moines Public School

District in our community at those meetings and wanted to find out what the students want not just from their ethnicity background but age background what what did they want Des Moines to be in the future and so we held those 15 meetings and the number one thing we

Heard that those was they didn’t want that to be the only time we talked to him they wanted to know when we were coming back to talk with him again and so we ended up having Iowa State University graduate planning school do some work on our comprehensive plan to

Host on our goals and policies did you name a matter visioning but I guess our our review and so we had a mandate in their contract they had to go out and meet with every one of the groups that we met with previously to discuss the

Actual plans and goals so we met with him during the visioning and they went back and followed up on the goals and policies to make sure that we addressed concerns that they don’t have so I think we’ve continued that after the adoption with individual meetings on topics from

Helping some of our Bhutanese refugees get connected with other resources in the community I mean as simple as finding soccer fields for them to have soccer on the weekends that that want what didn’t have a fee associated with them or or didn’t have soccer tournaments already booked on them and

Things like that and so I think it was just establishing those relationships and continuing to build on those relationships I wanted to circle back to the youth engagement for a moment cuz that’s often something you don’t hear a lot about in planning processes but we are talking about you know your tagline

Is creating our tomorrow and it’s a 30 year planning horizon and so how did you end up incorporating onto the the process or how did you come to seeing that is an important thing to incorporate into them well we won we just knew that our student population

Was so diverse than to mine public schools and you know I think we initially approached it from a from a perspective of how could we better communicate with our diverse population we have first-generation refugees moving to Des Moines oftentimes a 12 year old child or younger is the first person

Than a family to speak English and they come to our counter at our building permit counter and our translating what a planner is saying at a counter to their parents on a zoning related issue really unfair position to be putting a child in to be a translator

For a technical legal issue like zoning and so we know we have to do a better job of making documents available in multiple languages and we we knew we were heading down that approach but as we started meeting with the students it became very apparent that what we really

Need to find out was what’s going to keep you here I mean for a lot of years people just left the city when they graduated and we’ve had a lot of people now move back because they’re raising families so we wanted to know doesn’t won’t have what you want today what does

It mean tomorrow what will what are your plans when you graduate were you gonna go are you gonna go off to college where are you going do you want to come back to Des Moines what wouldn’t bring you back to Des Moines those types of questions to try and vision out 25 years

And what are we needed to be so is very valuable and your plan was adopted in 2002 and so can you talk a little bit about where you are in the implementation so we had an implementation chapter that had several intermediate or immediate goals one to two years intermediate goals that were in the five year range and then beyond in the plan of the 25 year time for him

And so a couple key things happen after the adoption of our plan or City Council developed guide dsm which played off of our arm or our branding of our comp plan plan plan dsm is the umbrella document guide dsm is the council strategic plan and so it falls underneath that umbrella

And so they prioritize funding for elements out of our implementation chapter and so several key initiatives are going on right now that we’re funded by our council we have a transportation master plan which is the first transportation master plan for the city of Des Moines standalone we have a Parks

And Recreation master plan that’s under work and we also have neighborhood and corridor planning that’s occurring all under those different things and then finally working on a new form based zoning code for the city that should be done in September or October this year so those

Are all things that were called for in the Comprehensive Plan and then ultimately funded within a year by our City Council so a lot of buy-in on our planning effort and then just as a final question why did you decide to apply for the Comprehensive Plan designation so we

Had a project manager consultant that we’d hired for a project and both the project manager and our staff are heavily involved in a ICP credential planners we knew this the sustaining places document was going to be a basis for our plan from the very beginning Bruce Knight actually came to Des Moines

And spoke to an affordable housing conference in Des Moines and we were at dinner one night and we were talking about our plan how we were following with sustaining places model and he said well there’s going to be a there’s going to be a recognition program that they’re

Working on and so you should keep your eye open for when it comes open so when we were developing the plan we also had the Iowa State students graduate students evaluate our plan based on the criteria in the sustaining places document so when we went out for public

Outreach on our goals and policies at very end of the planning document and when we presented the plan to the council we used that evaluation as part of our presentation of what level we thought we would qualify for under the plan did you also end up with silver oh

We had gold but but it was really issued because we had them evaluate based on that as well as the star community rating system both of those and because we were already a star community and wanted to see how we were how the new document would help with that so we had

That we’d had that already you know in our thought process and so when the pilot program came out we pretty much had our materials in our head our evaluation from some work that the students had done and and we applied for the pilot program and we’re happy to be

Invited to apply for the awards programs great well thanks so much for taking my time – Tasha Porter you

Time: 1508174020
Date: 2017-10-16 20:43:40
Duration: 00:13:43


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