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Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee August 29, 2019 at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. City Hall, Room 2152 301 W 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701 COMMITTEE MEMBERS Planning Commission Zoning and Platting Commission Carmen Llanes Pulido Ana Aguirre Fayez Kazi Bruce Evans Todd Shaw Hank Smith Yvette Flores CALL TO ORDER 1. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL 1. Introduce members of the Committee and Staff. 2. Inform audience of procedure. 3. The first three speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 3. NEW BUSINESS a. Presentation on draft 2019 Imagine Austin Annual Report (Discussion and/or possible action). b. What members would like the committee to accomplish; this will inform drafting a one year work plan (Discussion and/or possible action). 4. OLD BUSINESS a. None. 5. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS Future agenda items will NOT be discussed at the current meeting, but will be offered for initiation, discussion, and/or possible recommendation to the full Planning Commission at a FUTURE meeting. ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days before the meeting date. Please call Matt Dugan at Planning and Zoning Department, at 512-974-7665, for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee, please contact Matt Dugan at (512) 512-974-7665 or matthew.dugan@austintexas.gov

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May 23, 2019

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Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee Special Called Meeting May 23, 2019 at 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. City Hall, Room 2152 301 W 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701 COMMITTEE MEMBERS PC ZAP Yvette Flores Ana Aguirre Conor Kenny Bruce Evans James Schissler Hank Smith Todd Shaw CALL TO ORDER 1. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL 1. Introduce members of the Committee and Staff. 2. Inform audience of procedure. 3. The first three speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 3. NEW BUSINESS a. None 4. OLD BUSINESS a. Long Range CIP Strategic Plan (Discussion and/or possible action). 5. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS Future agenda items will NOT be discussed at the current meeting, but will be offered for initiation, discussion, and/or possible recommendation to the full Planning Commission at a FUTURE meeting. ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days before the meeting date. Please call Dee Dee Quinnelly at Planning and Zoning Department, at 512-974-2036, for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee, please contact Dee Dee Quinnelly at (512) 974-2036 or deedee.quinnelly@austintexas.gov

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May 23, 2019

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1 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN JOINT COMMITTEE SPECIAL CALLED MEETING Minutes May 23, 2019 The Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee convened in a special called meeting on May 23, 2019 at City Hall, Room 2152, 301 W 2nd Street, Austin, TX 78701. The meeting was called to order at 12:01 p.m. Joint Committee Members in Attendance: PC ZAP Conor Kenny Ana Aguirre James Schissler Bruce Evans Hank Smith City Staff in Attendance: Stevie Greathouse, Planning and Zoning Department Dee Dee Quinnelly, Planning and Zoning Department Derica Peters, Planning and Zoning Department Others in Attendance: None. 1. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL None. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES A motion was made to approve the minutes from the April 11, 2019 meeting by Commissioner Aguirre, seconded by Commissioner Schissler. Vote 5-0. Commissioners Flores and Shaw were absent. 3. NEW BUSINESS a. None. 4. OLD BUSINESS a. Update on Long Range CIP Strategic Plan. Stevie Greathouse with the Planning and Zoning Department gave a presentation on the Long Range CIP Strategic Plan (LRCSP) and the Draft Transmittal memo which was developed by the CPJC CIP Working Group. Commissioner Schissler moved to favorably recommend the LRCSP and the Draft Transmittal memo, seconded by Commissioner Aguirre (Vote 5-0). Next steps in the LRCSP planning process include: ZAP and PC Briefings, June 4 and June 11, respectively. The goal is for PC to take action and transmit the LRCSP to City Manager’s Office by the June 30 City Charter deadline. 2 5. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS Draft Imagine Austin Annual Report. ADJOURNMENT The meeting adjourned at 12:34 p.m. The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 4 days before the meeting date. Please call Dee Dee Quinnelly at Planning and Zoning Department, at 512-974-2036, for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee, please contact Dee Dee Quinnelly at (512) 974- 2036 or deedee.quinnelly@austintexas.gov.

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February 1, 2019 (INTERNAL DRAFT) 1 Long Range CIP Strategic Plan Fiscal Years 2019-2021 Long-Range Capital Improvement Program Strategic Plan Refined DRAFT May 20, 2019 City of Austin, Texas City Council Steve Adler, Mayor Kathie Tovo, Mayor Pro Tem, District 9 Natasha Harper-Madison, District 1 Delia Garza, District 2 Sabino “Pio” Renteria, District 3 Gregorio “Greg” Casar, District 4 Ann Kitchen, District 5 Jimmy Flannigan, District 6 Leslie Pool, District 7 Paige Ellis, District 8 Alison Alter, District 10 City Manager Spencer Cronk The FYs 2020-2021 Long-Range Capital Improvement Program Strategic Plan is produced by the City of Austin Planning and Zoning Department. For additional information about the Long Range CIP Strategic Plan visit austintexas.gov/cipstrategicplan. Table of Contents PART ONE: INTRODUCTION TO THE CIP ....................................................................................................... 5 Chapter 1: Introduction to the Long Range-CIP Strategic Plan ................................................................. 7 Chapter 2: Setting the Context ............................................................................................................... 12 Chapter 3: Key Drivers for Capital Investment ....................................................................................... 28 Chapter 4: Funding and Partnerships ..................................................................................................... 36 PART TWO: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ............................................................................. 40 Chapter 5: Conclusions ........................................................................................................................... 42 Chapter 6: Recommended CIP Priorities................................................................................................. 49 PART THREE: DETAILED INFORMATION AND ANALYSIS ............................................................................. 52 Chapter 7: Comprehensive Infrastructure Assessment .......................................................................... 54 Chapter 8: Strategic Investment Analysis ............................................................................................... 67 Chapter 9: Rolling Needs Assessment..................................................................................................... 75 Appendices ................................................................................................................................................ 105 Appendix A: Definitions ........................................................................................................................ 107 Appendix B: How Departments Prioritize CIP Needs ............................................................................ 115 Appendix C: Resources .......................................................................................................................... 134 PART ONE: INTRODUCTION TO THE CIP May 20, 2019 (DRAFT) 7 Long Range CIP Strategic Plan Chapter 1: Introduction to the Long Range-CIP Strategic Plan The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is all around you. You may not think about it every day, but it’s the sidewalk you walk on, the park or library at which you meet your friends, even the pipes that carry water that comes out of your faucet. Assets such as these are operated and managed by the City of Austin, and they are part of a larger system of infrastructure that affects each and every person’s quality of life. The City is responsible for ensuring adequate infrastructure is available to citizens throughout the City. Through the Capital Improvement Program, the City makes sure that the infrastructure it owns operates safely, effectively, and at a level of service that the public expects. The Capital Improvement Program works in tandem with the Operations and Maintenance Program. The Long-Range Capital Improvement Program Strategic Plan is a data-driven approach to planning for …

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Click to edit Master subtitle styleComprehensive Plan Joint CommitteeLong-Range CIP Strategic PlanPlanning and ZoningMay 21, 2019 THE LRCSP CONNECTS IMAGINE AUSTINTO THE CIP2•Imagine Austin•Coordination •Data-driven Investments•Charter Requirement•Needs Assessment•Transparency LRCSP FITS WITHIN A COMPLEX POLICY FRAMEWORK3Vision/PolicyImplementationImagine Austin ComprehensivePlanStrategic Housing BlueprintAustinStrategic Mobility PlanLong Range CIPStrategic PlanLand Development Code Regulations5 Year Capital Impovement ProgramPrivate DevelopmentPublic Infrastructure Small Area Plans/ FLUMFlood Mitigation Task Force ReportStrategic Direction 2023 LRCSP ROLES4 THE LRCSP ALLOWS PC TO MEET CHARTER REQUIREMENTS5AUSTIN CITY CHARTER, ARTICLE X§4. THE PLANNING COMMISSION —POWERS AND DUTIESThe planning commission shall:(1)Review and make recommendations to the council regarding the adoption and implementation of a comprehensive plan (as defined by Section 5 of this article) or element or portion thereof prepared under authorization of the city council and under the direction of the city manager and responsible city planning staff;(4) Submit annually to the city manager, not less than ninety (90) days prior to the beginning of the budget year, a list of recommended capital improvements, which in the opinion of the commission are necessary or desirable to implement the adopted comprehensive planor element or portion thereof during the forthcoming five-year period; KEY DRIVERS FOR CAPITAL INVESTMENTS•Urgent Needs (safety, legal, service imperative)•Capital Renewal (condition-based) •Service Demands (people-based)•Policy Priorities (Council-approved priorities)•Planning Priorities (Imagine Austin and small area plans, regional plans)6 THE CIPPLANNING CYCLE7Needs & Project IdentificationLong-Range CIP Strategic PlanningProject PrioritizationFunding Identification5-Year CIP PlanningAnnual of Approval of Operating and Capital BudgetImplement Projects & Programs FLAVORS OF MONEY8Public Improvement Bonds(GO)9.4%Current Revenue30.4%Non-Voter Approved Debt6.8%Commerical Paper19.2%Grants0.1%Revenue Bonds34.1%2018-2019 CIP Revenue by Source FY 2018-19 CAPITAL SPENDING BY INFRASTRUCTURE CATEGORY (IN MILLIONS):$1.0 BILLION9$347.4$191.2$97.0$72.8$71.4$54.7$47.1$43.9$43.2$10.9$10.8$4.6$2.2$0.1$0$50$100$150$200$250$300$350*$250.1M of FY19 Mobility Infrastructure planned spending is for Aviation projects 10PRIORITIZING NEEDS DURING BOND DEVELOPMENTRolling Needs Assessment$5-10 Billion (Unfunded Needs)2018 Bond Needs Assessment$3 Billion2018 Bond $925 M •Comprehensive Infrastructure Assessment•Strategic Investment Analysis•Rolling Needs Assessmentaustintexas.gov/ cipstrategicplanTHE LRCSP INCLUDES THREE COMPONENTS11 LRCSPPROCESS12FY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020FY 2021May-JunJul-SepOct-DecJan-MarApr-JunJul-SepOct-DecJan-MarApr-JunJul-SepOct-DecJan-MarApr-JunJul-SepOct-DecJan-MarApr-JunJul-SepTask 4: Rolling Needs Assessment Lead: BudgetTask 4: Rolling Needs Assessment Lead: BudgetLead: PAZLead: PAZ5-Year Plan CIP SubmittalBudget Adoption5-Year Plan CIP SubmittalBudget Adoption5-Year Plan CIP SubmittalBudget Adoption5-Year Plan CIP SubmittalBudget Adoption2018 Bond ElectionPossible Bond ElectionTask 5.2: Department Review of LRCSPTask 5.3: PC Review and Transmittal of LRCSPTask 1: Coordination Activities FYs 2020-2021 LRCSPFYs 2022-2023 LRCSPTask 2: Strategic Investment Analysis Lead: PAZTask 3: Comprehensive Infrastructure Assessment Lead: PWDTask 5.1: LRCSP Draft ProductionTask 1: Coordination Activities Task 2: Strategic Investment Analysis Lead: PAZTask 3: Comprehensive Infrastructure Assessment Lead: PWDFYs 2017-2018 LRCSP Task 5.1: LRCSP Draft ProductionTask 5.2: Department …

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CIP Working Group DRAFT_5 14 2019 i To: Spencer Cronk, City Manager From: The City of Austin Planning Commission Date: June 30, 2019 Subject: Transmittal of the Long-Range Capital Improvement Program Strategic Plan The Planning Commission is pleased to transmit the FYs 2019-2021 Long-Range Capital Improvement Program Strategic Plan (LRCSP). The LRCSP serves as a key link between the vision articulated in Imagine Austin with the City’s capital investments. The LRCSP is part of a larger Capital Improvement Program planning cycle, a multi-year, continuous process of planning, funding, and implementation of capital improvements, that also includes the Five-Year CIP Plan and the annual Capital Budget. Transmittal of the LRCSP to the City Manager allows the Planning Commission to meet its requirement under the Charter to submit a list of projects to the City Manager which implement the Imagine Austin Comprehensive Plan as per City Charter Article X, Section 4 (4): “The Planning Commission shall…Submit annually to the city manager, not less than ninety (90) days prior to the beginning of a budget year, a list of recommended capital improvements, which in the opinion of the commission are necessary or desirable to implement the adopted comprehensive plan or element or portion thereof during the forthcoming five-year period.” The LRCSP was first developed and transmitted to the City Manager in 2013 and was most recently updated in spring 2017. Moving forward the LRCSP will be updated every 2 years. The Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee of Planning Commission and ZAP participated in development of this year’s Long Range CIP Strategic Plan, appointed a 3 member CIP Working Group to review the draft LRCSP in detail and to develop the draft transmittal memo, and finalized a transmittal memo for consideration by the Planning Commission. The full Zoning and Platting Commission was also briefed on the LRCSP before the LRCSP and draft transmittal memo went before the Planning Commission for its consideration on June 11, 2019. This collaboration gives us the opportunity to give the City Manager more specific recommendations based on the pressing issues each of the commissions deal with regularly. From our key vantage point, our two commissions can assess the opportunities and obstacles presented by our current infrastructure capacity and conditions. Increasingly, we are presented with critical planning decisions that are dependent on the availability of adequate infrastructure. Austin’s rapid growth rate strains our ability to meet both planning and infrastructure needs. …

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April 11, 2019

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Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee April 11, 2019 at 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. City Hall, Room 2152 301 W 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701 COMMITTEE MEMBERS PC ZAP Yvette Flores Ana Aguirre Conor Kenny Bruce Evans James Schissler Sunil Lavani Todd Shaw CALL TO ORDER 1. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL 1. Introduce members of the Committee and Staff. 2. Inform audience of procedure. 3. The first three speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 3. NEW BUSINESS a. None. 4. OLD BUSINESS a. Update on Long Range CIP Strategic Plan (Discussion and/or possible action). 5. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS Future agenda items will NOT be discussed at the current meeting, but will be offered for initiation, discussion, and/or possible recommendation to the full Planning Commission at a FUTURE meeting. ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days before the meeting date. Please call Matt Dugan at Planning and Zoning Department, at 512-974-7665, for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee, please contact Dee Dee Quinnelly at (512) 512-974-2036 or DeeDee.Quinnelly@austintexas.gov

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April 11, 2019

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1 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN JOINT COMMITTEE REGULAR MEETING Minutes April 11, 2019 The Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee convened in a regular meeting on April 11, 2019 at City Hall, Room 2152, 301 W 2nd Street, Austin, TX 78701. The meeting was called to order at 12:04 p.m. Joint Committee Members in Attendance: PC ZAP Yvette Flores Ana Aguirre Conor Kenny Bruce Evans Todd Shaw City Staff in Attendance: Stevie Greathouse, Planning and Zoning Department Matt Dugan, Planning and Zoning Department Dee Dee Quinnelly, Planning and Zoning Department Derica Peters, Planning and Zoning Department Annie Van Zant, Public Works Department Tina Van Wie, Financial Services Department Charlotte Huskey, Financial Services Department Others in Attendance: None. 1. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL None. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES A motion was made to approve the minutes from the March 1, 2019 meeting by Commissioner Aguirre, seconded by Commissioner Shaw. Vote 4-0. Commissioners Lavani and Schissler were absent. 3. NEW BUSINESS a. None. 4. OLD BUSINESS a. Update on Long Range CIP Strategic Plan. Stevie Greathouse with the Planning and Zoning Department gave a presentation on the Long Range CIP Strategic Plan including a general overview of the planning process and detailed information on the three major plan components: Comprehensive Infrastructure 2 Assessment, Strategic Investment Analysis, and the Rolling Needs Assessment. Annie Van Zant and Tina Van Wie provided support and clarification on specific financial and infrastructure related inquiries. Next steps in the LRCSP planning process include: April-May CIP Working Group meetings, Late May/Early June Special called meeting of the CPJC to recommend transmittal memo, ZAP and PC Briefings in June, and PC Action to transmit LRCSP to City Manger’s Office by June 30. No action was taken. 5. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS CPJC Recommend Transmittal Memo (related to LRCSP), Draft Imagine Austin Annual Report. ADJOURNMENT The meeting adjourned at 1:15 p.m. The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 4 days before the meeting date. Please call Dee Dee Quinnelly at Planning and Zoning Department, at 512-974-2036, for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee, please contact Dee Dee Quinnelly at (512) 974- 2036 or deedee.quinnelly@austintexas.gov.

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February 1, 2019 (INTERNAL DRAFT) 1 Long Range CIP Strategic Plan Fiscal Years 2019-2021 Long-Range Capital Improvement Program Strategic Plan DRAFT April 4, 2019 City of Austin, Texas City Council Steve Adler, Mayor Kathie Tovo, Mayor Pro Tem, District 9 Natasha Harper-Madison, District 1 Delia Garza, District 2 Sabino “Pio” Renteria, District 3 Gregorio “Greg” Casar, District 4 Ann Kitchen, District 5 Jimmy Flannigan, District 6 Leslie Pool, District 7 Paige Ellis, District 8 Alison Alter, District 10 City Manager Spencer Cronk The FYs 2020-2021 Long-Range Capital Improvement Program Strategic Plan is produced by the City of Austin Planning and Zoning Department. For additional information about the Long Range CIP Strategic Plan visit austintexas.gov/cipstrategicplan. Table of Contents PART ONE: INTRODUCTION TO THE CIP ....................................................................................................... 5 Chapter 1: Introduction to the Long Range-CIP Strategic Plan ................................................................. 7 Chapter 2: Setting the Context ............................................................................................................... 12 Chapter 3: Key Drivers for Capital Investment ....................................................................................... 27 Chapter 4: Funding and Partnerships ..................................................................................................... 35 PART TWO: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ............................................................................. 39 Chapter 5: Conclusions ........................................................................................................................... 41 Chapter 6: Recommended CIP Priorities................................................................................................. 48 PART THREE: DETAILED INFORMATION AND ANALYSIS ............................................................................. 51 Chapter 7: Comprehensive Infrastructure Assessment .......................................................................... 53 Chapter 8: Strategic Investment Analysis ............................................................................................... 66 Chapter 9: Rolling Needs Assessment..................................................................................................... 74 Appendices ................................................................................................................................................ 105 Appendix A: Definitions ........................................................................................................................ 107 Appendix B: How Departments Prioritize CIP Needs ............................................................................ 115 Appendix C: Resources .......................................................................................................................... 133 PART ONE: INTRODUCTION TO THE CIP April 4, 2019 (DRAFT) 7 Long Range CIP Strategic Plan Chapter 1: Introduction to the Long Range-CIP Strategic Plan The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is all around you. You may not think about it every day, but it’s the sidewalk you walk on, the park or library at which you meet your friends, even the pipes that carry water that comes out of your faucet. Assets such as these are operated and managed by the City of Austin, and they are part of a larger system of infrastructure that affects each and every person’s quality of life. The City is responsible for ensuring adequate infrastructure is available to citizens throughout the City. Through the Capital Improvement Program, the City makes sure that the infrastructure it owns operates safely, effectively, and at a level of service that the public expects. The Capital Improvement Program works in tandem with the Operations and Maintenance Program. The Long-Range Capital Improvement Program Strategic Plan is a data-driven approach to planning for how …

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Click to edit Master subtitle styleComprehensive Plan Joint CommitteeLong-Range CIP Strategic PlanPlanning and ZoningApril 11, 2019 THE LRCSP CONNECTS IMAGINE AUSTINTO THE CIP2•Imagine Austin•Coordination •Data-driven Investments•Charter Requirement•Needs Assessment•Transparency LRCSP FITS WITHIN A COMPLEX POLICY FRAMEWORK3Vision/PolicyImplementationImagine Austin ComprehensivePlanStrategic Housing BlueprintAustinStrategic Mobility PlanLong Range CIPStrategic PlanLand Development Code Regulations5 Year Capital Impovement ProgramPrivate DevelopmentPublic Infrastructure Small Area Plans/ FLUMFlood Mitigation Task Force ReportStrategic Direction 2023 LRCSP ROLES4 THE LRCSP ALLOWS PC TO MEET CHARTER REQUIREMENTS5AUSTIN CITY CHARTER, ARTICLE X§4. THE PLANNING COMMISSION —POWERS AND DUTIESThe planning commission shall:(1)Review and make recommendations to the council regarding the adoption and implementation of a comprehensive plan (as defined by Section 5 of this article) or element or portion thereof prepared under authorization of the city council and under the direction of the city manager and responsible city planning staff;(4) Submit annually to the city manager, not less than ninety (90) days prior to the beginning of the budget year, a list of recommended capital improvements, which in the opinion of the commission are necessary or desirable to implement the adopted comprehensive planor element or portion thereof during the forthcoming five-year period; KEY DRIVERS FOR CAPITAL INVESTMENTS•Urgent Needs (safety, legal, service imperative)•Capital Renewal (condition-based) •Service Demands (people-based)•Policy Priorities (Council-approved priorities)•Planning Priorities (Imagine Austin and small area plans, regional plans)6 THE CIPPLANNING CYCLE7Needs & Project IdentificationLong-Range CIP Strategic PlanningProject PrioritizationFunding Identification5-Year CIP PlanningAnnual of Approval of Operating and Capital BudgetImplement Projects & Programs FLAVORS OF MONEY8Public Improvement Bonds(GO)9.4%Current Revenue30.4%Non-Voter Approved Debt6.8%Commerical Paper19.2%Grants0.1%Revenue Bonds34.1%2018-2019 CIP Revenue by Source FY 2018-19 CAPITAL SPENDING BY INFRASTRUCTURE CATEGORY (IN MILLIONS):$1.0 BILLION9$347.4$191.2$97.0$72.8$71.4$54.7$47.1$43.9$43.2$10.9$10.8$4.6$2.2$0.1$0$50$100$150$200$250$300$350*$250.1M of FY19 Mobility Infrastructure planned spending is for Aviation projects 10PRIORITIZING NEEDS DURING BOND DEVELOPMENTRolling Needs Assessment$5-10 Billion (Unfunded Needs)2018 Bond Needs Assessment$3 Billion2018 Bond $925 M •Comprehensive Infrastructure Assessment•Strategic Investment Analysis•Rolling Needs Assessmentaustintexas.gov/ cipstrategicplanTHE LRCSP INCLUDES THREE COMPONENTS11 LRCSPPROCESS12FY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020FY 2021May-JunJul-SepOct-DecJan-MarApr-JunJul-SepOct-DecJan-MarApr-JunJul-SepOct-DecJan-MarApr-JunJul-SepOct-DecJan-MarApr-JunJul-SepTask 4: Rolling Needs Assessment Lead: BudgetTask 4: Rolling Needs Assessment Lead: BudgetLead: PAZLead: PAZ5-Year Plan CIP SubmittalBudget Adoption5-Year Plan CIP SubmittalBudget Adoption5-Year Plan CIP SubmittalBudget Adoption5-Year Plan CIP SubmittalBudget Adoption2018 Bond ElectionPossible Bond ElectionTask 5.2: Department Review of LRCSPTask 5.3: PC Review and Transmittal of LRCSPTask 1: Coordination Activities FYs 2020-2021 LRCSPFYs 2022-2023 LRCSPTask 2: Strategic Investment Analysis Lead: PAZTask 3: Comprehensive Infrastructure Assessment Lead: PWDTask 5.1: LRCSP Draft ProductionTask 1: Coordination Activities Task 2: Strategic Investment Analysis Lead: PAZTask 3: Comprehensive Infrastructure Assessment Lead: PWDFYs 2017-2018 LRCSP Task 5.1: LRCSP Draft ProductionTask 5.2: Department …

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March 1, 2019

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Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee March 1, 2019 at 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. City Hall, Room 2152 301 W 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701 COMMITTEE MEMBERS PC ZAP Yvette Flores Ana Aguirre Conor Kenny Bruce Evans James Schissler Sunil Lavani Todd Shaw CALL TO ORDER 1. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL 1. Introduce members of the Committee and Staff. 2. Inform audience of procedure. 3. The first three speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 3. NEW BUSINESS a. None. 4. OLD BUSINESS a. Update on Austin Strategic Mobility Plan (ASMP) (Discussion and/or possible action). b. Update on Long Range CIP Strategic Plan (Discussion and/or possible action). 5. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS Future agenda items will NOT be discussed at the current meeting, but will be offered for initiation, discussion, and/or possible recommendation to the full Planning Commission at a FUTURE meeting. ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days before the meeting date. Please call Matt Dugan at Planning and Zoning Department, at 512-974-7665, for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee, please contact Matt Dugan at (512) 974-7665 or matthew.dugan@austintexas.gov

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March 1, 2019

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1 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN JOINT COMMITTEE SPECIAL CALLED MEETING Minutes March 1, 2019 The Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee convened in a regular meeting on March 1, 2019 at City Hall, Room 2152, 301 W 2nd Street, Austin, TX 78701. The meeting was called to order at 12:00 p.m. Joint Committee Members in Attendance: PC ZAP Conor Kenny Ana Aguirre James Schissler Sunil Lavani Todd Shaw Yvette Flores City Staff in Attendance: Matt Dugan, Planning and Zoning Department Dee Dee Quinnelly, Planning and Zoning Department Annick Beaudet, Austin Transportation Department Cole Kitten, Austin Transportation Department Liane Miller, Austin Transportation Department Others in Attendance: None. 1. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL None. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES A motion was made to approve the minutes from the January 10, 2019 meeting by Commissioner Lavani, seconded by Commissioner Schissler. Vote 6-0. Commissioner Evans was absent. 3. NEW BUSINESS a. None. 4. OLD BUSINESS a. Briefing on Austin Strategic Mobility Plan. Annick Beaudet, Liane Miller, and Cole Kitten with the Austin Transportation Department presented an update on the Austin Strategic Mobility Plan including a draft content outline, elements of the plan, and top strategies for plan implementation. Additional focus was provided on Chapter 2: Managing Our Demand and Phase III Feedback. Relevant to the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee, key next steps in the planning process include: 2 March 5 and March 19 (Zoning and Platting Commission), March 12 and March 26 (Planning Commission) and March 28 (City Council). No action was taken. 5. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS The Long Range CIP. ADJOURNMENT The meeting adjourned at 1:30 p.m. The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 4 days before the meeting date. Please call Matt Dugan at Planning and Zoning Department, at 512-974-7665, for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee, please contact Matt Dugan at (512) 974- 7665 or matthew.dugan@austintexas.gov.

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Austin Strategic Mobility Plan Final Draft BriefingJOINT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN COMMITTEEMARCH 1, 20191 Agenda•Schedule•Motivation Behind the Plan•ASMP Draft•Content Outline•Elements of the Plan•Top Strategies•Chapter 2: Managing Our Demand•Phase III Feedback•Next Steps2 Schedule3EstablishAdvisoryCommittee &PublicEngagementPlanPhase II OutreachApproval Process startsOct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar 201620172018Project Initiation & Phase I Public OutreachScenario Planning/Analysis & Phase II Public OutreachPreferred Strategy & Phase III Public OutreachPlan Review& AdoptionPhase I Outreach2019Phase III OutreachMobility Strategy review Motivation for the Plan4 MotivationforthePlan50%50%203974% drive alone today vs. 50% in 2039Sustainable ModesDrive Alone74%4%8%11%1%2%TODAYDrive AloneTransitTeleworkCarpool / Taxicab /OtherBicycleWalk5 Mode Share Targets74%4%8%11%1%2%TODAYDrive AloneTransitTeleworkCarpool / Taxicab /OtherBicycleWalk50%16%15%11%4%4%20396 ASMP Final Draft Plan7 Policy Document, Street Network Table + Map8 Prioritizing Our SafetySafety CultureDesigning for SafetySafe BehaviorsSupplying Our Transportation InfrastructureSidewalk SystemRoadway SystemPublic Transportation SystemBicycle SystemUrban Trail SystemCondition of InfrastructureEmerging Mobility SolutionsAviationManaging Our DemandLand UseParkingCurb ManagementTransportation Demand Management ProgrammingShared MobilityOperating Our Transportation NetworkTransportation OperationsClosures and DetoursGoods MovementProtecting Our Health and EnvironmentPublic HealthAir and ClimateWater and StormwaterLand and EcologySupporting Our CommunityEquityAffordabilityAccessibilityPublic InteractionImplementing Our PlanDataCollaborationFinancial StrategiesAction TableChapters & Subchapters9 How do we get to 50/50?126 Policies100s of multimodal projects to achieve ASMP goals10 Elements of the PlanIndicators + Targets:More specific measures of our goals which help us know how well we are achieving them. Some indicators have identified targetsnecessary to make ambitious yet reasonable progress toward a goal within a specified timeline. Policies:A definite course or method of action to guide and determine present and future decisionsActions: Steps necessary to support policies, programs, and projects11 Elements of the PlanPriority Networks: Designated for the roadway, public transportation, and bicycle systems to show where modes are prioritized to improve operationsTransportation Network Maps: Identify possible projects the City may pursue in the next 20 years based on a variety of factors, including the evolving needs of the transportation network, engineering analysis, public input, and available fundingStreet Network Table:Inventory of our streets and their future conditions, which will be used to identify right of way dedication requirements12 Top Strategies•Reduce traffic fatalities, serious injuriesby focusing on safetyculture, behaviors•Move more peopleby investing in public transportation•Manage congestion by managing demand•Build active transportation access for all ages and abilitieson sidewalk, bicycle, and urban trail systems•Strategically add roadway capacityto improve travel efficiency13 Top Strategies•Connect people to services and opportunities for better health•Address affordability by linking housing and transportation investments•Right-size and manage parking supply to manage …

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Agenda original pdf

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Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee January 10, 2019 at 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. City Hall, Room 2152 301 W 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701 COMMITTEE MEMBERS PC ZAP Yvette Flores Ana Aguirre Conor Kenny Bruce Evans James Schissler Sunil Lavani Todd Shaw CALL TO ORDER 1. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL 1. Introduce members of the Committee and Staff. 2. Inform audience of procedure. 3. The first three speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 3. NEW BUSINESS a. None. 4. OLD BUSINESS a. Update on Long Range CIP Strategic Plan (Discussion and/or possible action). 5. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS Future agenda items will NOT be discussed at the current meeting, but will be offered for initiation, discussion, and/or possible recommendation to the full Planning Commission at a FUTURE meeting. ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days before the meeting date. Please call Matt Dugan at Planning and Zoning Department, at 512-974-7665, for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee, please contact Matt Dugan at (512) 974-7665 or matthew.dugan@austintexas.gov

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Approved Minutes original pdf

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1 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN JOINT COMMITTEE REGULAR MEETING Minutes January 10, 2019 The Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee convened in a regular meeting on January 10, 2019 at City Hall, Room 2152, 301 W 2nd Street, Austin, TX 78701. The meeting was called to order at 12:00 p.m. Joint Committee Members in Attendance: PC ZAP Conor Kenny Ana Aguirre James Schissler Bruce Evans Todd Shaw Sunil Lavani City Staff in Attendance: Stevie Greathouse, Planning and Zoning Department Matt Dugan, Planning and Zoning Department Dee Dee Quinnelly, Planning and Zoning Department Derica Peters, Planning and Zoning Department Annie Van Zant, Public Works Department Others in Attendance: None. 1. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL None. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES A motion was made to approve the minutes from the October 11, 2018 meeting by Commissioner Schissler, seconded by Commissioner Aguirre. Vote 6-0. Commissioner Flores was absent. 3. NEW BUSINESS a. None. 4. OLD BUSINESS a. Briefing on Long Range CIP Strategic Plan. Stevie Greathouse with the Planning and Zoning Department and Annie Van Zant with the Public Works Department gave an update on the Long Range CIP Strategic Plan including a draft Strategic Areas Map showing an overlap of city initiatives, and a draft set of CIP priorities. Commissioner Flores replaced Commissioner Kenny on the CIP working group. No action was taken. 2 5. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS The Austin Strategic Mobility Plan (ASMP), Long Range CIP. ADJOURNMENT The meeting adjourned at 1:20 p.m. The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 4 days before the meeting date. Please call Matt Dugan at Planning and Zoning Department, at 512-974-7665, for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee, please contact Matt Dugan at (512) 974- 7665 or matthew.dugan@austintexas.gov.

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draft priorities original pdf

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1 DRAFT CIP Priorities for Long Range CIP Strategic Plan For Discussion at January 10, 2019 Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee Meeting This chapter provides a recommended framework for prioritizing capital investments. Even with innovative approaches to infrastructure funding and increasing revenues, our needs will likely continue to exceed our ability to make investments in infrastructure over time, and setting priorities helps to increase our capacity to leverage the resources that we have to meet our most critical infrastructure needs. These priorities build on the analysis and conclusions of the LRCSP as well as relevant strategies identified in Strategic Directions 2023. The recommended priorities are arranged by strategic outcome and can be used to help guide incremental decisions made by:  City Council through formal policy decisions, initiation of General Obligation bond propositions for voter approval, acceptance of contracts, grant awards and partnership agreements for CIP projects, and approval of the Capital Budget  City Management through implementation direction, monitoring, and issues resolution  The Planning Commission through fulfillment of their Charter requirement to recommend capital improvements necessary or desirable to implement Imagine Austin  The Planning and Zoning Department, Budget Office, and others through ongoing Capital Improvement Program planning, coordination and oversight  The Budget Office through development of the Capital Budget and long-term financial strategies  Departments through implementation of the Capital Improvement Program and identification of future capital needs  The Development Services Department and development review staff in many departments through the review and application of private development infrastructure requirements  The City through the revision of private development infrastructure requirements and other CIP-related requirements within the Land Development Code;  The Planning and Zoning Department through future small area planning and annexation planning; and  Partnerships with other public agencies and non-profit organizations Strategic Outcome: Economic Opportunity and Affordability Priority #1: Continue to use bond funding to support “highest potential impact” actions identified in Austin’s Strategic Housing Blueprint. Priority #2: Explore ways of using CIP investments to leverage privately-funded community benefits including workforce development and affordable housing. Priority #3: Acknowledge Austin’s history of racial segregation and counter it by applying an equity perspective to infrastructure investments. Priority #4: Focus investments in Imagine Austin Centers and Corridors in coordination with land use changes, and consider the use of innovative funding strategies including value capture and public private partnerships where appropriate. Priority #5: Plan for infrastructure investments in …

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draft strategic areas map original pdf

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£¤183£¤290¬«130¬«1¬«71¬«360§¨¦35¬«71£¤290£¤183¬«45¬«45Degree of OverlapVery LowLowMediumHighVery High±03.571.75MilesStrategic Areas Map: Overlap of City InitiativesDraft LRCSP Strategic Areas Map_1 10 2019

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presentation original pdf

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Click to edit Master subtitle styleComprehensive Plan Joint CommitteeLong-Range CIP Strategic PlanPlanning and ZoningJanuary 10, 2019 Update on Project StatusStrategic Areas MapDraft PrioritiesNext StepsPRESENTATION OVERVIEW2 UPDATE ON PROJECT STATUS3 LRCSPPROCESS4FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 May-Jun Jul-Sep Oct-Dec Jan-Mar Apr-Jun Jul-Sep Oct-Dec Jan-Mar Apr-Jun Task 1: Coordination Activities / Strategic Initiatives Task 2: Strategic Investment Analysis Lead: PAZ Task 3: Comprehensive Infrastructure Assessment Lead: PWD Task 4: Rolling Needs Assessment Lead: Budget Task 5: Document Production and PC Review Lead: PAZ   PC Updates Recommendations (April/May 2018) PC Reviews Plan and Transmits to CMO (April/May 2019) CPJC Develops Recommendation DateTaskCOMPLETE•Departmentssubmit needs to Budget (RNA)•PWD finalizes draft Comprehensive Infrastructure Assessment (CIA)•PAZ finalizes draft Strategic Areas Map (SIA)January 2019•PAZ finalizes internaldraft LRCSP•CPJC reviews Strategic Areas Map and PrioritiesFebruary 2019•Departments review internal draft LRCSPMarch –April 2019•CPJC reviews draft LRCSP (including RNA, CIA, and SIA)•CIP Working Group drafts transmittal memoMay 2019Planning CommissionTransmits LRCSP to CMOLRCSP MILESTONES5 STRATEGIC INVESTMENT ANALYSIS6 STRATEGIC AREAS MAP7•Purpose: Identify geographic areas where investments can have the most impact•Heat map layers city initiatives•Darker areas = larger number of initiatives•Existing initiatives identified and vetted through an extensive process•Initiatives listed on page 48 of FY 2017-18 LRCSP STRATEGIC AREAS MAP “REFRESH”8•Data Audit:•Are data layers up to date?•Are there redundancies?•Are there better data sources?•Do refinements need to be made in data method?•Should layers be combined or separated?•Are there missing initiatives/initiatives that are no longer relevant?•Categorize Layers by Strategic Outcomes•Develop a Draft Composite Heat Map INITIATIVE LAYERS9•Economic Opportunity and Affordability•Imagine Austin Centers and Corridors•Economic Development Initiatives (Refined)•Environmental Justice Areas (CAMPO Data) (New)•Emerging Projects (New)•Small Area Plan Recommendations (Refined to show recommendations only vs. entire plan boundaries)•City owned property identified for redevelopment (New)•Areas at Risk of Gentrification (New) INITIATIVE LAYERS10•Mobility•Urban Trails Master Plan•Sidewalk Master Plan•Austin Strategic Mobility Plan Roadways (New, replaces 2014 Strategic Mobility Plan Corridors)•Public Transit (Capital Metro Rail + Rapid)•Bicycle Master Plan INITIATIVE LAYERS11•Health and Environment•Colorado River Corridor Plan (Travis County)•Watershed Protection Master Plan (Refined)•Urban Forest Plan (New)•PARD Parks Master Plans•PARD Long Range Plan (Refined)•Community Health Assessment (Refined)•Healthy Food Priority Areas (New)•Culture and Lifelong Learning•Cultural Districts•Entertainment Districts INITIATIVE LAYERS12•Safety•Watershed Protection Master Plan (Refined)•Deficient Bridges (TxDOT) (New, Not Yet Shown)•Vision Zero (Refined)•Wildfire Protection Plan (New)•Government that Works For All•Population Growth By 2040 (Refined)•City Owned Parcels (Refined) STRATEGIC AREAS MAP13•General Observations:•More emphasis on Imagine Austin Corridors•Downtown heat is focused within CBD•Less emphasis on the “core”•More emphasis on the Eastern Crescent•More heat in suburban areasStrategic Areas …

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