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Closing the gap and providing something for everyone

The last blog took a closer look at the Dayton Riverfront Plan’s six goals, and at ways to achieve the Plan’s economic goals. We’ll continue by focusing on the Plan’s goal to ensure that there is something for everyone. Before we dive into a specific goal, here is an overview of the Dayton Riverfront Plan’s six goals: Economic engine: Leverage …

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Bringing the city together and driving the local economy: Six goals addressed in the Dayton Riverfront Plan

Many thanks to all those who attended the last round of public meetings. Your feedback was insightful and your comments on both the Dayton Riverfront Plan and the proposed park site plans are integral to the development of final plans. Currently, partners are evolving the Dayton Riverfront Plan to to address six goals they wish to achieve: Economic engine: Leverage …

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Don’t miss tomorrow’s public meeting

As project partners prepare for the upcoming public meetings when they will unveil the synthesized framework plan, they have also been working on finalizing the alternative site plans for each of the 10 parks in the planning area. To learn more about these parks and their potential, read the last Dayton Riverfront Plan blog post. The details of the individual …

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Consolidated framework plan

A new year means new progress in the development of the Dayton Riverfront Plan. Sasaki and the Dayton Riverfront Plan partners have developed a refined framework proposal based on the strongest ideas from the two framework alternatives that were presented to the public in October. The blended framework proposal is based on feedback that was collected both during public meetings …

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Creating a synthesized framework plan

Did you provide your feedback regarding the Dayton Riverfront Plan during the public meetings last October? Whether you attended a public meeting or provided your input through an online survey, your input is being incorporated into a synthesized framework plan that will become the future of Dayton’s riverfronts. The process Feedback was collected both during the public meetings and from …

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Tell us what you think of the framework plans

More than 150 people attended the public meetings last week and provided their feedback during the unveiling of the initial proposals of the Dayton Riverfront Plan. Project consultants, Sasaki, presented two options for the master plan frame work, both of which were met with great enthusiasm from the public. Comments from the public, stakeholders and the project partners provided important …

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See you this week during October’s public meetings

 We’re just a few days away from the reveal of the initial proposals for the future of Dayton’s riverfronts. Project consultant, Sasaki, has developed these initial proposals based on feedback collected via surveys and public meetings held last August. The public can view these proposals and provide their feedback during the following meetings: WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25: DAYTON RIVERFRONT PLAN PUBLIC …

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Community feedback on framework plans during October meetings

With just a few weeks until the next Dayton Riverfront Plan public meetings, project consultants, Sasaki, are preparing to present two alternate framework plans to the community. The framework plans propose an approach to reimagine the entire study area, including the four river corridors that reach into all quadrants of the city. From the final framework concept, a clear course …

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Stakeholders matter: Dayton’s organizations have a say

In addition to asking for the public’s opinion, planners of the Dayton Riverfront Plan have engaged diverse groups of community stakeholders who have close ties to the riverfront. These groups include local universities, businesses, nonprofit organizations, cultural institutions, clubs and more. Three key segments stand out and each offers a unique perspective on what they hope for the future of …