Participants will explore the Nob Hill Highland Sector Plan of 2007; what it is intended to do and how it is being implemented. Discussion will be led by Phyllis Taylor of Sites SW who led the development of the plan and Juanita Garcia, Assistant Head of Zoning Enforcement, who managed development of the plan for the City and manages its implementation.
Main Street is an initiative of the National Trust for Historic Preservation that provides a community-driven methodology to revitalize older business districts.
Nob Hill Main Street is a locally created and controlled effort to use the tools that Main Street provides to foster actions that result in a future that benefits residents, merchants, property owners, and our entire community. Some of its long term goals are:
-Brand and promote Nob Hill on local and regional levels to make it a destination for residents and visitors. Create recurring events and special events that make Nob Hill a great place to live, work, and visit.
-Enhance the quality and function of the business district by developing long term solutions to infrastructure needs like parking and transportation, pedestrian safety, and walkability.
-Help merchants and property owners enhance the business district by preserving its unique architectural character and repurposing vacant or underutilized space.
-Make Nob Hill a sustainable community of significant economic, historic, and social value to the city and state.
The forum is open to all and should last slightly over an hour. You may direct questions to Gary Eyster at firstname.lastname@example.org