Plan Progress Update
Over 150 people attended the June 23rd Area 3 Plan kick-off meeting at the Carver Center. The large crowd gave input on what they felt were the area’s top issues and concerns. Results from that first public meeting are attached HERE.
During the fall, the staff toured numerous neighborhoods in Area 3 with the Neighborhood Association leaders, met with major employers, service providers, and other stakeholders in the community, and are continuing to compile and analyze data for the area. Notes from the Stakeholder meetings are attached HERE.
The second Area 3 public meeting is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, December 8. The time and location will be announced as soon as confirmed. During this meeting, participants will be asked to consider the following:
- Where should growth occur and at what intensity? What locations can best accommodate growth?
- What physical qualities about this community should be preserved or enhanced as it grows?
- Which areas are ready for a transformation?
- What are the future transportation and infrastructure needs of the community?
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Area 3 Background Information
Area 3 generally falls within the following boundaries:
- North: South Chickamauga Creek
- East: Missionary Ridge
- South: Interstate-24; and
- West: Central Avenue, the railroad, and the Tennessee River
Area 3 includes the following Neighborhood Associations:
- Battery Heights
- Boyce Station
- Ferger Place
- Gaylan Heights
- Glass Farms
- Highland Park
- Oak Grove
- Orchard Knob
See the Schedule and Phases for the Area 3 Plan HERE.
Advisory Committee: Serving as a representative sampling of the various interests throughout the community, the Area 3 Advisory Committee is comprised of neighborhood association presidents and a handful of other business and community leaders. Their main objective is to generate ideas, disseminate information to the Area 3 community, and provide feedback to the staff.
What is an Area Plan? For more information click HERE.