2020 Council Priority Dashboard
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graphicDevelop a Mental Health Strategic PlanStructure A Sustainable Housing FundBreak Ground on Civic CenterArts & Culture - Develop A Creative EconomyAdditional Transportation Funding
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Team LeadJason Vahling/Dan CaseyCheryl St. ClairKevin StandbridgeKathryn Lynip/Jeff RomineSarah Grant
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Team Deb Federspiel, Gary CreagerBrenda Richey, Kevin Standbridge, Jeff RomineAnna Bertanzetti, Dave ShinnemanClay Shuck, Kristan Pritz, Jill Mendoza, Rusty CollinsAnne Lane, Jeff Romine, David Allen, Katie Allen, Kevin Standbridge
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Website for more info/engagement https://www.broomfield.org/2627/Community-Health-Improvement-Plan
https://www.broomfieldvoice.com/attainable-housinghttps://www.broomfieldvoice.com/civic-center-developmenthttps://www.broomfieldvoice.com/elevating-the-artshttps://www.broomfieldvoice.com/transportation (not live yet)
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1 - Success Measurement Collaborate with Adams12 to hold a community meeting on March 11th to address youth suicide prevention.By Q2, hire a housing position to bring additional support to the Housing teamOn February 25, staff meet with Civitas to review new site plans and development fly throughOn March 5, discuss with Council the Economic Vitality Framework which includes creative industriesOn March 10th, bring to Council an IGA for State Highway 7 Preliminary & Environmental Engineering for a $10 million investment to initiate preliminary corridor work.
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2- Success Measurement By the end of Q1, form a city-wide team to inform and implement the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)By the end of Q2, identify and bring to Council for discussion recurring revenue source to support efforts to increase housing affordability; On February 27, meet with PRAC, OSTAC, Library Board to hear a presentation on the Civic Center and discuss the draft plansBy the end of April, meet with stakeholders in the art community to discuss their needs within the facilities master planOn March 11, 12, 13th, meet with our US-36 Mayors & Commissioners Federal Delegation in Washington D.C. to request sources of revenue for transportation funding to implement Northwest Area Mobility Study project priorities.
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3 - Success MeasurementAt the April 21st Study Session, present to Council the action steps taken to implement the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) specific to Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder. Provide Council with quarterly CHIP updates.By Q2, bring to council a timeline for project's completionOn June 16, discuss with Council Developing a Creative EconomyAt the May 5 study session, discuss with Council our ongoing efforts on transportation including RTD FasTracks
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4 - Success MeasurementBy the end of Q3, develop and implement a series of community events around youth suicide, in partnership with Adams12 school District and surrounding municipalities. By Q3, Complete Urban Renewal Plan - City Council & BVSDBy Q4, Convene and set action steps for the continued nurturing of existing and potential arts, culture and creative groups and businesses to cultivate a creative economy in our community By Q3, bring to Council a discussion on Regional Transportation Authorities (dependant on HB20-1151 approval by the State Legislature)
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5- Success MeasurementBy Q3, Complete the financing plan and bring to Council for discussion and considerationBy Q4, pursue Art Foundation Funding Through Broomfield Community Foundation2020-2023 Regional TIP Project - Initiate the SH-7 IGA with CDOT which will develop a preliminary plan package to allow for investment of the SH-7 Corridor
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6 - Success MeasurementBy Q3, prepare and submit zoning/PUD/Site Development Plans. Bring plans forward to P&Z and City Council for consideration.March 17, host an Arts Business Series with the Chamber on how to grow Creative Industries2020-2023 Subregional TIP - Execute IGAs with CDOT and RTD to begin appropriate stages of implementation for eight projects awarded $4.7 million in federal funds, leveraging $1.1 million in local funds to complete $5.8 million in plans, studies, projects and increased transit operations as approved by the Broomfield Transportation Forum.
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By Q4, finalize Engineering Plans for site improvementsBy Q4, bring to council a discussion on modifying the Enhance Broomfield matching grant program to include public art on private propertyBy Q4, Complete 144th improvements
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By Q4, working with the Civic Center development team to identify opportunities for art and creative businessesComplete federally funded projects: Quiet Zone Safety Improvements at 112th Ave. and Brainard Dr., 136th Ave. at Legacy High School Safety Improvements, and Sheridan Traffic Signal Fiber Connection, leveraging $970,000 of local funds to complete $3.5 million in total projects.
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