Executive Summary (Word Doc) | Letter To Stewards (Word Doc)
Neighborhood Priority Report (table)
The most current status of individual projects included in the 2004 Priority Report
as of February 2006 are included below. Refer to the furthest column on the right
in the Neighborhood Priority Report Table
In late August of 2003, the Department of Neighborhoods asked the Chairs of Neighborhood
Plan Stewardship Groups and District Councils to provide input on prioritizing neighborhood
plan recommendations. The goal was to have the prioritized recommendations focus
implementation efforts by both City departments and community groups.
In October 2003, detailed information was sent out to participants to assist in
the ranking of the top five projects in each of the 38 Neighborhood Planning areas.
In November and December, the Department worked together to help individual communities
identify their recommended top four to five prioritized projects.
With this information, the Department of Neighborhoods entered all the submitted
priorities into a database that tracks Neighborhood Plan Implementation (NPI), and
created a preliminary report that was shared with other City departments. Over a
dozen City departments helped evaluate each of the priorities, assigned project
managers where appropriate, and shared explanatory comments to promote information
sharing, foster better coordination, and ensure the proper department had been assigned
the correct project. In addition, the Departments used many of the prioritized projects
for their own planning purposes and dozens of projects were added to departmental
2005-2006 Capital Improvement Plans.
2004 Priority Report
The Neighborhood Planning 2004 Priority Reports are available in Adobe PDF format.
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