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Title: DOWNTOWN FAIRBORN STREETSCAPE DESIGN


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DOWNTOWN FAIRBORNSTREETSCAPE DESIGN
  • FINAL STAKEHOLDER
  • MEETING
  • September 15, 2009

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BACKGROUND
  • Request for Proposals Issued in July, 2008 for
    Design and Engineering of Downtown Streetscape
    Plan to include the development of
    Construction-Ready Plans.
  • Contract for Engineering and Design Services
    awarded in August, 2008
  • Northwest Consultants, Inc. Engineering
    Services
  • Joe D. Roller Landscape Architect

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BACKGROUND
  • Stakeholder meetings held on December 18, 2008,
    June 16, 2009 and September 15, 2009
  • 7 meetings held with DFBA Design Committee over
    the past year
  • 6 meetings held with Internal Committee which
    included representation from DFBA
  • Numerous internal progress and update meetings
    held to ensure full input and access

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BACKGROUND
  • Intention to follow up and complete the 1996
    Sheer and Sheer Plan
  • Original Sheer and Sheer Plan implemented on a
    limited scale in 1997
  • Main and Central Pavers
  • Street Lighting

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THE JOURNEYMain and Broad
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THE JOURNEYMain and Broad
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THE JOURNEYMain and Broad
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THE JOURNEYMain and BroadCurrent Plan
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Main , Broad St to 2nd Street
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EXHIBIT C 1 OF 4
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THE JOURNEYWEST MAIN STREET
  • Bump Outs will increase sidewalk sizes at
    intersections and will delineate parking areas.
  • In some cases, parking will be expanded due to
    design.
  • Narrowing of Main Street will slow traffic and
    provide greater pedestrian safety
  • No side streets will be narrowed, allowing for
    adequate truck and bus access.

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THE JOURNEYWEST MAIN STREET
  • Bump-Outs will be built using brick pavers
    which will assist with drainage.
  • Curbs and sidewalks will be repaired and lined
    up where necessary.
  • Plan will show the installation of increased
    lighting on the West End of Main Street and will
    include trees.
  • Wrought Iron fencing will be utilized at open
    areas (along parking lots) on the interior of
    sidewalks along all of Main Street.

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Original Bump-Out Design

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Final Bump-Out Design
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EXHIBIT C - 2 OF 4
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EXHIBIT C 3 OF 4
Main , 2nd Street to 3rd Street
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Main 2nd Street
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Main , 3nd Street to Miller Lane
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Main 3nd Intersection
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EXHIBIT C 3 OF 4
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Main Street and Central Avenue
  • Addition of Street Trees to the entire block
    between each light post planted in 4x8 grates
  • Street Trees to be added to center of parking
    area to soften appearance
  • No loss of parking
  • Large Mast-Head banner posts to be placed on
    each end of Main Street Boulevard
  • Planters to be dominant feature on each point
  • Curbs and sidewalks to be replaced and matched
    as necessary

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East and West Main at Central
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Central Avenue Boulevard
  • Creation of a stage for future design that
    could include updates to flag island
  • All landscaping and plantings (including grass
    areas) will be irrigated
  • Includes a decorative border for mowing and
    aesthetic purposes

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Central Avenue (North and South)
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Main Street at Dayton Drive
  • Several iterations prior to development of
    current design
  • Current design includes numerous concepts
    previously discussed
  • Ribbon of Continuity is present through the
    inclusion of Wrought Iron in the design
  • Includes placement location for future lighting

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Main Street at Dayton Drive
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Main Street at Dayton Drive
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OVERALL PLAN FEATURES
  • Upgrades in Electrical Service to provide enough
    power for future needs including Christmas Trees
    and Festivals
  • Irrigation to be provided for all plantings and
    public grassy areas
  • Design will address drainage and other
    infrastructure issues
  • No parking spots are to be lost through the plan

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FUNDING
  • Currently, 376,000 has been awarded through the
    Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission through
    a Transportation Enhancement (TE) Grant (will
    address Main and Central upgrades)
  • 35,000 grant has been awarded for the Main and
    Broad Gateway from the Miami Valley Conservancy
    District
  • Will apply for another TE Grant in October, 2009
    through MVRPC
  • Will continue to search out any funds available
    for implementation of Plan

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NEXT STEPS
  • Plan Board will review the Downtown Streetscape
    Plan in October, 2009
  • City Commission will review Plan in November,
    2009
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