Workshop 3: Mixing it Up - Apr. 11, 2019

Learn more about our third public workshop. Click HERE for a summary of the feedback we received at the workshop. For more detailed information, click HERE for exact numbers and photos* of the activity sheets from the event as well as feedback provided on the comment cards.

*Please note we are still documenting photos of all of the activity sheets so if your table sheets are missing, check back later as we will update the document.



Click on the image below to view/download the Themes & Priorities worksheet featured at the workshop. The three overarching themes discussed at the meeting were:

  1. Protect existing artists and other residents and expand live-work and housing opportunities
  2. Preserve neighborhood context and historic and cultural identity
  3. Support economic vitality and strengthen mixed-use


If you weren't able to attend the workshop, please use the online survey below to let us know your priorities and preferences virtually. Additionally, you can also provide comments on our interactive mapping tool.


Learn more about our third public workshop. Click HERE for a summary of the feedback we received at the workshop. For more detailed information, click HERE for exact numbers and photos* of the activity sheets from the event as well as feedback provided on the comment cards.

*Please note we are still documenting photos of all of the activity sheets so if your table sheets are missing, check back later as we will update the document.



Click on the image below to view/download the Themes & Priorities worksheet featured at the workshop. The three overarching themes discussed at the meeting were:

  1. Protect existing artists and other residents and expand live-work and housing opportunities
  2. Preserve neighborhood context and historic and cultural identity
  3. Support economic vitality and strengthen mixed-use


If you weren't able to attend the workshop, please use the online survey below to let us know your priorities and preferences virtually. Additionally, you can also provide comments on our interactive mapping tool.