Development without Displacement means ensuring that any future growth the South Division Corridor experiences will not lead to current residents being “priced out” or otherwise displaced from the community.
The Corridor Plan seeks to promote development without displacement by taking into account past history and current conditions to meet the needs of marginalized populations and to reduce disparities so that quality of life outcomes such as access to quality education, employment, a healthy environment, affordable housing and transportation, are equitably distributed for the people currently living and working in the neighborhood, as well as for potential new residents.
The following Priority Projects that are intended to be led by the City and other community partners to help promote progress. These projects vary widely in size and scope but all of them are strategic in their purpose to effect positive change. The Plan recommends that the community consider three projects as the highest priorities for the Development Without Displacement implementation agenda. The Priority Projects were designed and specifically selected as catalysts for creating positive activity through interconnection of new services and uses for the South Division Corridor and surrounding community. These are projects that have the potential to stimulate the revitalization of the area and trigger positive momentum for quality improvements and renewal. The Projects were developed through Meaningful Engagement and were prioritized through the voting of community members, the Steering Committee and the individual Working Group. To download all the projects click the link below.