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North Fort Worth

North Fort Worth. Presented at the By Councilmember Sal Espino February 16, 2012. COUNCIL DISTRICT 2. Far North. Northside/ Far Greater Northside/ Diamond Hill. Riverside. DISTRICT 2 SCHOOL DISTRICTS. Northwest ISD. Keller ISD. Eagle Mt./Saginaw ISD. Lake Worth ISD. Castleberry ISD.

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North Fort Worth

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  1. North Fort Worth Presented at the By Councilmember Sal Espino February 16, 2012

  2. COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 Far North Northside/ Far Greater Northside/ Diamond Hill Riverside

  3. DISTRICT 2 SCHOOL DISTRICTS Northwest ISD Keller ISD Eagle Mt./Saginaw ISD Lake Worth ISD Castleberry ISD Fort Worth ISD

  4. DISTRICT 2 COUNTIES Denton Wise Tarrant

  5. 917 Single-family permits • 21 Duplex or multifamily permits (430 units) DISTRICT 2 Issued Residential Building Permits, 2011

  6. 909 Single-family permits • 18 Duplex or multifamily permits (394 units) DISTRICT 2 FAR NORTH Issued Residential Building Permits, 2011


  8. DISTRICT 2 POPULATION, 2000 AND 2010 150,898 68,233 2000 2010 Source: US Census, 2000 and 2010

  9. DISTRICT 2, RACE/ETHNICITY 2000 AND 2010 2010 2000 Source: US Census, 2000 and 2010


  11. DISTRICT 2 REGISTERED NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS • 41 Registered Neighborhood Associations

  12. COMMUNITY CENTERS AND LIBRARIES • North Side Library • Diamond Hill Jarvis Library • Riverside Library • North Side Community Center • Diamond Hill Community Center • North Tri Ethnic Community Center • North Park Community Center






  18. Historic Marine Urban Village • Catalyst Projects • Trails, parks and open space • Public plaza and roundabout • Implementation Strategies • MU-1 and urban residential • zoning, nonprofit advocate • Future Programs • Facelift, Land Partnership, • No Vacancy, Mobility, • Safe Zone Infill housing Public Plaza Urban Residential

  19. Six Points Urban Village Master Plan General Recommendations • Catalyst Projects • Implementation Strategies • Future Programs - Anchor site - Public plaza MU-1 and urban residential zoning, nonprofit advocacy group Facelift, Land Partnership, No Vacancy, Mobility, Safe Zone Six Points Site Plan emphasizes infill development and connectivity. Six Points Improvements along Race Street should be implemented in the future.

  20. DISTRICT 2 NEIGHBORHOOD EMPOWERMENT ZONES (NEZ)s • Northside and 28th St./Meacham Designated December 2010 • Six Points Designated April 2011


  22. The Challenge: Recycling Businesses

  23. Northside Economic Development Strategy Final Report

  24. Lebow Channel Charrette • November 17, 2011

  25. Alliance Corridor • Alliance Airport • Alliance Town Center: Retail - JC Penney, Kroger Marketplace, Sam Moon, Rooms to Go, Hobby Lobby, PetSmart, Belk, etc …Restaurants – Cheddars, McDonald’s, Kincaid’s, Zoe’s Kitchen, Mi Cocina, Olive Garden, Chick-fil-A….New 14 screen Cinemark Theater coming • New Texas Health Resources Harris Hospital Alliance & New HCA Emergency Services facility • Cabela’s • Texas Motor Speedway • The Alliance Corridor has created a $40B economic impact and generated over 30,000 jobs

  26. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS New Walmart onJacksboro Hwy Plaza Norte on NE 28th & I-35W Lee Townhomes Project Hardy Street Project Marine Park Park Pool & Rockwood Park Marine Creek Park Corridor- $1M Urban Outdoor Grant for Buck Sansom Park, Marine Creek Linear Park, Lincoln Park, and Rodeo Park Quarry Site and Recycling Yards Northside Economic Development Workshop

  27. Northside Economic Development Strategy Workshop Consultant Team Recommendations 28

  28. Workshop Purpose • Determine a unified economic development strategy for the Northside area, and • Delineate feasible activities intended to implement the strategy.

  29. Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce City of Fort Worth Workshop Sponsors and Supporters Sponsors Supporters

  30. Consultant Team A six-member team comprised of national and local experts in the field of economic and community development. Anne Ricker Principal Ricker Cunningham Denver, CO. (Consultant Team Chair) Ed Garza Managing Partner Zane Garway, Inc. San Antonio, TX. Jane Jenkins President & CEO Downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City, OK. Paul Paine President Fort Worth South, Inc. Todd Hozaepfel, Ph.D. Vice-President Downtown Fort Worth, Inc. Andre McEwing Executive Director Southeast Fort Worth, Inc.

  31. Advisory Committee

  32. Recommendations University Campus / Regional Sports & Recreational Complex Northside Industrial Zone Charro Trail Tex-Mex Cultural Arts District Vaquero Gateway

  33. Northside Cultural / Entertainment District • State (TCA) Cultural District Designation • Stockyards as anchor • Equestrian Center • Culinary Arts • Vaquero/Charro Trail • Museums • Charro Shows / Mini-Rodeo • Main Street Tex-Mex Culinary Arts Incubator • Main Street Live-Work Art Spaces

  34. University Campus / Regional Sports & Recreation Complex • University Campus (long-term) • Regional Sports & Recreation Complex (short-term)

  35. Northside Industrial Zone • Northside residency employment incentive program • Green building and green technology incentives • Incubator and research development in partnership with new university campus

  36. Neighborhood/Residential Stabilization • Tax break for target job centers (neighborhood schools, university, police, fire fighters, Northside Industrial Zone and Cultural Arts District) • Multifamily replacement program for single-family dilapidated rentals

  37. Implementation • Organizational entity (non-profit/CDC) • Legislative package (campus designation, cultural arts district, economic development) • Two TIF Districts (North Main / University Campus and TOD) • Neighborhood Empowerment Zone (NEZ) designations in residential areas • Rezone along North Main Street (recycling facilities/ Historic Marine Urban Village to mixed-use) • Brownfield grants and loans • Incentive agreements • Public Improvement District (PID) in non-residential area • PID program in neighborhoods (after proven successes in non-residential areas) • Prepare supported multifamily housing plans • Bus routes – cross-town connections, neighborhood shuttles

  38. Current Issues • I35W • Commuter Rail – Tex Line and a future line to Alliance area • Roads • Redistricting of city council district boundaries – new boundaries in place for May 2013 city council elections • Urban Gas Drilling • Economic development • Budget, pensions, & agreements with police and fire unions • QUESTIONS/COMMENTS

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