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(April 11, 2019)

A series of meetings on the City of Omaha's Transit Oriented Development Initiative begins next week

The purpose of the Transit Oriented Development initiative is to review and develop new land use policies to ensure the most is made out of the ORBT (Omaha Rapid Bus Transit) investment. This initiative includes two major steps: propose potential amendments to the City's Master Plan to support and encourage Transit Oriented Development and develop and propose Transit Oriented Development regulations for the Zoning Ordinance.

These are the second in a series of two public meetings that focus on potential Transit Oriented Development regulations or guidelines for new development up to 1/2 mile from the new ORBT station locations. The meetings are geographically focused to discuss specific areas.

Westroads, 90th Street & 84th Street Station Locations:

May 13, 2019; 6:00-8:00PM Children's Hospital-Glow Auditorium 8200 Dodge Street

 

72nd Street & 62nd Street Station Locations:

April 15, 2019: 6:00-8:00PM First Christian Church 6630 Dodge Street

 

49th Street & 42nd Street Station Locations:

May 7, 2019: 6:00-8:00PM Buffet Cancer Center 505 S. 45th Street

 

35th / 33rd Street & Park Avenue Station Locations:

April 11, 2019: 6:30-8:15PM Yates ECP 3260 Davenport Street

 

24th Street, 20th/19th Street, 16th/15th Street, & 11th/10th Street Locations:

April 29, 2019; 5:30-7:30PM W. Dale Clark Main Library, 215 S.15th Street

Where possible, an accessible meeting facility for disabled persons will be provided. Appropriate provisions for hearing and visually impaired persons will be made if the City of Omaha is notified one week prior to the meeting date. Notification should be submitted to: Planning Department, Omaha/Douglas Civic Center, 1819 Farnam Street, Suite 1100, Omaha, NE 68183, telephone (402) 444-5150. 

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