UP 378 Community Development Workshop in Alta Sita


UP 378


Scope of Sevices

Work Plan

Tool Kit

Neighborhood Information

ASNI Communication

LA 338

ARCH 374

Scope of Services

Preliminary Draft of Revised Scope of Neighborhood Planning Services (January 20, 1999)

1. Establish a relationship with your community partner.
  • Identify a leader who can arrange a meeting with the officers of the local CBO
  • Confirm the goals, objectives and deliverables of the planning process
  • Clarify the roles of local residents, neighborhood leaders, student planners, NTAC staff and University faculty throughout the process
  • Establish a basic calendar for the project
  • Establish a regular means of weekly communication
  • Establish these understandings in a written memorandum
  • 2. Inform local residents, business persons, institutional leaders and  elected officials about the neighborhood planning process.
    3. Invite local residents, business persons and institutional leaders to become involved in the local planning process.
    4. Gather relevant Alta Sita information from the ESLARP web site and from other public sources.
    5. Involve Local Residents in a Preliminary Assessment of Neighborhood  Conditions.
    6. Collect and Analyze Available Census Information for 1970-1990.
    7. Collect, Enter and Analyze Local Physical Conditions Survey.
    Train students and residents to complete the following two physical conditions surveys Preparing Thematic Maps summarizing this Information
    8. Soliciting Local Residents' Views Regarding Future Community  Development Goals, Objectives and Programs.
    9. Soliciting local institutional leaders views regarding future  community development goals, objectives and programs.
    10. Invite local stake-holders to a Neighborhood Summit to confirm our  analysis of existing conditions,  confirm overall development goal,  objectives and major programs and organize relevant program development issue committees.
    11. Organize Issue Task force Meetings to Elaborate the Action Plan in Each Substantive Area of the Document.
    12. Research "model programs/best practices" for each issue element of the  proposed plan.
    13. Prepare a preliminary draft of the plan for community review.
    14. Prepare for a preliminary presentation of the community plan.
    15. Organize resident participation in this community hearing.
    16. Revise the plan based on resident feedback.
    17. Work with local residents to prepare for a presentation of the plan  before the City Planning Commission.
    18. Evaluate the neighborhood planning process.


    Document author(s) : Cathy Klump
    Last modified: 4-Feb-99, C. Klump