Green Streets: Progress and Challenges in San Diego
Wednesday, October 4, 2017, 11:30 a.m.
Monday, September 4, 2017, 1:30 p.m. PDT
San Diego, CA, United States
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The goal of the Green Streets Luncheon is to introduce the concept of green streets and examine how to achieve its numerous beneficial components in the San Diego region regardless of design and policy barriers. The luncheon will first address the current green streets landscape in San Diego and will examine potential policy solutions such as alternative compliance. Two case studies will be examined to reveal potential challenges and lessons learned of implementing green streets. The goal of the luncheon will be achieved through a series of four speakers and a Q&A segment.
Green Streets Framework: Mike Singleton AICP, CTP, LEED, AP, PLA ‐ KTUA
Set the stage for discussing Green Streets, as it relates to Complete Streets and Stormwater Management.
Green Streets Policy Update: Bob Leiter FAICP– Former Planning Director
Speak about the state of policy around green infrastructure in San Diego and how it relates to green streets.
Address the utilization of credits to fulfill stormwater retention alternative compliance.
Discuss how green streets could be utilized to achieve alternative compliance.
Reveal what is standing in the way of getting alternative compliance.
Green Streets Policy Update: Kathy Garcia FASLA, LEED, AP – City of Del Mar
Address how the City of Del Mar is developing a Green Streets/Complete Streets
Relate policy to their Climate Action plan
Case Study: Rick Barrett LEED, AP –MIG
Provide case studies for green field and built environments.
Address how the many components of green streets can contribute to place making.
Case Study: Phil Armstrong PLA, ASLA –Lightfoot Planning Group - City of Oceanside
Describe the Oceanside Mission Ave. project and how challenges were overcome throughout the planning, design, and construction phases.
Explain how the added value of a green street contributed to the ability to complete the project.
Michael Singleton, AICP CTP
Robert Leiter, FAICP
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