COMMUNITY INDICATORS

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Establishing a common set of data points and community indicators helps us track progress related to each of Imagine Dubuque's 7 plan categories, 32 subcategories, and 110 recommendations. Extensive data beyond these indicators is being collected internally, and over time indicators by category may change and/ or be expanded upon.

PROGRESS TRACKER

SINGLE FAMILY RECOMMENDATIONS

Promote access to education, recreation, and services in all neighborhoods
Link neighborhoods via trails and open space
Integrate development into the environment

MULTI-FAMILY RECOMMENDATIONS

Encourage a mix of housing options for all
Encourage multi-family development near jobs
Encourage multi-family development in mixed-use areas

MIXED USE RECOMMENDATIONS

Create places to live, work, and play within close proximity of neighborhoods
Adjust zoning regulations to promote mixed-use development
Work with property owners/developers to encourage walkable mixed use
Integrate mix of housing types in mixed use neighborhoods

INSTITUTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS

Ensure equitable access to services / essential facilities 
Explore a new school site to serve future development along Southwest Arterial
Integrate new institutional / non-profit uses near the residents they serve

 

COMMERCIAL RECOMMENDATIONS

Provide retail and employment that is responsive to market demands
Explore opportunities for limited commercial in neighborhoods
Concentrate commercial uses downtown and along major corridors

INDUSTRIAL RECOMMENDATIONS

Attract large employment centers with access to infrastructure
Allow for new or expanded industrial parks
Explore industrial development near airport 

 

PARKS + OPEN SPACE RECOMMENDATIONS

Preserve environment / provide recreational opportunities for all
Coordinate with school districts to share facilities with neighborhoods
Link all development with open space and trails
Explore additional riverfront recreational opportunities
Explore potential for a mountain biking facility

Land Use includes seven (7) sub-categories: Single Family, Multi-Family, Mixed Use, Institutional, Commercial, Industrial, and Parks and Open Space. Status information will be updated periodically to reflect the work of our community partners, coordinators and champions who are tracking updates. Click on the tabs below to view information on each.


QUESTIONS + INFORMATION

Please contact Jason Duba with the City of Dubuque
jduba@cityofdubuque.org
(563) 589-4223