The Fehr School (above),
reatment Plant (below).
4th Avenue North (above), Parking on 6th Avenue North (below).
Reintroducing neighborhood schools, possibly in school buildings that are currently used for other purposes.
an interior, neighborhood greenway with links to the countywide system.
Improving river access throughout the area with an emphasis on opportunities at Neuhoff.
Building small parks and gardens at the ends of streets that are terminated by the interstate.
Developing housing in conjunction with existing uses, including retail, commercial, and industrial. Second and third floor residential units as well as residential out-buildings support residential diversity. East Germantown, in particular, should be a focus of new residential development.
Redesigning the Waste Water Treatment Plant as a citywide environmental learning center.
Promoting neighborhood identity, with signage and defined thresholds.
Implementing on-street parallel parking and flexible parking lots that accommodate different parking demands.
Planting along the neighborhood edges of the
interstate to minimize noise and to establish
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View to Capitol Hill.
Maintaining and strengthening views to and
from Capitol Hill.