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A powerful opportunity for the City of Santa Fe to transform its urban center

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An urban prototyping festival and more than 2500 Santa Feans surveyed to date

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A set of priority action items based on a principle of low cost and high impact

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Currently St. Michael’s Drive is owned by the federal government and largely maintained by the New Mexico Department of Transportation.

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Considering a zoning overlay or zoning changes to incentivize different uses for business, residential, parking and other applications can have a big impact.

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Businesses on St. Michael’s need more cohesion and a bigger voice in how the street develops and attracts residents and visitors.

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Small and mobile green space is a fast response with high quality-of-life impact

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Mobile storefront units can give start-up retail and services businesses and economic boost and bring programmatic energy to St. Michael’s and other city spaces.

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Investing in identity for the St. Michael’s Drive corridor will drive business, usage and perception

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Current residents, businesses and middle school students overwhelmingly desire significant safety improvements.

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Creating an ordinance that manages food trucks, retail pop-up and temporary use of vacant space can be a leverage point for economic development and vitality

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Creative transportation solutions can have a small impact on City budget and be a boon to private business and tourism.

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2500 people have been surveyed about the future of St. Michael’s Drive and the surrounding corridor

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What is the most significant change you’d like to see on St. Michael’s Drive in the next ten years?

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What would make St. Michael’s a street you would want to live on or near?