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Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham

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Sydney Cromwell

The committee plans to present a full master plan draft in June. more

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Sydney Cromwell

The council will continue discussing alternatives and funding at the Feb. 5 planning and development committee meeting. more

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Planners presented two alternatives for improved access on Arrington Blvd. at a Vulcan Park meeting Jan. 18. more

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Sydney Cromwell

The meeting included a chance to review maps of downtown and make recommendations for placement of sidewalks, bike lanes and green space. more

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The downtown master plan is being performed by the city of Homewood and the Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham. more

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City Council

Sydney Cromwell

The study will be the first step toward the city's goal of discouraging neighborhood cut-through traffic and rerouting cars to main roads. more

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Central Avenue Parking

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The council committees also considered options for a city parking study. more

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BikeShare Presentation

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The first bike-share public involvement meeting is set for Thursday, Feb. 25 from 5-7 p.m. more

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BikeShare Presentation

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The city of Birmingham announced on Monday that it would begin a BikeShare program with REV Birmingham. The first step in a similar proposal is now on the Homewood City Council’s agenda. more

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18th Street Downtown Shops

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The city council is in the early stages of updating the master plan for Homewood’s downtown business districts. more

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The code would ensure consistent character of buildings in the area, much like those seen in Edgewood or downtown Homewood. more

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0213 West Homewood Development Meeting

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A new form-based development code for West Homewood could ensure consistent character of buildings in the area, much like those in Edgewood or downtown Homewood. more

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May 2018