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    R I O R E I M A G I N E D The Rio Salado Project

    Cheryl Lombard, President + CEO – Valley Partnership

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    R I O S A L A D O P R O J E C T R I O R E I M A G I N E D

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    P R O J E C T A R E A R I O R E I M A G I N E D

    4 5 + m i . r e v i t a l i z a t i o n

    The Rio Salado project has the potential to

    transform the Salt River bottom and realize an

    untapped Valley treasure.

    - U.S. Senator John McCain

  • 45+ Rio Salado Project

    20 Trinity River Corridor, Dallas

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    The BeltLine, Atlanta

    1.5 Highline, NY

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    San Antonio River Improvements

    Trinity River Vision, Ft. Worth

    Buffalo Bayou, Houston

    Three Rivers Park, Pittsburgh

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    Los Angeles River, Los Angeles

    30 Chicago River Corridor Plan, Chicago

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    P R E C E D E N T S C A L E R I O R E I M A G I N E D

    p r o j e c t l e n g t h i n m i l e s

  • Rio Salado Development

    District Established

    Rio Salado Symposium

    Project Retrospective

    US Senator John McCain renews the vision for the Rio Salado Project with

    ASU

    Office of US Senator McCain meets with

    Valley Leaders

    Valley Leaders event to collectively garner

    commitment

    Rio Salado Project Working Group

    established

    Phoenix Magazine

    features Rio Salado

    Story to prepare for

    a County ballot

    1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

    Valley POPULATION:

    665,000

    Valley POPULATION:

    1,500,000

    Valley POPULATION:

    2,200,000

    ERA 1

    Scottsdale Conference – Rio Salado III Report

    Initial student presentation of the Rio Salado Project Concept

    ASU College of Architecture Dean James Elmore led academic pursuits for a Rio Salado Vision

    Initial news article In the Arizona Republic

    ERA 2

    Valley POPULATION:

    3,800,000

    Arizona Republic Editorial on Conference

    Valley Forward Funds Rio Salado Feasibility Study through MAG

    Phoenix Magazine features Rio Salado Project Update

    Tempe | ASU Demonstration Project on Recreation Development

    ERA 3 ERA 4

    Public Referendum to fund a County wide Rio Salado Project fails

    Tempe Town Lake Conceptual

    Development Plan

    Tempe Adopts Rio Salado Masterplan for Tempe Town Lake

    Tempe Town Lake Construction Begins

    ERA 5

    concept strategy referendum implementation rio reimagined

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    R I O S A L A D O T I M E L I N E R I O R E I M A G I N E D

  • ECON DEV COMMUNITY

    WATER FUNDING

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    M A J O R T O P I C S R I O R E I M A G I N E D

  • T res Rios Wetlands

    WATER • P R O J E C T MU S T B E W A T E R P O S I T I V E

    • A L AB O R A T O R Y F O R I N N O V A T I O N

    • T I G H T L Y C A L I B R A T E D U S E S & I MP A C T

    M A J O R T O P I C S R I O R E I M A G I N E D

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  • Tempe Town Lake

    FUNDING • R E S O U R C E S W I L L F OL L O W I D E A S

    • D E E P A N AL Y S I S OF AL L A P P L I C A B L E S O U R C E S

    • F E D E R AL U R B A N W A T E R S P R O G R A M E X A M P L E

    M A J O R T O P I C S R I O R E I M A G I N E D

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  • Rio Salado Audubon Center

    COMMUNITY • F O C U S O N S O C I A L E QU I T Y & I N T E G R A T I V E P L A N N I N G

    • A C C E S S T O E D U C A T I O N , T R A I N I N G & E MP L O Y ME N T

    • OF F E R C U L T U R AL L Y A W A R E P O I N T S OF E N G A G E ME N T

    M A J O R T O P I C S R I O R E I M A G I N E D

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  • Tempe Town Lake

    ECONOMY • A C K N O W L D E G E L E G A C Y OF R I V E R I N D U S T R Y

    • B R O W N F I E L D R E D E V E L O P ME N T O P P O R T U N I T I E S

    • B E T H E C A P I T O L OF T H E S U S T A I N AB I L I T Y B U S I N E S S

    M A J O R T O P I C S R I O R E I M A G I N E D

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  • Houston TXSan Antonio TX

    Atlanta GA Fort Worth TX

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    P R E C E D E N T A N A L Y S I S R I O R E I M A G I N E D

  • San Antonio River Improvements Project

    1 4 . 5 M i l e R e v i t a l i z a t i o n

    Four Reaches ▪ Museum Reach – 4 miles ▪ Downtown Reach – 1.25 miles ▪ Eagleland – 1 mile ▪ Miss ion Reach – 8 miles

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    ▪ Connects 2000 acres of public parkland ▪ Numerous historic sites and cultural assets

    ▪ 15 miles of continuous pedestrian paths ▪ River Walk Commercial District ▪ Water features ▪ Public art ▪ Flood management ▪ Ecosystem restoration and riparian woodlands ▪ Recreational improvements

    S A N A N T O N I O R I V E R R I O R E I M A G I N E D

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    SYCAMORE

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    CENT RAL CIT Y

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    WES T FORK -

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    Fort Worth Parks Department

    Trinity River, Tributaries + Greenbelts

    Eight Segments ▪ Clear Fork North – 5.5 miles ▪ Clear Fork South – 5.5 miles ▪ Marine Creek – 4 miles ▪ Sycamore Creek – 8.5 miles

    ▪ West Fork East – 12 miles ▪ West Fork West – 9.5 miles ▪ Central City | Uptown [Panther

    Is land] -10 miles

    ▪ 72 miles of trails ▪ 1000 acre park revitalization ▪ 800 acres of mixed use

    development with 12 miles of developable waterfront

    ▪ 33 acre lake

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    T R I N I T Y R I V E R F O R T W O R T H R I O R E I M A G I N E D

  • Trinity River Balanced Vision Plan

    ▪ 7.2 mile | 2000 acre Dallas Floodway protection

    ▪ 495 acres wetlands with 1 mile of nature boardwalks ▪ 205 acres of open water for wildlife habitat ▪ 2 lakes | 150 acres for active and pass ive recreation ▪ 160 acres of playing fields ▪ 12 acre amphitheater ▪ 9 miles of recreation trails ▪ 3 miles of equestrian trails

    ▪ 9.1 mile T rinity River toll parkway to major arterials ▪ 7 total bridges incl. 1 signature bridge connecting to downtown ▪ 2500 acres of mixed use development

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    Multi-year Phased Master Plan

    Estimated at $1.7 Billion 6000+ acres

    T R I N I T Y R I V E R D A L L A S R I O R E I M A G I N E D

  • A T L A N T A B E L T L I N E R I O R E I M A G I N E D

    Historic Railroad Corridor

    ▪ 33 miles of multi-use trails ▪ 22 miles of light rail transit ▪ 1,300 acres of new greenspace

    ▪ 1,100 acres of remediated brownfields ▪ 5,600 units of affordable housing

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  • 163 Acres $53 Million

    2 . 5 M i l e R e v i t a l i z a t i o n

    ▪ Stabilized riverbank naturalized with woodland and prairie plants ▪ Large grass gathering areas

    ▪ Hike-and-bike trails ▪ Skate park ▪ Dog park ▪ Four formal gardens ▪ Performance pavilions ▪ Boat launch ▪ Public art

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    B U F F A L O B A Y O U P A R K R I O R E I M A G I N E D

  • 5 1 M i l e To t a l R e v i t a l i z a t i o n

    ▪ 870 square miles of watershed ▪ Upper LA River is 21 miles ▪ City of Los Angeles is 11 miles ▪ Lower LA River from the City of Vernon to

    the LA River outlet in the City of Long Beach is 19 miles

    ▪ Restore ecosystem functions ▪ Balance revitalization with flood avoidance

    to ensure public safety ▪ Reduce reliance on imported water supply ▪ Foster sustainable stewardship

    LOWER

    LA RIVER

    CIT Y OF LOS

    ANGELES

    UPPER

    LA RIVER

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    L O S A N G E L E S R I V E R R I O R E I M A G I N E D

  • 11 Miles Los Angeles

    Current Project Area

    5 1 M i l e To t a l R e v i t a l i z a t i o n

    8 Reaches | 8 Phases

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    L O S A N G E L E S R I V E R R I O R E I M A G I N E D

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    P R E C E D E N T S T R U C T U R E R I O R E I M A G I N E D

  • A cooperative agreement Via MOU between public

    entities for the river right-of-way with

    Army Corps and others

    A non-governmental organization tasked

    with implementing the plan through land development

    and project management

    A non-profit organization tasked with maintaining the vision, providing leadership

    and raising funds to support, execute, operate

    and maintain the project

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    P R E C E D E N T S O R G S T R U C T U R E R I O R E I M A G I N E D

    R iver A U T H O R I T Y

    R ev ital i zation C O R P O R A T I O N

    P roject F O U N D A T I O N

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