At the heart of the city and home to the region’s busiest bus station, Dudley Square is a prime corridor for job creation, commerce, and transit-oriented development.
PLAN: Dudley Square Roxbury will revisit the visions presented in both the Roxbury Strategic Master Plan and Dudley Vision to see if they still align with current community goals.
Using these past plans as a framework, PLAN: Dudley Square Roxbury will offer the City and community the opportunity to think strategically about the types of uses, public realm, and scale of development that are best suited for the future of the area.
This planning effort will create a road map for a comprehensive development opportunity plan and streamlined implementation plan for publicly-owned (City/BRA/State) and vacant privately-owned parcels. From this Dudley Square focus, we will work with the community to further expand the discussion to the Roxbury neighborhood at large.
Through open dialogue and community involvement, this study will be used to develop an implementation plan to mobilize development on publicly-owned parcels.
The BPDA is seeking pictures from the community for use in the PLAN: Dudley Square plan document and RFPs. These documents will be released at the conclusion of the engagement process and are being designed to capture community input and feedback to develop the guidelines for development.
To help communicate the vision for the future we are looking for pictures that reflect happy times people have had in the neighborhood. If you have pictures of events or places in Dudley Square, past or present, that make you smile please consider sharing some with us.
Please consider submitting up to three pictures via email attachment to [email protected]. Submitting pictures asserts you own the rights to the photograph and grant the BPDA permission to reproduce the image in agency literature and communications. Please provide all appropriate captions and photo credits to be included should your photograph(s) be used.
UPCOMING PUBLIC WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
Future Workshops TBD: Usually third Monday of Month
PAST PUBLIC WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
February 22, 2016: Open House
March 16, 2016: Walking Tour
March 21, 2016: Visioning Workshop
April 19, 2016: Transportation and Public Realm Workshop
May 16, 2016: Assessing What We Heard & Next Steps Workshop
June 20, 2016: Economic & Workforce Development Workshop
July 18, 2016: Discuss Development Goals & Scenarios Workshop
September 19, 2016: Development Scenarios and Tools for Development Workshop
October 24, 2016: Development Workshop: Incorporating Urban Design Principles
November 21, 2016: Development Program Uses Workshop
January 23, 2017: Community Development Conversation Workshop
February 27, 2017: Community Development Workshop: Crafting RFP Language
March 20, 2017: Community Development Workshop: Housing Creation
April 24, 2017: Economic Development Workshop & Resource Fair
May 15, 2017: Visioning Workshop II