To understand how different development patterns will affect our future, Piedmont Together used CommunityViz software to show where new homes and jobs might go based on existing trends and then under several alternative growth scenarios. This allows us to compare alternatives to our current way of growing. Each scenario uses the same 2040 allocation of jobs and houses per county. Their distribution changes based on the goals and policies assumed in each alternative.
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Learn more about equitable development and why it's a critical component for our future.
This presentation examines aviation as a key sector of the Piedmont Triad's economy.
While work on the Piedmont Together project continues, we're happy to report a number of accomplishments and milestones that have been achieved during the first three years.
Piedmont Together has been busy gathering input and data over the past three years that is being used to develop economic development recommendations for the Piedmont Triad. Key findings include identified strengths and challenges for our region.
Approximately fifty citizens, business leaders and town officials gathered to participate in a Community Design workshop held at the Town Hall in Biscoe, NC. The primary focus for the sessions was to identify economic and design opportunities for the future growth of Biscoe.
Charles Marohn of StrongTowns.org discusses building financial value.
This semi-annual Piedmont Together progress report was captures updates through July 2013.
What are the true costs and benefits of downtown development? StrongTowns.org visits Lexington to tell all.
StrongTowns.org visits Greensboro to conduct a workshop regarding the true costs and benefits of downtown development.