6 Pine Hills NID Advisory Council Members All members are property owners in district7 member councilMayor appoints (2)District 2 commissioner (1)District 6 commissioner (1)Pine Hills Community Council (2)Pine Hills Safe Neighborhood Partnership (1)
7 Pine Hills NID Advisory Council Members Allie Braswell, Central Florida Urban LeagueTim Haberkamp ,HardeesShabana (Nadia) Khublal, SoireeLuis Cordero, Eileen Cordero TrustAugustina Peasah, Blessed Academy/Augustina AcademyFrantz S. De Milord ,Ultimate Choice RealityCarolyn Wilson, JL Wilson Concrete
8 Pine Hills NID Task Force Recommendations Implementing Organization Town Center Master PlanCorridor DevelopmentEffective ConnectionsStrong NeighborhoodsThe Task Force has been working to build a strategic plan. We are still in progress, but as it stands right now, there are five components to the strategic plan.The first component is a discussion about the need for strong neighborhoods. Although our goal is to concentrate on the commercial areas, the residential component of Pine Hills is very significant to its survival and we did not want the component to be overlooked.The second component centers around creating effective connections internally and externally for Pine Hills residents to be able to move about the area having access to shopping and employment.The third component is perhaps where we have most of our emphasis is on corridor development. We will explore specific strategies to improve the commercial corridors in Pine Hills.Fourth, as a continuation of our 2004 strategic plan, we will lay out a master plan for a town center, a gathering place for Pine Hills families.And finally, the Task Force will be recommending to the Board that a formal organization be established to implement redevelopment in Pine Hills.
9 Pine Hills NID Background PHNID Strategic Plan PHNID Activities and Work PlanBudget
10 Pine Hills NIDPHNID Community Vision Statement Pine Hills is a diverse, multi-cultural community that seeks to preserve its rich history as a family-oriented community, create a safe, business-friendly environment, and offer our citizens a place to live, work, play and learn.
11 Pine Hills NID PHNID Mission Statement The Pine Hills NID shall serve to strengthen our community through partnerships with local business leaders, citizens, government institutions and non-profit organizations with a focus on expanding local community commerce, improving business infrastructure, removing business impediments, and controlling messaging and communications in social and traditional media.
12 Pine Hills NID PHNID Goals Goal #1: Effectively organize businesses and property owners to support the NID.Goal #2: Improve the public image and marketability of Pine Hills while enhancing economic development opportunities within the district.
13 Pine Hills NID PHNID Goals Goal #3: Improve public safety and security within the district.Goal #4: Develop attractive and functional community corridors.
14 Pine Hills NID PHNID Goals Goal #5: Establish effective multi-modal connections.Goal #6: Develop a vibrant mixed-use Town Center for Pine Hills.
15 Pine Hills NID Background PHNID Strategic Plan PHNID Activities and Work PlanBudget
16 Pine Hills NID 2012-13 Activities Installed decorative crosswalk on Silver Star Road and Pine Hills RoadSupport Brownfield designationHired Executive DirectorLaunched “Pine Hills Pillars” InitiativeDeveloped a landscape design for Silver Star RoadDeveloped website and marketing material
17 Pine Hills NID 2013-14 Work Plan Task 1 – Develop a Vibrant Mixed Use Town CenterProposed Projects/ProgramsDevelop a Master Plan for the Town Center Area (Silver Star & Pine Hills Road Intersection)
18 Pine Hills NID 2013-14 Work Plan Task 2 – Develop Attractive and Functional Community CorridorsProposed Projects/ProgramsDevelop a Master Plan for the Pine Hills Road CorridorDevelop Urban Design Guidelines for Silver Star Road at Pine Hills Road, Powers Drive and Hiawassee RoadInstall decorative crosswalks along Pine Hills RoadContinue Silver Star Landscape Maintenance ProgramCommercial Property of the Month Award for Silver Star and Pine Hills Road corridors
19 Pine Hills NID 2013-14 Work Plan Task 3 – Establish Effective Multi-modal ConnectionsProposed Projects/ProgramsPromote efforts to construct Silver Star pedestrian bridge.Promote development of the Pine Hills multi-use trail system.Task 4 – Create and Sustain Strong NeighborhoodsDevelop and implement a Neighborhood Improvement Plan.
20 Pine Hills NID 2013-14 Work Plan Task 5 - PHNID Marketing Initiative Proposed Projects/ProgramsDevelop and implement a Marketing Strategy for Pine Hills Business District.Develop and Promote Pine Hills’ “On the Rise!” StoryDevelop a Pine Hills Business Directory.Partner with Pine Hills Community Council to promote “Shop Pine Hills” an existing buy local initiative.Develop and implement a vacant property occupancy program to reduce vacant inventory within the District.
21 Pine Hills NID 2013-14 Work Plan Task 6 - PHNID Crime Prevention Proposed Projects/ProgramsContinue a relationship with the Pine Hills Safe Neighborhood PartnershipImplement a Business Watch Program for the District.Partner with Orange County Sheriff’s Department to enhance and build community relations and create partnerships between law enforcement, businesses and citizens.Develop and implement a “Crime Prevention through Environmental Design” Plan
22 Pine Hills NID Background PHNID Strategic Plan PHNID Activities and Work PlanBudget
23 Pine Hills NID 2013-14 Budget $ 87,193 carry forward $125, 000 annual allocation$212,193Budget covers staff and projects onlyAdministrative costs are in NPRD budget
24 Pine Hills Neighborhood Improvement District Annual Report Board of County CommissionersAugust 27, 2013
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