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Community Open House – May 7

By Broad Street
Join City of Mobile staff to learn about the elements of the next phase of the Broad Street project: MLK Jr. Avenue. See design details, speak one-on-one with the project team, and get your questions answered! Thursday May 7 6-7:30 PM Bishop State Community College, County Comission Lecture Hall
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Proposed amendment to Future Land Use Map for annexed areas

By FLUM, Map for Mobile

In July 2023, the City of Mobile annexed three areas on its western edge. The City is anticipating applying City zoning within these areas, which will involve a public hearing process. The first step is to update the Future Land Use map and Major Streets Plans to incorporate these new areas. The series of maps below illustrates the proposed amendments. The Planning Commission’s public hearing is scheduled for October 5, 2023, at 2 PM in the Multi-Purpose Room of Government Plaza, located at 205 Government Street.  Comments regarding the proposed Future Land Use Map and Major Street Plan amendments for…

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2023 Action Plan

By Map for Mobile

This 2023 Action Plan updates the 2021 Action Plan and reorganizes and streamlines the actions. This action plan has a total of 74 actions, where the 2021 version had 90 actions. Since 2021, there were 20 actions completed and four new actions. The completed actions have been removed from this version. This action plan is organized into seven pillars that represent the City’s strategic initiatives. These pillars are addressed through various plans and ongoing departmental activities. The Action Plan addresses six pillars, which relate closely to physical planning opportunities. Each action indicates a status for completion and the groups responsible…

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Draft Toulminville Neighborhood Plan

By toulminville

The Toulminville Neighborhood Plan will be presented to the City Planning Commission at an upcoming meeting. Meanwhile, several actions in the plan are already underway, including the formation of a neighborhood planning group. The Planning Commission’s public hearing is scheduled for October 19, 2023, at 2 PM in the Multi-Purpose Room of Government Plaza, located at 205 Government Street.  Comments regarding the proposed Toulminville Neighborhood Plan can be sent to planning@cityofmobile.org .

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Loop the Loop: Broad Street reopening fun run/walk

By Broad Street

On Saturday, July 29, 2023, 176 participants biked, ran, walked, rolled, and strolled the Hank Aaron Loop to celebrate the official reopening of Broad Street as part of the inaugural “Lope the Loop” Fun Run/Walk. Since 2019, the Broad Street Revitalization Project has invested more than $21 million into the roadways, infrastructure and amenities along Beauregard, Broad and Canal streets. This transformative effort has rebuilt these majors corridors from the ground up — replacing decades old infrastructure, improving roads, connecting neighborhoods and making downtown more accessible to cyclists, pedestrians, and wheelchair users. If you missed this year’s event, don’t worry….

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June 27th Implementation Workshop Recap

By toulminville

On June 27, Councilman Cory Penn convened a workshop to begin implementing the Toulminville Neighborhood Plan. Back in February, many community members came to a previous Toulminville neighborhood planning event with the hope of turning ideas into action. Dozens of people said they would be willing to participate in implementing some of these plans for the community. The June workshop was a chance to start! The purpose of the workshop was to share specific actions in the plan and get commitment from residents to volunteer to help with the actions. Over 45 individuals joined the workshop and over half volunteered…

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Groundbreaking

City breaks ground on the next section of Greenway Trail.

By 3mc

The City of Mobile broke ground Thursday afternoon on the next section of the Three Mile Creek Greenway Trail. This segment will continue the trail west toward University Hospital and Mill Street Park. While this segment is under construction, work is expected to begin on the westernmost piece, stretching eastward from the Charles Wood Japanese Garden near Langan Park. Eventually, these sections will connect, providing a recreational trail from Langan Park to Downtown. “This trail has been talked about for 35 years, at least,” said Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson. The first stretch of the greenway offered recreational possibilities for runners,…

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