City and Borough of Juneau
Auke Bay Plan
Auke Bay Vision - New Survey March 24 - April 30, 2014
Building on the ideas brought forward during the January 6, 2014 Steering Committee meeting, we are seeking input and feedback on various example Vision Statements for the Auke Bay Plan. The Vision Statement will guide this planning effort, and will provide direction to the work. A short survey was available through February 10, 2014, the results of which were used by staff to develop a second-round Vision survey. The results of this evaluation process have been compiled to create a final vision survey that will be available here through Wednesday, April 30, 2014.
Auke Bay Plan Steering Committee Meetings
The Auke Bay Plan process will be overseen and directed by a group of concerned citizens who were named to the project Steering Committee by the CBJ Planning Commission on November 12, 2013.
Meeting dates, agendas, documents, presentations, and minutes will be posted below as they become available. All meetings are held at the Univerity of Alaska Southeast, Juneau Campus. These facilies are provided for these community meetings under a Memorandum of Agreement between UAS and the CBJ.
The Steering Committee includes:
- Gerald Gotschall - Chair
- Dana Hanselman - Vice-Chair
- Michele Grant - Secretary
- Sharyn Augustine
- Travis Eckhoff
- Mitch Falk
- David Haas
- H. Caroline Hassler
- Ric Iannolino
- Dave Klein
- Nathan Leigh
- Eric Lindegaard
- Brandilyn McDonald (for the Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska)
- Mike Noel
- Lawrence Lee Oldaker
- Phillip Rolfe
- Doug Scudder
- Linda Snow (for the Douglas Indian Association)
The Planning Commission reserved seats on the Steering Committee for youth or student respresentatives. Community Development Department staff continue to seek representatives from both high school and college student populations to participate in the Steering Committee. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in serving as a youth/student representative on the Steering Committee.
Auke Bay Initial Survey
This initial survey was closed on Friday, November 1, 2013, with 223 responses. Survey results are included in this memorandum.
Please note that the memorandum that was distributed for the November 12, 2013 Planning Commission meeting, and available through this link on or before November 14, 2013, was missing pages 18-30; these pages include some of the responses to Question 8 and all of the responses to Question 9. The memorandum available above now includes these pages.
Additional surveys will be posted to this web site as the project progresses.
Auke Bay DRAFT Maps
Please feel free to comment on features missing from these draft maps - they are works-in-progress, and your comments can make them better.
Auke Bay Historical Aerial Photography
Auke Bay has changed dramatically in the last 50 years, shown in the images below. This planning effort will affect how Auke Bay changes and grows, helping to ensure that Auke Bay continues to be a community asset for the next 50 years and beyond.
Development Permit Applications in the Auke Bay Vicinity
Development Permit, Zone Change, and Variance applications up for consideration by the Planning Commission or Board of Adjustment. All Planning Commission and Board of Adjustment meetings begin at 7:00 PM in Assembly Chambers, 155 S. Seward St. Please email comments to PC_Comments@ci.juneau.ak.us no later than 3:00 PM on the date of the meeting.
External Sites and Documents
Several other agencies are engaged in projects in or affecting the Auke Bay area as the Auke Bay Area planning process is being conducted. Web sites below are maintained by agencies other than the Community Development Department, which takes no responsibility for their content, accuracy, or timeliness.
Small Area Plans from Other Communities (Examples)
Auke Bay Plan and Related Issues in the News
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Auke Bay Community Plan Kick Off Meetings
The City and Borough of Juneau held public kick off meetings for the Auke Bay community plan. The community plan will be an important document to guide development in the Auke Bay area, including such issues as land use, housing, economic development, transportation, community character and its environment, open spaces, parks, and water uses.
The public kick off meetings for this planning effort were held on two dates. The meeting format and information were the same for both meetings. The meetings were as follows:
If you didn't attend, but would like to be added to the mailing list for future meetings, please email email@example.com.