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Smart Growth Scorecards

Description:

These smart growth scorecards are user-friendly tools to help citizens and decision-makers evaluate development proposals and municipal planning in terms of smart growth criteria. They are easy to use, and can help identify smart growth strengths and weaknesses in the various jurisdictions. The website has links to six scorecards and checklists, including a development scorecard, pedestrian-friendliness scorecard, and a bikeability checklist. 
These smart growth scorecards are user-friendly tools to help citizens and decision-makers evaluate development proposals and municipal planning in terms of smart growth criteria. They’re easy to use, and can help identify smart growth strengths and weaknesses where you live. - See more at: http://www.njfuture.org/smart-growth-101/your-town/#sthash.ADQIuoOC.dpuf
These smart growth scorecards are user-friendly tools to help citizens and decision-makers evaluate development proposals and municipal planning in terms of smart growth criteria. They’re easy to use, and can help identify smart growth strengths and weaknesses where you live. - See more at: http://www.njfuture.org/smart-growth-101/your-town/#sthash.ADQIuoOC.dpuf
These smart growth scorecards are user-friendly tools to help citizens and decision-makers evaluate development proposals and municipal planning in terms of smart growth criteria. They’re easy to use, and can help identify smart growth strengths and weaknesses where you live. - See more at: http://www.njfuture.org/smart-growth-101/your-town/#sthash.ADQIuoOC.dpuf

Toolkit:

Healthy Community Design Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Community Design, Land Use, Planning, Policies, Transportation Planning

Jurisdiction:

Institutional Author:

New Jersey Future

Submitted:

10/25/2013

Modified:

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