WELCOME TO OUR CITYSTUDIOSTL FELLOW CASEY RYAN!
A leader in economic development studies for around the county, Andy will guide the firm’s marketing and business development efforts and develop strategies for expanding PGAV Planners’ national footprint in his new role.
PGAV Planners conducts national search for THE COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT AGENCY in memphis
Memphis AND Shelby County Community Redevelopment Agency Seek Executive Director
WASHINGTON MO APPROVES NEW DEVELOPMENT CODES
PGAV recently updated the zoning code for Washington, MO. The code ordinance was approved in August and repealed many old chapters and adopted new provisions relating to zoning, subdivisions, signs and parking requirements, among other things. Sal Maniaci, city planner, explained that zoning districts were amended and the codes now include a zoning matrix table to easily reference permitted uses in each district. “It is clear what needs to be submitted, before developers may have been guessing, where now we don’t send plans back and forth,” he noted. “It will be a quicker approval process.”
POLLINATOR PARKLET AT NEW PARTNERS FOR SMART GROWTH CONFERENCE
PGAV in partnership with SWT, Urban Harvest STL, PlaceMatters, and Knox College created a Pollinator Parklet for the 2017 New Partners for Smart Growth Conference. Parklets are small urban parks often created by replacing parking spots with ideas to increase communal and vegetated space. Our parklet included a greenhouse, native pollinator plants, and a bike-powered smoothie machine.