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South Division Corridor Plan

URBAN Planning, COMMUNITY Engagement

The South Division Corridor Plan is a ~3-mile long (850 acres) area specific plan located South of downtown as part of the City's 2002 Master Plan and is based in four major principles: meaningful engagement, development without displacement, economic opportunity and quality of life.

This corridor connects five distinct neighborhoods: South East, South Hills, Madison Area, Burton Heights, and Garfield Park; and is home to a diverse community of ~29,000 residents (43% white, 36% hispanic, 34% black).

During this sixteen-month planning process (May 2018 - September 2019) led by Camiros Ltd., Borderless is collaborating in the community participatory activities – including design of outreach, engagement and training tools/materials for different stakeholders, training of the community ambassadors, and design of a temporary community pop-up in a commercial storefront located at strategic intersection in the corridor.

​More about this plan:

Design & Outreach

Community Pop-Up