Indicators and actions

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  • GCF 1: Number of Developments with LEED Certification (Commercial and Multifamily)
  • GCF 2: Number of Residential and Commercial BSAG-certified projects
  • GCF 3: Percent of New Developments Using the Conservation Subdivision Requirements in the Unified Development Code (UDC)
  • GCF 4: Acres of Brownfield (Re)developed
  • GCF 5: Acres of Redevelopment on Underutilized and Infill Sites
  • GCF 6: Square Feet of Mixed-use Development
  • GCF 7: Number of New Developments that Include Parks, Open Spaces, and Greenways
  • GCF 8: Intersection Density in Neighborhood Development
  • GCF 9: Number of Households within 1/2-Mile of a High Frequency Transit Stop
  • GCF 10: Linear Feet of New Sidewalks within 1/2-Mile of Schools
  • GCF 11: Number of new linear feet in the Trail System
  • GCF 12: Quality of Life Satisfaction in Regional Centers
  • GCF 13: Housing to Job Ratio in Regional Centers
  • GCF 14: Number of Housing Units in Regional Centers
  • GCF 15: Number of Households Per Developed Acre in Regional Centers
Action Description Air Quality Economic Vitality Equity Resilience Water Resources
GCF A1 Incentivize the development of energy effecient buildings (streamlined permitting processes, fee waivers, etc.)
GCF A2 Expand and incentivize participation in the Build San Antonio Green program.
GCF A3 Modify the Unified Development Code (UDC) to reduce barriers to mixed-use development.
GCF A4 Modify the UDC to reduce barriers to higher density development in regional centers.
GCF A5 Modify the UDC to reduce barriers to higher density development within a 1/2-mile of high capacity transit corridors.
GCF A6 Develop incentives to encourage mixed-use development within 1/2-mile of stations in regional and urban centers and along high capacity transit corridors.
GCF A7 Create programs and incentives to encourage reclamation of brownfield sites.
GCF A8 Evaluate City park dedication policies to ensure that the fees collected cover the costs of actual park construction at San Antonio's prevailing levels of service.
GCF A9 Collaborate with neighborhood leaders to identify and facilitate the conversion of vacant and underutilized lots into public green spaces (community gardens, pocket parks, etc.).
GCF A10 Identify school zones (areas within a 1/2-mile) where sidewalks, crossings, and intersections are incomplete or unsafe. Prioritize projects that address these deficiencies.
GCF A11 Develop transit supportive land use designations and zoning and apply it to VIAs priority high capacity transit stations and stops, both existing and proposed.
GCF A12 Establish annual satisfaction survey of regional center residents and employees.
GCF A13 Explore ways to incentivize the development of housing units in Regional Centers.
GCF A14 Identify and fund in key trail connectivity projects.