What is NBV100?
The NBV100 Master Plan is an award-winning plan, equipping North Bay Village with the tools to become a more livable, sustainable and prosperous community that can adapt to the challenges of a changing climate.
While celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2020, this diverse and engaged community is having serious, candid discussions on the issues that will shape the Village’s next 25 years. Helping to structure the Master Plan’s vision are three pillars: Livability, Resilience and Prosperity.
Weaving together through these three pillars, a new zoning code will provide the framework for building sensibly, encouraging sustainable streetscapes and providing transparent and predictable rules for the benefit of residents, as well as developers.
Find resources, presentations and factsheets on the initiatives below.
By centering on people–residents, business owners and visitors– North Bay Village will become a more attractive place to work, live and do business. The NBV100 Livability pillar puts the focus on placemaking in four ways:
- Prioritizing people over cars,
- Embracing the waterfront,
- Improving the quality of life, and
- Refreshing the NBV identity.
Adaptive, proactive measures on climate change are necessary for our water-privileged community. NBV100 initiatives prepare for further environmental changes through three stages:
- Created in water,
- Thriving with water, and
- Protected from water
North Bay Village’s prime location and residential areas offer a unique experience to visitors and business owners. The NBV100 plan highlights the community’s abundance of potential by creating a compelling destination in these ways:
- Attracting economic development,
- Synergizing public space, and
- Increasing property values.
North Bay Island Zoning Process
The proposed code for North Bay Island will create more attractive neighborhoods and increase resiliency to floodwaters while maintaining privacy. North Bay Village’s public engagement process solicits input from the residents of North Bay Island on potential zoning approaches to enhancing their community’s livability, resilience, and prosperity.
Please join us at an upcoming public meeting. To contact us or to request older NBV100 documents, email firstname.lastname@example.org.