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(a) Initiation of the Process. A prospective Steward may submit a concept Proposal for a People Place project to the Places for People Program. To be considered, the proposal must include the following components:
(1) Documentation of community outreach and support.
(2) Documentary proof that all fronting property owners have been notified by the prospective Steward of the intent to submit a People Place Proposal. If the prospective Steward is not the fronting ground-floor tenant, then documentary proof of notification to the fronting ground-floor tenant(s) is also required.
(3) A list and frequency schedule for routine maintenance tasks.
(4) A prospective activities calendar describing the frequency and types of free public programming.
(5) The number of restricted access events, if any, that will be held annually. In no event may the number of restricted access events allowed exceed eight single-day events per year. Scheduling of any approved restricted access events shall not be concentrated during a particular time or times a year but be spread throughout the calendar year. Public access to the People Place shall not be restricted except for restricted access events approved by the Places for People Program.
(6) Photographs of existing conditions on the site.
(7) A conceptual site plan depicting how the space will be configured, including the introduction and placement of any temporary physical elements.
(A) City Lot People Places. If the space will be configured to accommodate different types of programs, the Proposal must include a series of site plans depicting proposed configurations.
(B) Curbside People Places. If the Steward is proposing multiple Curbside People Places that will be operated together under the same exact terms and time(s) of a single Curbside People Place Permit, the proposal must include a series of site plans depicting the proposed extent of each installation.
(C) Integrated People Places. If the space will be configured to accommodate different types of programs, the Proposal must include a series of site plans depicting proposed configurations.
(D) Roadway People Places. If the space will be configured to accommodate different types of programs, the Proposal must include a series of site plans depicting proposed configurations.
(E) Sidewalk People Places. If the Steward is proposing multiple Sidewalk People Places that will be operated together under the same exact terms and time(s) of a single Sidewalk People Place Permit, the proposal should include a series of site plans depicting the proposed extent of each installation.
(b) Initial Review and Evaluation of the Proposal. After submittal, the People Place Proposal will be reviewed by Planning for completeness and compliance with Program requirements. If the People Place Proposal is determined to be complete and in compliance with Program requirements, Planning will route the Proposal to all Core City Agencies with jurisdiction over the proposed People Place for an initial evaluation of the desirability of the Proposal. If approved by all the required Core City Agencies, the Proposal will be accepted into the Program and further developed by the Core City Agencies as appropriate.
(c) Public Funds; Solicitation and Evaluation of Proposals.
(1) If public funds are being offered for a portion of the implementation or operation of a People Place or Places, the People for Places Program shall issue an invitation for prospective Stewards to submit a competitive People Place Proposal for the project. The Program may solicit Proposals (A) on an ongoing basis (year-round), or (B) for set intervals on a recurring cycle (for example, for two weeks at the end of each quarter), or (C) for a set interval on a one-time basis depending on the People Place Category or other appropriate factors.
(2) All Proposals that are submitted in compliance with the requirements and within the submission deadline shall be evaluated by Planning and the Core City Agency or Agencies with jurisdiction over the People Place Category. After completion of the evaluation, Planning and the Core City Agency or Agencies may in their discretion determine that none of the Proposals submitted are acceptable.
(Added by Ord. 224-16, File No. 160893, App. 11/22/2016, Eff. 12/22/2016)