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Partners

Sterling Mountain Community Planning & Design, LLC often partners with other firms to help them provide their clients and projects with a specific level of expertise and experience...

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Selected Portfolio

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Sterling Mountain Community Planning & Design is working with Seattle-based Stantec, Inc to develop a TOD Master Plan for the Town of St. Albans (VT) and prepare the necessary changes to the development code to implement the plan's recommendations. This project is being supported by the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission's Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) Planning Grant.

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Jericho (VT) Bylaw Modernization

Sterling Mountain Community Planning & Design was hired by the Town of Jericho VT to develop a series of changes to their Village Center and Character Based zoning that will facilitate new housing and mixed use development in three traditional community centers.

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Sterling Mountain Community Planning & Design is working with Seattle-based Framework, LLC to develop a TOD Master Plan for the City of Essex Junction (VT) and prepare the necessary changes to the development code to implement the plan's recommendations. This project is being supported by the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission's Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) Planning Grant.

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Sterling Mountain Community Planning & Design partnered with Plymouth NH based Resilience Planning & Design, LLC, to update the 2018 Jericho Town Plan.

Adopted Dec 2023

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Sterling Mountain Community Planning & Design is working as part of a multi-disciplinary team of consultants led by Seattle-based Framework, LLC to prepare an update to the City of Sammamish (WA) 2018 Comprehensive Master Plan, and develop the necessary changes to the development code to implement the recommendations of the new CMP in compliance with state and county requirements.

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Jericho (VT) Professional Planning Services

Sterling Mountain Community Planning & Design was hired by the Town of Jericho VT during a period of transition to assist with the solicitation and hiring of a a new Town Planner, and providing ongoing professional guidance to the Town Administrator and Town Planner.

Below are just a few examples of past projects undertaken while employed by the City of Burlington VT.

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In partnership with the Town Planning and Urban Design Collaborative and others, this award winning plan heralded in a new era in Burlington's planning efforts as the first true sub-area plan for the City.

Adopted 2013

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A comprehensive revision to Article 7 of the Burlington Comprehensive Development Ordinance, these changes introduced clear and objective form-elements helping to ensure content-neutrality in the City's sign regulations.

Adopted 2019

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In partnership with Goody Clancy and others, this plan sets the stage for the future evolution of the City's commercial and industrial Enterprise District.

 

Adopted 2019

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Burlington's first true form-based code focused on the City's vibrant downtown and directly implementing key recommendations of the planBTV: Downtown and Waterfront Master Plan.

Adopted 2018, revised 2021

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Developed in partnership with Landworks and the Burlington Conservation Board, this was Burlington's inaugural land conservation and natural area protection plan. It was the first to match high-priority sites with appropriate protection and management strategies, and led to the creation of the City's Conservation Legacy Program and Fund to ensure long-term protection.

 

Adopted 2000, revised 2021. 

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This multi-year effort resulted in significant strides in making Burlington's zoning regulations more objective in their application, clearer in its presentation and navigation.

Adopted 2008 with subsequent amendments through 2021

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