Planning Areas of the NJ State Development and Redevelopment Plan (2001)

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This dataset contains the boundaries of the Planning Areas of the NJ State Development and Redevelopment Plan (NJSDRP). Adopted March 1, 2001.

The State Plan's Statewide Policies are applied to the natural and built resources of the state through the designation of five Planning Areas. These Planning Areas reflect distinct geographic and economic units within the state and serve as an organizing framework for application of the Statewide Policies of the State Plan. Planning Areas are areas of land, not less than one square mile, that share certain conditions, such as population density, infrastructure systems, level of development, or environmental sensitivity. Planning Areas do not necessarily coincide with municipal or county boundaries, but define geographic areas that are suitable for common application of public policy. The State Plan anticipates continued growth throughout New Jersey in all Planning Areas. The character, location and magnitude of this growth vary among Planning Areas according to the specific character of the area. Each Planning Area has Policy Objectives that guide growth in the context of its unique qualities and conditions. The Policy Objectives also shape and define the application of the Statewide Policies in each Planning Area. Refer to the NJSDRP for further description of the geographic nature of Planning Areas.

Source: www.nj.gov/dca/divisions/osg/resources/gis.html

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New Jersey Brownfields SiteMart Locations (16 Dec 2008)

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The Brownfields SiteMart is a point feature class representing brownfield sites within the State of New Jersey that have been selected for inclusion on the NJ SiteMart, a website that indexes brownfield sites. Brownfields are defined as any former or current commercial or industrial site, currently vacant or underutilized, on which there has been, or there is suspected to have been, a discharge of a contaminant.

Source: www.nj.gov/dca/divisions/osg/resources/gis.html

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Smart Growth Areas in New Jersey (16 July 2009)

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This dataset contains the boundaries of New Jersey's Smart Growth Areas.

The Smart Growth Areas are a subset of the NJ State Development & Redevelopment Plan combined with growth areas of the NJ Pinelands Management Areas as well as some areas of the Meadowlands.

Published by NJ Department of Community Affairs Office of Smart Growth.
Source: www.nj.gov/dca/divisions/osg/resources/gis.html

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This dataset contains the boundaries of Critical Environmental and Historic Sites (CEHS) of the NJ State Development and Redevelopment Plan (NJSDRP) adopted March 1, 2001. CEHSs are areas, generally less than one square mile, which include one, or more, environmentally or historically sensitive features and are recognized by the State Planning Commission. CEHS locations were submitted by county and local entities. All sites submitted were accepted, with minimal requirement for documentation. Refer to the NJSDRP for further description of the geographic nature of CEHSs.

Source: www.nj.gov/dca/divisions/osg/resources/gis.html

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Identified Centers of the New Jersey State Interim Development and Redevelopment Plan (2001 )

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This dataset contains the locations of Identified Centers of the NJ State Development and Redevelopment Plan (NJSDRP). Adopted March 1, 2001.

Centers are the NJSDRP's preferred vehicle for accommodating growth. A Center's compact form is considerably more efficient than sprawl, providing opportunities for cost savings across a wide range of factors. Compact form also translates into significant land savings. A Center's development form and structure, designed to accommodate diversity, is also more flexible than single-use, single-purpose sprawl, allowing Centers to evolve and adapt over time, in response to changing conditions and markets. Centers promote community, protect the environment, provide enhanced cultural and aesthetic experiences, and offer residents a superior quality of life. Identified Centers are places where Proposed or Designated Centers might appear in the future. Identified Center locations were determined through a process called "Cross-acceptance," in coordination with other state, county and local entities.

Source: www.nj.gov/dca/divisions/osg/resources/gis.html

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Main Street New Jersey Community Boundaries (3 Dec 2008)

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This dataset represents the boundaries of designated Main Street New Jersey Communities.

This dataset represents the boundaries of designated Main Street New Jersey Communities.

Source: www.nj.gov/dca/divisions/osg/resources/gis.html

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Historic and Cultural Sites (points) of the NJ State Development and Redevelopment Plan (2001)

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This dataset contains the locations (points) of Historic and Cultural Sites (HCS) of the NJ State Development and Redevelopment Plan (NJSDRP). Adopted March 1, 2001.

HCSs are locations which include features or characteristics that have inherent cultural, historic or aesthetic significance of local, regional or statewide importance. Such features include, but are not limited to: greenways and trails, dedicated open space, historic sites and districts, archaeological sites, scenic corridors and natural landscapes of exceptional aesthetic or cultural value and are recognized by the State Planning Commission. HCS locations were submitted by county and local entities. All sites submitted were accepted, with minimal requirements for documentation. Refer to the NJSDRP for further description of the geographic nature of HCSs.

Source: www.nj.gov/dca/divisions/osg/resources/gis.html

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Urban Complex boundaries of the NJ State Development and Redevelopment Plan (2001)

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This dataset contains the boundaries of the Urban Complexes of the NJ State Development and Redevelopment Plan (NJSDRP). Adopted March 1, 2001.

The State Plan's Statewide Policies are applied to the natural and built resources of the state through the designation of five Planning Areas. These Planning Areas reflect distinct geographic and economic units within the state and serve as an organizing framework for application of the Statewide Policies of the State Plan. Planning Areas are areas of land, not less than one square mile, that share certain conditions, such as population density, infrastructure systems, level of development, or environmental sensitivity. Planning Areas do not necessarily coincide with municipal or county boundaries, but define geographic areas that are suitable for common application of public policy. The State Plan anticipates continued growth throughout New Jersey in all Planning Areas. The character, location and magnitude of this growth vary among Planning Areas according to the specific character of the area. Each Planning Area has Policy Objectives that guide growth in the context of its unique qualities and conditions. The Policy Objectives also shape and define the application of the Statewide Policies in each Planning Area. Refer to the NJSDRP for further description of the geographic nature of Planning Areas.

Source: www.nj.gov/dca/divisions/osg/resources/gis.html

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Center Boundaries of the NJ State Development and Redevelopment Plan (2001)

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This dataset contains the boundaries of Designated and Proposed Center of the NJ State Development and Redevelopment Plan (NJSDRP). Adopted March 1, 2001.

Centers are the NJSDRP's preferred vehicle for accommodating growth. A Center's compact form is considerably more efficient than sprawl, providing opportunities for cost savings across a wide range of factors. Compact form also translates into significant land savings. A Center's development form and structure, designed to accommodate diversity, is also more flexible than single-use, single-purpose sprawl, allowing Centers to evolve and adapt over time, in response to changing conditions and markets. Centers promote community, protect the environment, provide enhanced cultural and aesthetic experiences, and offer residents a superior quality of life.Designated Centers are those that have been approved by the NJ State Planning Commission, while Proposed Centers are preliminary in nature and usually change upon Designation. Center locations were determined through a process called "Cross-acceptance," in coordination with other state, county and local entities. Refer to the NJSDRP for further description of the geographic nature of Centers.

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