Dubuque South Port Public Input Opportunities

South Port Dubuque IA
The City of Dubuque in partnership with the University of Iowa’s IOWA INITIATIVE FOR SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES held its first of a series of public input and feedback sessions examining South Port’s future land use on October 25, 2012 at the Grand River Center.
Graduate students from the University of Iowa’s School of Urban & Regional Planning gave a presentation about the following:

  • Explanation on why we are here today.
  • Main goal for the session
  • History of the Port of Dubuque
  • Development differences between the North Port and the South Port
  • Insight into what other cities have done to redevelop their ports
  • Ideas generated by speakers to help with brainstorming

People in attendance were then divided into small group input sessions.  Following the input sessions, each group gave short presentations to all that were in attendance.  After the presentations, a poll of presented ideas where compiled.
The event was well attended and the results are being compiled and will be available at an upcoming public meeting.
If you were unable to attend the public input and feedback session, you may review the Summary of Recommendations for the South Port by clicking here and fill out an online form by clicking here.
Future Events: Mid-November 2012: Public Preference Survey Distribution April-March: Public Feedback Session Mid-May 2013: Final South Port Design Presentation to Dubuque City Council

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Millwork Redevelopment: The Backstory

Had the privilege of touring the Caradco development under renovation at 900 Jackson Street in Dubuque, IA yesterday.  This is going to be a great addition to the community.  See more information on the history and future use of this building below.

Millwork Redevelopment: The Backstory.


Brenda Charlson, Re/Max Advantage Realty, 4029 Pennsylvania Avenue, Dubuque, IA 52002   563-580-2345    www.DBQhomes.com   Brenda@DBQhomes.com

The Big Day of Serving – May 5, 2012 Dubuque, Iowa

Imagine over a thousand volunteers sweeping into a neighborhood in need and transforming it in a single day. Picture homes painted, yards landscaped, parks cleaned, schools refurbished, graffiti removed and more. Consider the impact such an event could have on the long term quality of life for everyone in that area. This year, in conjunction with the City of Dubuque Housing and Community Development, Parks Department, and Habitat for Humanity, volunteers will be serving homeowners in the Washington and North End Area and in other locations throughout the city that needs attention. To participate contact Mark Beard, BCBC Community Director at 563-663-4599.