The city of Austin, Texas' Smart Growth Matrix (2001) is an assessment tool to determine the smart growth attributes of a development project. City staff used the tool to evaluate how well a development met the city's smart growth criteria. Projects that significantly advanced smart growth goals were eligible for project incentives.
- Issue categories:
- Determine how and where development occurs
- Improve our quality of life
- Enhance our tax base
- Number of questions: 27
- Scale of each rated component: Varies, weighted 1 to 5
- Summary score: Yes
See more scorecards to help evaluate municipal-level policies, specific projects, and community components on EPA's Smart Growth Scorecards page.You may need Adobe Reader to view files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more.
- Smart Growth Matrix (PDF)(3 pp, 27 K)