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File #: 21-0669    Version: 1 Name: Amendment to Chapter 55, Unified Development Code, to Create a New Zoning District for Transit Corridors for City Council Approval
Type: Resolution/Public Hearing Status: Filed
File created: 4/2/2021 In control: City Planning Commission
On agenda: 4/6/2021 Final action: 4/6/2021
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Amendment to Chapter 55, Unified Development Code, to Create a New Zoning District for Transit Corridors for City Council Approval - A proposed ordinance to amend Chapter 55, Sections 5.12 Mixed Use Zoning Districts, 5.15 Permitted Use Tables, 5.16 Use Specific Standards and 5.17 Area, Height and Placement Regulations to create a new zoning district and establish its intent and purpose, permitted uses, use specific standards, and area, height and placement regulations. This district is proposed to be named the TC1 (Transit Corridor) district, allowing mixed uses in buildings with a minimum of 2-stories and other building standards, along established transit corridors to replace certain office and commercial zoning districts. Staff recommendation: Approval
Attachments: 1. STAFF REPORT 4-6-21 (New District TC1).pdf, 2. New District TC1 Transit Corridor (3-25-21).pdf
Related files: 21-0870

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Amendment to Chapter 55, Unified Development Code, to Create a New Zoning District for Transit Corridors for City Council Approval - A proposed ordinance to amend Chapter 55, Sections 5.12 Mixed Use Zoning Districts, 5.15 Permitted Use Tables, 5.16 Use Specific Standards and 5.17 Area, Height and Placement Regulations to create a new zoning district and establish its intent and purpose, permitted uses, use specific standards, and area, height and placement regulations. This district is proposed to be named the TC1 (Transit Corridor) district, allowing mixed uses in buildings with a minimum of 2-stories and other building standards, along established transit corridors to replace certain office and commercial zoning districts. Staff recommendation: Approval