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File #: 22-0896    Version: 1 Name: Proposed Amendments to Ann Arbor City Code Chapter 55 Unified Development Code - Amendments to the Unified Development Code (UDC) Sections 5.16.1.A (Residential Occupancy), 5.16.2.A and B (Adult Day Care Center, Child Care Center), 5.16.3.J (Outdoor Recre
Type: Resolution/Public Hearing Status: Filed
File created: 5/12/2022 In control: City Planning Commission
On agenda: 5/17/2022 Final action: 5/17/2022
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Proposed Amendments to Ann Arbor City Code Chapter 55 Unified Development Code - Amendments to the Unified Development Code (UDC) Sections 5.16.1.A (Residential Occupancy), 5.16.2.A and B (Adult Day Care Center, Child Care Center), 5.16.3.J (Outdoor Recreation), 5.16.3.P (Transit Corridor Development), 5.16.4.B (Nonprofit Corporations), 5.16.6.C (Drive-Through Facilities), 5.16.6.G (Group Day Care Home), and Section 5.19 (Parking Standards) are being considered to eliminate minimum parking requirements for all uses, eliminate or consolidate some parking use categories, eliminate the option for off-site bicycle parking, change the weight limit for vehicles parked in driveways, simplify the requirements for electric vehicle parking, and change, reformat, and include the TC1 district in the special parking district regulations. These changes will enable reduced impervious surfaces, encourage land to be used more efficiently, incentivize the construction of new residential uses, reduce th...
Attachments: 1. Staff Report for May 17 2022 Parking Amendments w Attachments.pdf, 2. Ordinance to Amend UDC (Parking Standards).pdf

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Proposed Amendments to Ann Arbor City Code Chapter 55 Unified Development Code - Amendments to the Unified Development Code (UDC) Sections 5.16.1.A (Residential Occupancy), 5.16.2.A and B (Adult Day Care Center, Child Care Center), 5.16.3.J (Outdoor Recreation), 5.16.3.P (Transit Corridor Development), 5.16.4.B (Nonprofit Corporations), 5.16.6.C (Drive-Through Facilities), 5.16.6.G (Group Day Care Home), and Section 5.19 (Parking Standards) are being considered to eliminate minimum parking requirements for all uses, eliminate or consolidate some parking use categories, eliminate the option for off-site bicycle parking, change the weight limit for vehicles parked in driveways, simplify the requirements for electric vehicle parking, and change, reformat, and include the TC1 district in the special parking district regulations.  These changes will enable reduced impervious surfaces, encourage land to be used more efficiently, incentivize the construction of new residential uses, reduce the cost of constructing new residential uses, and support transit services. Staff Recommendation: Approval