Sustainable Code Project


The fourth public meeting on the effort underway to revise the City’s zoning regulations on urban agriculture was held on Thursday, October 23rd. The public meeting included information on the following items, farmers’ markets, community gardens, urban farms, and the keeping of small animals. The agenda, presentation, and associate documents are located on the Sustainable Code Project page

Infill Incentive District - Proposed Amendments

On March 19, 2013, the Mayor and Council directed a revision of the Infill Incentive District (IID) provisions and requested that an Infill Incentive District Subcommittee of the Planning Commission review the ordinance.  The Mayor and Council also requested that the updated document provide prominence to neighborhood protection, clarifying the role of formal commitments between neighborhood and developers, provided for improved design review, not create redundancy with other overlays, ensuring the IID has incentive provisions, and be consistent with other City planning project within the I

Impact Fees

Between August 1, 2014 and December 22, 2014 no impact fees will be charged to building permits issued.

Grandfathering- No impact fees will be charged to building permits issued for 24 months from date of approval if:

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