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The Zoning Ordinance Revision Committee, appointed by the City Council, is entering the final stages of its work on revising and updating the City’s Zoning Ordinance. The ordinance details and generally standardizes rules for compatible development on all properties, both commercial and residential.  Since May 2016 the committee has been working closely with its consultant Duncan Associates, and has now released a draft of the overhauled ordinance. 

While the zoning ordinance update project focuses mostly on clarifying existing regulations and improving the ordinance’s organization and format, a few more substantive changes are proposed.  Below is a quick summary of proposed key changes. 

 

Draft of the Overhauled Zoning Ordinance

Click here to view the draft Ordinance containing all of the proposed changes and to make comments on specific sections.

 

SpeakUp – Community Input Sought

After you have reviewed the draft Ordinance and or the Summary of Key Changes, please feel free to comment or ask questions on any aspect of the proposed revisions by going to the Topic Section.  

Town Hall Meeting – May 10, 2018

On May 10, the consultant and City staff will summarize all the proposed changes during a town hall style meeting at City Hall.  The public is encouraged to attend.  That meeting will begin at 7p.m.  After that meeting, the public will have additional opportunities to provide input during the June 12 Planning and Zoning Commission meeting and the July 17 City Council meeting.  Thank you for reviewing the materials, we hope to see you at the May 10 Town Hall Meeting.

Now that you have reviewed the Summary of Key Changes, or the draft Ordinance itself, do you have any general comments or questions you wish to provide City staff, prior to the May 10 Town Hall Meeting?

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Trey Rose over 2 years ago

I've got an unrelated proposal y'all may find interesting. How about instead of funding these ridiculous parking enforcement vehicles with 30 different cameras on them, take a small bit of that money and put up some nice signs that say "pick up your dog crap." Maybe even put a container with plastic bags in them! Just thought I'd share my thoughts.

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