It feels like we’ve been talking about updating the City’s Zoning Code for years — probably because that’s exactly how long it’s taken to hold all of the preliminary meetings and have public discussions about what’s working and what we need to improve when it comes to the Zoning Code.
It turns out we’re in the home stretch. The Community Development Director has prepared the final drafts for all the changes that the staff, the community members, and the Boards and Commission members expressed an interest in updating — and those drafts will be the topic of conversation for the last couple of public meetings planned in November and December after which City Council will take an official vote. So speak now or forever hold your peace (at least until the next round of Zoning changes).
Here’s the memo from the Community Development Director outlining the final steps: