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ZTA 11-01 – Adaptive Reuse Floating Zone. Mayor and City Council Public Hearing April 12, 2011 David Umling, City Planner. Background & Overview. Memorial & Sacred Heart Hospitals closed in November 2009 Created a Zoning challenge to encourage adaptive reuse

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Zta 11 01 adaptive reuse floating zone

ZTA 11-01 – Adaptive Reuse Floating Zone

Mayor and City Council Public Hearing

April 12, 2011

David Umling, City Planner


Background overview

Background & Overview

  • Memorial & Sacred Heart Hospitals closed in November 2009

  • Created a Zoning challenge to encourage adaptive reuse

    • Current zoning classifications not designed to foster mixed use redevelopment

    • Plan amendment was initiated to evaluate & address this issue

    • Plan amendment was adopted on October 26, 2010

  • Plan Amendment recommended adoption of a new Floating Zone

    • Apply to properties at least 2 acres in size

    • Must contain one or more principal use structures with at least 50,000 S.F. of floor area

    • Must require a mix of land uses to redevelop

  • Staff worked with Memorial Hospital redevelopment manager to create the proposed Adaptive Reuse Floating Zone


Proposed zta features

Proposed ZTA Features

  • Amends Sections 5 & 6 of the Zoning Ordinance

  • Creates a new Mixed Use Zoning District

  • Can be applied to any current Zoning District

  • Properties must satisfy the basic eligibility criteria

  • Requires submission & approval of a Master Comprehensive Redevelopment Plan for the project

  • Allows Rezoning, Site Plan, & Subdivision Plat to be reviewed/approved concurrently in a one-stop process

  • Ensures all special approval processes are secured before final approval of project

  • Process requires public hearings before approval


Procedural history

Procedural History

  • Comprehensive Redevelopment & Adaptive Reuse Plan Amendment adopted on October 26, 2010

  • Draft Adaptive Reuse Floating Zone ZTA presented to Planning Commission on January 10, 2011

  • Planning Commission conducted a public hearing on the draft ZTA on February 14, 2011 – No public comments received

  • Planning Commission approved a unanimous recommendation of approval to the Mayor and Council on February 14, 2011

  • First Reading of ZTA adoption ordinance was approved by Mayor and Council on March 15, 2011

  • Final public hearing on ZTA scheduled for April 12, 2011


Special application fee

Special Application Fee

  • Staff recommends adoption of a new fee for Adaptive Reuse Floating Zone Applications

  • Fee recommendation based on new proposed zoning & planning fee structure

  • Proposed fee structure:

    • Basic Fee For All Applications - $600

    • Plus $50 per lot for any subdivision exceeding 5 lots

    • Fee would be due in total at time of application filing

    • ½ of fee can be refunded prior to PC hearing legal ad submission

    • ¼ of fee can be refunded prior to PC decision

    • No refund after PC recommendation to Mayor & Council


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