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APPLICATION # 1779 Small Scale Future Land Use Map (FLUM) Amendment. Background and Location Map. Site Area - 2.75 +/- Acres Current Use – Vacant Current Zoning – SFR-3 Current FLUM – Residential Proposed FLUM – .37 acres Mixed-Use and 2.38 acres Greenbelt.

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Application 1779 small scale future land use map flum amendment

APPLICATION # 1779 Small Scale Future Land Use Map (FLUM) Amendment


Background and location map

Background and Location Map

  • Site Area - 2.75 +/- Acres

  • Current Use – Vacant

  • Current Zoning – SFR-3

  • Current FLUM – Residential

  • Proposed FLUM – .37 acres Mixed-Use and 2.38 acres Greenbelt


Existing flum to proposed flum

Existing FLUM to Proposed FLUM


Existing future land use map

EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE MAP

  • North- Mixed Use

  • West- Mixed use

  • South - Residential

  • East- Residential


Existing zoning

EXISTING ZONING

  • North- Parks and Greenways, COM-2

  • West- OFC-2

  • South- Single Family Residential

  • East-Single Family Residential


Existing uses

EXISTING USES

  • North- Vacant, Retail

  • West- Office Use

  • South- Vacant

  • East- Single-family Residential


Maximum development analysis

MAXIMUM DEVELOPMENT ANALYSIS

  • No significant impact on Maximum Development Potential

  • Increase of 3223 sq. ft. of non-residential use

  • Decrease of 26 dwelling units


Public facilities impact analysis

PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPACT ANALYSIS

  • No significant impact on public facilities

  • Slight increase in demand for non-residential uses

  • Decrease in demand for residential uses


Consistency with comprehensive plan

CONSISTENCY WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

  • Consistent with policies regarding location of mixed use areas.

  • Consistent with economic development objectives

  • Proposal to designate 2.38 acres to Greenbelt provides additional protection for adjacent residential area.


Findings

FINDINGS

  • The proposed FLUM amendment is consistent with the Goals, Objectives, and Policies of the adopted Comprehensive Plan.


Recommendation

RECOMMENDATION

Staff recommends approval of Application #1779.

A Future Land Use Map (FLUM) amendment for a 2.75+/- acre parcel from Residential to .37 acres of Mixed Use and 2.38 acres of Greenbelt


Rezone application 1783 parcel id no 18 11 31 0000 02010 0000 07 11 31 7081 0rpof 0031

Rezone Application #1783 Parcel ID No.18-11-31-0000-02010-0000 07-11-31-7081-0RPOF-0031


Zoning request summary

Zoning Request Summary

Parcel 1

Existing Zoning: Proposed Zoning:

General Office (OFC-2) General Commercial (COM-2)

Acreage: Proposed Revised Acreage:

2.86+/- 2.86 > 3.23+/-

(+.37+/-ac.)

FLUM (Existing)FLUM (Proposed)

Mixed Use Mixed Use

Parcel 2

Existing Zoning: Proposed Zoning:

Single Family Res. Preservation (PRS)

(SFR-3) General Commercial (COM-2)

AcreageProposed Revised Acreage

2.75+/- Preservation 2.38+/-

General Commercial .37+/-

FLUM (Existing) FLUM (Proposed)

ResidentialGreenbelt


Rezoning review analysis summary

Rezoning Review: Analysis Summary

Chapter 2; Section 2.05.05. ULDC – (Development Review)

A. The proposed development associated with the rezoning request is not in conflict with or contrary to the public interest.

B. The proposed development associated with the rezoning request is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and the provisions of the Land Development Code

C. The proposed development associated with the rezoning request is such that it should not result in a liability or hardship for the City.

D. The proposed development associated with the rezoning request will not create an unreasonable hazard, or nuisance, or constitute a threat to the general health, welfare, or safety of the City’s inhabitants.

E. The proposed development associated with the rezoning request must comply with all other applicable local, state and federal laws, statutes, ordinances, regulations, or codes


Rezoning review analysis summary1

Rezoning Review: Analysis Summary

Chapter 2; Section 2.06.03. ULDC (Rezoning Application Review)

A. The proposed rezoning request is consistent with all adopted elements of the

Comprehensive Plan and furthers the goals and objectives of the Comprehensive

Plan.

B. The proposed rezoning request does not degrade the environment or natural

resources.

C. The nature of the proposed rezoning request and the associated proposed

development should not negatively impact the affected areas.

D. The nature of the proposed rezoning request and the associated proposed

development has demonstrated that affected public facilities and/or levels of

service will not be impacted.

E. The nature of the proposed rezoning request favorably affects circumstances and

conditions of the area.

F. The nature of the proposed rezoning request and the associated proposed

development is compatible with proximate uses and development patterns,

including impacts to health, safety, and welfare of surrounding residents.

G. Adoption of the proposed rezoning request will accomplish a legitimate public

purpose.


Area map

Area Map

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