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Multi-family Transition Zones Study Session. City Council and Planning Commission Public Information Meeting December 14, 2004. History of Multi-family rezoning program. 2 rounds of workshops conducted last fall ‘03 and summer ’04 – 10 total workshops Two architect’s roundtable.

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Multi-family Transition Zones Study Session

City Council and Planning Commission

Public Information Meeting

December 14, 2004


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History of Multi-family rezoning program

  • 2 rounds of workshops conducted last fall ‘03 and summer ’04 – 10 total workshops

  • Two architect’s roundtable


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Purpose of Transition Zones Study

  • First action resulted from the multi-family citywide rezoning program

  • Council direction to focus on transition zones and evaluate downzoning properties adjacent to single family zones

  • Additional Actions- Framework for Urban Design/Land Use Element Update


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Study Session Public Notice

  • Notice was given to:

    • All affected property owners

    • All Boards and Commissions

    • All interested parties who participated in previous workshops

    • Home Owners Associations

    • Chamber of Commerce/Business Groups

  • Almost 800 notices were mailed


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What is a transition zone?

  • Multi-family zoned properties that are adjacent/abutting to single family zones (ROS, R1R, and R1).

    • Includes alleys, but not streets


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Program Framework

  • Development Standards

  • Design Guidelines

  • Downzoning


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Variables used for analysis

  • Age of structure

  • Number of properties

  • Average lot size

  • Number of current units

  • Potential Development (70%)

  • Units that could be added – current zone

  • Number of non-conforming lots

  • Units that could be added – proposed zone

  • Topography

  • Urban Design


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Assumptions

  • If an area has already developed to its max or more, then downzoning is ineffective (i.e. avoid creating more non-conformity)

  • 70% Rule




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Proposed Height Standard

Single Family Zone Multi-family Zone

2nd story

1st story

6’

10’


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10’

Proposed Setback Standard

Abutting Side-by-Side

Single Family ZoneMulti-family Zone

Street

10’

6’

10’

15’- (R1R)

25’- (R1)

20’- (R-2250, R-1650, R-1250)

25’- (R-3050)


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Proposed Setback StandardAbutting Back-to-Back

6’

10’

10’

50’

Street

Street

50’

Varies

10’

6’

Front Setback:

15’- (R1R)

25’- (R1)

Front Setback:

20’- (R-2250, R-1650, R-1250)

25’- (R-3050)


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Recommendation

  • Revise Development Standards

    -Height

    -Setback

  • Develop Design Guidelines

    • For transition areas only

    • As part of Land Use Element

  • Downzone


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Upcoming Hearings

  • Planning Commission February 14, 2005

  • City Council March 8, 2005


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