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Urban Food Zoning Code Update - Recommended Draft

This report contains the Planning and Sustainability Commission?s recommendations to the City Council

Urban Food Zoning Code Update - Proposed Draft, March 2011

This report is the proposed draft of the zoning code changes for Planning and Sustainability Commission review

Location Requirement for Larger Food Membership Distribution Sites

This map highlights where larger sites may NOT be located because they are too far away from a busy street. See table 237-2, page 47, for more information

Urban Food Zoning Code Update - Discussion Draft, February 2011

Initial zoning code language for farmers markets, community gardens, market gardens and food membership distribution sites

Code Development Advisory Group (CDAG) Roster

Roster with names and affiliations of CDAG members

Code Development Advisory Group (CDAG) Roles and Responsibilities

Outlines the role of the CDAG and the process and schedule of their work

Urban Food Zoning Code Update Project Schedule

Project schedule lists major accomplishments from initial work with food policy council in fall 2010 to City Council review in spring 2012

Urban Food Zoning Code Update - Summary of Concept Report Questionnaire

Summarizes the results of more than 800 questionnaires collected as part of the public review of the Urban Food Zoning Code Update Concept Report

Urban Food Zoning Code Update - Concept Report, July 2011

Describes each topic area and identifies issues with current zoning regulations, explains how other cities regulate them and proposes conceptual ideas for new regulations

Urban Food Zoning Code Update - Health, Environment, and Economic Considerations, July 2011

A supplement to the Urban Food Zoning Code Update Concept Report; provides further analysis

Topic Area Discussions: Summary of Key Issues, April 25, 2011

This report summarizes the key issues from the topic area discussions held during the winter of 2011. It is divided into the following categories: general; urban food productions; community gardens; farmers markets and animals/bees

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