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Concept Report to City Council

City Council Briefing, November 1, 2016

PowerPoint slides from Staff’s briefing to City Council on the Residential Infill Project Concept Report

SUMMARY: Residential Infill Project Concept Report to City Council

4-page summary of the concept report. Includes list of recommended concepts and several key images from the report. City Council will hold public hearings on the recommendations on November 9th and 16th, 2016.

SUMMARY (8.5x11” Format): Residential Infill Project Concept Report to City Council

4-page summary of the concept report. Formatted for 8.5x11” printing. Includes list of recommended concepts and several key images from the report.

Planning and Sustainability Commission briefing, October 25, 2016 (PDF)

PowerPoint slides from Staff’s briefing to the PSC on the Residential Infill Project Concept Report

Residential Infill Project Concept Report to City Council, Booklet of Revised Draft Proposal

Includes the revised draft proposed concepts for addressing scale of houses, housing choice and narrow lots. City Council will hold public hearings on the recommendations on November 9th and 16th, 2016.

Appendix B – Internal Conversion Report (Deca Architecture, Inc.), Concept Report to City Council, Booklet of Revised Draft Proposal

Includes an analysis of internal conversions of existing single-family dwellings by project consultant Deca Architecture, Inc.

Appendix C – Use of Floor Area Ratios (FARs) in Single Family Zoning (Dyett & Bhatia), Concept Report to City Council, Booklet of Revised Draft Proposal

Includes research analyzing different cities’ codification of square footage limits through floor area ratios (FARs) in single-family zoning districts by project consultant Dyett & Bhatia.

Conceptual Housing Opportunity Overlay Study Area Maps

Single-Dwelling Areas (R7, R5, R2.5 zones) located near centers, frequent bus corridors, MAX stations, and in higher housing opportunity neighborhoods.