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Eight-page summary of zoning code and map amendments, includes map of proposed ‘z’ overlay zone and historically narrow lot rezoning.
Introduction; summary and analysis of proposals; and map changes with methodology and displacement risk analysis revised to reflect PSC’s possible amendments.
Proposed changes to the zoning code with accompanying commentary revised to reflect PSC’s possible amendments.
BPS analysis of the displacement impacts of PSC’s possible amendments on affected vulnerable communities and potential mitigation strategies.
Memorandum from Johnson Economics LLC describes economic analysis methodology and findings for the Revised Proposed Draft
Description of FAR and analysis of how different cities use FAR in single-dwelling zoning regulations.
Maps and rationale for selecting areas with concentrations of historically narrow lots to rezone from R5 to R2.5 reflects PSC’s possible amendments.
Notes from visitability focus groups and cities that have implemented visitability regulations.
City staff analyzed the 2015 building permits for new one- and two-unit residential construction in the R2.5 zones.
Description of the origin of historically narrow lots and a summary of the applicable regulations over time.
Lists the relevant 2035 Comprehensive Plan Goals and Policies that support the objectives of the Residential Infill Project.