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The future for Central City is promising as we move collectively toward our shared goals which includes Economic Diversification/ Stability, Community Stability, Positive Authentic Community Identity, Historical integrity while maintaining our sense of place, downtown core revitalization/economic development, a plan for both commercial and residential development along the Parkway, a feasible Capital Improvement Plan to establish modern infrastructure providing improved services for current and long-term plans while fostering positive partnerships with other public/private partnerships in a accountable and welcoming environment.
All Meetings are in City Hall
May 15, 2017 – PC work session – Discuss Comprehensive Plan – 6-8 p.m.
May 31, 2017 – PC Public Hearing – Comprehensive Plan Adoption – 6-8 p.m. (Zoning Code Recommendation will be continued to June 7, 2017
June 7, 2017 – PC Public Hearing – Zoning Code Recommendation to Council – 6-8 p.m.
June 29, 2017 – City Council – Design Guidelines and Zoning Code – First Reading of Ordinance 6-8 p.m.
July 18, 2017 – City Council – Design Guidelines and Zoning Code – Second and Final Reading 6-8 p.m.
Additional work sessions may also be planned during this time, as needed.
Central City Comprehensive Plan FINAL 6-8-2017.pdf
Land Development Code Council 2nd Reading.DOCX
Land Development Code (first reading 6-29-17).pdf
Land Development Code (zoning and subdivision) Final Recommendation from the Planning Commission.docx
LDC PC Draft 6-7-17 (no map) (01778364xA6534).pdf
Land Development Code Redline Version.DOCX
Land Development Code May 28 2017 Draft.DOCX
Central City Land Development Code - Revlew Draft 5-15 (01767552-2xA6534).docx
Land Use work session agenda 5-28-17.doc
Zoning Code Assessment Presentation Jan 2017
Central City Design Guidelines 2017 for Council approval 2017.06.08.pdf
Many of the questions were structured so participants had to identify their top two or three priorities. The totals for questions that allowed multiple responses per question will exceed 100%. For example, the total percentage for a question allowing “Top Two” responses would total 200%. The percentage response for each option represents the percentage of participants that selected that option as one of their top two choices.