Recently Adopted Amendments

Below are adopted Zoning Amendments that have yet to be incorporated into the text of the Comprehensive Development Ordinance itself. If no amendments appear below, all recently adopted amendments have been incorporated into the most current version of the Comprehensive Development Ordinance.

ZA-17-17 Retaining Walls: The purpose of this proposed amendment is to add requirements to the Comprehensive Development Ordinance regarding retaining walls which encroach into a required property setback, design review standards for retaining walls, and definitions to distinguish between retaining walls and seawalls. This amendment was adopted by City Council on March 26, 2018.

ZA-18-02 Rezone St. Joseph's School NMU: The purpose of this proposed amendment is to rezone the portion of the former St. Joseph's school site from Residential Medium density to Neighborhood Mixed Use. This amendment was adopted by City Council on January 8, 2018.

ZA-18-05 Article 3 Amendments: The purpose of this proposed amendment is to update Article 3 of the Comprehensive Development Ordinance relative to zoning permit release, timelines for pending permit applications, permit extensions, and permit duration. This amendment was adopted by the City Council on November 13, 2018.

ZA-18-06 Article 8 Bike Parking: The purpose of this proposed amendment is to modify bike parking regulations in Article 8, and in Table 8.2.5-1. These changes increase the required ratios of bicycle parking for selected uses to more closely align with the APBP guidelines, and establish a payment in lieu option for required bike parking.  This amendment was adopted by the City Council on November 13, 2018.

ZA-19-01 Grocery in E-LM: The purpose of this proposed amendment is to expand the allowable size for grocery stores within the E-LM zone to 35,000 square feet. This amendment was adopted by the City Council on November 13, 2018.