May 17, 2022 Update: TOD Public Meetings
Thank you to everyone who attended and provided feedback at the TOD overlay zoning public meetings. For those who were unable to attend, the meetings were recorded (each meeting has the same staff presentation):
Additionally, a "storymap" that reviews what zoning and transit-oriented development is and why the City is undertaking this effort is available for review for those who would like to learn more. If you have any questions please contact Ben Zellers and Colin Punt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) is pedestrian-oriented, compact, mixed-use development that is centered on quality public transit. It typically includes a mix of housing, office, retail, neighborhood amenities, and other uses within walking distance of a transit station. The City is exploring ways to encourage TOD along the future bus rapid transit (BRT) line and planned high-frequency local transit service through the use of TOD overlay zoning, consistent with Land Use & Transportation Strategy #5 (pg 36) in the 2018 Comprehensive Plan.
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