Community Plan Update: Changes in Zoning and Land-Use Options and SB9 Implementation in University City


From UCCA President Diane Ahern: At the Community Plan Update Subcommittee meeting on Tuesday, February 15, 2022, the Subcommittee and audience heard two presentations by the Planning Department – one with the Online Engagement Tool (survey) Results and the other with Proposed Land Use Options. To view the agenda and presentations, please go to the Plan University Materials Page – – and scroll down to the Meeting Materials 2022 link. There you will find links to:

February 2022 – Outreach Summary & Proposed Land Use Scenarios

The Proposed Land Use Options are depicted in the Presentation PDF. The proposed Land Use Scenarios for south University City (adjacent to Governor Drive) begin on page 47. Please take a close look at page 49 where the City Planning Department illustrates “An option for further discussion is to study the implementation of medium low density, multi-family residential within areas of SB9 Implementation. This scenario proposes increasing residential densities as depicted to a townhome multi-family use. This is an opportunity to shape how SB9 looks in these SB9 areas within the community.”

The Tuesday, February 15, 2022, meeting was essentially an “information item” for Zoning and Land Use Options. There will be discussion of Proposed Land Use Scenarios at the March Community Plan Update Subcommittee meeting.

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