The public is invited to meet via Zoom for a presentation on Draft 2 of the UDO (Unified Development Ordinance).
The second draft of the UDO will be presented by Camiros, the City’s consultant in creating the UDO, who are working remotely. There are three chances to attend the presentation and ask questions via Zoom. Links to register are below.
The presentations are scheduled as follows:
Each session will also be livestreamed and recorded on the City’s website.
Draft 2 documents and maps, including video recordings and presentation slides, are available on the UDO web page for review. Public workshops for additional discussion and Q&A will be scheduled between October 19 - 30, with meeting details to be follow. Public Comments can be submitted here through Wednesday, November 25.
The UDO project, which was restarted by Mayor Meg Kelly in late 2018, has completed the phases below shown in green. The schedule for the release and review of Draft 2 was delayed due to the effects of the COVID pandemic. It is anticipated that a final draft of the UDO will be presented to Council for a vote to adopt during the first quarter of 2021.
A Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) is a tool which combines traditional zoning and subdivision regulations, along with other development standards for items such as design guidelines, stormwater management, signs or street standards into one, easy-to-read reference document.