Once a month the Zoning Administrator holds a public hearing (also known as a “Meeting”) to provide a public venue for the review of variance applications in accordance with the requirements of the Planning Code.
Agenda On the agenda: Draft EIR Public Hearing on 706 Mission St, Mexican Museum and Residential Tower Project Downtown Plan Annual Monitoring Report Request for variances on 100 Van Ness Ave project, converting offices to 399 residential units with 188 off-street parking spaces
From SVBC: The City of San Mateo Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at City Hall Council Chambers to review and recommend to the City council adoption of the Initial Study / Mitigated Negative Declaration, amendments to the City’s Zoning Code and General Plan associated with the City of San Mateo Bicycle Master Plan. […]
Agenda [pdf] Of note: 31 – 33. Exemption Determination – AT&T Network “Lightspeed” Upgrade 38. Planning Code – Zoning Map – Presidio-Sutter Special Use District – 800 Presidio Avenue (Booker T. Washington Community Center) 39 – 41. Executive Park Subarea Plan Area 42 – 43. [Public Hearing – Authorizing the Use of Real Property Located at 701 Lombard Street – […]
Agenda [pdf] Of note: 1. Accept and Expend Grant – 17th and Folsom Street Park Project – $2,700,000 2. Planning Code – Zoning – Parking in South of Market and Mission Bay District 3. Changing the Official Sidewalk Width – Harrison Street 4, 39 – 46. Public Hearing – Certification of a Final Environmental Impact […]
From Transform: Link for more information: http://www2.oaklandnet.com/Government/o/PBN/OurServices/Plan… TransForm is working with local stakeholders and the City of Oakland to unlock the Lake Merritt station area’s strong potential as a new model for a transit-oriented, walkable community in the region. The Lake Merritt BART Station area currently hosts moderate density housing but has little in the […]
A few key changes to the DC zoning code could help make housing more affordable, streets more walkable, transit more convenient, and healthy foods more accessible. Years of debate and delay have watered down the reforms somewhat, but they still represent substantial progress. And now it looks like they will pass. New zoning rules will […]