SF Land Use and Economic Development Committee Meeting

Agenda

On the agenda:

  • Planning Code, Zoning Map amendments: eliminate minimum parking requirements for the Chinatown Mixed Use Districts, RC Districts, the Broadway and North Beach NCDs, and the Washington-Broadway SUD; make maximum residential parking permitted in C-3 and RC Districts consistent with NCT Districts; make maximum non-residential parking in RC Districts, Chinatown Mixed Use Districts, and Broadway and North Beach NCDs consistent with NCT Districts; make surface parking lots a non-conforming use in C-3 Districts
  • Planning Code – Car Share Parking Spaces
  • Transportation, Police, and Business and Tax Regulations Codes – Motor Vehicles for Hire: confirming transfer of jurisdiction over taxicabs from SFPD to SFMTA

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