Phoenix seeks public input on Downtown Code
[Source: City of Phoenix] — The city of Phoenix Planning Department is seeking input on the city’s proposed Downtown Code. The Downtown Code, which is part of the Phoenix Zoning Ordinance, addresses design that impacts the public by establishing standards and guidelines that will allow projects to develop over time. It does not dictate architectural style. The code will be presented at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3 at Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting, Phoenix City Council Chambers, 200 W. Jefferson St.
The remapping of the area to change the zoning to the proposed Character Areas will follow in March 2010.
The Downtown Code implements the vision, goals, and policies of the Downtown Phoenix Plan and establishes the physical environment to create a pedestrian-oriented center. The code applies to all land uses, subdivisions, and development within the area generally bounded by McDowell Road, Seventh Street, Buckeye Road, and Seventh Avenue. The code can be downloaded here.
Comments can be submitted by contacting Planning Manager Carol Johnson at 602-261-8289 or by sending an e-mail.
Posted on January 29, 2010, in City Hall, Downtown Vitality, Livability, Visioning and Planning and tagged Carol Johnson, Downtown Code, Downtown Phoenix, Planning Department, Zoning. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.