On January 10, 2019, a neighborhood committee (10 property owners) submitted a request for pre-application meetings to begin the process of potentially amending regulations in CD No. 12, the Belmont Addition Conservation District.
On December 10, 2020 the neighborhood committee returned the signed petitions of 75% of the lots in the Belmont Addition to the Sustainable Development and Construction Department. This exceeds the minimum number of petitions
required by ordinance to begin the amendment process, so City Staff began to
schedule Neighborhood Meetings to discuss potential amendments to Conservation
District 12 regulations.
Final Neighborhood Meeting - Ordinance Review: Date TBD
Ordinance and Exhibit A: District Regulations, as amended
The Sustainable Development and Construction Department held two pre-application meetings on March 20, 2019 and July 23, 2019 to inform property owners of the process to amend a conservation district and to discuss and establish a general list of development and architectural standards the neighborhood would consider amending.
Following the two pre-application meetings, staff provided the neighborhood committee with petitions containing language about the development and architectural standards the neighborhood would like to potentially amend. The neighborhood committee is tasked with gathering signed petitions of at least 58% of property owners in the Belmont Addition CD to start an application to potentially amend the CD. Petition Language
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