City CouncilDecember 20, 2011
Zone ChangeZ 11-19: Maranatha Church• Z 11-19, a request for approval of a zone change from Two-  Family Residential (RS-2...
Zoning Map
Aerial Map
Map of notifications received if any
LOOKING NORTH AT SUBJECT PROPERTY
LOOKING NORTHEAST ACROSS HENDERSON – COMMERCIAL ZONING
LOOKING EAST ACROSS HENDERSON AT NEARBY CHURCH                (NOT PROPONENT)
LOOKING SOUTH AT ADJACENT NEIGHBORHOOD FROM               18TH/HENDERSON
History & Background• Two-Family Residential (RS-2) District;• Small vacant apartment buildings (2);• Legal nonconformity ...
History & Background• E 18th & Henderson Streets are “local”;• “Group living” not allowed in current zoning;• Includes dor...
Analysis – Basis for Recommendation• Fits with Vision Plan Map – “neighborhood”;• Fits with Comp Plan principles:   • “Nei...
Analysis – Basis for RecommendationIn conforming to the Comprehensive Plan, this requestmeets the following criteria as ou...
Staff Recommendation• City staff recommends approving the zone change as  presented;• Planning Commission recommended appr...
Zone ChangeZ 11-20 Norman Dierschke• Subject: a request for approval of a Zone Change from Single  Family Residential (RS-...
Zoning Map
Aerial Map
LOOKING AT SUBJECT PROPERTY FROM COLIESUM DRIVEMap of notifications received if any
LOOKING NORTH DOWN COLISEUM DRIVE TOWARDS COLISEUM FACILITIES        Map of notifications received if any
LOOKING EAST DOWN 39TH STREET AT ADJACENT NEIGHBORHOOD     Map of notifications received if any
LOOKING SOUTH FROM INTERSECTION OF COLISEUM & NORTH CHADBOURNE         Map of notifications received if any
LOOKING WEST ACROSS COLISEUM AT NEARBY COMMERCIAL USES    Map of notifications received if any
History & Background• Single-Family Residential (RS-1);• Vacant laundromat facility;• Key intersection at southwest corner...
Analysis – Basis for Recommendation• Fits with Vision Plan - “neighborhood”;• Lot located at a strategic entry point;• Loc...
Analysis – Basis for Recommendation• Fits with Comp Plan principles:   • “Promote better transition between nearby commerc...
Staff Recommendation• City staff recommends approving this zone change;• Planning Commission unanimously recommended  appr...
Analysis – Basis for RecommendationIn conforming to the Comprehensive Plan, this requestmeets the following criteria as ou...
Zone ChangeZ 11-22 SAISD• Request for a zone change from Single Family Residential (RS-  1) to High Rise Multi-Family Resi...
Proponents map
Zoning Map
Aerial Map
LOOKING NORTH FROM INTERSECTION OF FT MCKAVETT ROAD & PENROSE        Map of notifications received if any
LOOKING WEST DOWN PENROSE AT NEIGHBORHOODMap of notifications received if any
LOOKING WEST AT SUBJECT PROPERTY FROM FT MCKAVETT Map of notifications received if any
LOOKING SOUTH DOWN FT MCKAVETT ROAD AT NEIGHBORHOOD   Map of notifications received if any
LOOKING WEST AT NEARBY NEIGHBORHOOD & GREER STMap of notifications received if any
LOOKING WEST AT SUBJECT PROPERTY FROM MARGIE STMap of notifications received if any
History & Background• Elementary School;• School use allowed by CU 11-17, which allows for a  school at this location;• Ho...
History & Background• RM-2 districts allow up to 100% lot coverage, whereas  RS-1 only allows 40%;• Staff is proactively w...
Analysis – Basis for Recommendation• Fits with Vision Plan - “neighborhood”;• Lot located at a strategic entry point;• Com...
Analysis – Basis for RecommendationIn conforming to the Comprehensive Plan, this requestmeets the following criteria as ou...
Staff Recommendation• City staff recommends approval;• Planning Commission unanimously recommended  approval;
Downtown Development District• After examining a number of downtown-related  districts, the DDC recommends that the bounda...
Downtown Development District• August 22nd - consensus that the current boundaries of  the DDD should be expanded to inclu...
Downtown Development District• Oct 6th - Commission directed staff to prepare a new  and improved boundary;• Areas that we...
Downtown Development District• Nov 30th - staff presented a final map incorporating all  the suggestions from the previous...
City CouncilDecember 20, 2011
City Council December 20, 2011 Planning
City Council December 20, 2011 Planning
City Council December 20, 2011 Planning
City Council December 20, 2011 Planning
City Council December 20, 2011 Planning
City Council December 20, 2011 Planning
City Council December 20, 2011 Planning
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City Council December 20, 2011 Planning

  1. 1. City CouncilDecember 20, 2011
  2. 2. Zone ChangeZ 11-19: Maranatha Church• Z 11-19, a request for approval of a zone change from Two- Family Residential (RS-2) District to Low Rise Multi-family Residential (RM-1) District on the following property:• 80 East 18th Street, on the northwest corner of East 18th Street and Henderson Street, specifically the Lasker Addition, Block 29, Lot 9, in north central San Angelo.11 notifications were sent, 6 received in opposition
  3. 3. Zoning Map
  4. 4. Aerial Map
  5. 5. Map of notifications received if any
  6. 6. LOOKING NORTH AT SUBJECT PROPERTY
  7. 7. LOOKING NORTHEAST ACROSS HENDERSON – COMMERCIAL ZONING
  8. 8. LOOKING EAST ACROSS HENDERSON AT NEARBY CHURCH (NOT PROPONENT)
  9. 9. LOOKING SOUTH AT ADJACENT NEIGHBORHOOD FROM 18TH/HENDERSON
  10. 10. History & Background• Two-Family Residential (RS-2) District;• Small vacant apartment buildings (2);• Legal nonconformity has expired;• North: RS-2 & CG West: RS-2 South: RS-2 East: RS-2 & CG/CH
  11. 11. History & Background• E 18th & Henderson Streets are “local”;• “Group living” not allowed in current zoning;• Includes dormitories, boarding houses, assisted living facilities, group homes for disabled;• Proposed zoning differences – increased FAR and minimum lot size – current structures meet both;
  12. 12. Analysis – Basis for Recommendation• Fits with Vision Plan Map – “neighborhood”;• Fits with Comp Plan principles: • “Neighborhoods, in order to be sustainable, should have a diversity of residential products & affordability levels.” • “Neighborhood connectivity” – proximity to major collector; • “Promote better transition between commercial & residential”;
  13. 13. Analysis – Basis for RecommendationIn conforming to the Comprehensive Plan, this requestmeets the following criteria as outlined in ordinance:• Reflects Development Patterns;• Meets Community Need;• Compatible with Plans & Policies;• Consistent with Zoning Ordinance;• Compatible with Surrounding Area.
  14. 14. Staff Recommendation• City staff recommends approving the zone change as presented;• Planning Commission recommended approval by a vote of 5 to 1;
  15. 15. Zone ChangeZ 11-20 Norman Dierschke• Subject: a request for approval of a Zone Change from Single Family Residential (RS-1) to Neighborhood Commercial (CN).• Property: 3902 Coliseum Drive, specifically occupying Mather Addition No. 2, S 50’ of W. 139.4’ of Block 1, in northern San Angelo.15 notifications were sent out, 0 received in favor or opposition
  16. 16. Zoning Map
  17. 17. Aerial Map
  18. 18. LOOKING AT SUBJECT PROPERTY FROM COLIESUM DRIVEMap of notifications received if any
  19. 19. LOOKING NORTH DOWN COLISEUM DRIVE TOWARDS COLISEUM FACILITIES Map of notifications received if any
  20. 20. LOOKING EAST DOWN 39TH STREET AT ADJACENT NEIGHBORHOOD Map of notifications received if any
  21. 21. LOOKING SOUTH FROM INTERSECTION OF COLISEUM & NORTH CHADBOURNE Map of notifications received if any
  22. 22. LOOKING WEST ACROSS COLISEUM AT NEARBY COMMERCIAL USES Map of notifications received if any
  23. 23. History & Background• Single-Family Residential (RS-1);• Vacant laundromat facility;• Key intersection at southwest corner of one of three largest residential areas of the city;• CN zoning intended to serve a larger neighborhood & provide a transition into such a neighborhood;
  24. 24. Analysis – Basis for Recommendation• Fits with Vision Plan - “neighborhood”;• Lot located at a strategic entry point;• Located at a major intersection (Coliseum – collector, N Chadbourne – arterial);
  25. 25. Analysis – Basis for Recommendation• Fits with Comp Plan principles: • “Promote better transition between nearby commercial & residential use”; • Require an intermediate buffer separating commercial land from neighborhoods; • “Promote a mix of various uses at key intersections to encourage necessary infill”;
  26. 26. Staff Recommendation• City staff recommends approving this zone change;• Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval;
  27. 27. Analysis – Basis for RecommendationIn conforming to the Comprehensive Plan, this requestmeets the following criteria as outlined in ordinance:• Reflects Development Patterns;• Meets Community Need;• Compatible with Plans & Policies;• Consistent with Zoning Ordinance;• Compatible with Surrounding Area.
  28. 28. Zone ChangeZ 11-22 SAISD• Request for a zone change from Single Family Residential (RS- 1) to High Rise Multi-Family Residence (RM-2)• 323 Penrose Street on the southwest corner of Penrose Street and Fort McKavett Road, specifically occupying 3 Acres from the G. Blum Survey A-0059 S-0166, in eastern San Angelo40 notifications were sent, 5 received in favor, 0 in opposition.
  29. 29. Proponents map
  30. 30. Zoning Map
  31. 31. Aerial Map
  32. 32. LOOKING NORTH FROM INTERSECTION OF FT MCKAVETT ROAD & PENROSE Map of notifications received if any
  33. 33. LOOKING WEST DOWN PENROSE AT NEIGHBORHOODMap of notifications received if any
  34. 34. LOOKING WEST AT SUBJECT PROPERTY FROM FT MCKAVETT Map of notifications received if any
  35. 35. LOOKING SOUTH DOWN FT MCKAVETT ROAD AT NEIGHBORHOOD Map of notifications received if any
  36. 36. LOOKING WEST AT NEARBY NEIGHBORHOOD & GREER STMap of notifications received if any
  37. 37. LOOKING WEST AT SUBJECT PROPERTY FROM MARGIE STMap of notifications received if any
  38. 38. History & Background• Elementary School;• School use allowed by CU 11-17, which allows for a school at this location;• However, zone change will create a more appropriate designation that will allow substantial lot coverage;• With proposed construction, this facility will exceed the allowed lot coverage in RS-1;
  39. 39. History & Background• RM-2 districts allow up to 100% lot coverage, whereas RS-1 only allows 40%;• Staff is proactively working with SAISD to assess zoning of all school properties;• This change will ensure a great deal of room to continue growing in the future without issue;
  40. 40. Analysis – Basis for Recommendation• Fits with Vision Plan - “neighborhood”;• Lot located at a strategic entry point;• Compatible with existing uses and area – schools are essential parts of a neighborhood;• Buffer between Air Force Base and RS-1 zoning;• Consistent with development patterns.
  41. 41. Analysis – Basis for RecommendationIn conforming to the Comprehensive Plan, this requestmeets the following criteria as outlined in ordinance:• Reflects Development Patterns;• Meets Community Need;• Compatible with Plans & Policies;• Consistent with Zoning Ordinance;• Compatible with Surrounding Area.
  42. 42. Staff Recommendation• City staff recommends approval;• Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval;
  43. 43. Downtown Development District• After examining a number of downtown-related districts, the DDC recommends that the boundaries for the DDD be amended;• July 26th – Commission asked for information about other districts in the downtown area;
  44. 44. Downtown Development District• August 22nd - consensus that the current boundaries of the DDD should be expanded to include all property within each of the already-established districts;• Suggested that boundaries be expanded to include some areas east of Main Street, south of Washington, and north of Houston Harte;
  45. 45. Downtown Development District• Oct 6th - Commission directed staff to prepare a new and improved boundary;• Areas that were presented as part of other districts should be included; • Two areas in Main Street District but not currently included in the Downtown Development District: to the southwest of downtown and to the southeast. • Include corridors of N Bryant, N Chadbourne, and N Main to West 14th Street; these act as “gateways” and bring traffic downtown.
  46. 46. Downtown Development District• Nov 30th - staff presented a final map incorporating all the suggestions from the previous discussions;• At this time, the DDC unanimously approved the changes.
  47. 47. City CouncilDecember 20, 2011

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