What are your thoughts on the draft zoning use classification and parking regulations changes?
In a continual effort to ensure the City’s development regulations meet the needs of its residents and businesses, an update to the zoning use classifications and parking requirements is being proposed. On August 14, the Planning and Zoning Commission held the first in a series of workshops to review draft changes to the City’s zoning use classifications and parking requirements, which are housed in Chapter 2 of the Development Code. The purpose of the project is to modernize and clarify the application of the zoning use classifications and parking requirements while better protecting the existing quality of life for our residents. The proposed revisions do not include any changes to regulations related to multi-family housing or apartments. After the Commission completes their review they will hold a public hearing and make a recommendation to the City Council.
Sugar Land residents and businesses (including those located in the ETJ) are encouraged to participate as the process moves forward.
You can learn more about the project by visiting the project webpage and attending P&Z workshops (a workshop schedule is available online). You can also find the introductory workshop presentation on the project webpage.
This Online Town Hall will run through the duration of the Commission’s series of workshops. Comments from registered individuals in Sugar Land and the ETJ will be provided to the P&Z before they make their recommendation to City Council.
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