Over the past few years the City has completed the master planning and zoning changes for the area, known as the Northwest Quadrant, that helped prepare the area for development. With the City’s land use regulations in place and an Inland Port bill passed in the 2018 regular Legislative session, it was clear that development would move forward.
In June, the Council approved the City’s total Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget. The Council is now reviewing the Mayor’s recommendations on which individual CIP projects to fund. CIP projects are citywide community projects that improve public property such as streets, sidewalks, and parks. Find out more.
The Council is considering a proposal that would redefine Single Room Occupancy (SRO) housing and permit SROs in more zoning districts than currently allowed.
The Council is considering a proposal that would develop a land use definition and parameters for short-term housing for the terminally and seriously ill.
Recently, the Council received an update from the Mayor’s Administration and designers VODA Landscape + Planning about strategies to improve infrastructure and amenities in the District 4 and 5 neighborhoods where two homeless resource centers will become part of the physical and social fabric in July 2019. The Council heard about efforts to incorporate the […]
As an enterprise fund, the Golf Fund is charged with managing and maintaining the City’s six public courses with the revenues that it can generate through its services. The Council considers three key areas to assess the long-term financial solvency of the Golf Fund: Current-Year (Fiscal Year 2019) Budget, Past Operations Deficits, and Golf Capital […]