Spring Hill UDC Recap

February 11, 2018by Matt Fitterer2
Spring Hill UDC Unified Development Code

Last week, Spring Hill held three separate open house meetings to present the proposed changes to the City’s Zoning Ordinance into our new Unified Development Code. Hopefully you were able to attend an open house, hear the presentation, ask questions and provide your feedback. If you missed these meetings, you can view a recap in the these three documents.

Open House presentation is available here.

Overview of proposed new UDC can be found here. These eight slides do a great job in summarizing the UDC.

Summary of proposed new use table is here.

 

So what happens next?

On February 28th and March 1st, the Planning Commission will hold special work sessions to review the UDC and work towards providing a recommendation to the Board of Mayor and Alderman. A proposed zoning map will also be released at this time.

 

Continue to provide your feedback on the UDC. Please call or email Matt with what is important to you. Your voice and input have been extremely valuable!

Hearing from citizens on the proposed changes has been very helpful. Let’s all keep working together to make a better Spring Hill!

 

2 comments

  • Patti Wiggins

    February 14, 2018 at 3:10 am

    The Spring Hill rising 2040 map has several blue sections close to existing neighborhoods The key indicates the blue areas as “city neighborhood areas”. As someone that lives near one of these blue areas that is currently zoned as agricultural (despite several attempts to change that particular zoning). I am interested to learn what a “city neighborhood area” will become. I do appreciate all the work that has gone into developing standards for continued development in our community. I would appreciate clarification on the definition of city neighborhood areas. Knowing the lot near me has had proposed rezoning to support a gas station/ grocery store/ fast food locale none of which is fitting with our neighborhood setting it would be nice to have a better idea the direction the city intends to go with these areas. Thank you for all you do.

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    • Matt Fitterer

      February 15, 2018 at 5:08 pm

      Hi Patti – The ‘City Neighborhood Area’ is intended to be commercial areas that do fit into nearby neighborhoods, think a professional office, small retail store, church or municipal service. Not high auto-trip generating functions such as a gas station or drive though. Hope that helps! Thanks – Matt

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