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File #: Ord. 1021    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Second Reading
File created: 12/9/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/5/2021 Final action:
Title: Consideration of Ordinance Rezoning 1050 Highway 3 North from N1-B: Neighborhood General 1 to N2-B: Neighborhood General 2.
Attachments: 1. 1 - Ordinance, 2. 2 - Location Map - 1050 Highway 3 North
City Council Meeting Date: January 5, 2021

To: Mayor and City Council
City Administrator

From: Mikayla Schmidt, City Planner

Title
Consideration of Ordinance Rezoning 1050 Highway 3 North from N1-B: Neighborhood General 1 to N2-B: Neighborhood General 2.

Body
Action Requested:
The City Council is asked to conduct the first reading and adopt the findings on the requested rezoning for 1050 Highway 3 North from N1-B: Neighborhood General 1 to N2-B: Neighborhood General 2.

Summary Report:
There are two parcels of land that are being requested for a rezone - 1050 Highway 3 N and PID 2231226001. Both parcels are located northeast of Fremouw Avenue and Sheldahl Road. The applicant, Community Action Center, wishes to rezone both parcels to N2-B: Neighborhood General 2 to facilitate building Hillcrest Village, an accessible and sustainable housing community. The proposed project would create six buildings with 17 units (two 4-plexes, one 3-plex, and three 2-plexes). Following the rezoning, the applicant intends to file for preliminary and final plat.

This staff report is for the ordinance of the rezone request for 1050 Highway 3 N. The applicant requests 1050 Hwy 3 N be rezoned from N1-B: Neighborhood General 1 to N2-B: Neighborhood General 2.

The Conservation and Development map in the Comprehensive Plan denotes this parcel as "Corridor Redevelopment". This parcel has hosted the existing housing, converted from a motel use, which has reached the end of its life cycle. "Corridor Redevelopment" notes that these areas are best suited for redevelopment and land intensification along the corridor with a mix of uses, with increased intensity at major nodes, or intersections, and with a redesign of existing roadways to calm traffic flow.

The Framework Map of the Comprehensive Plan designates the parcel as "Corridor". These classifications can be found along arterials or major collectors and include all the parcels that front the roadway. Corridors a...

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