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File #: Ord. 1021 a    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 1/11/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/19/2021 Final action:
Title: Consideration of Ordinance Rezoning 1050 Highway 3 North from N1-B: Neighborhood General 1 to N2-B: Neighborhood General 2 (Second Reading).
Attachments: 1. 1 - Ordinance, 2. 2 - Location Map - 1050 Highway 3 North
City Council Meeting Date: January 19, 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 (Second Reading).

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

Summary Report:
This is the second reading of this ordinance. The first reading was on January 5th and passed unanimously 7-0.

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 ...

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