[Durham INC] FW: Text Amendment Sendout for TC0900004, Compact Neighborhood Tier Parking
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Tue Jul 14 16:20:48 EDT 2009
The UDO has a table of how much parking is required for different uses. For non-compact neighborhoods, parking is 100-175% of the number set in the table. The proposed amendment would say that compact neighborhoods may have 85-100% of the amount in the table. There is also a new clause on what parking is required in Pedestrian Buildings and an off-set for on-street parking.
Subject: Text Amendment Sendout for TC0900004, Compact Neighborhood Tier Parking
Date: Tue, 14 Jul 2009 16:08:10 -0400
From: Wade.Griffin at durhamnc.gov
Please be advised of the upcoming proposed change to the text of
the Durham Unified Development Ordinance (UDO): Text Change TC0900004 proposes revisions relating to parking in the
Compact Neighborhood Tier to UDO Sec. 10.3, Required Parking, paragraph 10.3.1,
Required Motorized Vehicle Parking, paragraph B, Compact Neighborhood Tiers,
and Sec. 10.5, Alternative Parking Plans, paragraph 10.5.2, Factors Considered
in Alternative Parking Plans, paragraph C, Transportation Demand Management
(TDM), adding new commentary.
The Durham City Council
will hold a public hearing on TC0900004 on
August 3, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at 101 City Hall
Plaza. The text of the proposed change may be viewed at www.durhamnc.gov/council/ord_changes.
Once the agenda is finalized, the text and staff memo may be viewed under
“Agendas” at www.durhamnc.gov/council/.
Please contact the Planning Department for more information. Staff
contact: Julia Mullen, 560-4137 x255; e-mail, julia.mullen at durhamnc.gov
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