Cleveland’s new form-based CODE
!!!!Detroit Shoreway & Cudell Update!!!!
Nov. 12th: Zoom Community Meeting This was the first meeting in a series of neighborhood discussions on Form-Based Code for the Hough neighborhood. Participants watched educational videos on redlining and zoning and then shared ideas about how to make the neighborhood look and function better and attract new businesses. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDg3qvRexMM Nov. 14th & 15th: Block
As with most things in 2020, The City Planning Department’s public engagement events for the Hough Form-Based Code project were disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Originally scheduled to begin in May of 2020 the Department took the summer to work with its partners to re-envision the shape and scope of the public engagement session given
The LandCode will have a strong community engagement process that will involve a broad set of strategies to allow the greatest number of people to engage and interact with the process. The community engagement process will be inclusive, with extensive measures taken to engage groups who are typically under represented in the planning process. We strongly believe that successful regulation reflects the aspirations of all citizens, so don’t hesitate to get involved and share your thoughts.
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A variety of public events will be held at various times throughout the project. Go check one out, go ask questions, go see what is being presented, go meet your neighbors, meet CPC staff involved, and most of all, provide your perspective.
At various times during the project, key project documents will be posted on this website for review and comments. Download them, take a look and let us know what you think. Are we headed in the right direction, are we meeting your needs, do you understand what we are trying to achieve? It is important that we hear from you and get your feedback.
The Cleveland City Planning Commission is pleased to announce the start of an important project called the LandCode. The project is led by an experienced team of planners from the City Planning Commission staff, supported by an expert team of consultants. The LandCode will…
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