PP 18-0006: Review of Residential Infill Design (RID) Procedure

Project Background / Summary: 

Review background research and provide direction to staff on a work plan for analysis of current RID procedure.

The Planning Commission set a goal in 2018 to look at the Residential Infill Design (RID) Review/Variance procedure.  These applications are relatively infrequent, but the Commission would like to review the program and see if it is achieving the City’s goal of added flexibility and superior design for single family building projects. The RID criteria require compatibility with adjacent residences and streetscapes, and a design quality that exceeds the minimum code standards.

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Project Updates: 

    

DRIVING TOUR OF COMPLETED RESIDENTIAL INFILL DESIGN (RID) PROJECTS -
October 16, 2018

On Monday, October 15, 2018, the Commission toured completed Residential Infill Design (RID) projects.  The homes being toured received design variance approval when constructed or remodeled using the RID process. The purpose of the tour was to provide the Commission with an opportunity to gain a better understanding of implementation of the RID procedure.

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 PLANNING COMMISSION WORK SESSION #1 - August 13, 2018

Staff Memo, 08/01/18

To visit the meeting webpage and to view the video after the meeting, click here.

 

Project Details
ID: 
PP 18-0006
Year: 
2018
Status: 
Active
Project Contact: 

Charity Taylor, Kincaid Intern, (503) 697-2543 or e-mail.

Scot Siegel, Director of Planning and Building Services, (503) 699-7474 or e-mail.

Reviewing Body: 
Meeting Date: 
Monday, August 13, 2018 - 6:30pm
Related Meetings

Aug 13 2018 - 6:30pm