City Council’s LUPZ Committee Hearing #1 May 5th

The City Council’s Land Use, Planning, and Zoning (LUPZ) Committee will review proposed changes to the Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO), the City’s zoning code, on Wednesday, May 5 at 3 p.m. via Zoom.

For details on how to join the Zoom meeting, please refer to the LUPZ agenda, available here: Legistar Calendar
This first LUPZ hearing will include a presentation from staff, and public comments will be taken.

You can also send written comments via email to the City Clerk:
Note: For amendments affecting only a small area, City Council will be acting quasi-judicially (i.e. similar to judges). For that reason, you cannot contact your Councilor directly with comments about proposed changes to small area regulations. Instead, contact Council planning staff:
Petra Morris:
Shanna Schultz:

LUPZ materials for review: Ordinance to adopt IDO Annual Update 2020: O-21-60 Proposed City Council LUPZ Amendments Redline Draft 

More details about the 2020 IDO Annual Update: Project Webpage

Planning Department Hosting Online Trainings for Community


The Planning Department is hosting a series of online training sessions related to the IDO 2019 Annual Update for the community and you’re invited to participate! These trainings will address key regulations and procedures, and will provide time for participants to ask questions. There will be one “Ask an Expert” session devoted to answering questions, and the evening training sessions will provide a combination of the same training information provided during the daytime sessions. The training sessions will also be recorded and presented online so if you can’t attend, you can always check them out later. This week, you can participate in:

To sign up for these trainings, and to learn more about the Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO), visit: