On March 21, Town Council passed an emergency moratorium on large projects to allow Council time to consider and adopt updated housing mitigation requirements.

The 180 day moratorium (expires September 17, or upon adoption of the updated housing requirements) prohibits submission, acceptance, or consideration of any project that:

• Is not exempt from the current Divisions 6.3 and 7.4; and

• Is not exempt from the proposed Division 6.3 dated March 16, 2018; and

• Is subject to review and approval by Town Council; and

• Has not been submitted prior to March 21, 2018.

Projects that are prohibited by the moratorium include, but are not limited to:

• Construction of 19,500 square feet or more in the DC zone; and • Construction of 9,750 square feet or more in the CR-1 zone; and • Construction of 6,900 square feet or more in the CR-2 or OR zones; and

• Construction of 3,450 square feet or more in any other nonresidential zone

• Any residential subdivision; and

• Any new Conditional Use Permit (CUP).

Projects not prohibited by the moratorium include, but are not limited to:

• Construction of less than 19,500 square feet in the DC zone; and

• Construction of a single-family dwelling or ARU in a residential zone; and

• An application to execute an approved Sketch Plan or Development Plan; and

• Any Basic Use Permit for a new use or change of use.

 

Click here for the Staff Report and Emergency Ordinance Language.

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