Public Hearing: a 3.75 foot first floor elevation variance for a new home at 4230 Crocker Avenue

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The variance request was approved by the Planning Commission on Wednesday, August 25th, 2021.

The request is for a 3.75-foot first floor elevation variance for a new home at 4230 Crocker Avenue. The request is to accommodate a new home built at 4230 Crocker Avenue that will sit higher than the first-floor elevation of the existing home. The request is due to 10-day snow melt calculations and a basement floor elevation requirement.



The variance request was approved by the Planning Commission on Wednesday, August 25th, 2021.

The request is for a 3.75-foot first floor elevation variance for a new home at 4230 Crocker Avenue. The request is to accommodate a new home built at 4230 Crocker Avenue that will sit higher than the first-floor elevation of the existing home. The request is due to 10-day snow melt calculations and a basement floor elevation requirement.



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    I understand that a variance to the first floor height is being requested. Does this also mean that the total height of the house can exceed zoning ordinance by 3.5'? (I do not believe so and believe the documentation states as much, but wish to confirm this is what is stated in the sentence regarding the "30' requirement off existing grade".)

    Isaac Townsend asked about 1 year ago

    Hi Isaac, 

    The building height maximum for the lot as measured from existing grade along the new front building wall is 30 feet. The proposed house will be 29.6 feet from average existing grade to peak. The height of the new home conforms to the ordinance and does not require a height variance. -Kris Aaker, Assistant City Planner

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