Residential Variances

This page is intended to collect public input on Residential Variances that are to be heard by the Planning Commission. Comments submitted will provide feedback to the Planning Commission to be considered. Each page includes the information that was submitted by the applicant. The feedback provided for each project will be given to the Planning Commission for their consideration. The page is open for feedback up until the noon on the Tuesday prior to the Planning Commission public hearing.


To Leave Feedback:

  • Select the subject property below
  • Click on the plus sign on the left side of the map
  • Drag/drop the pin where you live
  • Enter your comment


This page is intended to collect public input on Residential Variances that are to be heard by the Planning Commission. Comments submitted will provide feedback to the Planning Commission to be considered. Each page includes the information that was submitted by the applicant. The feedback provided for each project will be given to the Planning Commission for their consideration. The page is open for feedback up until the noon on the Tuesday prior to the Planning Commission public hearing.


To Leave Feedback:

  • Select the subject property below
  • Click on the plus sign on the left side of the map
  • Drag/drop the pin where you live
  • Enter your comment


If you have comments about a current project, please visit the projects tab to leave input. All other questions related to residential variances in general and the process can be submitted here. 

Q&A

  • Can the community ask questions about specific projects in the Q and A?

    about 2 months ago

    Yes they can!

  • What is the current stormwater storage capacity in the back yard?

    jon144 asked about 1 month ago

    Hi,

    I assume this question is in reference to 4209 Crocker Avenue. The existing volume below the 871.00’ elevation in the rear yard is 25,131 cubic feet. 

    Local flood standard requires no net increase in risk to adjacent properties. The applicant proposes compensatory storage to meet this requirement. The applicant proposes 25,190 cubic feet of storage in the rear yard via underground storage and basin. 

    Best,

    Zuleyka Marquez, PE, Graduate Engineeer