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Last Updated: 2019-04-10





VUU/Chamberlayne Neighborhood Rezoning

In order to achieve the vision of the adopted VUU/Chamberlayne Neighborhood Plan, the City of Richmond plans to rezone parts of Lombardy Street and Chamberlayne Avenue.

For an overview of the rezoning and what it means for the neighborhood, please refer to this summary.

Please send any comments or questions on this proposal to Anne Darby at Anne.Darby@Richmondgov.com, or reach by phone at (804) 646-5648.

Please join Planning and Development Review staff at one of these two open houses to discuss the rezoning:

  • Fourth Police Precinct, 2219 Chamberlayne Avenue, Richmond VA 23222
     
    • Tuesday, April 23, 2019
      5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
       
    • Thursday, April 25, 2019
      11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
       

Pulse Corridor Plan Rezonings

One of the immediate goals for implementation of the Pulse Corridor Plan is to rezone the six priority station areas in the Plan: Cleveland Street, Science Museum, Allison Street, Arts District, Main Street Station, and Orleans. The City has begun the city-initiated rezoning process based on the guidance provided in the Pulse Corridor Plan, including a series of public open houses.

The Monroe Ward and Scotts's Addition Neighborhoods are also part of the Pulse Corridor Plan rezonings.

Monroe Ward Rezoning

The Department of Planning and Development Review hosted two public open houses regarding the rezoning of Monroe Ward on Saturday, November 17th, 2018 and Monday, November 19th, 2018.

The Department of Planning & Development Review hosted two public open houses on July 10th, 2017 and July 17th, 2017 and is processing the feedback we have received and formulating next steps.

  • Packet from the July 10, 2017 meeting [11.14 MB], which includes: zoning summary sheet, map of existing zoning, map of future land use, map of proposed zoning, and informational maps of National Register Historic Districts, City Old & Historic Districts, and surface parking within the downtown; as well as a comment sheet distributed at the meeting.
     
  • Please send any comments or questions on this proposal to William Palmquist at William.Palmquist@Richmondgov.com, or reach by phone at (804) 646-6307.

Scott’s Addition Rezoning

On September 25th, 2017 City Council passed the ordinances to amend the zoning ordinance and the zoning map to rezone Scott’s Addition. Materials related to Ordinance 2017-150, which created the new TOD-1 zoning district can be found here. Materials related to Ordinance 2017-151, which remapped the zoning districts can be found here.

Final Adopted Scott’s Addition Rezoning Map Click on map image to enlarge view or to download map document [3 MB]

The materials from the May 24, 2017 Open House can be found here:

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