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Last Updated: 2017-10-24








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.

Monroe Ward Rezoning

The Department of Planning & Development Review hosted two public open houses on July 10th 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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