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Updated Town and Village of Middleburgh Comprehensive Plan
Date Added: Monday, June 11, 2018
Comprehensive Planning, Economic Development, Flood Prevention, Historic Preservation, Land Use Planning, Open Space Preservation, Solar Energy, Farmland Protection & Preservation    
New York
Municipal
The Town and Village of Middleburgh, New York’s 2015 Comprehensive Plan calls for commercial-scale solar farms to be allowed through a Special Use Permit and that standards be applied to this use that ensures consistency with the scenic, environmental, and agricultural needs of the community. According to the plan, modifications to the community’s zoning ordinance should be made to ensure that these farms do not create negative aesthetic impacts and or direct glare onto roads or neighboring properties. The Plan also calls for the Town’s zoning .. Read More
Air Quality Liability
Date Added: Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Transportation & Land Use Planning, Healthy Communities, Vulnerable Populations    
New York
Municipal
Buffalo holds not only violators of the ordinances responsible and liable for infringements, but they also hold owners, proprietors, lessors, agents, tenants, managers, superintendents, captains, etc. responsible and liable for any unlawful emission... Read More
Unified Development Regulations
Date Added: Thursday, August 12, 2021
Affordable Housing , Mixed/Multiple Use, Density, Infill    
Vermont
Municipal
The zoning code was amended to create a mixed-use residential district to promote infill while also maintaining community character. This technique would allow for much of the zoning code, and therefore community, to remain the same while certain aspects are changed to promote Missing Middle development. The city targets affordable housing as a major factor in this development... Read More
PEW Health Informed Decisions Toolkit
Date Added: Thursday, August 12, 2021
Healthy Communities, Health Impact Assessments    
State: Not Applicable
N/A
PEW developed a toolkit of strategies that local governments are implementing to make better health-conscious decisions. You can search by type of strategy, geographically, research method, and more. The goal is by having a constantly updated health toolkit, local governments can see what other municipalities are doing to make better health choices when it comes to housing, education, and planning. .. Read More
Hillsborough County, FL Extensive HIA Process
Date Added: Thursday, August 12, 2021
Healthy Communities, Health Impact Assessments    
Florida
Regional - Multiple Municipalities
There is an extensive required Health Impact Assessment (HIA) process in Hillsborough County, Florida for any public projects that are proposed to the planning board. Hillsborough County has a six step HIA program, similar to an Environmental Impact Statement, which consists of a screening phase, scoping phase, assessment phase, recommendations phase, reporting phase, and monitoring phase. For all public projects being developed in the county, an HIA must first be completed before construction begins in order to mitigate the public health effec.. Read More
Phoenix's Transit Oriented Development Strategic Policy Framework
Date Added: Thursday, August 12, 2021
Transportation & Land Use Planning, Healthy Communities, Complete Streets, Equity    
Arizona
Municipal
This document describes the opportunity for transit-oriented development (TOD) for Phoenix. Specifically, it calls for a by-right zoning codes to create shorter and more predictable construction timelines. Form-based standards are promoted. Specifically, the document suggests increasing the permitted height of buildings within a quarter-mile radius of light rail stations and creating a minimum of 30 percent of housing units dedicated to long-term affordability in TOD zones. The update to this document also includes a portion on equity... Read More
Miami, FL Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning
Date Added: Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Affordable Housing , Incentive Zoning, Healthy Communities    
Florida
Municipal
Passed a mandatory inclusionary zoning ordinance in 2018 that requires affordable units in a certain 30-block district. Because the city ranked lowest in the country for affordable rental units and climate change is forcing residents inland, Miami chose to pass this ordinance. Now, rental developments within the zone must have a minimum 7% affordable or 14% workforce housing. Both of these are designated for households earning 80% less AMI. Developers will be permitted to increase project square footage if they fulfill this requirement. In Miam.. Read More