Community leaders in the Tier One Neighborhood Coalition met on Nov. 4, 2017 at the Westfall Library to learn how the San Antonio Comprehensive Plan and the Corridor Plans will affect residential areas and the broader community.
District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño spoke to neighborhood concerns about how the SATomorrow and Corridor planning process will impact zoning. Chrissy McCain, District 1 Director of Land Use and Neighborhood Planning, fielded questions about Treviño's Council Consideration Requests for city staff to examine and solve neighborhood zoning issues. (scroll down for more detail on his CCRs)
Trinity University Professor Christine Drennon gave a presentation about the on the SA Corridor Plans and how they affect future land use. Drennon also talked about the demographics of the city's projected population growth.
Anyone can replay a complete video of the meeting right here, thanks to support from the Jefferson Woodlawn Lake Community Development Corporation.
Here are links to more information about the neighborhood zoning CCRs filed by Treviño:
- Large Area Rezoning: Request that the zoning be changed to match the current use.
- Infill Development Zone: Assure that city maintains a "community compatibility"
- Request to Discuss and Propose Solutions to Current Issues Facing Multi-Family Zoning Designations
- Request for more inspections at Senior Living Centers
- Demolition Restriction for Historic Districts and Neighborhood Conservation Districts