Land Use Map Amendment and Zoning Audit

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In order to fulfill many of the other current initiatives happening in Page, the City is going to update and refine the future land use plan. This will allow key development to be consistent with the future land use designations and allow the appropriate land uses to be assigned for areas in which generic categories currently exist. The update will also consider ways to support the other tasks outlined in the initiatives. The City is in a unique position in regards to the amount of land it owns within the City’s boundary. Capitalizing on land availability, the future land use plan will include policies that support the appropriate use, access, density, connectivity, and pedestrian activity level to enhance the community from economic, social, and health standpoints. The consultant team will also work with staff to develop definitions for land use types such as Future Development.

The update will assess changes to land use since the last update; projected changes to land use; and a desired land use balance to support housing, economic, and community needs, all of which will inform the new future land use map. The team will also examine the future land use categories and general zoning categories, and will provide recommended changes to both so as to facilitate strategic objectives.

In order to fulfill many of the other current initiatives happening in Page, the City is going to update and refine the future land use plan. This will allow key development to be consistent with the future land use designations and allow the appropriate land uses to be assigned for areas in which generic categories currently exist. The update will also consider ways to support the other tasks outlined in the initiatives. The City is in a unique position in regards to the amount of land it owns within the City’s boundary. Capitalizing on land availability, the future land use plan will include policies that support the appropriate use, access, density, connectivity, and pedestrian activity level to enhance the community from economic, social, and health standpoints. The consultant team will also work with staff to develop definitions for land use types such as Future Development.

The update will assess changes to land use since the last update; projected changes to land use; and a desired land use balance to support housing, economic, and community needs, all of which will inform the new future land use map. The team will also examine the future land use categories and general zoning categories, and will provide recommended changes to both so as to facilitate strategic objectives.