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Meeting Name: Design Review Board/Cultural Heritage Board Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/21/2020 5:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: City Hall, Council Chamber 100 Santa Rosa Ave Santa Rosa, CA 95404
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20-144DRB 16.1Downtown Station Area Specific Plan- Zoning Code and Design Guidelines Amendment Package (DRB/CHB)DRB- Agenda ItemCONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING - DOWNTOWN STATION AREA SPECIFIC PLAN DESIGN GUIDELINES AND ZONING CODE CONSISTENCY AMENDMENTS - FILE NO. ST20-002 (CONTINUED FROM OCTOBER 15, 2020) BACKGROUND: Following consideration of an update to the Downtown Station Area Specific Plan (DSASP) by the City Council in October 2020, Section 2 of the Design Guidelines covering the Downtown Station Area are proposed to be updated to (1) reflect new guidelines from the DSASP, (2) remove design concepts addressed by the standards of the DSASP, and (3) eliminate redundancy and overlap that exists in the 2002 document. The proposed Zoning Code amendments seek to: (1) implement the design standards of the DSASP, (2) update the Historic Combining District with additional preservation district character defining elements, and (3) modify the Landmark Alteration and Design Review process. Presenter: Amy Nicholson, Senior Planner   Not available Video Video