Due to the provisions of the Governor's Executive Orders N-25-20 and N-29-20 which suspend certain requirements of the Brown Act, and the order of the Health Officer of the County of Sonoma to shelter in place to minimize the spread of COVID-19, until further notice the City Council will be using Zoom Webinars to host City Council Meetings. Virtual public participation will be outlined on City Council Agendas.  Go to srcity.org/VirtualParticipation for more information on virtual meeting public participation.
 
Other News: eComment is now active for City Council Meeting Agendas! Click here to view eComment instructions.

Attention Mac User for Google Chrome Version 61.0.3163.100: In order to view attachments on agendas, hold down the Control key and using your mouse track-pad select the attachment you would like to view. Then select the option to Open Link in New Tab.

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
Please note: this meeting's minutes have not been finalized yet. Actions taken on legislation and their results are not available.
Meeting Name: Planning Commission Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/2/2020 4:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: City Hall, Council Chamber, 100 Santa Rosa Avenue
SPECIAL MEETING
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Not available  
Agenda packet: Not available
Attachments:
File #Ver.Agenda #NameTypeTitleActionResultAction DetailsVideo
20-014PC 13.1October 22, 2020 - Draft MinutesPC- MinutesOctober 22, 2020 - Draft Minutes   Not available Video Video
20-151PC 110.1DTASP PCPC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - DOWNTOWN STATION AREA SPECIFIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION PACKAGE - FILE NOS. ST18-002 & REZ20-008 (CONTINUED FROM OCTOBER 22, 2020) BACKGROUND: The Santa Rosa Zoning Code implements the goals and policies of the General Plan by classifying and regulating land use and the development of structures within the City. The proposed Zoning Code amendments seek to: (1) create new zoning districts and associated development standards within the DSASP area (2) generate new DSASP combining districts to implement the transition zone standards, (3) implement the design standards of the DSASP, (4) update the Historic Combining District with additional preservation district character defining elements, (5) modify the Landmark Alteration and Design Review process to clarify and streamline the development process in the City, and (6) make necessary additions or clarifications to specific land use regulations. The amendments to the General Plan and Downtown Station Area Specific Plan are required following Council’s amendment to the Resolution adopting the Downtown Station Area Specific   Not available Video Video
20-151PC 110.1DTASP PCPC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - DOWNTOWN STATION AREA SPECIFIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION PACKAGE - FILE NOS. ST18-002 & REZ20-008 (CONTINUED FROM OCTOBER 22, 2020) BACKGROUND: The Santa Rosa Zoning Code implements the goals and policies of the General Plan by classifying and regulating land use and the development of structures within the City. The proposed Zoning Code amendments seek to: (1) create new zoning districts and associated development standards within the DSASP area (2) generate new DSASP combining districts to implement the transition zone standards, (3) implement the design standards of the DSASP, (4) update the Historic Combining District with additional preservation district character defining elements, (5) modify the Landmark Alteration and Design Review process to clarify and streamline the development process in the City, and (6) make necessary additions or clarifications to specific land use regulations. The amendments to the General Plan and Downtown Station Area Specific Plan are required following Council’s amendment to the Resolution adopting the Downtown Station Area Specific   Not available Video Video
20-151PC 110.1DTASP PCPC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - DOWNTOWN STATION AREA SPECIFIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION PACKAGE - FILE NOS. ST18-002 & REZ20-008 (CONTINUED FROM OCTOBER 22, 2020) BACKGROUND: The Santa Rosa Zoning Code implements the goals and policies of the General Plan by classifying and regulating land use and the development of structures within the City. The proposed Zoning Code amendments seek to: (1) create new zoning districts and associated development standards within the DSASP area (2) generate new DSASP combining districts to implement the transition zone standards, (3) implement the design standards of the DSASP, (4) update the Historic Combining District with additional preservation district character defining elements, (5) modify the Landmark Alteration and Design Review process to clarify and streamline the development process in the City, and (6) make necessary additions or clarifications to specific land use regulations. The amendments to the General Plan and Downtown Station Area Specific Plan are required following Council’s amendment to the Resolution adopting the Downtown Station Area Specific   Not available Video Video
20-151PC 110.1DTASP PCPC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - DOWNTOWN STATION AREA SPECIFIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION PACKAGE - FILE NOS. ST18-002 & REZ20-008 (CONTINUED FROM OCTOBER 22, 2020) BACKGROUND: The Santa Rosa Zoning Code implements the goals and policies of the General Plan by classifying and regulating land use and the development of structures within the City. The proposed Zoning Code amendments seek to: (1) create new zoning districts and associated development standards within the DSASP area (2) generate new DSASP combining districts to implement the transition zone standards, (3) implement the design standards of the DSASP, (4) update the Historic Combining District with additional preservation district character defining elements, (5) modify the Landmark Alteration and Design Review process to clarify and streamline the development process in the City, and (6) make necessary additions or clarifications to specific land use regulations. The amendments to the General Plan and Downtown Station Area Specific Plan are required following Council’s amendment to the Resolution adopting the Downtown Station Area Specific   Not available Video Video