City of Austin CodeNEXT
High-Density Zoning in Heritage
All properties in Heritage will be impacted by the City’s rezoning of Heritage from single-family to much greater density in its recently released “CodeNEXT” zoning plan – no SF-3 remains. The proposed zoning changes would allow a developer to shoehorn 5 residential units onto one lot while prohibiting residential uses on major streets.
POSSIBLE IMPACTS TO YOU:
- Change in Property Values
- Change in Neighborhood Character
- Increased Density and Use Permitted (and related issues of noise, traffic, and street parking)
What YOU can DO to Become Informed and Ensure YOUR Interests are Served
Heritage NA previously voted to support the Central Austin Combined neighborhood plan
The Central Austin Combined neighborhood plan should be incorporated into CodeNext as it achieves a balanced approach, supportive of greater density in the University Neighborhood Overlay and along corridors, while preserving the diverse characteristics of this neighborhood.
Come to the CodeNEXT Zone Mapping Open House
City Council District 9 (Area Represented by Kathie Tovo) When: Saturday June 3rd, 10:00am – Noon
Where: Austin City Hall, 301 W, 2nd St – Free Parking
Come to the Heritage Neighborhood Association meeting
When: Monday June 5, 7 p.m.
Where: Pioneer Bank Community Room, entered from the back of 623 W. 38th St.
HNA will vote to ratify a resolution about CodeNEXT to share with the Mayor, City Council and other City of Austin decision makers.
Leave comments on the City of Austin CodeNEXT Maps
Deadline: July 7th https://codenext.engagingplans.org/codenext-comparison-map
See the text boxes near the bottom of the page. Comments added there will be reviewed by city staff in their work with the consultants in preparing second drafts.
Leave comments on the City of Austin CodeNEXT Text
Deadline: June 7th
Comment on the Code Document: https://codenext.civicomment.org