On Monday, January 9, 2023, City Council adopted the Proposed Zoning Code for the city of Brooklyn. The Code was developed based on the city’s Master Plan and will now be placed on the May 2023 ballot for a referendum vote. The full Code and Zoning Map can be viewed here.
The draft version of the full proposed Zoning Code is complete and will next go through the review, input, and approval process. To see the Draft Zoning Code and proposed Zoning Map, please visit our Phase 4 page.
Our final Open House was held Tuesday, September 13 where we presented our Draft Zoning Code! Our consultants from McBride Dale Clarion were on site and answered questions about updates and changes to Brooklyn’s Zoning Code. View the Zoning Chapter Summaries, here.
Watch the latest update from McBride Dale Clarion (MDC) on Brooklyn’s new Zoning Code Draft from our August 2, 2022 work session with City Council.
At our recent Open House, McBride Dale Clarion highlighted proposed changes and updates to our Zoning Code. These proposed changes will align our city more closely with our 2020 Master Plan. The Zoning Boards displayed at the Open House are linked below. Zoning Map Zoning Map Changes Parking & Loading Landscaping & Buffering Development &Continue reading “Open House Recap”
Join us Thursday, June 23 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm at the Senior Center for an Open House where we will have the latest draft of the Zoning Code, along with updates on the process. Consultants from McBride Dale Clarion and representatives from the City of Brooklyn will be available to answer any questions. WeContinue reading “You’re invited: June 23 Open House”
McBride Dale Clairion (MDC) consultant Liz Fields presented the most recent Zoning Code Updates to City Council on Thursday, June 2, 2022. Watch the full presentation here:
Liz Fields, from McBride Dale Clairion (MDC) presented the most recent Zoning Code Updates to City Council on Thursday, April 28, 2022, focusing on the current phase of the project and how Brooklyn’s Zoning Code will align with the city’s Master Plan. Watch Liz’s presentation to City Council in the video below.
Some parcels are proposed to be rezoned to reflect current uses and the zoning of adjacent parcels. Certain uses that were not previously addressed in Brooklyn’s zoning code have been added, revised, or clarified.
There are no new proposed dwelling-house, apartment-house, or multi-family-planned-development districts. Several uses that were not previously addressed in the city’s code, however, have been proposed.