North Neighborhood R-2 Zoning Amendments

SURVEY RESULTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW - PLEASE SEE THE DOCUMENT CENTER TAB

Thank you everyone who took our survey! It is very helpful to gather feedback on design elements that may help future development better match the North Neighborhood. We are still going through the feedback to determine which elements should change and which new elements should be added. Thank you for visiting the site and providing your thoughts.

The North Neighborhood Plan establishes goals to ensure that both new development and additions to existing structures complement the character of the area. A key strategy outlined in the plan is to address compatibility of new development both in terms of design and bulk. With these facts in mind, the City has begun a process to introduce potential zoning standards that address the bulk and mass on all new single-family and multi-family construction in the areas of the neighborhood zoned R-2.

Over the course of the last few months, the planning division has researched characteristics and elements of design in the North Neighborhood that, if regulated properly, can help unify new construction in the future. The North Neighborhood is historically home to a wide-variety of architectural types and design elements both single-family and multi-family. However, there are characteristics present in the neighborhood that are uniform. These include elements such as roof pitch, entryway orientation, and overall lot coverage.

The North Neighborhood has historically hosted single-family, duplex, and multi-family construction. In addition, the North Neighborhood Plan establishes goals that preserve single-family, duplex, and multi-family development. With this in mind, the planning division will not pursue a process to down-zone the neighborhood and will instead focus on the look and feel of the structures within the context of the neighborhood.

We look forward to hearing from you in regards to this process. Thank you for your time and effort.

Height and Setback Requirements

City of Golden Zoning Map


SURVEY RESULTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW - PLEASE SEE THE DOCUMENT CENTER TAB

Thank you everyone who took our survey! It is very helpful to gather feedback on design elements that may help future development better match the North Neighborhood. We are still going through the feedback to determine which elements should change and which new elements should be added. Thank you for visiting the site and providing your thoughts.

The North Neighborhood Plan establishes goals to ensure that both new development and additions to existing structures complement the character of the area. A key strategy outlined in the plan is to address compatibility of new development both in terms of design and bulk. With these facts in mind, the City has begun a process to introduce potential zoning standards that address the bulk and mass on all new single-family and multi-family construction in the areas of the neighborhood zoned R-2.

Over the course of the last few months, the planning division has researched characteristics and elements of design in the North Neighborhood that, if regulated properly, can help unify new construction in the future. The North Neighborhood is historically home to a wide-variety of architectural types and design elements both single-family and multi-family. However, there are characteristics present in the neighborhood that are uniform. These include elements such as roof pitch, entryway orientation, and overall lot coverage.

The North Neighborhood has historically hosted single-family, duplex, and multi-family construction. In addition, the North Neighborhood Plan establishes goals that preserve single-family, duplex, and multi-family development. With this in mind, the planning division will not pursue a process to down-zone the neighborhood and will instead focus on the look and feel of the structures within the context of the neighborhood.

We look forward to hearing from you in regards to this process. Thank you for your time and effort.

Height and Setback Requirements

City of Golden Zoning Map