City, Community Begin to Update 30-Year-Old Land Code

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By Stephanie Myers | May 7, 2013

The last time the Austin Land Development Code was rewritten was in 1984; the population was 392,000. About 30 years – and 450,000 people – later, as part of the Imagine Austin Comprehensive Plan, city and community officials have decided it’s about time to give the code another look.

Members of the Land Development Code Revision Team met last week with members of the Central Texas Chapter of the Congress New Urbanism (CNU-CTX) and residents to discuss why this is happening, what the process will look like and how the community can get involved.

The City of Austin will be holding multiple meetings throughout the process to keep the community informed and to solicit its feedback. For information on future meetings, make sure to check the Land Development Code website frequently by clicking here.

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2013/05/08 at 10:19 am

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