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Zoning Changes

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Zoning Changes, from most recent to least.

DC Office of Planning Proposes By-Right Conversions to Residential

DC Office of Planning Proposes By-Right Conversions to Residential

Nena Perry-Brown | January 4th

The rule change would apply to buildings constructed after November 1978 in mixed-use and downtown zones.... read»

Arlington County Approves Expanding Ground-Floor Uses Along Columbia Pike

Arlington County Approves Expanding Ground-Floor Uses Along Columbia Pike

Nena Perry-Brown | November 15th 2021

The Arlington County Board approved updates to the county zoning code to make it easier to incorporate ground-floor uses along the corridor.... read»

From Homes to Performance Spaces, How a Zoning Change Could Transform DC Alleys

From Homes to Performance Spaces, How a Zoning Change Could Transform DC Alleys

Nena Perry-Brown | June 4th 2020

Proposed zoning amendments would enable more construction on alley lots, and create the potential for public performances there.... read»

A Bill in Montgomery County Aims to Power 50,000 Homes With Solar Energy

A Bill in Montgomery County Aims to Power 50,000 Homes With Solar Energy

Nena Perry-Brown | January 22nd 2020

Councilmember Hans Riemer and Council Vice President Tom Hucker introduced a bill to permit community solar farms on up to 2% of the 93,000 acres the ... read»

A Case for Commercial at DC's Self-Storage Facilities

A Case for Commercial at DC's Self-Storage Facilities

Nena Perry-Brown | January 21st 2020

A proposed zoning text amendment would require new self-storage facilities in DC's PDR zones to activate the ground floor.... read»

Expanded Inclusionary Zoning Program Could Include Areas of Flexibility

Expanded Inclusionary Zoning Program Could Include Areas of Flexibility

Nena Perry-Brown | January 7th 2020

The Zoning Commission is expected to set down the proposed IZ expansion for a public hearing.... read»

DC Agency May Restrict Construction in Areas That May Eventually Be Underwater

DC Agency May Restrict Construction in Areas That May Eventually Be Underwater

Nena Perry-Brown | January 6th 2020

The Department of Energy and Environment is considering changes to the floodplain regulations which would restrict construction in areas expected to b... read»

Could Carver Langston Get DC's First RF-4 Zone?

Could Carver Langston Get DC's First RF-4 Zone?

Nena Perry-Brown | November 13th 2019

This zone identification is aimed at maintaining the appearance of an area's existing housing stock. ... read»

DC Hearing on Short-Term Rentals Raises More Questions

DC Hearing on Short-Term Rentals Raises More Questions

Nena Perry-Brown | October 18th 2019

The Zoning Commission is expected to rule on short-term rentals next week.... read»

DC Council Chair Applies for Short-Term Rental Zoning Amendment

DC Council Chair Applies for Short-Term Rental Zoning Amendment

Nena Perry-Brown | July 29th 2019

Two months before a short-term rental regulation bill is scheduled to be implemented in DC, the Council is nudging the Zoning Commission to permit sho... read»

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