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Zoning Changes

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

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... 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... read »

Why There Could Be A Lot More Accessory Dwellings Coming to  Montgomery County

Why There Could Be A Lot More Accessory Dwellings Coming to Montgomery County

Nena Perry-Brown | July 24th 2019

Depending on who you ask, Montgomery County took a major step toward single-family houses becoming an endangered class of real estate  on Tuesday. ... read »

New Zoning Amendments Could Result in Artist Performances and More Homes in DC’s Alleys

New Zoning Amendments Could Result in Artist Performances and More Homes in DC’s Alleys

Nena Perry-Brown | July 2nd 2019

The new amendments intend to help address the city's housing needs and serve the aims of the Cultural Plan. ... read »

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