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Future Land Use Plan and Major Street Plan Adopted

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As directed by the Map for Mobile, the Mobile City Planning Commission adopted the City of Mobile’s new Future Land Use Map, Future Land Use Plan, Major Street Plan, and the Zoning District Correspondence Matrix this month. These documents build upon the comprehensive planning vision and guidance established by the City’s comprehensive plan, and provide a solid foundation for the drafting of a new zoning code for the City. view the adopted plans [x_gap size=”1.313em”] [x_button shape=”rounded” size=”large” float=”none” href=”http://mapformobile.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/062917_MapForMobile_AppendixG_FLUPMSP.pdf” info=”none” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover”]Future Land Use Plan and Major Street Plan document[/x_button] [x_button shape=”rounded” size=”large” float=”none” href=”http://mapformobile.org/2017/04/draft-future-land-use-map-flum/mobilemappingbase-wflum_may262017/” info=”none” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover”]Future Land…

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Updated Zoning, FLUM & MSP Meeting

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WHAT IS THE EVENT? The City is updating the zoning, Future Land Use Map (FLUM), and Major Street Plan (MSP), to implement the Map for Mobile vision. Drafts of the updated FLUM and MSP will be presented on Thursday, April 6, at 6 p.m. in the gymnasium of Government Street Baptist Church.   WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND? All Mobile citizens are encouraged to attend this important presentation and learn about the new documents that will shape the future of the City of Mobile. These documents will pave the way for future generations.   WHAT WILL HAPPEN AT THE OPEN HOUSE?…

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New City-Wide Zoning Code In Progress

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[line] [column type=”two-thirds” fade_animation=”in” fade_animation_offset=”45px”] WHAT IS THE EVENT? This open house serves as a continuation of Map for Mobile, the City’s Comprehensive Plan. The City’s current zoning and development ordinances date back to the 1960s, and in order to implement the vision outlined in Map for Mobile, we need to adopt new regulations. These new ordinances will help to preserve, revitalize, and grow the city – enhancing the overall quality-of-life in Mobile. WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND? Every property in the city is zoned and subject to regulations which affect land uses, parking, street features, and building design. Your input…

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