Map for Mobile, the City’s comprehensive plan, was drafted and adopted through a community-driven process and offers a vision for preservation, revitalization, and growth. Most importantly, it includes realizable action steps to ensure that vision become reality.
As a major step toward implementing the plan, an overhaul of the City’s zoning codes is underway. Below you can learn about the process, and view and comment on draft work products.
Technical Advisory Committee
Mayor Stimpson has appointed 15 members to the new Zoning Technical Advisory Committee represented by individuals from the corporate, environmental, and academic communities, as well as from neighborhood and civic groups. The Zoning Technical Advisory Committee will be responsible for providing review and comment to the City and its planning consultants regarding the zoning code, as drafts are prepared.
|2)||Mobile Board of Adjustment||Bill||Guess|
|4)||Downtown Mobile Alliance||Karrie||Maurin|
|5)||Mobile Restaurant Association||Bob||O’Mainsky|
|6)||Mobile County Commission||Matthew||Barclift|
|7)||Mobile Area Water and Sewer Service||Daryl||Russell|
|9)||Keller Williams Realty||Becca||Shaw|
|10)||Barton & Shumer Engineering, LLC||David||Shumer|
|11)||Mobile Bay NEP||Roberta||Swann|
|12)||Merrill P. Thomas Real Estate Co.||Pratt||Thomas|
|13)||Maynard, Cooper & Gayle||Jay||Watkins|
|14)||Wattier Surveying Co.||Mark||Wattier|
|15)||Sam Winter Real Estate Co.||Sam||Winter|
The draft zoning code updates will be prepared as a series of modules according to the following schedule. Draft modules will be posted on this page for public comment.
- Article 2: Development and Design Standards (Draft September 21, 2017)
- Article 3: Zoning District Standards (Draft October, 10, 2017)
- Table of Uses Matrix (Draft October, 10, 2017)
- Article 4: Development Standards (October 13, 2017)
- Article 5: Procedures & Platting (Draft October 10, 2017)
- Article 6: Signs (Draft September 21, 2017)
- Article 10: Definitions (Draft October 16, 2017)