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UDC Plant List

By Map for Mobile, UDC
The City is beginning the adoption process for a new zoning code, the Unified Development Code (UDC), that will implement the vision in Map for Mobile. Included in the code is a list of approved plantings that support and enhance the city's natural features. View the UDC Plant List Learn about the code and provide feedback for consideration during the adoption process. UDC Next Steps During the adoption process, the public, City Staff, and elected officials will review Version 4 and incorporate any final revisions endorsed during the hearings. Alabama state law requires at least two public hearings for adoption...
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UDC Adoption Process Begins

By Map for Mobile, UDC
Updated January 7, 2021 The City is beginning the adoption process for a new zoning code that will implement the vision in Map for Mobile. Learn about the code and provide feedback for consideration during the adoption process. View the summary of changes and responses to comments on UDC version 3 First Public Hearing February 25, 2021 at 2:00 pm The Mobile City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing and take public comment on the proposed Unified Development Code (UDC). Alabama state law requires at least two public hearings for adoption – one with the Planning Commission and one...
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Thank you for participating!

By Map for Mobile, UDC
Thank you to everyone who submitted comments during the public review for UDC version 3. We appreciate the large amount of interest and thoughtful comments on the draft regulations. We are now in the process of reviewing and addressing the comments, and preparing the UDC for adoption. UDC Next Steps Over the next 30 days, we will be incorporating feedback and preparing the final draft UDC (version 4). In September, we anticipate releasing UDC version 4 to the Planning Commission and the public, along with a document that responds to comments on UDC version 3. When UDC version 4 is released...
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UDC v3 Public Review Begins

By Map for Mobile, UDC
UDC version 3 information went live on this site on March 16th. Due to COVID-19, the official public comment period did not begin at that time. To continue to move forward on this important work, the City has organized a series of virtual meetings and online tools to learn about the code and provide feedback. Official Public Comment Period: May 28 - June 28 UDC articles and summary of changesUDC presentation slides (Updated June 4) Virtual Presentations Zoning Technical Advisory Committee Meeting May 28 • 2:00 pm Livestream presentation Virtual Community Meeting June 3 • 3:30 pm Register for the...
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Mobile UDC Version 3 Summary cover

Unified Development Code v3 is now available for comment

By Map for Mobile, UDC
The zoning code overhaul, known as the Unified Development Code (UDC), is the result of nearly three years of effort to modernize the City’s 1960s-era land use regulations and implement the community’s vision in Map for Mobile, our comprehensive plan. Based on a large amount of community feedback on draft Version 2, the current draft UDC (now version 3) has been significantly revised. We look forward to engaging with citizens and businesses in the City of Mobile, as we take the next steps with this important action item from the Map for Mobile process. UDC version 3 information went live...
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Map for Mobile Status Report To The Community

The Annual Status Report to the Community is being provided to the Mobile City Planning Commission for review

By Map for Mobile, news

Map for Mobile, the City’s comprehensive plan, lays out an exciting vision for Mobile’s long-term preservation, revitalization, and growth. Adopted in November 2015, the plan’s principles, goals, and policies aim to strengthen neighborhoods, improve mobility, promote economic development, protect our environment, and create a quality built environment. Less than three years since the plan was adopted, the City has been successful both in implementing dozens of specific recommendations of the plan, but more importantly, in affecting positive change in each of those areas. This report summarizes that progress. The summary will be presented to the Planning Commission at their next meeting…

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