Please provide feedback on whether the City of Fremont should consider additional size and design limitations for existing single-family residential neighborhoods.
The City of Fremont currently limits the size of homes in single-family neighborhoods through a combination of setbacks, height limits, and lot coverage restrictions. The City also addresses potential compatibility concerns through the application of design rules and guidelines. Recently, concerns have been expressed that additions to existing smaller homes, in particular two-story additions, are out of scale with existing neighborhoods and may impact the privacy and solar access for existing homes. City Council has requested staff to evaluate potential additional limitations on the size and design of single-family home additions. To receive updates on this topic, sign up for our email list here.
The City would like to know what Fremont residents think about this topic.
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The City of Fremont is sharing the feedback we receive with our Planning staff, and they will complete a draft proposal by May 12, 2017, and post it here: www.Fremont.gov/AdditionLimitations. Staff will continue to take written comments and suggestions on the draft proposal through Friday, May 26, 2017, when they will complete a final draft for consideration at two public hearings: a Planning Commission meeting tentatively scheduled for Thursday, June 8, 2017, and a City Council meeting tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, July 11, 2017. To receive updates, sign up here for our email list for this topic.
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