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The Community Commercial (CC) zone allows for a maximum building height of sixty (60) feet. Do you support changing the allowed height to forty-five (45) foot maximum building height in the Northend, Southside and/or Sunnyside neighborhoods?

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Do you support changing the zoning designation of properties with the Community Commercial (CC) that allows a maximum building height of sixty (60) feet to the new Neighborhood Community Commercial (NCC) zone with a maximum building height of forty-five (45) feet?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 81.0% 51
No 17.5% 11
Neutral 1.6% 1

What neighborhoods properties with the existing Community Commercial (CC) zone should be limited to forty-five (45) feet?

Response Percent Response Count
Northend, Southside, and Sunnyside properties 81.0% 51
Sunnyside properties only 1.6% 1
No property should be limited to forty-five (45) feet. Keep the existing allowed sixty (60) feet. 17.5% 11

Do you support keeping certain properties that abut and/or are adjacent to commercial corridor streets, e.g. N Fourth St, E Cedar Ave etc, zoned Community Commercial (CC) with a maximum building height of sixty (60) feet? (Please note that specific streets and properties have not been determined.)

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 23.8% 15
No 68.3% 43
Neutral 7.9% 5

Do you have any additional comments that you would like to share with the City Staff, Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council?

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July 24, 2020, 1:51 PM
  • Do you support changing the zoning designation of properties with the Community Commercial (CC) that allows a maximum building height of sixty (60) feet to the new Neighborhood Community Commercial (NCC) zone with a maximum building height of forty-five (45) feet?
    • Yes
  • What neighborhoods properties with the existing Community Commercial (CC) zone should be limited to forty-five (45) feet?
    • Northend, Southside, and Sunnyside properties
  • Do you support keeping certain properties that abut and/or are adjacent to commercial corridor streets, e.g. N Fourth St, E Cedar Ave etc, zoned Community Commercial (CC) with a maximum building height of sixty (60) feet? (Please note that specific streets and properties have not been determined.)
    • No
  • Do you have any additional comments that you would like to share with the City Staff, Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council?

    the new neighborhood community commercial category seems entirely reasonable and an excellent way to preserve the character of Flagstaff while enabling density.

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Below is a link to a map of the properties in the Northend, Southside, and Sunnyside neighborhoods that are currently zoning Community Commercial (CC):

Northend, Southside, and Sunnyside Community Commercial (CC) map.

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