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Name not available inside City Limits July 8, 2020, 11:19 AM

7/8 @ 11:18, testing the functionality of this platform. Can anyone upvote?

Name not shown 1 to 2 miles July 8, 2020, 8:09 AM

To what extent do the goals surrounding public safety involve increased funding for the police department, as opposed to resources devoted to alleviating poverty and other causes of low-level crime?

Name not shown inside City Limits July 8, 2020, 7:38 AM

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 value of Flagstaff is the nature and wild lands. The taller structures obstruct views from everyone.

Name not shown inside City Limits July 8, 2020, 7:17 AM

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?
Other than Milton Ave and portion W. Rt 66 corridor, keep citywide building heights at 45’. I support the reduction to 45’ in DT, but why would City think it appropriate to pose 45’ limits in DT and then allow for 60’ in eastside corridor area (Cedar/N 4th) that abuts established neighborhoods that actually have semi-affordable single family homes and schools. Seems like this proposed zoning policy favors protecting wealthy DT neighborhood property owners from congested high density development but encourages this type of development to take place adjacent to lower socio-economic area of town. What the heck will be use of a strip of 60’ buildings? Commercial? Residential? Fewer people in future will be working in an office and most people that grow roots here would prefer to raise a family in a home not a crammed apartment.

Name not available inside City Limits July 5, 2020, 5:12 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?
No


What neighborhoods properties with the existing Community Commercial (CC) zone should be limited to forty-five (45) feet?
No property should be limited to forty-five (45) feet. Keep the existing allowed sixty (60) feet.


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.)

Yes


Do you have any additional comments that you would like to share with the City Staff, Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council?
The community made a decision during the regional planning process to grow up not out. All the affordable housing talk while bagging density/tall buildings is double talk and childish. Its time for a staff and council that can make the hard trade off decisions this commitment entails. Every action currently contemplated by council increases the cost of housing in FLG. Go learn from Bend, OR where they are increasing density. Who can see the peaks with a 45' neighbor but not a 60' neighbor? You don't get views and affordable housing. You have to choose, rather the owner of the property owner chooses. This is the USA, we have private ownership not central planners. Municipal governments are the great equalizers and they are not HOA's. When they act as such, we get sued and it's then the citizens paying the settlements, not the officials who have long since moved on to other goals.

Name not shown inside City Limits July 4, 2020, 3:55 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

Name not available inside City Limits July 3, 2020, 11:30 AM

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

Name not shown inside City Limits July 3, 2020, 8:24 AM

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.)

Yes


Do you have any additional comments that you would like to share with the City Staff, Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council?
60' height for N Fourth Street, because it's already all commercial. 45' height for all of the other areas currently zoned CC.

Name not available inside City Limits July 2, 2020, 5:21 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

Brittain Davis inside City Limits July 2, 2020, 2:25 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?
No


What neighborhoods properties with the existing Community Commercial (CC) zone should be limited to forty-five (45) feet?
No property should be limited to forty-five (45) feet. Keep the existing allowed sixty (60) feet.


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.)

Yes


Do you have any additional comments that you would like to share with the City Staff, Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council?
I would rather see infill with taller multifamily and commercial developments than look to expanding development outward.