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6 5 minute walk from the Main & Center intersection? 10 minuet walk from the Main & Center intersection? 15 minute walk from the Main & Center intersection? 6

7 5 minute walk ¼ mile 10 minute walk ½ mile 7

8 5 and 10 minute walking distance from Main/Center Intersection Commercial zoning 8

9 What does West Center street look like? What pattern of infill is needed to achieve this vision? What types of buildings? What size and bulk are the buildings? How close to the street are buildings? How much space is between each building? What types of activities take place in the building? Residential? Retail? Office? 9

10 Detached house (may include a separate basement apartment or attached accessory apartment) Backyard cottage or garage apartment Four-Plex Townhouses or rowhouses, minimum 3 in a row 10

11 Apartment buildings (no maximum units per acre) Mixed-use shop front house Live/Work units (minimum 3 of 3 attached) Mixed use officecommerci alresidential 11

12 1 story commercial/office buildings General commercial/office buildings (no residential component) 12

13 Buildings set back from the street 10 minimum, 30 maximum Buildings further apart, with ample space between buildings At least 50% of the width of the lot must be covered by a building/deck/outdoor dining. Remaining 50% of width of lot could be side yard or parking lot. Lots can be built out 70% of lot can be covered by buildings, decks, driveways, parking lots, walkways Maximum height of 35, or 3 stories for primary structure and 24 for accessory structure Parking in side or rear of lot only 13

14 Buildings further apart, with 50% of the lot required to be covered by building 10 minimum setback, 30 maximum Buildings set back from the street 10 minimum, 30 maximum Buildings further apart, with ample space between buildings At least 50% of the width of the lot must be covered by a building/deck/outdoor dining. Remaining 50% of width of lot could be side yard or parking lot. Lots can be built out 70% of lot can be covered by buildings, decks, driveways, parking lots, walkways Maximum height of 35, or 3 stories for primary structure and 24 for accessory structure Parking in side or rear of lot only 14

15 What type of form is needed? 10 minimum setback, 30 maximum Buildings further apart, with ample space between buildings At least 50% of the width of the lot must be covered by a building/deck/outdoor dining. Remaining 50% of width of lot could be side yard or parking lot. Lots can be built out 70% of lot can be covered by buildings, decks, driveways, parking lots, walkways Maximum height of 35, or 3 stories for primary structure and 24 for accessory structure Parking in side or rear of lot only 15

16 Buildings further apart, with 50% of the lot required to be covered by building Buildings further apart, with ample space between buildings At least 50% of the width of the lot must be covered by a building/deck/outdoor dining. Remaining 50% of width of lot could be side yard or parking lot. Lots can be built out 70% of lot can be covered by buildings, decks, driveways, parking lots, walkways Maximum height of 35, or 3 stories for primary structure and 24 for accessory structure Parking in side or rear of lot only 16

17 Buildings further apart, with 50% of the lot required to be covered by building 10 minimum setback, 30 maximum Buildings further apart, with ample space between buildings At least 50% of the width of the lot must be covered by a building/deck/outdoor dining. Remaining 50% of width of lot could be side yard or parking lot. Lots can be built out 70% of lot can be covered by buildings, decks, driveways, parking lots, walkways Maximum height of 35, or 3 stories for primary structure and 24 for accessory structure Parking in side or rear of lot only 17

18 Buildings further apart, with 50% of the lot required to be covered by building Buildings further apart, with ample space between buildings At least 50% of the width of the lot must be covered by a building/deck/outdoor dining. Remaining 50% of width of lot could be side yard or parking lot. Lots can be built out 70% of lot can be covered by buildings, decks, driveways, parking lots, walkways Maximum height of 35, or 3 stories for primary structure and 24 for accessory structure Parking in side or rear of lot only 18

19 Buildings pulled up close to the street 0 minimum setback, 10 maximum setback, Buildings close to each other, creating a street-wall effect At least 70% of the width of the lot must be covered by a building/deck/outdoor dining. Remaining 30% of width of lot could be a side yard, or parking lot. Lots can be built out 80% of lot can be covered by buildings/decks/driveways/parking lots/walkways Maximum height of 40 feet, or 3.5 stories (the.5 story must be attic only) Parking in side yard or rear yard only 19

20 Buildings closer together, at least 70% of width of lot has building in it 0 minimum setback, 10 maximum setback Buildings pulled up close to the street 0 minimum setback, 10 maximum setback, Buildings close to each other, creating a street-wall effect At least 70% of the width of the lot must be covered by a building/deck/outdoor dining. Remaining 30% of width of lot could be a side yard, or parking lot. Lots can be built out 80% of lot can be covered by buildings/decks/driveways/parking lots/walkways Maximum height of 40 feet, or 3.5 stories (the.5 story must be attic only) Parking in side yard or rear yard only 20

21 Buildings closer together, at least 70% of width of lot has building in it 0 minimum setback, 10 maximum setback Buildings pulled up close to the street 0 minimum setback, 10 maximum setback, Buildings close to each other, creating a street-wall effect At least 70% of the width of the lot must be covered by a building/deck/outdoor dining. Remaining 30% of width of lot could be a side yard, or parking lot. Lots can be built out 80% of lot can be covered by buildings/decks/driveways/parking lots/walkways Maximum height of 40 feet, or 3.5 stories (the.5 story must be attic only) Parking in side yard or rear yard only 21

22 0 minimum setback, 10 maximum setback Buildings closer together, at least 70% of width of lot has building in it Buildings pulled up close to the street 0 minimum setback, 10 maximum setback, Buildings close to each other, creating a street-wall effect At least 70% of the width of the lot must be covered by a building/deck/outdoor dining. Remaining 30% of width of lot could be a side yard, or parking lot. Lots can be built out 80% of lot can be covered by buildings/decks/driveways/parking lots/walkways Maximum height of 40 feet, or 3.5 stories (the.5 story must be attic only) Parking in side yard or rear yard only 22

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24 Medical offices "A facility providing medical or surgical care to patients. Some facilities may offer overnight care. Medical includes the following: 1. Ambulatory surgical center. 2. Blood plasma donation center, medical or dental laboratory. 3. Hospital. 4. Medical, dental office or chiropractor, osteopath, physician, medical practitioner. 5. Medical clinic. 6. Urgent care, emergency medical office. " Retail stores Up to 5,000 square feet? Up to 7,500 square feet? Up to 10,000 square feet? Up to 15,000 square feet? Up to # square with an additional # square feet approved through a Conditional Use Permit? 24

25 Retail stores Up to 5,000 square feet? Up to 7,500 square feet? Up to 10,000 square feet? Up to 15,000 square feet? Up to # square with an additional # square feet approved through a Conditional Use Permit? 25

26 Lodging? Bed and Breakfast (up to 6 rooms) Boutique hotel/motel (7 to 30 rooms) Hotel/motel (more than 30 rooms) Rental cabins? Rental yurts? Campgrounds? (tents only) RV/travel trailer park (permanent mobile homes not permitted) 26

27 Community gardens? "An area of land managed and maintained by a group of individuals to grow and harvest food crops and non-food ornamental crops, for personal or group use, consumption or donation. On-site sales may be permitted upon approval of a Conditional use permit under Div. 14. May be divided into separate plots for cultivation by one or more individuals or may be farmed collectively by members of the group, and may include common areas maintained and used by the group. Where a community garden is allowed as a limited use, it is subject to the following: a. A community garden must be primarily used for growing and harvesting food and ornamental crops for consumption or donation or for sale off-site; b. Only mechanical equipment designed for household use may be used. c. On-site sales may be permitted upon approval of a Conditional use permit under Div Sales are restricted to horticultural and agricultural products produced on the premises; d. Livestock keeping may be allowed as an accessory use subject to the use table." Urban farming? "The raising and harvesting of crops and non-food ornamental crops for commercial use. An urban farm may be owned by an individual, group or organization and may include larger-scale farm equipment. Where an urban farm is allowed as a limited use, livestock keeping may be allowed as an accessory use subject to the use table." 27

28 Livestock keeping? "Livestock includes any animals of the equine, swine or bovine class, including goats, sheep, mules, cattle, hogs, pigs and other grazing animals, and all ratites, including, but not limited to, ostriches, emus and rheas. Where livestock keeping on residential property is allowed as a limited use, it is subject to the following: Prohibited: a. The keeping of any animal other than dogs, cats and other household domestic animals and those specifically allowed below is prohibited. b. Roosters are not allowed. " There is a list of standards for keeping rabbits, turkeys, ducks, chickens, horses, cows, alpacas, llamas, goats and sheep. For example, "a. A lot least 1/2 acre in size is allowed 1 alpaca, llama, goat or sheep per 10,000 square feet of lot area. b. Up to 2 alpaca, llama, goat or sheep per 10,000 square feet of lot area may be allowed upon approval of a Conditional Use Permit under Div. 14. c. An area of at least 500 square feet or at least 250 square feet for each alpaca, llama, goat or sheep, whichever is larger, must be provided. d. The containment area must be adequately fenced, cannot be located in a front yard and must be at least 30 feet from any side or rear lot line." Horse stable, riding academy, equestrian center? "A facility used primarily for the care, breeding, boarding, rental, riding or training of horses or for the teaching of equestrian skills. Where a horse stable, riding academy or equestrian center is allowed as a limited use, no part of any building, structure or run in which animals are housed may be closer than 50 feet from any property line, except property owned or occupied by an owner or operator of the facility." 28

29 Cemeteries? Gas stations? Drive-through windows? A facility at which the customer is served while sitting in a vehicle, typically associated with drive-thru restaurants, banks and pharmacies. Use Standards Where a drive-thru is allowed as a limited use, it is subject to the following: 1. No drive-thru window, lane or order box is permitted within 50 feet of a ground floor residential use (measured from the residential lot line to the closest point of the drivethru lane); 2. In CX, all drive-thru areas, including but not limited to menu boards, stacking lanes, trash receptacles, ordering box, drive up windows, and other objects associated with the drive-thru, must be located to the side or rear of the building. Drive-thru windows and lanes may not be placed between a public street (not including an alley) and the associated building; and 3. Queuing and screening requirements are specified in div

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31 New auto-related services? Car washes Vehicle sales lots "Where vehicle sales/rental is allowed as a limited use, it is subject to the following: 1. A Type A or B buffer (see Div. 11) must be established along all lot lines abutting a ground floor residential use; 2. All surface parking areas must be landscaped in accordance with Div. 11; 3. Vehicle display areas may not be artificially elevated above the general topography of the site; and 4. Parked or stored vehicles may not encroach upon any public right-of-way or sidewalk." Minor vehicle repairs "A facility where minor vehicle repair and service is conducted. Includes audio and alarm installation, custom accessories, quick lubrication facilities, minor scratch and dent repair, emissions testing, bed-liner installation, and glass repair or replacement. Where minor vehicle repair is allowed as a limited use, it is subject to the following: a. A Type A or B buffer (Div. 11) must be established along all lot lines abutting a ground floor residential use. b. The dismantling of vehicles for salvage and the storage of impounded vehicles is not allowed." Low-impact outdoor storage "Low-impact outdoor storage includes, but is not limited to: a. The overnight outdoor storage of vehicles awaiting repair; b. The outdoor storage of merchandise or material in boxes, in crates, on pallets or other kinds of shipping containers; c. Outdoor sale areas for sheds, building supplies, garden supplies, plants, lawn movers, barbecue's and other similar items; and d. The outdoor storage of vehicles, boats, recreational vehicles or other similar vehicles at a self-service storage, mini-warehouse facility. Where low-impact outdoor storage is allowed as a limited use, it is subject to the following: a. All material stored outdoors cannot be located in a required setback; b. All material stored outdoors may not be more than 12 feet in height; c. All material stored outdoors must be fully screened from view from the public right-of-way and abutting properties using a Type A or B buffer (see Div. 11); and 31 d. Vehicles awaiting repair may only be stored up to 14 days within the screened storage area."

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34 City Population (2010 census) Street Frontage Linear Miles of Commercial Zoning* Square miles Population Density Hailey, ID 7, ,180 persons/sq. mile Sisters, OR 2, persons/sq. mile Victor, ID 1, persons/sq. mile Driggs, ID** 1, persons/sq. mile *Victor/Driggs includes DX, CX, CC zones. Hailey, Idaho and Sisters, OR includes their downtown and general business zones. **Based on Driggs' 2016 proposed zoning map 34

35 Where should walkable downtown begin? What types of buildings are desired? What form is desired? What uses are desired/not desired? 35

36 1. Center Street stakeholder meeting 1. Intent: Form property owners vision 2. Downtown property owner meeting (Main Street, and Center Street and vicinity) 1. Intent: Gain additional perspective on Center Street 3. Online survey for public at large to respond to 4. Incorporate staff/elected/stakeholder and public at large feedback into proposed changes. Present to P&Z at a regular meeting; hold work session during the meeting. 1. Incorporate P&Z s and public s feedback, refine proposed changes 5. Public Hearing with P&Z to consider a recommend on changes for adoption at a regular meeting 6. Public Hearing with Council to adopt changes at a regular meeting 36

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