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ON JANUARY 24, 2017, THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVED THE NEW SINGLE-FAMILY DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS AND DESIGN GUIDELINES, AS REVISED.

Click here to view the final Ordinance (Development Standards) 

Click here to view the final Resolution (Design Guidelines) 

 New Development Standards and Design Guidelines will go into effect on Feb. 23, 2017.

 

CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Second reading of Ordinance adopting proposed changes.

Click here to view the video of the above meeting.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017, at 6:00 p.m.

Introduction of Ordinance to adopt the proposed changes. 

Click here to view the video of the above meeting

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PLANNING BOARD MEETING

Meeting to adopt Resolution recommending approval to the City Council: 

December 12, 2016

Click here to watch video of the meeting.

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CITY COUNCIL PRESENTATIONS

Click on the following link to view staff's presentation to the City Council on September 20, 2016, on Single Family Design Guidelines and Code Changes to the Single Family Development Standards. 

Click on the following link to view staff's presentation to the City Council on May 17, 2016.   


COMMUNITY WORKSHOP

Press Release: City Invites Community to Join Residential Compatibility Discussion

On Thursday, April 28, 2016, at 6:30 p.m., a Community Workshop was held with approximately 70 persons in attendance. They shared their thoughts about what kinds of changes, if any, should be made to the City’s development standards for single family homes.

In February 2016, five neighborhood "walk-shops" were conducted. Hundreds of Burbank residents have provided comments and observations about what makes a home compatible in a neighborhood. The City of Burbank is ready to move on to the next phase of work on the single family development standards.

The comments and concepts from the five neighborhood walkshops and other community presentations were analyzed. The consultant team and City staff have drafted preliminary options for how the City of Burbank can respond to the recommendations. All of the information was presented for review and discussion at the Community Workshop on April 28th.

"WALK-SHOPS"

Five guided “walk-shops” (walking workshops through neighborhoods) were conducted in different locations throughout the City to solicit residents’ input. We are also using an interactive application to let participants share their ideas, photos and comments online. Printed surveys are also available.

February 6, 2016: Rancho Neighborhood and Airport South Neighborhood. Click Here to view the route map.

February 20, 2016: Hillside and Hillside South Neighborhoods; Magnolia Park Neighborhood. Click Here to view the route map.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Call the Planning Division staff at (818) 238 - 5250, or send an email to planning@burbankca.gov.

 

 

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