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Read the CodeNEXT Code Prescriptions examining quality of life issues on the minds of Austinites.
 
The documents deliver advance previews of how the new land development code could influence four specific topic areas. A public draft of the new code will be released in January 2017.

“CodeNEXT will be important tool to fixing permitting, development services and neighborhood planning. It will put growth where we want it, protect our neighborhoods, and pave the way for affordability,” said Mayor Steve Adler. “The upcoming conversations will not be easy, but they are long overdue and I encourage Austinites to get engaged and to be open to collaborating in bold ways to solve long-standing problems.”

 

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Here are the meeting materials for the February 1 CodeNEXT Advisory Group Meeting at 6 p.m. at the Waller Creek Center, Room 104 (625 E. 10th Street).

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Here are the meeting materials for the December 15 CodeNEXT Code Advisory Group Meeting at 4 p.m. at Pleasant Hill Branch Library, Room #2 (211 E William Cannon Dr.)....

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As we gear up to test development concepts on the ground, folks in the community have asked for us to share documents in advance.

It is important to note that CodeNEXT is not starting from...

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We are pleased to introduce the Austin Transect Matrix, a draft document we will be...

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You might be wondering about the CodeNEXT “focus areas” -- what are they and how were they selected?

Well, to understand the focus areas, it helps to know that Austin has seven...

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Thank you to all of the members of the Land Development Code Advisory Group whose term ended on September 29, 2015, for your hard work and dedication over the past two years. The City Council is...

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Find out the latest about CodeNEXT, shaping the Austin we imagine. Together, we are updating the City’s Land Development Code to create the kinds of places where we want to live, work, and shop.