Neighborhood Planning provides an opportunity for citizens to take a proactive role in the planning process and decide how their neighborhoods will move into the future.
The chart below contains links to all City of Austin Neighborhood Plans, Future Land Use Maps (FLUMS)*, related plan amendments (ordinance numbers), Contact Team information, and Implementation Plans.* What is a FLUM?
Each year, one third of neighborhood plan areas are asked to prioritize their top neighborhood plan recommendations. For the 2013 prioritization process, maps of neighborhood plan recommendations eligible to be funded through the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) were created for participating areas. Maps are located under the Implementation Charts and are labeled as CIP Recommendation Map. Maps for all neighborhood plan areas will be coming soon.
The Infill Options Map for Neighborhood Planning Areas shows which infill options are available in adopted neighborhood planning areas on a (planning) area-wide, subdistrict, or parcel basis. Download the Design Tools Map to see the Impervious Cover/Parking Placement, Garage Placement, and Front Porch design tools that are available subdistrict or area-wide. The Infill Options & Design Tools booklet contains summary charts of infill options/design tools for adopted neighborhood plans and explanation of each infill option and design tool.
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