The ArtCenter College of Design (ArtCenter) proposes a 15-year Master Plan (the Project) that focuses growth on its South Campus, while providing for infrastructure improvements and building renovations on its Hillside Campus. The Project would be implemented in two phases, with Phase I occurring in the first five years of the Master Plan and Phase II occurring in the final ten years. It is anticipated that upon completion of the Project, total enrollment within ArtCenter would increase from its current...
Amendments to the existing regulations to address neighborhood compatibility issues (“mansionization”) in Hillside Overlay Districts (HD, HDSR, HD-1 Zoning Districts).
Amendment to the existing master plan for William Carey International University to replace and enhance existing academic facility, including an addition to the existing elementary school facilities.
New 15-year master plan for Polytechnic School to increase the student enrollment and to replace the existing gym with a new facility.
Amendments to the existing regulations to address neighborhood compatibility issues (“mansionization”) in Lower Hastings neighborhood (ND Zoning District).
Amendments to the City’s existing Transit-Oriented Development regulations (Section 17.50.340) to further promote the City’s goals and policies of reducing vehicle trips and encouraging transit use
Amendments to the City’s existing Public Art regulations (Section 17.40.100) to bring consistency between the Zoning Code and the existing Public Art Program Guidelines for new private development
Comprehensive update to the City’s General Plan, including updates to the Land Use Element and Mobility Element as well as retiring of six optional elements: Public Facilities, Social Development, Cultural and Recreational, Economic Development and Employment, Historic and Cultural, and Scenic Highways.
Amendment to the City’s Zoning Code related to residential care facilities with six or fewer persons, transitional and supportive housing to comply with the State Law.
A new 10-year master plan for Hillsides to increase the quality of care provided by improving the existing facilities and parking while maintaining the existing enrollment and services.