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The Planning and Zoning Board is pleased to present a series of proposed amendments to the City of Cody Zoning Ordinance and Map. The amendments include changes to each of the residential zoning districts.
We invite you to review the proposed materials and provide feedback—the more specific the feedback the better.
Questions can be directed to members of the Planning and Zoning Board or to the City Planner by emailing email@example.com, calling (307) 527-3472, or by visiting City Hall.
In addition, a series of six neighborhood meetings—each focused on an individual neighborhood—will be held to briefly summarize the changes, discuss options, and receive public comments. The residential zoning map draft (download) outlines each of the six areas.
Schedule of Neighborhood Meetings
A summary of the proposed changes and all applicable documents are found in the links below:
Summary of Proposed Zoning ChangesComplete Text of Proposed Zoning Changes
For cross-referencing, individual chapters are found in the following links:
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 — GENERAL PROVISIONSCHAPTER 2 — DEFINITIONSCHAPTER 6 — GENERAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR RESIDENTIAL ZONING DISTRICTSCHAPTER 7 — RESIDENTIAL ZONING DISTRICT LAND USESCHAPTER 8 — SUPPLEMENTAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR RESIDENTIAL ZONING DISTRICTSCHAPTER 14 — CONDITIONAL USES, SPECIAL EXEMPTIONS, AND AIRPORT OVERLAY SPECIAL USE PERMITS
Proposed Residential Zoning Map
Proposed Zoning Ordinance Amendments: Neighborhoods
The initial public review period will end Monday, November 14, 2016. Written comments may be submitted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, mailing PO Box 2200, Cody, WY 82414-2200, or by hand delivery at City Hall (1338 Rumsey Avenue). Comments will also be taken in person at the Community Development Department at City Hall.
Changes will be made based on the comments received, and an updated draft will be presented to the City Council and public for final review and adoption. Early participation is encouraged.