Paradise Hills Special Zoning District Commission MTG, Tuesday, Aug 30,
Updated: Sep 10
PARADISE HILLS SPECIAL ZONING DISTRICT MEETING ONLINE ZOOM
SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA ; AGENDA RESCHEDULED TO REGULAR MEETING
2022_09_13 DUE TO ILLNESS OF COMMISSIONERS
COMMISSIONERS: ABEL CARDENAS, DEANNA DOPSLAF, ELIZABETH HALEY, PETE RESER, VAL VAUGHN
Call to Order, Roll Call by the Commissioners to establish a Quorum.
Pete and Chris Reser_ Wall request in front yard.
4623 and 4615 Greene Ave
Documentation and formal complaint
Update and revised schedule for advertisement and no Appeals (15 days after the date of approval of minutes. Commission discussion and action item (Commissioner Haley)
Special Use Zoning Classification Administrative policy,
The Unser Project
Inspection of Public Records Act Request to Bernalillo County for Unser Sound Wall Administrative Hearing; (Citizen Request via Comments from Administrative Hearing) Commission delegation to Commissioner Haley)
Replenish Legal Trust Account to cover Ordinance review (Commissioner Haley)
Ordinance Review and Adoption Procedures and Schedule; Continued 2022_5_10 ( Commissioner Dopslaf) The following sections are changes made to the Santa Fe Ordinance in the last decade that could be models for missing sections from the 2009 PHSZD Ordinance (Commissioner Haley)
New schedule policies and procedures for revising, notification and schedule for the remaining Ordinance Sections and method of Reading for PHSZD Draft Ordinance Amendments. ( Commissioner Dopslaf)
ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS The city’s land development code permits internal, attached, and detached accessory dwelling units (ADUs) by right in most residential districts, subject to use specific standards (§14-6.3(B)(2)(vii)). These standards address parking, utilities, density, permission to construct, unit size, height, appearance, rental options, restrictive covenants, subdivision and sale, and certificate of occupancy (§14-6.3(D)(1)).
GREEN BUILDING The city’s code of ordinances lists green building features that are required for new single-family residential developments and renovations. It requires new developments to prescribe to outlined energy, ventilation, insulation, water conservation, and heating and cooling performance levels and standards (§7-4.2).
HISTORIC PRESERVATION The city’s codified ordinances establish a historic overlay zoning district (§14-5.2). Application of this district includes additional oversight by the historic districts review board and city staff and requires compliance with general and district-specific design standards. State capital projects in historic districts requires an application and ongoing collaboration with the city’s historic districts review board.
SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTALS The city’s Land Development code addresses short-term residential rentals via a 2009 ordinance updated in 2016. It defines “short term rental unit” (§14-12.1); other related terms include “operating license” and “owner occupant or resident owner.” The code prohibits short-term rental units in all residential districts except as provided in use-specific standards; they are permitted by right in commercial and hospital districts (Table 14-6.1-1). Standards (§14-6.2.A.5) state that on residentially zoned properties, they are permitted in accessory dwelling units (§14-6.3.D.1), in residential units in conformance with requirements, and in developments with resort facilities. Requirements address rental permit caps, frequency of rentals, adjacency prohibitions, parking, safety codes, water conservation requirements, restrictions on non-residential activities, total occupancy, noise, tenant notifications, taxes, records, and insurance coverage. An annual permit is required; the code provides application requirements and process information, and lists annual permit and registration fees (ranging from $100 to $325). The code also addresses enforcement of violations and penalties. Short-term rental of dwelling units in non-residentially zoned property is permitted; units must be registered; one-time fee of $100 applies.
Parking standards require one space for a one-bedroom unit, and two spaces for two or more bedrooms (Table 14-8.6-1). PHSZD uses bathroom and bathroom could be a better choice
The city’s fire code requires annual fire inspections for transient residential occupancies (§12-2.3).
West Mesa Escarpment INTERFACE The Bernalillo County zoning code established an escarpment area overlay in 1987 to (1) mitigate wildfire risk (§14-5.6). (2) Proposed development within the escarpment overlay district is subject to heightened building regulations and landscape wildfire risk reduction measures. Santa Fe City District standards address architecture, development, and land use planning of the structures within the district. Santa Fe, 2010 Population Density: 1,477.82/square mile
Adjourn to the next scheduled meeting