City of Asheville invites residents to second small-scale residential infill development workshop
On August 11, the City of Asheville will hold the second of two public workshops to gather public input on City code considerations that seek to allow for more small-scale residential infill development. It will be held at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 11 at the U.S. Cellular Center, Second Floor Banquet Hall.
Approximately 100 people attended the first workshop on July 14 to gather public input on city code considerations that seek to allow for more small-scale residential infill development. The workshop began with staff analysis and initial considerations, followed by an hour of small group discussion where attendees provided feedback to small-group facilitators. The August 11 workshop will follow the same format.
All of the posters shown at the workshop are available on a Small Scale Residential Infill project page.
Online input available as well
Also, the considerations for neighborhood-compatible, small-scale residential infill development are still available for online participation and comment through Open City Hall Asheville. The online survey will remain open through August 30. Please register when you take the survey — registration information is confidential and is only used to identify which statements from Asheville residents. For background information, the visuals that were shown at the first workshop are now available on a Small Scale Residential Infill project page.
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Considerations for Small-Scale Residential Infill
5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, August 11
U.S. Cellular Center, Banquet Hall