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1 Board of Trustees Meeting Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Amendments Process Monday, April 2, 2012

2 Agenda 1.Introduction 2.Project Schedule 3.Board of Trustees Public Hearing on Draft Comp. Plan (4/16) 4.BFJ Presentation on Proposed Zoning Code Amendments and Map 5.SEQR (separate item)

3 Project Schedule

4 Village of Port Chester, New York April 2, 2012

5 Zoning Code and Map Amendments: Overall Scope  First stage of Zoning Code and Map Amendment process based on key recommendations set forth in Comprehensive Plan  Foundation for future amendment process aimed at Code modernization and reorganization  Zoning Code amendments will implement the overall vision and recommendations established in an adopted Comprehensive Plan.

6 Zoning Code and Map Amendments: Overall Approach  Reduce potential future density increases throughout the Village  Preserve and protect the existing character of the residential neighborhoods  Identify strategic areas for limited growth opportunities to help absorb development pressures in the Village’s lower- density areas  Improve development predictability and coordinate private development with public investments in transportation and infrastructure systems.

7 Residential Districts: Key Strategies  Floor area ratio (FAR) reductions in all residential districts  Maximum building height reduction in the RA3 and RA4 districts  Five strategic upzonings  Eliminate PTD Planned Tower Development district

8 Residential Districts: Proposed FAR & Maximum Building Height Reductions

9 Residential Zones: Proposed Upzonings R2F

10 Residential Zones: Proposed Upzonings R2F

11 Nonresidential Districts: Proposed Zoning Map Amendments

12 Nonresidential Districts: Proposed Zoning Map Amendments

13 Non-Residential Zones: Key Strategies Commercial  C1: Neighborhood Retail district  No Changes  C2: Central Business district  New C2: Main Street Business district  C3: Design Office and Commercial district  Modified C3: Office and Commercial district  C4: General Commercial district  Modified C4: General Commercial district  New C5: Train Station Mixed Use district (based on existing C2 district)  Eliminate PRSP Planned Railroad Station Plaza Development district Waterfront  Eliminate MUR Marina Urban Redevelopment district  Rezone waterfront area C3 and DW

14 Nonresidential Districts: Proposed Dimensional Requirements

15 Nonresidential Districts: United Hospital

16 Dimensional CharacteristicsStandards and Requirements Maximum Total FAR*0.80 Maximum Floor Area Ratio (FAR) for hotel/convention center0.40 Maximum FAR for commercial uses0.20 Maximum FAR for residential uses0.20 Maximum FAR for senior housing/assisted living0.15 Maximum FAR for community facility0.10 Maximum site coverage70% Maximum building height for hotel*8 stories Maximum building height for commercial/residential uses*  5 stories (55 feet) (4 residential floors over ground floor commercial)  8 stories (85 feet) by special permit Residential Apartments Only efficiency (studio), one-bedroom and two-bedroom dwelling units shall be permitted Proposed Planned Mixed-Use District (PMU) *The proposed maximum FAR of 0.80 would be comprised of any combination of permitted uses, bonusable to an FAR of 1.0 and 10-stories by special permit.

17 Proposed Density Bonus Program District Floor Area RatioMaximum Allowable Building Height As of RightBonusAs of RightBonus C2 Main Street Business N/A C5 Train Station Mixed Use stories (90’)10 stories (120’) PMU Planned Mixed Use stories (85’)10 stories (100’)  All bonuses subject to approval by the Board of Trustees  3 types of bonus funds:  Downtown parking garage  Open space  Housing Rehabilitation Program  Improvement(s) can be made by applicant or payment into fund at 10% of assessed value of the bonus.

18 Next Steps April 16 th - BOT Meeting  Final BOT comments due on Draft Comp Plan and Draft Zoning Amendments (BFJ)  Hold DGEIS Public Scoping Session and receive comments from public (F&A)  Close DGEIS Scoping Session May 7 th - BOT Meeting  Adopt Final DGEIS Scoping Document (F&A)  Final Public Hearing Draft of Comprehensive Plan (BFJ)  Final Public Hearing Draft of Zoning Amendments (BFJ)  Schedule Comp Plan and Zoning Amendments Public Hearing (BFJ) June 18 th – BOT Meeting  Public Hearing on Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Amendments  Submit Preliminary DGEIS to BOT for internal review (F&A)

19 Next Steps QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS to Christopher Steers, Assistant Village Manager


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