How many activity centers are there and where are they located?

The Land Use Plan identifies:  

  • Five (5) Regional Activity Centers (RACs) strategically located along regional highways to ensure intense commercial, retail and other high-traffic destinations are contained within designated areas and separated from single-family residential neighborhoods. Each RAC is intended to have its own unique identity providing different amenities for both residents and employees for entertainment, dining and shopping 
  • Nine (9) Neighborhood Activity Centers (NACs) located on arterial streets, which are envisioned to be small mixed-use centers that act as a “Main Street” for nearby neighborhoods. These will largely be created through the redevelopment of older commercial areas and will minimize impacts on adjacent single-family neighborhoods by providing buffers and smooth transitions

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1. What is the Land Use Plan?
2. What is mixed-use zoning and what does the Land Use Plan say about it?
3. Is there public support for mixed-use zoning?
4. Why are we going through an update of the development code?
5. Are you looking to change the entire development code?
6. What is an activity center?
7. How many activity centers are there and where are they located?
8. What does the mixed-use zoning code aim to do?
9. How long will this process take?
10. We have rules for a reason. Why do these need to be changed now?
11. How large are activity centers compared to the rest of Sugar Land?