Why is my property being rezoned from Standard Single-Family Residential (R-1) to Hill Area Residential (HR-1)?

The homes east of Wood Street and north of Lakeview Drive are proposed to be rezoned as a result of The Hill Community Engagement project. In 2018, based on resident feedback, the City initiated a project to engage The Hill residents and property owners in evaluating whether there is a desire to maintain the character of The Hill neighborhood. 

During the public engagement process, city staff informed The Hill community that the homes north of Lakeview Drive were zoned Standard Single-Family Residential (R-1) rather than Hill Area Residential (HR-1). The 38 single-family homes are very similar in character to the rest of The Hill neighborhood, and the community provided positive feedback to include them in the HR-1 zoning district. As a result of this community input, staff has initiated the process to rezone these properties to Hill Area Residential (HR-1).


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1. Why did I receive a letter about public hearings?
2. Why is my property being rezoned from Standard Single-Family Residential (R-1) to Hill Area Residential (HR-1)?
3. What are the changes to the HR-1 zoning district regulations?
4. My property is proposed to be rezoned, how will I be affected?
5. How can I speak or provide my input at the public hearings scheduled for the July 7th City Council meeting?
6. What is the Development Code?
7. What is zoning?
8. What is a rezoning?
9. What is the Hill Area Residential (HR-1) zoning district?