The Sustainable Code Integration Project is one of a series of projects commissioned by the City's Office of Conservation and Sustainable Development (OCSD) and financed by a Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant. The purpose of the project is to amend the City's Unified Development Code and its supporting documents to implement the City's sustainable goals and policies as identified in the diagnostic report.
To assist in the development of these amendments, an ad-hoc committee of professionals working in various fields related to sustainability (e.g. urban agriculture, solar, etc.), neighborhood representatives, and developers has been formed (i.e. Sustainable Code Committee). The Sustainable Code Committee meets the third Wednesday of each month and are open to the public.
The next committee meeting is:
June 19, 2013
Joel D. Valdez Main Library*
101 N. Stone Ave., 4th floor conference room
*Parking will be validated if you park in the library parking garage or the County parking garage, which is on the on the north side of Alameda between Stone and Church.
Draft UDC Text Amendment Recommendations
Proposed Revisions to the May 2013 Draft Urban Agriculture Amendments (June 12, 2013)
Proposed Revisions to the March 2013 Draft Urban Agriculture Amendments (May 8, 2013)
Urban Agriculture (March 2013)
Solar Development Standards (March 2013)
Other (March 2013)
SUSTAINABLE CODE COMMITTEE
DIAGNOSTIC REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Sustainable Code Integration Project
Draft Diagnostic Report Priority Recommendations
Notes from Clarion's meetings with stakeholders (January 31st and February 1st)
Neighborhood Representative meeting notes
Developers Meeting notes
Urban Food Meeting notes
Staff Meeting notes