June
17

Gilroy: RDO interim exemption and GP Amendment Submittal Policy

Public Meetings

Gilroy has not been accepting residential development applications outside of the downtown or for projects of four units or less for almost two years. Council will discuss establishing an Residential Development Ordinance (RDO)  interim exemption, which would allow for residential applications to receive residential allocations through their growth ordinance. Essentially allowing residential applications to be accepted in a greater capacity than recently seen. In addition, Council will discuss whether to allow for GP Amendment applications to be submitted while the General Plan update process continues.

June 17, 6:00pm, at Gilroy City Hall
June 17
Public Meetings

Gilroy: RDO interim exemption and GP Amendment Submittal Policy

June 17, 6:00pm, at Gilroy City Hall

Gilroy has not been accepting residential development applications outside of the downtown or for projects of four units or less for almost two years. Council will discuss establishing an Residential Development Ordinance (RDO)  interim exemption, which would allow for residential applications to receive residential allocations through their growth ordinance. Essentially allowing residential applications to be accepted in a greater capacity than recently seen. In addition, Council will discuss whether to allow for GP Amendment applications to be submitted while the General Plan update process continues.