City of Austin planners want to hear from the public before they begin overhauling the land development code, an 800-page document that shapes what gets built and where in Austin.
This is the first time in nearly 30 years that the city has done a full-scale revision of the code, said George Zapalac, a division manager in the Planning and Development Review Department. The department will hold meetings on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to gather public input.
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The city of Austin will hold meetings this week to gather public input before beginning to revise the land development code, the 800-page document that shapes what gets built and where. The meetings will take place 6:15-8:30 p.m. at the following locations:
Monday: Bowie High School, 4103 W. Slaughter Lane
Tuesday: Kealing Middle School, 1607 Pennsylvania Ave.
Wednesday: Lanier High School, 1201 Payton Gin Road