TOD/R2x Text Amendment Planning Commission Public Hearing- Wednesday, January 30th 6:00PM
The Public Hearing on Wednesday January 30th is for the Text Amendment ONLY. Before a rezoning can take place, we first need to create the zoning districts. No properties will be rezoned as a result of this Public Hearing. If the City Council decides to adopt the TOD and R2x zoning districts, they would then need to initiate a rezoning, which would result in additional Public Hearings.
If you have any questions, please contact the Planning Department 507-328-7100
Transit Oriented Development (TOD) and Infill/Redevelopment - Update
The City of Rochester adopted its Comprehensive Plan, Planning 2 Succeed (P2S) 2040, in April 2018. P2S 2040 presents a vision to reduce the amount of vehicular traffic entering downtown through a change in choice of transportation and an increase of housing options around downtown. Transit Oriented Development (TOD) and infill and redevelopment policies are essential components toward achieving that vision.
- Open House Posters
- Planning 2 Succeed 2040
- R2X District Draft
- Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Draft
The City of Rochester has hired Clarion Associates to prepare targeted updates to the City’s Land Development Regulations. These updates will address:
- Infill & Redevelopment in Neighborhoods near Downtown
- Transit-Oriented and Transit-Supportive Development
- Incentives & Restricted Development
- General Updates to Implement the Comprehensive Plan
Clarion Associates is a national land use consulting firm that has completed over 180 zoning and development code revision projects throughout the U.S. and Canada.
General Work Plan
The purpose of this project is to update Rochester’s regulations to reflect current best practices in infill development, development incentives, restricted development, and transit-oriented development, and to reflect the emerging land use and transportation goals in the draft Planning 2 Succeed (P2S) comprehensive plan. This project is scheduled to take place between January 2018 and July 2019, and the City will provide multiple opportunities and channels for public engagement throughout the process.
Transit-Oriented Development Interim Overlay
If you have questions or comments about any aspect of the Land Development Regulations Update
project, please do not hesitate to contact the Planning Department.