Columbia Imagined Implementation Report Card

Report progress on one or more implementation actions

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Require a mixture of housing types and price ranges within new subdivisions to provide options for integration of affordable housing and non-traditional family units (singles, one parent households, etc.)

Public Prioritization


Medium

Time Frame / Progress


long term
Long-Term
Community Partners
Community Partners
Implementation Type: Ordinance

Participants & Stakeholders:
AIA Chapter, Boone County, Codes Commission, Builders’ Assn., CHA, City Council, Developers, Habitat for Humanity, Mayor’s Housing Policy Committee, Neighborhood Associations, University of Missouri

Primary Indicator(s):
Zoning Code Revisions; Potential Incentives

Evaluation Criteria:
Diversity of housing types and prices in new subdivisions

Milestones/ Work Products to Date:

Supporting Documents / Resources:

No supporting documents available.

Definitions:

  • Implementation Type: What tool or legal instrument will accomplish the policies, strategies and actions?
  • Primary Indicator(s): What will have to change or be developed?
  • Evaluation Criteria: How to measure success? (may include short-term target, e.g. code amendment adopted, followed by long-term results such as an increase or decrease of a targeted element)

Time Frame Measurements (as defined by Columbia Imagined, p. 150):

  • Short-Term: 1-2 years Short-Term: 1-2 years
  • Medium-Term: 3-5 years Medium-Term: 3-5 years
  • Long-Term: More than 5 years Longterm more than 5 years
  • Action Complete Complete

Is the action item appropriate for the Planning and Zoning Commission’s annual work program, or will the PZC and staff need to collaborate with Community Partners?

  • PZC Work ProgramPZC Work Program
  • Community Partners Community Partners