This notice is to inform the public that on Monday, March 15, 2021, the Clovis City Council will conduct an annual review and update of the properties included within the Regional Housing Needs (RHN) Overlay Zone District, pursuant to Section 9.18.050 of the Municipal Code. Properties may be added or removed from the Overlay Zone in conjunction with this review and update.
As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we strongly encourage virtual participation by following the instructions on the City of Clovis City Council website which can be accessed by visiting https://cityofclovis.com/government/city-council/city-council-agendas/. Please note that there will be very limited in-person seating for up to approximately 16 people to attend and only available on a first come basis.
Prior to City Council’s annual review, City staff will be conducting a public information meeting on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 that will present information on the existing RHN Overlay Zone and any proposed changes that may be considered by the City Council. Interested persons may ask any questions they have regarding this matter.
The informational meeting will be held at 6:00 pm, on Tuesday, March 9, in the Clovis Council Chamber at 1033 Fifth Street, Clovis, CA 93612. As with the City Council meeting, we strongly encourage virtual participation. To view and participate in the informational meeting online, visit https://bit.ly/3q6B1LF.
If you cannot attend the meeting, please email any comments, concerns, or questions to Dave Merchen, City Planner, at email@example.com.
The RHN Overlay District and the development of parcels as RHN Overlay projects is intended to meet housing needs within the City and to help the City comply with its Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) obligation. It is the intent of the City Council that parcels that qualify for development as RHN Overlay projects be included in the City’s Housing Element Sites Inventory of land suitable for residential development. The City’s Housing Element is required to accommodate a diversity of incomes by zoning lands for a variety of densities (units per acre) and housing types.