*LATEST UPDATES*

02/25/2021– Those who were unable to attend the Informational Session can view the recorded video here.

02/23/2021– Those interested may attend the Informational Session on Wednesday February 24, 2021 via Zoom or via the City livestream.

01/20/2021-The C-1 rezoning effort is officially launched with a letter sent to affected property owners. The City has scheduled an Informational Session at 6pm on Wednesday, February 24, 2021. People can attend in-person or via Zoom. A Zoom link will be provided soon in this update section. Please RSVP to the Informational Session by emailing or calling Ben Schneider, City Planner (contact info at the bottom).

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What is the Neighborhood Commercial (C-1) District about?

The purpose of the new Neighborhood Commercial district is to “provide convenient access to goods for residential areas in the area and reduce required trips to other commercial areas” (Comprehensive Plan Page 2-26). This new C-1 district will be guided for mixed-use redevelopment, which is expected to be 30% commercial and 70% residential.

To meet the C-1 goal of neighborhood commercial centers that are “complementary and in close proximity to residential uses,” there are two policies identified in the Comprehensive Plan. The first is to “minimize the impact on residential properties by requiring an appropriate buffer and screening between commercial and residential uses.” Second, is to “locate Neighborhood Commercial areas along collector streets to ensure they are easily accessible by adjacent neighborhoods.

What properties are planned for rezoning?

All the blue-shaded parcels in the two maps will be rezoned as C-1. This impacts 44 parcels.

When was this approved?

The 2020 Comprehensive Plan adopted in April 20, 2020 included a new Future Land Use Map to include a Commercial Neighborhood District within the Land Use Chapter.

Will this impact my property taxes?

It depends. Property taxes are assessed based on a number of factors including the value of the property and the use. It’s possible the rezone will increase market values, however the use of a property will not be impacted unless the property owner decides to change it.

Where can I read the City Code on the C-1 District?

This is the current C-1 Zoning Code and a printable pdf version. The existing provisions of the C-1 district in the zoning code will be updated to reflect the goals of the new Neighborhood Commercial district. This is one part of the process where the City is seeking public feedback (see next section).

When will there be meetings about this?

The City has scheduled an Informational Session at 6pm on Wednesday, February 24, 2021. People can attend in-person or via Zoom. A Zoom link is provided in the update section above. A recording of the informational session is available here.

Who can I contact to find out more information?

Ben Schneider, Planner: 952-492-7940 or bschneider@jordanmn.gov

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