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The CodeNEXT Team received 193 questions during the six community open houses held in October 2017 to gather input about Draft 2 of CodeNEXT. Staff have reviewed and answered each of those questions, all of which can be viewed in this 23-page PDF document.

City staff developed a recap of the top five themes from the questions we received during the open houses and posted those to a separate blog entry. That entry can be viewed here.

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Most Austin residents don’t need to use the City’s land development code on a regular basis, but when they do want to remodel their homes, or perhaps build a new building, they find navigating the...

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Draft 3 of CodeNEXT -- the Staff Recommendation -- will be released by Feb. 12, 2018, with an anticipated Council first reading in late April 2018. Draft 3 initially was slated for release Nov. 28...

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During the month of October 2017, the CodeNEXT Team held six community open houses to educate the public about changes to CodeNEXT Draft 2, provide an opportunity to ask questions, and share next...

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The City of Austin has posted track changes versions of the changes made from Draft 1 to Draft 2 of CodeNEXT. The track change version of each chapter can be found at the top of the...

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Interpretation Services in Arabic, Mandarin, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Translated fliers below.

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Refined form standards help strike a balance in CodeNEXT Draft 2

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The CodeNEXT Draft 2 text and map have been posted, and the opportunity for public feedback officially has started.

The comment period for Draft 2 will be open until Oct. 31. After that,...

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