Is the City pushing these changes?

Absolutely not. Within the Comprehensive Plan, the community as a whole identified the City's primary needs (i.e. housing, more commercial options, etc), and designated a handful of Mixed-Use areas where adding such features was deemed most appropriate. Whether changes occur and when changes occur (if ever) is wholly and completely up to the landowners within the Mixed-Use areas. The land-use transition to "mixed-use" simply expands options and opportunities which incentivizes investment sooner rather than later.

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1. What is the "Vision Silver Lake Road 2040" Project?
2. How can I give feedback and keep up-to-date on this project?
3. Why is the planning process being undertaken?
4. What are the new mixed-use nodes?
5. How does this relate to the US Bank Redevelopment?
6. Why wasn't this work done as part of the Comprehensive Plan?
7. Is this the same thing I participated in last fall?
8. How will my input be used during Phase III of Vision Silver Lake Road 2040?
9. What are zoning districts?
10. What happened to my business? The Phase II exhibit eliminated my building!
11. Is the City pushing these changes?
12. When will redevelopment occur?
13. Where can I get more information and track the progress of this study?
14. Who can I contact if I have questions?