City Council Hearing
City Council will hear proposed amendments to the Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO) for residential garage standards and the Sawmill Character Protection Overlay.
Council will also consider a new Resolution for the follow-up zoning conversion process to replace R-17-240 that makes clear that the zoning conversions will be a legislative action by Council, not the typical zone map amendment process for individual properties.
WHEN: Monday, May 7 at 5 p.m.
WHERE: Vincent E. Griego Chambers, City Hall
Parking beneath Civic Plaza will be validated. Sign up begins at 4:30 p.m. to speak during general comment or during the agenda item.
View proposed amendments here.
IDO – Effective Soon!
The IDO goes into effect in less than two weeks.
- Submittals of complete applications through Wednesday, May 16 will be reviewed and decided under existing policies, regulations, and procedures.
- Submittals of complete applications on or after Thursday, May 17, will be reviewed and decided under the new IDO regulations and procedures.
New application forms, checklists, and fee schedule will be posted to the Planning Department webpage soon. Check back often for updates.
Development Review Services
Trainings & Frequently Asked Questions
Still getting up to speed on all the changes and what they mean to you?
- See videos, presentation PDFs, and handouts from recent trainings here.
Read answers to Frequently Asked Questions here
Did you know that all zoning in Albuquerque will change on May 17, 2018 when the IDO becomes effective?
The City is going from 1200+ zones today to a set of about 20 zones in the IDO. You can check your zoning in this Zoning Conversion Map.