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VETOED: Elimination of RH-1 Zoning-Mandelman

Updated: Sep 16, 2022

UPDATE: This legislation was introduced on 4-25-22. It was approved by the Board of Supervisors on 7-12-22, but the Mayor Vetoed the Ordinance on 7-26-22.

Ordinance 220446 were introduced on 4-25-22 by Supervisors Mandelman and Melgar.

This Ordinance changes all RH-1 zones to RH-2 zoning. RH-1(D) zones would be changed to RH-2(D) zones. Each would permit 2 units as of right. Additional density bonus units would also apply to these properties, permitting up to 4 dwelling units per lot and up to 6 dwelling units on corner lots not including ADU units, which may be in excess of these limits. New density bonus dwelling units would be subject to rent control.

Planning requirements would include maintaining a minimum 30% or 15' rear yard setbacks. At least 1 of the bonus dwelling units will be required to have 2 or more bedrooms OR a square footage of no less than 1/3 of the floor area of the largest unit on the lot.

Property Owners must show evidence they have owned the property for a minimum of 5 years prior to submitting their application.

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