Unified Development Code
What Is The Unified Development Code?
The Unified Development Code (UDC) is a document that consolidates all development-related regulations including zoning and land use, subdivisions, design and development standards, and review procedures. The UDC has several advantages over maintaining separate zoning and subdivision ordinances.
First, it avoids overlapping, conflicting, or inconsistent requirements by providing one source for all standards and approval procedures. Second, the UDC is simpler for customers to use since they only need to become familiar with one set of standards. Finally, by integrating all types of development, the UDC offers a more flexible and comprehensive approach to design, which leads to a more consistent treatment of different types of development.
The Unified Development Code project schedule is available for viewing here.
Unified Development Code Advisory Committee
|Roscoe Lee||Colleen Ethridge|
|Mark Stelly||Tony Russo|
|Paul Lopez||Fred Griffin|
|John Wilkinson||Lara Forde|
|Troy Shanks||Charles Pulliam|
April 12, 2022 - Unified Development Code meeting with consultant, Kendig Keast Collaborative
On April 12, the Unified Development Code (UDC) Committee met with Kendig Keast Collaborative (KKC) to discuss and provide feedback on Module 1 of the UDC.
This module includes Zoning Districts and Dimensional Standards, Use Standards, General Development Standards and Subdivision and Flood Standards.
January 10, 2022 - Unified Development Code presentation by Kendig Keast Collaborative
On Monday, January 10, Kendig Keast Collaborative (KKC) provided an update on the Unified Development Code process including major goals for the final document and an outline of the next steps planned for 2022.
Unified Development Code - Introductory Presentation by Kendig Keast Collaborative
The City of Nassau Bay has retained Kendig Keast Collaborative (KKC) to assist in the development of the City's Unified Development Code. The presentation linked below provides an overview of the scope and general process as an introduction to the project.
The PowerPoint is available HERE.
Photos from the November 8, 2021 meeting are provided below.