Special Interest Items:
Interactive MAP of existing gardens (Check box for "General / Gardens")
Memorandum submitted by SUAC and Bon Secours St. Petersburg
Memorandum submitted by Kip Curtis
Current Section 16.50.085 regulating community gardens
Current Chapter 4 regulating the keeping of chickens, bees, etc.
|PS&I||06-13-2013||City Hall, 9:30 a.m.||Presentation||Video|
|PS&I||12-12-2013||City Hall, 9:30 a.m.||Presentation|
In January 2010, the City Council’s Public Service and Infrastructure Committee (PS&I) received a presentation from staff concerning the issue of local landmark designation without owner consent. The PS&I members decided that a comprehensive review of the Historic and Archaeological Preservation Overlay section of the Land Development Regulations (LDRs) would be appropriate as well as potential changes to the Transfer of Development Rights, Historic (TDR,H) program. To accomplish this task, the Community Preservation Commission (CPC) formed a Committee on Historic Preservation to solicit input from stakeholders and interested parties. The stated objective was to enhance activities of the CPC and clarify the processes and procedures related to historic preservation, including but not limited to, local landmark designation, the Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) process and the TDR,H program.
At the CPC workshop on April 14, 2010, the CPC voted to establish the Historic Preservation Committee. At the first meeting of the Committee on May 18, 2010, the Committee decided to form five (5) subcommittees that subsequently met individually to focus on the various issues. The subcommittees’ recommendations make up the final recommendation of the Historic Preservation Committee.
- Section 16.20.120 – Downtown Center Districts (DC)
- Section 16.30.070 – Historic and Archaeological Preservation Ordinance
- Section 16.70.040.1.17 – Transfer of Development Rights, Historic (Page 68 of 86)
- CPC, April 14, 2010
- CPC – Historic Preservation Committee, May 18, 2010
- Subcommittees met individually
- CPC, April 15, 2011 - Video
- City Council Workshop, July 28, 2011 - Video
- City Council Workshop, October 18, 2012 - Video
This is a city-initiated application requesting to establish an Artist Enclave Overlay District (“AEOD”) in accordance with Section 16.30.030 of the City of St. Petersburg’s City Code, Chapter 16. The purpose of the AEOD is to accommodate a mix of small-scale, home business uses oriented toward or supporting the visual, performing, and cultural arts, while maintaining the residential character of the predominantly single-family, residential neighborhood.
In December 2013, the City Council voted to initiate designation of the Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association boundary and the Old Southeast Neighborhood Association boundary, as individual Artist Enclave Overlay Districts. The application was recently scheduled for review by the City's Community Planning and Preservation Commission and City Council.
Existing Sections 16.50.180 titled "Home Occupation" and 16.50.170 titled "Hobbies", allow for a variety of home-based occupations and activities. The various regulations pertaining to production, the prohibition against hosting customers on-site, and the prohibition against on-site sales led to a discussion about the unique requirements of artists. In 2010, city staff engaged the arts community to draft regulations that were uniquely tailored to their needs but remained sensitive to potential impacts upon surrounding properties. Section 16.30.030 establishing the requirements for creating an Artist Enclave Overlay District were approved by City Council on December 16, 2010:
- Art-related activities shall only be allowed as an accessory use to a primary residence within the affected single- family zoning districts. See Section 16.30.030.5.1;
- General office and neighborhood-scale retail shall be by scheduled appointment only and include restrictions on the number of appointments per day;
- Outdoor display of finished products for sale or unfinished products is prohibited;
- Other criteria regulate parking, signage, hours, noise, and production techniques;
- 12 arts-related special events are allowed per year.
CPPC - September 9, 2014 at 3:00 p.m.
Link to staff reports > Click "Reports" for September 9, 2014
AEOD 2014-01-A: Historic Kenwood AEOD Map
AEOD 2014-01-B: Old Southeast AEOD Map
CPPC Meeting Notice - Historic Kenwood Artist Enclave Overlay District
CPPC Meeting Notice - Old Southeast Artist Enclave Overlay District
City Council - 1st Public Hearing, October 2, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.
City Council - 2nd Public Hearing, October 16, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.
Chapter 16 of the City Code is formally known as the Land Development Regulations (LDRs), which include zoning regulations and site planning and design standards. The LDRs in their current form became effective on September 10, 2007 and have since been modified periodically to stay current with evolving community preferences and to resolve minor inconsistencies, improve clarity of understanding and respond to changes in local, state and federal law.
Ideas and requests for improvements to the LDRs are submitted from a variety of sources, including the general public, city council, administration and staff. Improvements are generally processed bi-annually, twice per year.
To submit your code improvement suggestion(s), email:
Derek S. Kilborn, City Planner
LDR Code Amendment Schedule
The LDR Code Amendment Scedule is a tentative schedule for the processing of city-initiated applications to amend the text of the city's Land Development Regulations (LDRs). Please be advised, the schedule is tentative and subject to change depending on circumstances. Private-initiated applications may be filed and processed at any time. Please contact Derek Kilborn, Manager, Urban Planning and Historic Preservation at (727) 893-7872 for more information.
LDR Code Improvements - Adopted
Ordinance 123-H: LDR Code Amendment Package No. 6 Ordinance 116-H: Mobile Food Trucks Ordinance 117-H: Signs (Dwell Time)
Ordinance 100-H: Commission Consolidation Ordinance 98-H: Flood Management Ordinance 83-H: Density and Design CCT-1 and CRT-1 Ordinance 81-H: LDR Code Amendment Package No. 5
Ordinance 52-H: Signs Ordinance 50-H: Building Separation, Downtown Center Ordinance 35-H: Digital Billboards Ordinance 21-H: Docks Ordinance 25-H: Downtown Waterfront Master Plan
Ordinance 1029-G: LDR Code Amendment Package No. 4 Ordinance 1012-G: City Attorney Codification Update Ordinance 3-H: Signage for BlueWays Ordinance 13-H: Beekeeping
Ordinance 971-G: Temporary Parking Lots Ordinance 985-G: LDR Code Amendment Package No. 3 Ordinance 1007-G: Artist Enclave Overlay District
Ordinance 933-G: Community Gardens Ordinance 934-G: Drought Tolerant Turf Ordinance 935-G: Office, General within DC-P Ordinance 936-G: Maximum Height Map within DC Ordinance 937-G: Maximum Height Map within DC Ordinance 957-G: Pushcarts Ordinance 959-G: Historic Preservation TDRs
Ordinance 876-G: LDR .Amend. Package No. 1 Ordinance 882-G: Tree Removal Permits Ordinance 892-G: LDR Amend. Package No. 2 (Procedures) Ordinance 893-G: LDR Amend. Package No. 2 (All Others) Ordinance 900-G: Temporary Uses
Ordinance 777-G: Adoption of LDRs Ordinance 819-G: Adoption of LDRs (DC Districts) Ordinance 820-G: Adoption of LDRs (Procedures) Ordinance 821-G: Adoption of LDRs (All Other)