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NTM-1 Map Amendment

Project Overview

The City of St. Petersburg is initiating a rezoning of qualified properties to NTM-1 (Neighborhood Traditional Mixed Residential) along qualified Future Major Streets. Under this proposed change, single-family houses may expand to include accessory dwelling units (e.g. garage apartments) or be redeveloped up to a maximum four (4) residential units. These units may be developed as rental apartments, townhouses, or condominiums.

Letter of Introduction: Detailed Description
Postcard: Information Meeting Invitation

Upcoming Meetings


  • 2022-12-13, 2:00 PM: CPPC Information Workshop; City Hall, 175 5th St. N
  • 2023-01-10, 2:00 PM: CPPC Public Hearing; City Council Chamber, City Hall, 175 5th St. N
  • 2023-02-09 (tentative): City Council 1st Reading and 1st Public Hearing; City Hall, 175 5th St. N.
  • 2023-03-09 (tentative): City Council 2nd Reading and Adoption Hearing; City Hall, 175 5th St.

Past Meetings


  • 2022, 11-16: Virtual Workshop / Recorded Video, Password &N6TPR&?
  • 2022, 11-15: In-Person Workshop, Roberts Recreation Center
  • 2022, 11-15: Virtual Workshop / Recorded Video, Password bPS#c2ZY
  • 2022, 11-14: In-Person Workshop, Childs Park Recreation Center / Presentation
  • 2022, 05-26: Committee of the Whole / Video
  • 2022, 02-24: Committee of the Whole / Video, Presentation (Starts page 32)
  • 2021, 12-16: Housing, Land Use, Transportation Cmte / Video, Presentation (Starts page 11)
  • 2021, 10-14: Housing, Land Use, Transportation Cmte / Video, Presentation (Starts page 10)

Resources

Public Comments

Submit Public Comments

Ann Vickstrom, Planner II
Urban Planning and Historic Preservation Division
(727) 892-5807

Derek Kilborn, Manager
Urban Planning and Historic Preservation Division
(727) 893-7872

OTher Adopted Ordinances


LDR 2022-01 Accessory Dwelling Units, Ord. 509-H
On July 14, 2022, City Council adopted Ordinance 509-H. This ordinance includes important changes that expand Accessory Dwelling Units into the NS (Neighborhood Suburban), NT-3 (Neighborhood Traditional), and NSM (Neighborhood Suburban Multi-family) zoning categories, with conditions. A parking exemption for properties within 1/8-mile of delineated High Frequency Transit Routes and other minor changes to the Accessory Living Space standard were also included.