The Plex Paradox: Writing the Code to Undo Single-Family Zoning


Date/Time
Date(s) - Jun 17, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

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Presented by
California Chapter of the American Planning Association
The California Planning and Development Report
Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley

Motivated by both principle and practicality, city councils across California have adopted, or are considering, policies to loosen single-family zoning and ease the way for duplexes and other small multi-unit configurations. Elected officials and stakeholders alike have promoted these policies both to increase their respective cities’ housing supply and to undo 20th century zoning policies that have served as tools of racial and economic segregation. But how?

Moderator
Bill Fulton, Publisher, California Planning and Development Report

Panelists
Tom Pace, Director of Community Development, City of Sacramento
Karen Parolek, Principal and CFO, Opticos Design
Sandra Wood, Principal Planner, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, City of Portland, Oregon

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