A series of public meetings beginning June 11 will be held to receive public input.
Infill, redevelopment, multi-family housing, high density — these terms have become common recently in Norman’s zoning and development discussions.
. . .High-density requests have been coming to Norman, but the city has no ordinances to allow for or guide high-density development. City leaders want to create a policy to address the growing area of concern. To that end, the city has scheduled several public meetings to discuss the issue.
A series of six public discussions regarding high-density regulations has been scheduled between June 11 and Aug. 30 to “gather public input regarding a number of factors involved in high-density development,” according to a press release issued by the city this week.
. . .High-density infill is also a means of containing population growth to urbanized areas while protecting green space and agricultural designations on the edge of cities.
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