As Anchorage grapples with a shortage of all kinds of housing, planners, residents and builders discuss proposed changes to zoning laws in some neighborhoods to allow for infill housing, and potential property tax incentives for builders who bring housing into the downtown area. These aren’t the only ideas, and we’ll mention others on this week’s Hometown Alaska.
Catch up on how planners are thinking, and bring your questions.
HOST: Kathleen McCoy
- Michelle McNulty, planning director, municipality of Anchorage
- Christopher Constant, assembly member, former community council president, realtor
- Christopher Schutte, director, economic and community development, municipality of Anchorage
- Anchorage 2040 Land Use Plan, municipality of Anchorage website
- Anchorage 2040 Land Use Plan implementation pages, municipality of Anchorage website
- Compatible-Scale Infill Housing proposal, public hearing March 4
- Community and builder comments in reaction to proposed R2 zoning modifications
- AEDC Live, Work Play 2018 Anchorage Housing Survey Report, (PDF-27 pgs)
- Proposal:Build housing in downtown Anchorage, get a 12-year property tax break, ADN, 1.27.2019
- Smaller homes, less sprawl: How Anchorage could grow over the next 20 years, ADN, 9.4.2017
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