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PROVO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
Work Meeting Agenda
12:00 pm, Tuesday, June 1, 2021
Work Meetings are designed to be a less formal venue for discussion among Council Members. Generally, no public input is taken during the meeting.
Policy Items Referred from the Planning Commission
An ordinance amending the Zone Map Classification of approximately .25 acres of real property, generally located at 790 West. 500 South, from Residential (R1.6) to Very Low Density Residential (VLDR) Zone. Franklin Neighborhood. (PLRZ20210128)
Mark Boud is requesting a zone map amendment from the R1.6A zone to the VLDR zone for a two-lot subdivision of land in the Franklin Neighborhood. The current zone, R1.6A, is just short of allowing a lot split since each lot in that zone is required to have a minimum lot area of six-thousand square feet and the total lot area of the existing lot is just over eleven-thousand square feet. With the VLDR zone each lot would only need an area of five-thousand square feet. The concept Mr. Boud is proposing shows a new single-family home on each new lot, with one facing 500 South and the other facing 800 West. The proposed lot lines shown would meet lot standards for the VLDR zone and allow the existing garage on the property to remain. Planning Commission recommended approval.
A presentation regarding the Fire Master Plan. (21-069)
Provo City Fire and Rescue have been working on a Fire Master Plan, the work is completed Chief Miguel and Bill Boyd, from Emergency Services Consulting International, will be presenting the 2021 Fire Department Master Plan.
A presentation regarding Provo 360. (21-065)
Since its launch in 2013, the City's project team has been working on Provo360, a software upgrade which would facilitate the integration of various City services and also help residents access those services more easily. The program is expected to enhance the customer experience, improve efficiency, increase transparency, empower stewardship, and promote innovation. The Provo360 project is intended to have a 10-year adoption plan. This item is to provide the Council with an update on Provo360 implementation.