On May 9, 2018, the SWNA board provided information about the City’s comprehensive plan realignment project. The board has examined a recently provided City map showing those affected parcels within the SWNA boundaries. The following information assesses the potential effects of the realignment project.
The SWNA will continue to monitor this project and provide pertinent updates.
Specifically, in Summit West, two parcels will be rezoned from RS (single family) to PF (public facilities):
— one is the 40 acres of city property at the top of Overturf Butte, which has two water tanks, a dog park, and a park trail
— the second is Quail Park on Regency, west of Mt. Washington
The other parcel is a surface mine along Shevlin Park Rd, which will be rezoned to single family.
All of these changes are consistent with current uses (the single family to public facilities changes) or will bring the use more in line with surrounding properties (the surface mine to single family change).
Overall, the impact of the planned map alignment project on SWNA is not huge.