CodeNEXT

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CodeNEXT is Austin’s attempt to rewrite our existing land development code (LDC for short), which was adopted in the Eighties when Austin was “weirder” and way smaller. A lot of people, even some hesitant CodeNEXT supporters, believe our current code is no longer working. Basically, we're asking a flip phone to handle today's more advanced emojis, apps, and internet speed... MORE

Council: Austin, Can You Spare $7 million?
Council Wrap June 22, 2017
CodeNEXT, budget, and the long shadow of the state

June 26, 2017

CodeNEXT Gets Affordable
CodeNEXT Gets Affordable
Learn what, how, and where affordability incentives will apply

June 22, 2017

CodeNEXT Advisory Group Ready for Next Steps
CodeNEXT Advisory Group Ready for Next Steps
Second draft of land development code soon to be in the works

June 15, 2017

Council: Not According to Code
Council Wrap June 8, 2017
Parks, plumbing, and miscellaneous

June 12, 2017

Council: Park It Here
Council: Park It Here
Slouching toward a summer break

June 8, 2017

CodeNEXT
Public Notice: “We Can’t Hear You.”
CodeNEXT planning process remains a mystery

June 1, 2017

News Orgs Unite for Austin Municipal Research Institute
News Orgs Unite for Austin Municipal Research Institute
Statesman, Monitor, KUT, and KLRU to collaborate on CodeNEXT beat

June 1, 2017

Council: Code Blue
Council: Code Blue
Lamentations on land use

June 1, 2017

“This is not workable.”
“This is not workable.”
City Commissions slam draft CodeNEXT plan in Tuesday joint meeting

May 31, 2017

Public Notice: The Greatest Show on Access
Public Notice: The Greatest Show on Access
ZAP, PC take turns hacking code

May 25, 2017

Public Notice: Fun Is Where You Find It
Public Notice: Fun Is Where You Find It
Some things to look forward to(?) this summer

May 18, 2017

CodeNEXT
Reporters Roundtable
Michael King talks local politics with the Austin Monitor

May 15, 2017

CodeNEXT
Public Notice: CodeNEXT Version 1.1?

May 11, 2017

Council: UnLocal Control
Council: UnLocal Control
Lawsuits, Lions Municipal, and a little land use mixed between

May 11, 2017

CodeNEXT Marches On
CodeNEXT Marches On
Coding affordability

May 11, 2017

CodeNEXT
Public Notice: Affordability & Economic Segregation
(Plus some fun stuff at the end)

May 4, 2017

CodeNEXT
Public Notice: Glowing, Like a Nuclear Reactor

April 27, 2017

Point Austin: Prisoners of Success
Point Austin: Prisoners of Success
The ever-elusive Austin determination to “manage growth”

April 20, 2017

Public Notice: Ten Things
Public Notice: Ten Things
A CodeNEXT primer, and happy Earth Day

April 20, 2017

Quote of the Week
Quote of the Week
Mayor Adler says "chill out"

April 20, 2017

Dawn of the Code
Dawn of the Code
CodeNEXT maps released by city staff, presented to Council

April 18, 2017

CodeNEXT
Public Notice: More and Cheaper Housing
Demographer’s report offers new perspectives

April 13, 2017

Council: Our House, in the Middle of the Corridor
Council: Our House, in the Middle of the Corridor
Council considers strategic housing … again

April 13, 2017

City's Racism Task Force Unveils Report
City's Racism Task Force Unveils Report
Group focuses on five issues to combat institutional racism

April 4, 2017

CodeNEXT
Point Austin: The Mayor’s Tightrope
Tip-toeing our way toward a consensus on housing supply

March 30, 2017

How Much Is 97%? AURA and Adler Exchange Notes on CodeNEXT.
How Much Is 97%? AURA and Adler Exchange Notes on CodeNEXT.
Everybody's in transition zones over land use

March 23, 2017

CodeNEXT
Public Notice: The EV/AV Club
Thinking big about planning and mobility

March 9, 2017

CodeNEXT
Public Notice: The New Apartheid?
Everyone hates the non-transect zones

March 2, 2017

Mayor's Omnibus Resolution: A Year Later
Mayor's Omnibus Resolution: A Year Later
Twelve months after Mayor Steve Adler rolled out his plan to save live music and the arts, what's happened?

Feb. 23, 2017

CodeNEXT
Public Notice: Stating the Obvious
Adler’s “Austin Bargain” missing some fine print

Feb. 9, 2017

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