Help Lacey update its Neighborhood Commercial Districts.
We are hosting a series of on-line and in-person community open houses to review our Neighborhood Commercial Districts (Districts).
These events offer opportunities to meet with neighbors, talk with City staff, learn about existing zoning standards, ask questions, and provide thoughts and ideas on how to update these Districts to better reflect the needs of the Lacey community.
Provide the opportunity for the development of small commercial facilities in residential areas catering to the day to day needs of consumers for a limited range of convenience goods and services;
Limit such commercial facilities as to size of site, bulk of structures, and to such locations as to serve a relatively large number of persons in a relatively small geographic area. To that end, pedestrian accessibility shall be a major criterion in the location of neighborhood commercial facilities;
Provide neighborhood commercial zones near residential areas to provide opportunities for neighborhood shopping and services with pedestrian accessibility.
Lacey Neighborhood Commercial District Survey
The City of Lacey Neighborhood Commercial District Survey is officially live. The survey will run through the end of December giving community members additional time to review materials and provide feedback.
It is the City’s goal to collect as many ideas and perspectives from as many backgrounds and lived experiences as possible.
To ensure project transparency, community survey results will be published to the project webpage along with future project content at each stage of the update.
To ensure we hear from as many individuals as possible, this event was offered in a hybrid format, with in-person and on-line opportunities to review content and share ideas. All exhibits and information offered at the in-person event, is also available on the City website.
Participants can review exhibits and share ideas about what they like, what they don’t like, and what they want to see in their neighborhoods through the online survey.
Exhibits will cover the history of Neighborhood Commercial Districts, how they got to be what they are today, how an application turns into a project, existing codes, and future opportunities to share ideas and connect with City staff.
Use the Navigation Arrows Below to View Posters from the November 15th Open House
Once the survey has concluded, survey results will be published to this page. In the interim, feel free to review the Open House Posters and share the survey with others who may be interested in this project.