Woodlawn Lake Area
Neighborhood Conservation District

NCD Document

The Woodlawn Lake Community Association applied for the Neighborhood Conservation District designation during the 2008 - 2009 city-wide call for applications period.  In the summer of 2009, the Woodlawn area was selected as a candidate for the next neighborhood conservation district.  

A Neighborhood Conservation District is an overlay zoning district that contains design standards for new and rehabilitative development. Property owners, together with Planning staff, develop the design standards based on the character, form, and dominant architecture of the area. These standards can address building height, size, massing, signage, building orientation, sidewalk location, etc.

The oodlawn Lake Area Neighborhood Conservation District is a result of goals established in the Near Northwest Neighborhood Plan.

Boundary Area:

The boundary was determined, in part, by the Woodlawn Lake Community Association boundary.  It is bound by Woodlawn Avenue to the north, Zarzamora to the east, Culebra to the south, and General McMullen and St. Cloud to the west.  This boundary is conceptual and may change during the 9 - 10 month planning process. 



For additional information please contact:

Gary Edenburn

210-207-0139

   
 

Timeline of Events

City Council Adoption:  November 18, 2010
Zoning Commission: November 16, 2010
August 30, 2010
Third Public Meeting:
Fenwick Elementary School Cafeteria
6:00 PM
1930 Waverly Ave.

Presentation of NCD Draft Document

February 25, 2010
Second Public Meeting:
Fenwick Elementary School Cafeteria
6:30 PM
1930 Waverly Ave.

Agenda

October 21, 2009
First Public Meeting and Open House:
Fenwick Elementary School Cafeteria
6:30 PM
1930 Waverly Ave.
Agenda
Presentation

Summer/ Fall, 2009
Preliminary meetings begin with neighborhood association members and District 7 Council office to discuss the NCD designation planning process.

August, 2009
The City formally selects the Woodlawn Lake area to undergo the designated process to become the City's 8th Neighborhood Conservation District.

March, 2009
The Woodlawn Lake Community Association applies for NCD designation.

February 24, 2009
At the request of the Woodlawn Lake Community Association, city staff presents the NCD program and application process to members at the monthly neighborhood association meeting.

December 2008 - March 2009
The City of San Antonio opens the application process for interested neighborhoods to submit an application for the NCD designation.  The application process is competitive and generally only one neighborhood is selected each fiscal year.

Fiscal Year 2004 - 2005
Woodlawn applies for NCD designation, but was selected 3rd behind Beacon Hill and Mahnke Park, respectively.

 


   

 

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