For a project review:
1. Contact CANPAC and request a project review be added
to a meeting agenda (it may take up to 6 weeks to be added to
a meeting agenda).
Requests must include:
Project Program: Describe the project narratively, indicating
either commercial/institutional/mixed-use, etc., project name,
project address, project owner & contact information, project
schedule, city zoning case number, city staff contact, existing
zoning and use, zoning desired, conditional overlays proposed,
number of living units, square feet broken out per use, square
feet of site area, number of floors, building height, on-site
open space, proposed FAR, proposed impervious cover, parking count,
list of entitlements requested from the city, site photos, describe
how the project fits in with the neighborhood plan and neighborhood
Project Drawings: Conceptual design documents drawn to
scale to include: Vicinity diagram, schematic project site plan
showing building area & adjacent property buildings, site
plan showing circulation (auto, pedestrian, bike, public transit),
drawing to describe street-scape treatment, floor plans, exterior
elevations and or building massing.
2. CANPAC will request that the project also be reviewed
by the applicable neighborhood associations. A final CANPAC position
will not be reached until the applicable neighborhoods have had
a chance to recommend a position on the project to CANPAC.
3. CANPAC will invite the applicant of a proposed project
to make a presentation at a CANPAC meeting.
4. A CANPAC subcommittee for the project may be appointed.
Unless stated otherwise, CANPAC will prepare a response to the
proposed project in the CANPAC meeting following the meeting in
which the project presentation was made. Additional materials
or meetings may be requested before a final position is reached