Chapel Hill Transit Needs Your Input!
The Chapel Hill Transit service area is continuing to grow and how people get around is changing. Building on past planning work, Chapel Hill Transit is conducting a Short-Range Transit Plan (SRTP) that will service as a roadmap for the next 10 years and position the system for continued future success. This plan is being developed in coordination with similar short range transit planning efforts being undertaken by Orange Public Transportation and GoTriangle.
What can Chapel Hill Transit do to better meet your transit needs?
Council Meeting Summary
Council meeting summaries are issued from the Communications and Public Affairs Department following most business meetings. To sign up to receive these by email, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. This brief summary is sent immediately following the public meeting. It should not be viewed as official minutes.
Would you like to view the Council video? (townofchapelhill.org/councilvideo - this should be ready for online viewing by Tuesday afternoon).
On-Street Parking Limit
The Council approved extending the maximum-allowed time for on-street parking from two hours to three hours. Feedback from visitors and central business district merchants was gathered by Town staff, developing this recommendation to extend the time.
Chapel Hill Retirement Residence – 700 N. Estes Dr.
The Council held a public hearing, continued from Feb. 13, 2017, for a zoning atlas amendment to rezone a vacant 6.44-acre site at 700 N. Estes Dr. from Residential-1 (R-1) to Residential-5-Conditional (R-5-C). The applicant is proposing construction of an approximately 139,000 sq. ft. independent senior living facility with 152 senior units and 99 motor-vehicle parking spaces. The Council closed the public hearing and approved the zoning atlas amendment.
The Council also held a public hearing, continued from Feb. 13, 2017, for a special use permit at 700 N. Estes Dr. The Council closed the public hearing and approved the special use permit.