Affordable Master Planned Development (AMPD) Land Management Code

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Since 1984, the Land Management Code outlined a density bonus for developers of Affordable Master Planned Developments (AMPDs). However, in the past 36 years, the density bonus was not enough – no AMPDs have been built by a private developer or a public-private partnership.

In 2018, City Council directed Planning and Housing staff to evaluate potential amendments to the AMPD code to incentivize public-private partnerships for affordable housing development. After a nearly three-year process and third-party studies, staff is finalizing proposed amendments with the hope that private developers will be incentivized to partner with the City to build 800 affordable

Since 1984, the Land Management Code outlined a density bonus for developers of Affordable Master Planned Developments (AMPDs). However, in the past 36 years, the density bonus was not enough – no AMPDs have been built by a private developer or a public-private partnership.

In 2018, City Council directed Planning and Housing staff to evaluate potential amendments to the AMPD code to incentivize public-private partnerships for affordable housing development. After a nearly three-year process and third-party studies, staff is finalizing proposed amendments with the hope that private developers will be incentivized to partner with the City to build 800 affordable units for the workforce by 2026.

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    Is there a specific area in Park City and Deer Valley identified for the AHP?

    Lois Lacy asked 3 months ago

    The AMPD code is proposed to allow developments that contain a mix of affordable and market-rate units in non-historic zones that permit multi-unit dwellings. These zones include the Residential Development, Residential Development Medium, Residential Medium, Recreation Commercial, General Commercial, Light Industrial, and Community Transition zones. A zoning map is available here.