AGENDA 
PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION

City of High Point
Municipal Office Building
City Council Chambers
July 23, 2019
6:00 p.m.
1.

Call to Order

2.

Approval of the June 25, 2019 Meeting Minutes

3.

Public Hearing Items

3.I.

RIMAR LLC, Zoning Map Amendment 19-09

A request by RIMAR LLC to rezone approximately 22.2 acres from the Residential Single Family-3 (R-3) District and the Residential Single Family-20 (RS-20) District, within Forsyth County's jurisdiction, to a Conditional Zoning Residential Multifamily-16 (CZ RM-16) District.  The site lies along the west side of Skeet Club Road and surrounded on three sides by Joyce Circle.  Approval of this rezoning request is contingent upon City Council approval of a voluntary annexation request. 
3.II.

High Point University, Plan Amendment 19-01

A request by High Point University to change the Land Use Map classification for approximately 33 acres from Low Density Residential, Local Convenience Commercial and Recreation/Open Space to an Institutional classification.  The site lies approximately 150 feet west of Panther Drive and is bounded by N. Centennial Street, E. Lexington Avenue and E. Farriss Avenue.
3.III.

High Point University, Zoning Map Amendment 19-11

A request by High Point University to rezone approximately 37 acres from the Residential Single Family–5 (R-5) District, the Residential Multifamily-16 (RM-16) District, the Limited Business District (LB) District, a Conditional Zoning Limited Business (CZ-LB) District and a Conditional Zoning Institutional (CZ-I) District to a Conditional Zoning Institutional (CZ-I) District.  The site is bounded by N. Centennial Street, E. Lexington Avenue, Panther Drive and E. Farriss Avenue.
3.IV.

Soulin and Som Put Pasit, Zoning Map Amendment 19-12

A request by Soulin Pasit and Som Put Pasit to rezone an approximate 1.6-acre parcel from the Residential Single Family–40 (RS-40) District, within Guilford County's jurisdiction, to the Residential Single Family–3 (R-3) District.  The site is east of Penny Road, approximately 650 feet south of Eagle Glen Road.  Approval of this rezoning request is contingent upon City Council approval of a voluntary annexation request.
3.V.

City of High Point, Zoning Map Amendment 19-13

A request by the Planning and Development Department to rezone 31 properties, totaling approximately 47 acres, as part of the Comprehensive Zoning Map Amendment project.  The properties are located at various locations along the N. Main Street corridor (north Eastchester/Westchester Drive), along the E. Parris Avenue corridor, and along the Old Winston Road corridor.  The request proposes to rezone these parcels to the Transitional Office (TO) District, the Limited Business (LB) District and the General Business (GB) District.
4.

Director's Report