What will Buffalo’s built environment look like in years to come? How tall will buildings be? What materials will they be made from? How will they intact with the street? Will they respect our history? Will they challenge architects to design better structures? Will the codes be followed? Will they be enforced? Are they progressive enough? How will the standards be different from our outdated codes?
The Elmwood Village Association is hosting a meeting to discuss the City of Buffalo’s draft Green Code Unified Development Ordinance, as it pertains to residents, building owners and property owners. City of Buffalo Office of Strategic Planning and Elmwood Village Association board members and staff will both be present at the meeting, and will field questions and offer feedback.
Hosted by Buffalo State’s Small Business Development Center – choose from two sessions.
Thursday, July 10th
Session 1 – 5:30 PM
5:30 – 6:00 PM – Presentation
6:00 – 6:45 PM – Moderated breakout discussions
Session 2 – 7 PM
7:00 – 7:30 PM – Presentation
7:30 – 8:15 PM – Moderated breakout discussions
Buffalo State College Butler Library, Room 210 (see campus map)
Click here for a campus map.
Parking restrictions in all Student, Staff, and Faculty lots have been waived from 5-9 PM that evening.
For more information about the Green Code and links to the zoning map and draft plan, please visit www.buffalogreencode.com