Neighborhood Conservation Districts are a zoning overlay tool intended to protect a neighborhood’s unique character. This overlay will consider the relationship between place and architecture; the community’s demographics; as well as the neighborhood’s culture and environmental characteristics.
Conservation Districts will be used to protect, restore, preserve and enhance significant areas within a community beyond what is specified in the standard zoning code with the intention to promote growth and enhance the wellbeing of Neighborhood Conservation Districts the community.
“Consideration of Brownsville Road as a potential Neighborhood Conservation
District is in agreement with the Cultural Heritage Plan’s recommended
“opportunity” for Sector 5”
Architectural Inventory Carrick Neighborhood Oct. 2016
City-County Building Lighting - What Do Tonight's Colors Represent?
Beginning June 1, 2020, the City-County Building will be lit to celebrate Pride Month.
For questions about the lighting at the City-County Building, please reach out to the Office of the Mayor.