Planning Commission to Discuss Carson City Cannabis Location Expansion, Growth Management | Carson City Nevada News
The Growth Management Commission and the Planning Commission will meet today, Wednesday, at 4 p.m. and 5 p.m., respectively, in the Bob Crowell Council Chambers at the Carson City Community Center.
As part of the Growth Management Committee, which begins at 4 p.m., discussion and possible action will take place regarding the following:
- The establishment of a maximum number of residential construction permit allocations for the years 2023 and 2024
- Estimated maximum number of residential building permits for the years 2025 and 2026
- Establish the number of building permit awards in the development and general property categories
- Establish a maximum average daily water consumption for commercial and industrial building permits
- Identify the criteria to be applied when making decisions about commercial and industrial projects aiming to exceed the threshold
After the growth management meeting, the board will meet again as the planning committee, beginning at 5 p.m.
On today’s agenda:
– Qualcan, LLC is seeking the Planning Commission’s recommendation to the Board of Supervisors to amend cannabis provisions governing the number of cannabis retail stores and allowing drive-thru availability at medical cannabis dispensaries and cannabis retail stores.
Applicant proposes to amend the Carson City Municipal Code (CCMC) to increase the number of licensed cannabis retail stores in Carson City from two to three and to provide for the sale of cannabis while driving at cannabis dispensaries medical and cannabis retail stores.
Nevada laws allow up to four cannabis retail stores in Carson City.
Similarly, the Board of Supervisors seeks a recommendation from the Planning Commission to amend the CCMC to establish provisions for curbside cannabis collection at medical cannabis dispensaries and cannabis retail stores. .
In August 2021, council considered an ordinance prohibiting curbside pickup for cannabis sales, but council rejected the proposed ordinance and requested that an ordinance establishing curbside pickup provisions be referred to council.
The order proposes to amend the CCMC to allow curbside pickup under certain conditions.
— Katherine Ardesco, owner of Dark Willow Emporium, is applying for a special use permit to establish a tattoo parlor located in the existing business at 1802 North Carson Street. Dark Willow Emporium has been providing in-house tattoo services since it opened in May.
– Carson City Parks and Recreation is applying for a special use permit for the construction of a maintenance building and yard in Mills Park, which would result in a 1,590 square foot maintenance building with a yard maintenance site of 9,500 safe feet in the park.
— Pillar Income Asset Management has requested a one-year extension to December 15, 2023 of an approved special use permit to allow further compliance with downtown mixed-use standards, regarding a multi-family residential development on a property located at 906 Stewart Street South. Staff recommends approval.
— Mears Pipeline, LLC is applying for a Special Use Permit to permit outdoor storage of equipment and materials on two adjacent lots located at 2451 and 2501 Arrowhead Drive.
— An applicant is applying for a special use permit for a guest building over 700 square feet and an accessory structure greater than 75% of the square footage of the main structure and greater than 5% of the size of the plot for a 6,000 square foot single family residential zoned property, located at 2118 Roop Street. The project involves an 875 square foot guest building, a 1,582 square foot garage and a 572 square foot home gym.
– Similarly, an applicant is requesting a special use permit to allow for the expansion of a guest building to a structure built in the 1950s, adding approximately 200 square feet with an attached 284 square foot garage at 1555 Kings Canyon Road.
To read the agenda in its entirety, Click here.