Will there be apartments or high-density residential?
No. The current draft concept plan contains no apartments. Apartment and condominiums are sometimes referred to as high-density residential (typically 20+ units per acre). There is no high density residential.

Frog Pond West is 100% single-family, detached homes. The areas in the Urban Reserve are planned for a greater mix of housing, including medium-density residential (townhomes or cottage lots, for example) but no apartments.

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1. Why is the Frog Pond Area being Planned?
2. Will there be apartments or high-density residential?
3. I like large lots (9,000 square feet and larger) - will those be included?
4. Does the City really need more residential land?
5. Will the plan include homes for first-time homebuyers?
6. Is the City asking Metro to bring the Urban Reserve Areas into the Urban Growth Boundary at this time?
7. When will development start, and where?
8. When could development of the Urban Reserve Areas happen?
9. What is the vision for the area?
10. What additional land uses will there be, other than residential?
11. I’m concerned about traffic – what about that?
12. How will infrastructure be paid for?
13. How can I get involved and stay involved?