Weber Avenue Corridor Study

Background Summary:

The Weber Avenue corridor is a short collector street corridor that connects the east side of Falls Park with the east side of Downtown. The corridor currently is a mix of industrial, commercial, office and residential land uses. The Weber Avenue Corridor study is a subarea study of the Shape Sioux Falls Comprehensive Plan and shall remain consistent with that plan. Below are the goals of the Weber Avenue Corridor Study.


Goal 1: Educate landowners and neighbors about a Weber Avenue Corridor Study and to the future development options adjacent and near the corridor by encouraging well-planned development.

Goal 2: Gain feedback from neighbors about a Weber Avenue Corridor Study and future planning decisions. 

How: By informing and involving landowners about development along and near the corridor and adopting a Corridor Plan.


Comment about the Corridor
Please begin by completing the Corridor survey (See the Comment icon at the top of the page) no answers are right or wrong with the survey.   This survey will give us a better understanding of how to best help you and your neighborhood.  This includes options to attend upcoming meetings or to meet with Planning staff about your future development plans.   

Learn about the Corridor
In addition, if you are unable to attend a meeting we also provide an on-line tutorial (See the Learn icon at the top of the page) to give property owners an understanding of how the corridor affects your property and the process involved to develop and redevelop land.

The City of Sioux Falls Planning and Building Service Department works with citizens when development or construction comes into their neighborhood. We have heard from neighbors in the past that they are concerned about changes along major corridors and it is important that we talk with them before any development applications are considered by the Planning Commission.

Please take some time to familiarize yourself with Weber Avenue Corridor website, and we look forward to discussing these issues more with you at the public meetings, over the phone, or in person. We are committed to helping citizens shape their corridor.


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