Urban Art Ordinance

The Urban Art Ordinance was initiated in 2006 with the adoption of the Downtown Specific Plan, and expanded city-wide in 2010. The Ordinance requires the installation of public art on-site for all new development over $500,000, or payment of an in-lieu fee. Since adoption, the Ordinance has raised more than $3 million for public arts programming.

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Orcutt Ranch

Orcutt Ranch is an infill area within the suburban neighborhoods of south San Luis Obispo. This study for a traditional neighborhood design was created as alternative to conventional suburban models to demonstrate a strategy for developing the ranch while also maintaining featuring a large hill and small arroyo creek within a conversation area.

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