South Yale Sector Plan
The South Yale Sector Plan was approved and adopted by the City Council on February 2, 2009.
The legislation imposes a building moratorium on approval of conditional uses (including dwelling units) and has created interim design guidelines for the area. The legislation requires that the City work closely with the residents of the Clayton Heights and Victory Hills Neighborhoods during the planning process.
Both the City of Albuquerque and the State of New Mexico are providing funding for the project. The project will be managed jointly by the Planning Department and City Council Services.
South Yale Sector Plan Legislation
South Yale Sector Plan Area
South Yale Sector Plan Interim Design Guidelines