Main Street lot

A proposed rezone of 910 N. Main Street—currently an empty lot—would encourage commercial development along Hailey’s Main Street corridor, west of the AmericInn, according to a city staff report. 

The Hailey City Council will consider a planned-unit development application tonight, Monday, April 25, for a 12-unit workforce-housing project in the Woodside subdivision.

The project, from ARCH Community Housing Trust, proposes three fourplex residential buildings at 2711 and 2721 Shenandoah Drive. Eight units would be dedicated to local households earning 60% or less of area median income and four units would be reserved for St. Luke's Wood River employees, according to a city staff report. Rent would be "based on income" and would not exceed more than 30% of an individual’s or a household’s adjusted gross income, that report states.

Also on Monday evening, the council will consider an application from the Joan A. Williams Revocable Trust to rezone a one-acre parcel at 910 North Main Street from General Residential to Business. The rezone would reclassify the land to match adjacent business-zoned properties to the west, such as Albertsons and Stinker Gas.

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