Table of contents for Form-based codes : a guide for planners, urban designers, municipalities, and developers / Daniel Parolek, Karen Parolek, and Paul Crawford.

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Preface: Expecting More From Zoning.
Chapter 1: Introduction.
Form-Based Codes Defined.
The Trouble With Conventional Zoning.
Chapter 2: Components.
The Regulating Plan.
Block Standards.
Public Space Standards.
Building Form Standards.
Frontage Type Standards.
Building Type Standards.
Architectural Standards.
Code Administration.
Chapter 3: Process.
Pre-Phase 1: Scoping.
Phase 1: Documenting.
1.1 Macro Scale.
1.2 Micro Scale.
Phase 2: Visioning.
2.1 Illustrative Plan and Imagery.
2.2 Regulating Plan and Regulations.
Phase 3: Assembling.
3.1 Splicing.
3.2 Formatting.
Chapter 4: Case Studies.
Santa Ana Renaissance Specific Plan (Santa Ana, California).
Downtown Master Plan and FBC (Benicia, California).
Miami 21 SmartCode (Miami, Florida).
Development Code Update and FBC (Grass Valley, California).
TOD SmartCode (Leander, Texas).
Heart of Peoria Land Development Code (Peoria, Illinois).
FBC for Mixed-Use Infill (Sarasota County, Florida).
Towns, Villages, Countryside (St. Lucie County, Florida).
Ventura, California.
Montgomery, Alabama.
Chapter 5: Supplemental Material.
Common Mistakes.
Bibliography and References.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Public architecture -- Planning.
Real estate development.
City planning.
Land use, Urban.
Zoning boards.
Municipal services.