Loveland: Council Postpones Adoption of New Impact Fees

The City Council has been discussing a new methodology for calculating capital expansion (or impact) fees for new development for five years. Last week staff presented Council with a resolution adopting the new plans based fees but after a long conversation, Council opted to postpone the decision until September. The CEFs under consideration included fire,Continue reading “Loveland: Council Postpones Adoption of New Impact Fees”

Longmont: Residential Building Permits on the Rise

According to data presented by Longmont’s Community Development Department, new residential construction is increasing while commercial development has slightly decreased. A total of 2,464 residential permits have been issued through July 2016, compared with 2, 275 for the same time period in 2015. Those numbers include all types of new construction as well as remodelingContinue reading “Longmont: Residential Building Permits on the Rise”