Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Weld, Govt Greeley

Greeley: Imagine Greeley Needs You

Greeley is moving forward quickly with its Comprehensive Plan update, known as Imagine Greeley. Community Development Director Brad Mueller says the plan is on track for adoption by the end of 2017. The plan focuses on the following topics:  housing access (affordable and diverse housing types), growth, economic health, livability and capital and operations. After… Continue reading Greeley: Imagine Greeley Needs You

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Boulder, Govt Longmont

Longmont: Boston-Sunset Annexation Request Approved

The City Council approved a request by Riverset, LLC annex approximately seven acres on the northeast corner of Boston Avenue and Sunset Street, west of the St. Vrain Creek Greenway. The property is currently in Boulder County jurisdiction and is zoned General Industrial (GI), though it is in the city’s municipal service area. The Envision… Continue reading Longmont: Boston-Sunset Annexation Request Approved

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Weld, Govt Greeley

Greeley: Greeley Kicks Off Comp Plan Update

This month the City kicked off its update to the comprehensive plan, Imagine Greeley. The comprehensive plan which articulates the City’s long-term vision was first adopted in 1997 and is revised approximately every ten years. In public meetings this month, the City asked the public to provide thoughts on Greeley’s future. What public amenities are… Continue reading Greeley: Greeley Kicks Off Comp Plan Update

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer, Govt Loveland

Loveland: Consultants Critique Development Code

To kick off the City’s Development Code Task Force, staff distributed a strategic assessment of the existing Development Code prepared by Fairfield and Woods, a law firm hired by the City to help rewrite the Code. The consultants offered a practical critique of the Code with recommendations to improve it. The Code should be simplified… Continue reading Loveland: Consultants Critique Development Code

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer, Govt Loveland

Loveland: Consultants Critique Development Code

To kick off the City’s Development Code Task Force, staff distributed a strategic assessment of the existing Development Code prepared by Fairfield and Woods, a law firm hired by the City to help rewrite the Code. The consultants offered a practical critique of the Code with recommendations to improve it. The Code should be simplified… Continue reading Loveland: Consultants Critique Development Code

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer, Govt Loveland

Loveland: Comp Plan Taking Shape

Recently staff provided an update for the City Council on the revisions to the comprehensive plan known as Create Loveland. The plan focuses on nine key elements, including a downtown renaissance, revitalizing older neighborhoods, existing urban centers, corridors and gateways, and transit and transportation. Each element has an array of “supporting strategies” to implement each… Continue reading Loveland: Comp Plan Taking Shape

Gov't Affairs, Govt - Northeastern Colorado

Denver Unveils Affordable Housing Plan

On October 6 the City of Denver released its five-year housing plan called Housing Denver. The document is essentially a comprehensive plan for housing. According to Mayor Michael Hancock Housing Denver is “the primary guide informing the city’s housing policies and resource allocations for the next five years.” Housing Denver will be updated annually by… Continue reading Denver Unveils Affordable Housing Plan

- IRES MLS News, Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer, Govt Loveland

City of Loveland Embarks on Comp Plan Update

The City's long-range planning guide, the Comprehensive Plan, is periodically reviewed and a major update is scheduled to be complete in 2015. Staff say that much of the 2005 Comprehensive Plan and the 2011 Implementation Plan is still relevant, so changes will focus on updating the community baseline, crafting a guiding vision, integrating land use… Continue reading City of Loveland Embarks on Comp Plan Update