The City Council was scheduled to consider an ordinance increasing the City’s capital expansion fees on March 21, however that discussion was postponed until May. This delay could be helpful because it gives groups like the Chamber of Commerce, which opposes the increases, more time to lobby the Council and identify allies.
On March 21 the City Council unanimously approved a new ordinance related to “home grows,” that is cultivating, producing and/or processing of marijuana for medical or recreation uses not associated with a business. The ordinance allows cultivation, production, and processing at a person’s primary residence (or an accessory structure located on the property). Renters areContinue reading “Longmont: Home Marijuana Cultivation Ordinance Adopted”
After months of outreach, the City of Fort Collins unanimously passed two short-term rental (STR) ordinances on first reading. One ordinance amends the Land Use Code and limits primary STRs (owner-occupied) units to 20 zones that allow small (six bedrooms or less) hotels or B&Bs. Non-primary (not owner occupied) STRs will be allowed 13 zonesContinue reading “Fort Collins: Short-Term Rentals Ordinance Passes First Reading”