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 eachContinue reading “Loveland: Comp Plan Taking Shape”

Fort Collins: REALTORS Concerned About Parking Standards in TOD

For the past year the City of Fort Collins has been reviewing parking standards for the Transit Oriented Development overlay district. The overlay is designed to encourage higher levels of density and design that supports transit style developments primarily along the Mason Corridor, but does extend around CSU’s Campus. While offering support for most ofContinue reading “Fort Collins: REALTORS Concerned About Parking Standards in TOD”

Is Fort Collins Backing Off Inclusionary Zoning?

Fort Collins Board of REALTORS (FCBR) is relieved that the City has changed an agenda item scheduled for the May 27 study session from “Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance” (IZO) to “affordable housing policy study.” FCBR is under no allusion that a Citywide inclusionary zoning ordinance is no longer a possibility. Affordable housing requirements in the FoothillsContinue reading “Is Fort Collins Backing Off Inclusionary Zoning?”