Boulder: The Price of Development

Recently the City Council members discussed revising the City’s impact fees and excise taxes during a study session. The discussion stems from a failed ballot initiative last year that claimed development does not pay its own way. Consultants provided analysis on capital facilities impact fees, transportation impact fees, development excise taxes and the commercial linkageContinue reading “Boulder: The Price of Development”

Boulder Council Discusses Business-Related Traffic Congestion

At a recent study session the Boulder City Council discussed the impact of businesses on traffic and parking congestion as part of the ongoing effort to update the Transportation Master Plan. Boulder is a city in which 60 percent of the workforce commutes into town, mostly because of the high cost of housing. And theContinue reading “Boulder Council Discusses Business-Related Traffic Congestion”