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 simplifiedContinue reading “Loveland: Consultants Critique Development Code”
At an annual reception for City Council and staff, LBAR’s leadership learned Loveland is planning a major update of its zoning code following the adoption of Create Loveland, the updated comprehensive plan. The City is creating a task force to assist in designing the new code and asked LBAR to participate in that effort.
Loveland’s Current Planning Department has two major tasks remaining for 2015. The first is to define and create a permitting process for temporary uses such as fruit stands or Christmas tree lots. Believe it or not the zoning code currently does not define or regulate this type of use at all. The intent is toContinue reading “Loveland: Code Amendments in the Works”