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Planning Commission Public Meeting


Boulder County Planning Commission meetings are convened in a hybrid format where attendees can join through Zoom or participate in-person at the Downtown Boulder County Courthouse, 3rd Floor, 1325 Pearl St., Boulder.

Planning Commission Public Meeting, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 15, 2023

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View the Boulder County Planning Commission agenda, March 15, 2023

March 15, 2023 agenda items:

  1. Docket DC-22-0004: Floodplain Land Use Code Change
    Public testimony will be taken
    Text Amendments to the Land Use Code related to floodplain regulations in Article 4-400 and 4-802.
    Action Requested: Recommendation to BOCC
    Staff Planner: Kelly Watson
  2. Docket SU-22-0011: REED Vacation Rental
    Public testimony will be taken
    Request: Special Use review for a Vacation Rental on a 2.4-acre parcel located at 18651 Peak to Peak Highway.
    Location: 18651 Peak to Peak Highway (State Highway 7), located on the east side of Peak to Peak Highway, approximately 0.6 mile northwest of the intersection of State Highway 7 and State Highway 72 in Section 32, Township 3N, Range 72W.
    Zoning: Forestry (F) Zoning District
    Applicants/Owners: Deborah Schoenwald & Micci S. Reed
    Action Requested: Recommendation to BOCC
    Staff Planner: Pete L'Orange
  3. Docket SI-22-0002: CO 119 Safety and Mobility and Bikeway Projects
    Public testimony will be taken
    Request: Areas and Activities of State Interest (1041) review for combined projects along Colorado Highway 119 (CO 119) related to safety and mobility improvements and construction of a bikeway from approximately 47th Street/Foothills Parkway in the City of Boulder to milepost 54.2 in the City of Longmont.
    Location: Colorado Highway 119 (CO 119) from approximately 47th Street/Foothills Parkway, Boulder, to milepost 54.2, Longmont, in Sections 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 15, and 16 of T1N, R70W; Sections 25, 35, and 36 of T2N, R70W; and Sections 17, 19, 20, and 30 of T2N, R69W.
    Zoning: Agricultural, Rural Residential, Commercial, Light Industrial, Niwot Rural Community Districts I and II
    Applicants: Colorado Department of Transportation c/o Adnana Murtic and Boulder County Community
    Planning & Permitting c/o Stacy Proctor, and Regional Transportation District c/o Ali Imansepahi
    Action Requested: Recommendation to BOCC
    Staff Planner: Pete L'Orange
  4. Kanemoto Estates Conservation Easement Termination
    Public testimony will be taken
    Request to terminate a conservation easement pursuant to the terms of the conservation easement to allow the annexation of Kanemoto Estates into the City of Longmont for the construction of a mixed housing development.
    Action Requested: Approval
    Staff Planner: Hannah Hippely

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The Planning Commission conducts public hearings and takes action on Land Use Code Updates and Development Review dockets and advises the County Commissioners of those actions and on planning matters. The Planning Commission has statutory responsibility to make, adopt, and amend the Boulder County Comprehensive Plan. The Commission also has a role in reviewing and acting on revisions and amendments to the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan.

Event Details

Start dateMarch 15, 2023 1:30 pmEnd dateMarch 15, 2023 2:30 pmCalendarCommunity Planning & Permitting, Home Page, Planning CommissionGoogle Calendar

Organizer Details

OrganizerCommunity Planning & PermittingPhone303-441-3930Emailplanner@bouldercounty.govWebsiteCommunity Planning & Permitting Department


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