January 11, 2023
Boulder County Planning Commission agenda for Jan. 18, 2023
In-person or virtual attendance options available
Boulder County, Colo. - The next meeting of the Boulder County Planning Commission will be Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023, beginning at 3 p.m. View the meeting agenda.
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.
Watch the Meeting
Meetings are streamed live through the county's eSCRIBE platform. The video will display on the agenda page as soon as the meeting begins. View livestream starting at 3 p.m. on Jan. 18, 2023.
Register to Participate Virtually
Only those who intend to provide public comment virtually during the public hearing portion of the meeting need to register to attend via Zoom. Register to attend. Call 303-441-3930 or email for more information.
Jan. 18 Agenda Items Include:
Adoption of Planning Commission Resolution PC-2022-02 - (for Docket BCCP-22-0001: Environmental Resources Element Maps Update and Reprint of Comprehensive Plan Maps)
No Public testimony will be taken
Action Requested: Adoption
Staff Planner: Ethan Abner
Docket RE-21-0001: Horst Estate NUPUD Replat
Public testimony will be taken.
Request: Request to replat the Horst Estate NUPUD to create a second building lot and three total lots.
Location: 2801 and 2853 N. 111th Street, Lots 1A and 2B Horst Estate Replat A, approximately .5 miles south of the intersection of Isabelle Road and N. 111th Street, in Section 27, Township 1N, Range 69W.
Zoning: Agricultural (A) Zoning District
Applicants: Mark Rockwell & Kelly Sexton
Owners: Rockton 111 LLC, Pink Peony Trust et al, Theatre Trust et al
Action Requested: Recommendation to BOCC
Staff Planner: Sam Walker
Staff reports for the public hearing agenda items are available on the respective docket webpages.
Current and recent Planning Commission agendas, minutes, and archived video recordings are available on the Planning Commission webpage.
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