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March 3, 2022

Energy Code Cohort meeting on March 14, 2022

Register to attend a public meeting from 12-1 p.m. on Monday, March 14

Boulder County, Colo. - The Boulder County region of Colorado is working together through a coordinated effort to adopt a consistent building energy code throughout the region. The Code Cohort’s (participating communities listed below) goal is to adopt a consistent base energy code throughout the region as well as strengthening amendments that support the region’s sustainability, climate, and resiliency goals.

Please join us for a webinar on Monday, March 14 from 12-1 p.m. (register to attend) where we will share the base code and strengthening amendments being considered by the Code Cohort for adoption.

After the presentation of code options, the meeting will open up for Q&A from the audience. Webinar registrants will be provided a survey after the meeting where they can share specific feedback on the proposed code options.

Code Cohort Communities:

  • Boulder County
  • Town of Erie
  • Town of Superior
  • City & County of Broomfield
  • City of Lafayette
  • City of Longmont
  • City of Louisville
  • City of Northglenn

Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) Code Cohort Public Meeting Details

Who: Builders/developers, contractors, architects, engineers, energy modelers/raters, building owners, building operators and facility managers, homeowners, community advocates.
Where: Virtual meeting, register to at
When: Monday, March 14, 2022 from 12-1 p.m.
What: Communities in the northern/northwestern metro area suburbs are in the beginning stages of updating their energy codes to the latest edition, the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code, with a goal of climate-friendly energy performance and relative consistency across the region, and would welcome community input.
Why: Public input is a critical component of developing the codes across the region that are efficient, affordable, and equitable. We want to collect feedback from the building community and general public on the code options being considered by each community.

DOLA Energy Code Cohort flyer