- Current Projects Under Review
The city evaluates and approves all proposed developments and land uses in Boulder using the Development Review process. Planning and Development Services (P&DS) separates this process into either administrative review or land use/technical document review, depending on your project type.
- Administrative Review is a non-discretionary review action by the City Manager's Office, which may not be appealed or called up for further review. Administrative Review decisions are based on the clear criteria in city codes. Examples of administrative reviews include conditional use review, parking reduction and parking deferrals.
- Land Use Review consists of the review and approval of all land use proposals, including annexation, site review, use review and preliminary plat. Learn more about the Land Use Review process.
- Inclusionary Zoning Review - All residential development, regardless of size, is subject to inclusionary zoning, which requires that at least 20 percent of the total number of housing units be made permanently affordable to low income households. Visit the Housing Division's Inclusionary Zoning page for more information.
For more information about the Development Review process and requirements, read the Review Processes (9-2) chapter of the Boulder Revised Code.
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Last Updated on Friday, 22 February 2013 10:57