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City Council-Planning Board Joint Meeting: BVCP


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From press release:

The draft Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan (BVCP) 2010 Major Update is now available for review at www.bouldervalleycompplan.net; paper copies can also be obtained by calling 303-441-4293.  To learn about the various feedback opportunities, visit the draft plan website.  Comments received by Friday, April 29 will be reflected in future public hearing materials.

The draft plan is currently scheduled for consideration at the following public meetings:

  • City Council and Planning Board joint public hearing on Tuesday, May 24, 2011
  • Boulder County Planning Commission on Wednesday, July 20 at the Boulder County Court House. 1325 Pearl St.
  • Boulder County Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, July 26 at the Boulder County Court House, 1325 Pearl St.

These dates/times are subject to change.  All meetings will be posted at www.bouldervalleycompplan.net.

For more than a year, the city has been collecting community feedback for the BVCP 2010 Major Update.  The major update process happens every five years to reflect changes in circumstances and community desires.  The BVCP indicates the preferred long-term use of land in the Boulder Valley and provides guidance for zoning and development decisions.  It is adopted by four bodies: The City of Boulder Planning Board, the City Council, the County Planning Commission, and the Board of County Commissioners.

For more information, visit www.bouldervalleycompplan.net.

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