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Large Homes and Lots Project—Impacts from Proposed City Code Changes

Large Homes and Lots Project—Impacts from Proposed City Code Changes

The City has been involved in two projects for several months that will affect multiple zoning districts citywide (See Appendix for background). There will be substantial changes to some neighborhoods as a result. The “Use Standards and [...]

Use Standards and Table Project—Impacts from Proposed City Code Changes

Use Standards and Table Project—Impacts from Proposed City Code Changes

The City has been involved in two projects for several months that will affect multiple zoning districts citywide (See Appendix for background). There will be substantial changes to some neighborhoods as a result. The “Use Standards and [...]

Does Boulder Have Too Many Jobs?

Does Boulder Have Too Many Jobs?

Does Boulder have too many jobs? If you are out of work, then Boulder needs at least one more job. If you are a commercial developer then Boulder needs as many jobs as you can convince the planning department to let you squeeze onto your particular [...]