Planning Board Meeting
Planning Board meetings are generally held in Council Chambers, which is located in the Municipal Building. Always check the agenda for updates or changes to time and location.
NEXT PLANNING BOARD MEETING
Planning Board Meeting
Thursday, July 19, 2018, at 6 p.m.
1777 Broadway, Council Chambers, 2nd Floor
- Call to Order
- Approval of Minutes
The May 31, 2018 and June 7, 2018 minutes are scheduled for review.
- Public Participation
- Discussion of Dispoistions, Planning Board Call-Ups/Continuations
A. CALL UP ITEM: Minor Amendment to an Approved Site Review for a 375 square foot addition on the west side of the Dairy Center for the Arts, with a rear yard setback modification; 2590 Walnut Street, Dairy Center for the Arts Addition, LUR2018-00030.
- Public Hearing Items
A. AGENDA TITLE: Public hearing and consideration of a Use Review application (case no. LUR2018-00008) for a change in the operation of the Colorado Chautauqua Cottage 1 (aka Galey Cottage) which is part of the Chautauqua use and located near the Chautauqua Auditorium. Proposed are a small events and meeting space venue as well as a short-term rental for lodging at Chautauqua. No change to the square footage of the building is proposed. Exterior improvements and maintenance are proposed as approved through HIS2017-00369. Minor landscape changes are also proposed.
B. AGENDA TITLE: Public hearing and consideration of a recommendation to City Council on the proposed 2019-2024 Capital Improvement Program (CIP).
- Matters from the Planning Board, Planning Director, and City Attroney
- Debrief Meeting/Calendar Check
Meeting Packet: A link to the meeting packet may be found in the right sidebar for computers and below for mobile devices and tablets. Packets are posted the Friday prior to each meeting.
For more information call Cindy Spence at 303-441-1880 or email the Planning Board . Board packets are available at the Planning Department reception area, located at 1739 Broadway, third floor.
It is the City of Boulder's practice to provide more notice than is required by law whenever possible. However, this practice shall not be used to invalidate any action taken with the minimum notice required by state law.