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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.

Due to physical distancing requirements, all Planning Board meetings have been moved to an online platform for the foreseeable future.


NEXT PLANNING BOARD MEETING 
Thursday, September 24, 2020, beginning at 6 p.m.
VIRTUAL MEETING 

 

  1. CALL TO ORDER
  1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
  1. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
  1. DISCUSSION OF DISPOSITIONS, PLANNING BOARD CALL-UPS/CONTINUATIONS
    A. 
    CALL UP ITEM: Use Review for a medical laboratory office for urinalysis; 2850 Iris Avenue, Suite North; Medical Laboratory Use at Diagonal Plaza. The decision may be called up before Planning Board on or before September 25, 2020.

    B.  Call Up Item: SITE REVIEW: 5250 Manhattan Circle; Minor Site Review Amendment to permit a remodel of an existing retail building into a dental office subject to a 1977 Planned Unit Development application (P‑77‑7). The scope of the project includes two additions of 450 square feet on the northwest corner and south side of the building. Total square footage of the building would be 3,399 square feet. The decision may be called up before Planning Board on or before October 2, 2020.
     
  2. PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS
    A. 
    AGENDA TITLE:  Public hearing and consideration of a Site Review Amendment to the Twenty Ninth Street Shopping Center to adaptively reuse and redesign the existing Macy’s department store located at 1900 28th Street in the Business – Regional 1 (BR-1) zoning district as an office and retail building; reviewed under case no. LUR2018-00075. The proposal requires review by Planning Board because it includes a modification to the principal building height and the applicant has requested Vested Rights.
  3. MATTERS FROM THE PLANNING BOARD, PLANNING DIRECTOR, AND CITY ATTORNEY
  1. DEBRIEF MEETING/CALENDAR CHECK
  1. ADJOURNMENT

 


Video Conference Information:

The City of Boulder is committed to its core value of community safety and is proactively taking steps to limit potential social spreading of COVID-19. Because of this, this meeting will be held virtually. Any and all interested persons may:

  • Speak under public comment or observe the public hearing via video conference. The conference link is at the top of this agenda.

  • Call in to the public hearing video conference via telephone (if computer audio is not available). 

  • Submit written comments in advance of the hearing to [email protected] Please note that we currently can NOT accept mail. Only email will be received at this time.

  • Any documentary evidence will be provided to the designated secretary of the Board via email at least 48 hours prior to the beginning of the meeting. The secretary will publish the documentary evidence on the Board’s city webpage where the rest of the materials are published.

For more information, contact Cindy Spence at [email protected]

To see the approved Planning Board's Rules for Virtual Meetings, click here: Planning Board Virtual Special Meeting Procedures for All Hearings pdf

To see the approved Planning Board's Rules of Decorum for Virtual Meetings, click here: Rules of Decorum pdf


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.