Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan
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The Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan is used by the City of Boulder and Boulder County to guide long-range planning, the review of development proposals and other activities that shape the built and natural environments in the Boulder Valley. The plan helps the community create and preserve a sustainable future for the Boulder Valley and a high quality of life. Click here to view the BVCP Calendar.
NEWS & COMING UP
2016 Survey Results
The second BVCP survey results are now available, including the summary survey report , collected answers to open-ended questions and a report of unweighted responses to the survey
If you were not able to attend a Future Choices Forum, we still want to hear from you! Visit the Future Choices Forums page to review materials and submit ideas that will help inform the 2017 BVCP update draft.
Status of Land Use Change Requests
Please see the Public Change Request process page for further information on the status of the requests.
Learn more about the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan, which the City of Boulder and Boulder County use to guide long-range planning and help preserve the built and natural environments in the Boulder Valley. Read how the plan helps the community create and preserve a sustainable future and a high quality of life on the about the plan page.
Every five years, Boulder and Boulder County update the BVCP. To find out more, see the schedule and to learn about potential changes and the focus topics, go to the update page.
The Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan update is the community's chance to shape the Boulder Valley's future. Learn more about upcoming meetings, community events and ways to engage in the process, plus check out what ideas people have contributed so far on the get involved page.
In addition to input from the community, advisory boards, and decision-makers, each phase of the plan update is built on a foundation of research and analysis. Explore interactive "story maps," learn about Boulder’s subcommunities, and read up on the four main tracks of work for the BVCP update, among other content, on the key resources and maps page.