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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.
OPEN HOUSE, MONDAY, SEPT. 26 -- CU South and change requests in Boulder: On Monday, Sept. 26, from 5 to 7 p.m. there will be an open house about the change requests for 2130 and 6287 Arapahoe Ave.; 385 Broadway; 0, 693 and 695 S. Broadway; and 3485 Stanford Court. Staff also will be able to discuss CU South. The event is at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 4215 Grinnell Ave.
This event will focus on getting feedback about CU South and the listed change requests. Members of the public interested in other issues, such as the focus areas and planning scenarios, the policy update, or other land use change requests, should check the website for future engagement opportunities on those specific issues.
CU South studies: The draft site suitability report and transportation and access analysis for the CU South property are now available and will be presented to the Open Space Board of Trustees on Wednesday, Sept. 14. Learn more on the CU South page.
Public land use change requests: The draft recommendations for the four land use change requests within the City of Boulder are now available. Read the draft staff recommendations for Area 1 requests and give your feedback to the city at the open house on Sept 26.
Information from the Aug. 29 open house: Interested in learning more about the plan for the next few months of the update and ongoing work to integrate the comp plan with other city and county master plans? Take a look at the Policy Updates and Integration page to see slides from the Aug. 29 presentation and check out the informational boards and material from the event.
Still to come: For the rest of the summer and into the fall, this website will be updated with information about ways to engage, meeting dates, reports and analysis. Keep checking back or stay up to date with the weekly planning newsletter.
Boulder County Planning Commission
Wednesday, Sept. 21 ● 1:30 p.m. ● Commissioners Hearing Room, Boulder County Courthouse, 1325 Pearl St.
City of Boulder open house -- Area I land use requests and CU South
Monday, Sept. 26 ● 5 to 7 p.m. ● St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 4215 Grinnell Ave.
Boulder County Board of Commissioners
Tuesday, Sept. 27 ● 3:30 p.m. ● Commissioners Hearing Room, Boulder County Courthouse, 1325 Pearl St.
Wednesday, Sept. 28 ● Noon ● 1777 West Conference Room, Municipal Building, 1777 Broadway
City Council and Planning Board joint public hearing
Thursday, Oct. 13 ● 6 p.m. ● City Council Chambers, Municipal Building, 1777 Broadway
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.
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 the results from the survey and focus groups and summaries of the listening sessions and the Boulder 2030 kickoff on the get involved page.
Explore interactive "story maps," dig in to the community trends reports, see demographic projections, read about how Boulder's neighborhoods changed over time and watch videos on the key resources and maps page.