Planning and Development Services offers online applications and processes for all services.
The City of Boulder uses the development review process to evaluate proposed developments and land uses.
Development Review application types:
In addition, Plan Case applications may include, but are not limited to:
Administrative Reviews check that proposed projects are compliant with city development standards and codes.
All proposed changes to land uses, including annexation, site review, use review and preliminary plat, require Land Use Review. If you are planning to apply for a building permit and your project falls into one of the project categories listed below, you will need to go through the land use review process before applying for a building permit.
Technical Document Review takes place near the end of the Land Use Review process and includes review and approval of the technical and final documents required before an applicant can apply for a building permit for new construction.
In addition, planned developments (generally referred to as PUDs) are a planning tool utilized by the city since the 1960s to allow for flexibility in development and design. Submit an inquiry for assistance in determining if a parcel is located within a PUD zone.
LUR and TEC Track Calendars
ADR Track Calendars
The Development Review Committee meets every two weeks to review the following types of cases:
The upcoming meeting time, place and agenda for the meeting can be accessed in PDF format below.