Boulder County Land Use Department staff has begun the process to update both the Housing and the Economics Elements of the Boulder County Comprehensive Plan (BCCP) in dockets BCCP-18-0004 and BCCP-18-0005. A series of open houses has been scheduled in November to provide information on the updates and gather community input.
For the Housing Element staff is exploring a wide range of housing-related topics, including: senior housing, ADUs, manufactured homes, residential energy efficiency, farm worker housing, preservation of housing stock, short term rentals, and the intersection between available housing, jobs, and transportation.
For the Economics Element staff is researching the potential for incorporating goals and policies on topics such as outdoor recreation, tourism, and sustaining economic viability for the county’s farmers and rural communities, among other topics.
Public Open Houses
Staff from Land Use and other Boulder County departments will be available to discuss relevant data, research materials, and priority topic areas for both the Housing and Economics Elements in a series of open houses beginning in November:
When: 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018
Where: Nederland Community Center Community Room, 750 Hwy. 72, Nederland
Share Your Thoughts
The public is encouraged to share their thoughts and ideas for both elements by attending one of the November open houses as well as by submitting written comments. An online comment submission form will be posted before the start of the November open houses.
For more information, contact Christy Wiseman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-564-2623. Additional details are available here as well.