- What is the Board of Adjustment?
- Is the Board of Adjustment part of the Zoning Administration?
- What are the names and phone numbers of those sitting on the Board?
- It's my property, can't I just do what I want to it?
- Can you tell me who turned me in?
- What if I have other questions about Zoning?
- How can I let the Board know my opinion about a case?
What is the Board of Adjustment?
It is an independent appeals board for the zoning enforcement division of Neighborhood Inspection Services and the Zoning Administration. It handles cases in which citizens object to Orders to Cease and Desist or Denials of permit applications, or other actions taken under the City’s Zoning Ordinance, and grants permits with Special Exception Review (ZPSE).
No. City Council decided it would be better to have reviews of Zoning actions done by a completely separate agency.
What are the names and phone numbers of those sitting on the Board?
The composition of the Board can change from year to year. The Office is not authorized to give out their personal phone numbers and it is inappropriate to contact a Board member prior to the hearing. Any concerns may be addressed to the Office staff.
The Denver Zoning Code is enacted to preserve and promote the public health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the city, and of the public generally, and to encourage and facilitate the orderly growth and expansion of the city. To this end, certain restrictions on the use of property are in place to ensure the greater community benefits
The Neighborhood Inspection Services Specialist who signed your Order may have that information, but if the complainant has asked to be anonymous, they may not be able to give the name.
This link will take you to Contact Us page for Zoning.
How can I let the Board know my opinion about a case?
You can email our office, send us a fax, send a letter, or come in person. You can find the specific contact information that you need for your preferred method under Contact BOA. Please include your name, address, date, and the address and/or case number of the property on which you wish to comment.